singer Tommy Page has died at the age of 46. The singer, best known for the 1990 hit-song, “I’ll Be Your Everything,” is currently believed to have taken his life. Many figures associated with Page's rather prolific career have offered their condolences.

The singer turned executive is believed to have taken his life

Page had been found dead in New York this past Friday, in what is believed to be a suicide by hanging. Police were originally unwilling to confirm a cause of death, which reportedly had later been public by friends of the late star.

Page was believed to be suffering from depression, as was alleged in a Facebook post by journalist, Michael Musto, which has since been taken down, however.

The star is survived by his husband Charlie and their three children. Tributes to Page have become prominent on social media by his surviving colleagues. Donnie Wahlberg wrote that he was a reminder of "how precious life is" despite how much the present is taken for granted. Jonathan Knight also wrote that he hoped Page's "bright soul" would “shine forever.” Danny Wood also simply shared a link to Page’s iconic song, “I’ll Be Your Everything,” on his social media account. All three had been members of the boy-band “The New Kids on the Block,” with whom he once toured.

Billboard Entertainment Group President John Amato also said in a statement that he was a “magnetic soul” and offered condolences to Page’s family.

Page had a very prolific career towards the end of his life

A native of New Jersey, Page transitioned his career from a singer to a studio executive, and was attached to such companies as Sire Records, Warner Brothers, and Reprise Records. Towards the end of his life, he had notably served as a publisher for two years for Billboard.

His final job is believed to be working at Pandora Internet Media as Head of Music Partnerships.

While working as a music executive, he is also associated with helping the careers of such stars and groups like Michael Buble, Alanis Morissette, Josh Groban, David Foster, and Green Day.

Page had continued working as a singer towards the end of his life, even releasing a CD, which featured a 2015 remix of his song, “I Break Down,” as recent as June 2016.