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A popular 103 Jamz DJ has died.

Lawrence “Cool DJ Law” Brown, who also worked as a programming director, died Sunday, according to the 103 Jamz website. He was 40.

The announcement was made on the radio, 102.9 FM, Sunday evening about 4:45 p.m. He died of a heart attack, according to a statement from the station cited by WVEC.com.

Brown, with Horace “Big B” Belcher, hosted the “Boodah Brother Morning Show.” The two had been working together at 103 Jamz since 1992, but became friends when they were third graders in Fayetteville, N.C.

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