B. Smyth, a singer whose song "Twerkoholic" got 13 million Spotify listens, passed away today at the age of 28 from pulmonary fibrosis.

In a video statement shared on Smyth's official Instagram profile, his brother Denzil announced his demise.

Denzil captioned the photo, writing, "Today unfortunately I have to announce that my brother has died away this morning from respiratory failure after a lengthy struggle with pulmonary fibrosis."

Denzil said that his brother "asked him" to create the video as a way of saying "thank you" to his supporters.

While he was in the intensive care unit, "my brother was really happy to see a lot of people

make challenges for his newest released track #Twerkoholic part 2; it truly gave a big grin to his face.

The singer, who was born Brandon Smith, started his career as a YouTube sensation by posting his covers of popular songs on the platform.

His 2012 debut song, "Leggo," which featured 2 Chainz, reached its highest position on the Hot R&B Songs list at number twelve.

In 2014, he released the tune "Twerkoholic," which has received more than 13 million Spotify plays.

He also worked on 2013's "Win Win" alongside Future.