Authorities want to know who prescribed the "Purple Rain" singer the pain meds that might have killed him.
Philadelphia-born soul singer Billy Paul, the man responsible for the 1972 hit song "Me and Mrs. Jones," died Sunday at his Blackwood, New Jersey home, his manager confirmed.
Since 1978, he's released over 30 albums, dozens of hit singles and movies, on top of sold out concert venues from his Minneapolis hometown to Japan. With such a vast catalog, picking ten of his best songs is no easy task.
Natalie Cole, legendary R&B singer and daughter of Nat King Cole, died at a Los Angeles hospital on New Years Day.
Singer William Guest, an original member of Gladys Knight and The Pips, died of congestive heart failure on Christmas Eve
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