Nigerian pop artist Goldie Harvey is dead at 31, according to announcements on the singer's Facebook page.
Her death came Thursday following her trip to Los Angeles for the Grammys. Upon her return, Harvey reportedly complained of a severe headache and was rushed to a hospital in Lagos, Nigeria, where she was later pronounced dead.
"With a deep sense of loss, we announce the shocking death of our darling music star, Goldie Harvey," said Kenny Ogungbe, head of Kennis Music, Harvey's record label, in a statement.
Harvey, born Susan Filani, attended the American music ceremony despite no nomination at the awards. There, she was spotted with R&B singer Ciara at a pre-event party.
Harvey is also known in her home continent for her appearance on "Big Brother Africa" in 2012, on which she stirred controversy for coming off as too Western to many Nigerians.
On the show, she met Kenyan rapper Prezzo, a musician with whom she had a relationship. Prezzo was on his way to Nigeria to meet with the singer prior to her death.
According to her website, Harvey had won numerous awards in Africa, most recently a special recognition at the Top Naija Music Awards. She was working on a new record, "The Africa Invasion Album."
She is survived by her father, step-mother and numerous siblings.