Aretha Franklin - Nobody like you

Aretha Franklin - Nobody like you

Aretha Franklin - Nobody like you

The 10-minute tribute video, released by Fox News, contained an image of another singer, Patti LaBelle, who hails from the same generation as Franklin. "I remember her with the red hair, shoulder-length hair ... she had this white midriff [top], this white skirt, and there she was, Miss Aretha Franklin". "I was able to feel her pulse, which was strong". Her pulse told me that she was not in surrender mode.

Franklin never at any point in her career lost the ability to give incandescent concert performances, but that's not to say that you could rely on her - her shows could be unpredictably listless or disorganized or sullen.

In any case, his comments were seen as somewhat disparaging and pretty disrespectful.

Before the time of Franklin, Ray Charles, and Motown icons like The Temptations, Marvin Gaye, and The Supremes, music remained mainly segregated.

"I mean, Aretha Franklin called me".

Franklin, famously known as the Queen of Soul, died Thursday at age 76 from advanced pancreatic cancer. Her 1978 Almighty Fire album was as close as she got, and sadly underperformed commercially, which is a shame as much it was laden with funk as on the title track.

"America has no royalty", former president and first lady Barack and Michelle Obama said in a statement shortly after the sad news broke. She helped us feel more connected to each other, more hopeful, more human. Her voice and charisma forever changed the way we listen to music.

USA singer Janelle Monae shared a photo of her and Franklin on social media, describing her as a "genius that walked this Earth".

We sincerely apologize to Aretha Franklin's family and friends.

She continued: "She was a BLACK WOMAN". She LAID THE FOUNDATION and her name was QUEEN ARETHA FRANKLIN.

Fox News had to apologize for an embarrassing mistake in its tribute to the late Aretha Franklin.

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