Paul Johnson Is Hospitalised After Catching COVID-19

The iconic Chicago house artist was admitted on the 18th of July and is currently in intensive care.

Paul Johnson is a legend of the Chicago house scene, and is currently in intensive care due to battling a COVID-19 infection.

News of Paul Johnson’s hospitalisation came via Instagram on Sunday the 18th of July when he posted a video from his hospital bed. Posting a couple of updates on his Instagram account, it was confirmed that his conditioned has worsened, and he was being taken to the Intensive Care Unit.

One of the posts reads: “Shits taken A TURN for the worse,” then continued “Next is to transfer me to downtown an [sic] a full throat ventilator. Meaning I will not be breathing for myself.”

The concerning news has spread across the electronic music community and some of those wishing him a speedy recovery include Cynthie, Patrick Topping, KiNK, Honey Dijon and many others.

Many are most familiar with Paul Johnson’s 1992 chart hit ‘Get Get Down’, but he is way more than just a one hit wonder, and his extensive back catalogue includes many other underground hits. Labels releasing his music include the likes of Dance Mania, Defected, and Peacefrog. He also runs his co-own the label Dust Traxx with Radek.

Here at Flow we wish Paul Johnson a strong and speedy recovery, as he is a true legend of the house music genre, and the world still needs more of his music.

H/T: DJ Mag


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