He attended South High School. Antwan was a lyricist and positive rapper. He traveled extensively with several bands. He enjoyed traveling, fitness, nutrition, and laughter.
He leaves to mourn his two children Arin Levy of South Carolina and Ahyla Rose Daye of Ogden Utah, one grandchild; Joshua Levy; 8 siblings, Floyd Daye of Fresno California, Cornell Daye of Benton Harbor, MI, Shantel Daye of Ogden Utah, Sekenah (Jesse) Daye Tennison of Saint Joseph, MI, Tamika Irby of Chesapeake, Va., Duwan Irby of Austin, Texas, Sherika Irby of Youngstown and Tiffany Irby of Elyria; parents Tommy Lee Brown of Youngstown, OH and Pearlene Daye of Saint Joseph, MI; 8 siblings, Floyd Daye of Fresno California, Cornell Daye of Benton Harbor, MI, Shantel Daye of Ogden Utah,Tamika Irby of Chesapeake, Va., Duwan Irby of Austin, Texas, Sherika Irby of Youngstown and Tiffany Irby of Elyria; grandparents Matthew and Mary F. Tidmore Brown and a hosts uncles, aunts, nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.
He was preceded in death by grandparents, Fred and Ruby Daye. Services will be 11 a.m. Friday, March 6, 2020, at Temple Emmanuel Seventh Day Adventist Church in Youngstown, OH. Calling hours will be 10 to 11 a.m. at the church. Arrangements are entrusted to F. D. Mason Funeral Home.
Antwan was a warm, compassionate, and lively person. He hated to see anybody sad and went out of his way to cheer him or her up. He often expressed deep concern for suffering in the world and black communities. He had a strong desire to improve himself and the world through messages of hope and understanding. Antwan was really into fashion and had a very distinguished style.