Former “America’s Got Talent” finalist Zuri Craig has passed away. He was 44 years old.

Although the specifics have not been made public, it has been confirmed that he passed away on Oct. 21.

“It is with profound sadness that we announce the transition of our beloved son, brother and friend, Zuri Craig,” his family posted on Instagram.

“We thank you in advance for your prayers. Please honor our privacy at this unimaginable time of mourning.”

Craig performed in the Craig Lewis Band with Jeffrey Lewis as his singing partner.

The duo placed fifth in 2015 after performing cover versions of songs by James Brown and Mary J. Blige on Season 10 of the NBC competition series.

Tyler Perry and Craig worked together on the following films: “Madea’s Big Happy Family,” “Madea Gets a Job,” and “A Madea Christmas.”

In 2010, the Craig Lewis Band made an appearance on Oprah Winfrey’s talk show. They also had a guest spot on “The Mo’Nique Show” in 2011.

Craig was set to produce a live-action production of “Soul Food Live” in Atlanta, which will begin in November.

Fans left their condolences for Craig on his social media page, one person wrote: “My condolences to his family and friends and Tyler Perry😢.”

“Deepest condolences and Prayers To Family and Friends R.I.P. 🕊Zuri,” another fan said.

“Words cannot say enough. 😢 Our condolences to the family,” another person wrote.

One person posted: “Condolences to the family and loved ones of thee amazing talented musical brother Zuri 👑💚🎶🕊.”