Grammy winner Natalie Cole dies at 65 in Los Angeles

Grammy winner Natalie Cole dies at 65 in Los Angeles
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Grammy-winning singer Natalie Cole, whose biggest hit came in a virtual duet with her late father, pop legend Nat King Cole, of his decades-old hit "Unforgettable," has died at the age of 65


Grammy award winning singer Natalie Cole has died at the age of 65 in Los Angeles.


— Indiana Black Expo (@INBlackExpoInc) January 1, 2016

Natalie Cole recorded the duet ‘Unforgettable’ with her father Nat ‘King’ Cole.

It's sad starting this #NewYearsDay with #NatilieCole gone. She was truly unforgettable in every way. #RIPNatalie

— Justina Bonilla (@AllAboutALaugh) January 1, 2016

The singer had recently cancelled a number of performances due to ill health.

She rose to fame in 1975 with the album ‘Inseparable.’

The song ‘This Will Be’ was a big chart hit and led to her being honored with a Grammy for the best female R&B performance, she also picked up another Grammy as best new artist.

A string of hits followed, but in the 1980’s she suffered from drug related issues resulting in hepatitis and an eventual kidney transplant in 2009.

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