Being a singer is a way for me to get to a platform to do more.
To me, this degree was an acknowledgment of my work in music.
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|Birth:||23rd March, 1953|
Chaka Khan was born in Chicago, Illinois. She is an American singer-songwriter. Often dubbed the "Queen of Funk", Khan has won ten Grammys and has sold an estimated 70 million records worldwide. In 1978, Warner Bros. Records released Khan's solo debut album, which featured the crossover disco hit, "I'm Every Woman", written for her by songwriters Ashford & Simpson. The success of the single helped the album go platinum, selling over a million copies. Khan also was a featured performer on Quincy Jones' hit, "Stuff Like That", also released in 1978. Khan released two albums in 1981, the Rufus release, Camouflage and the solo album What Cha' Gonna Do for Me. In 1982, Khan issued two more solo albums, the jazz-oriented Echoes of an Era and a more funk/pop-oriented self-titled album Chaka Khan. In 1984, Khan released her sixth studio album, I Feel for You. The title track was the first single released.
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