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Toots & the Maytals Frontman Toots Hibbert Dies at 77

Toots & The Maytals founder and Reggae icon Frederick “Toots” Hibbert has died at the age of 77, after battling the last few weeks in a Jamaican intensive care unit.
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Aretha L. Franklin Memorial Highway Dedicated In Detroit

Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan says, “anybody who passes through this city, no matter how briefly, is going to be reminded that the queen of soul came from the city of Detroit.”
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Bob Marley's Family Releasing New Version of 'One Love' for UNICEF

All proceeds will go directly to Reimagine, UNICEF’s campaign to help kids whose lives have been upended by effects of the coronavirus, such as school closings, food shortages, and disruptions to medical supply chains.
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Prince’s Entire Catalog Is Now Available on Tiktok

The popular social media video app struck a deal with the Prince estate to bring his entire catalog to their service. As one of the most popular apps amongst younger users, TikTok hopes to introduce his music to a new generation.
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The Dalai Lama Is Releasing His First Album

The Dalai Lama is commemorating his 85th birthday with a new musical endeavor that is the epitome of inner peace. The Dalai Lama’s first album, ‘Inner World,’ is an LP of his teachings and paired with musical accompaniment.
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11 of Little Richard’s Biggest Hit Songs

While the world is mourning the loss of rock and roll pioneer Little Richard, his music lives on as a testament to his enduring talent and legacy.
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Little Richard Dies at 87

Little Richard, a founding father and pioneer of rock and roll, has died. He was 87. His biggest hits include “Tutti Frutti,” “Long Tall Sally,” and “Lucille. Read more now.
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Bill Withers Dies at Age 81

GRAMMY-winning singer Bill Withers has died at the age of 81. The “Just the Two of Us” star passed away on Monday in Los Angeles, according to a statement released from his family.
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Happy Birthday, Aretha Franklin! Revisit Her Five Biggest Songs of All Time

For forty years, Aretha Franklin was the reigning Queen of the charts with seventy-three Hot 100 entries and seventeen top ten hits. But can you name her 5 biggest of all time?
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Lionel Richie Wants to Bring Back 'We Are the World' for Coronavirus Fight

In 1985, Lionel Richie and Michael Jackson brought together dozens of major artists to record a song they had written for famine relief in Africa. 35 years later, “We Are the World” is hitting home again for Richie amid the Coronavirus outbreak.
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