Cat Janice, Singer of “Dance You Outta My Head” Died Of Cancer

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Cat Janice, the singer of viral song “Dance you outta of my head” which was dedicated to her 7 years old son, has given the ghost on Wednesday after years of battling with chronic cancer.

According to reports from the family, Janice had sarcoma, a very aggressive form of cancer and has battled with it over time. She was in hospice care in her childhood home when she died on Wednesday morning, surrounded by family members.

Ipsan, Janice’s brother narrated that she died in peace, knowing that her song which she released January and knew would be probably her last song had gone viral and fulfilled the aim of releasing it, as it was dedicated to her 7 years old son, and knowing that the song will continue to provide for him.

Cat Janice and Son | CenzoNaja

He also revealed that more of Cat Janice songs will be released in the future, including a lullaby sang for her son.

Janice’s song “Dance You Outta My Head,” was released Jan. 19th and reached No. 1 on the TikTok Billboard Top 50 and made its way into the top 10 on Billboard’s Hot Dance/Electronic Songs chart. And on Spotify, the song has been streamed more than 12.8 million times worldwide.

The family, in an Instagram post sent their heartfelt appreciation to Janice’s fans for their support. The statement reads

“We are eternally thankful for the outpouring of love that Catherine and our family have received over the past few months, Cat saw her music go places she never expected and rests in the peace of knowing that she will continue to provide for her son through her music. This would not have been possible without all of you.”

The outpouring of support began when she teased the song in a TikTok video in early January, in which she shared the news that, after a hard fight, “cancer has won.” She asked viewers to pre-save her final song, announcing that all proceeds from it would go to her 7-year-old son.

“I’m crawling to my radiation so I can buy myself some time so I can see this song released,” she wrote in another TikTok update days before the release. “I changed all the rights of my songs to my son so I can leave him behind something. I don’t have much.”

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