The top music charts news was all over the world and it has saddened millions of music enthusiasts and fans.
Donna Summer died after a battle with cancer. Her silent death at her Florida home was private and many close friends were even surprise of this ongoing challenge lung cancer not related to smoking. She believed that she contracted the illness by inhaling toxic particles following the 9/11 terrorist attacks in New York
She was apparently trying to keep the extent of her illness under wraps and friends who recently saw her all claim that she didn’t seem too bad at all. Looks can really be deceiving because rumors say that she was focused on trying to finish up an album that she was working on. It was reported that she was 63 years old.
Donna Summer died with such a strong legacy that for sure, she will never be forgotten. She has placed an eternal mark on the music industry and will be forever cherished and remembered.
The top music charts artist’s name means being a 5-time Grammy winner who was rose to fame in the ‘70s with her iconic hits like “Last Dance,” “Hot Stuff,” and “Bad Girls.” She was the Queen of Disco and she was simply amazing both loved by fellow artists and fans.
Her dominance continued to prevail in the ‘80s with “She Works Hard for the Money” and “This Time I Know It’s for Real.”
She was the exact definition of the dance music era of the ‘70s and was a great influence to the entry of Duran Duran and David Bowie to the genre.
Summer was the very first artist to have three consecutive double albums reach top music charts on the U.S. Billboard chart. She also charted four number one singles in the US within a 13-month period.
Not only is her music known but also her amazing and amiable personality. She didn’t flaunt her superstar and celebrity status and just kept it low and private. Sharing her music was more than enough and it was such beautiful music that she shared.
Married to the Brooklyn Dreams singer Bruce Sudann back in the 1980, they were gifted with two daughters together who share their mother’s smiling and all positive outlook and persona.
Donna Summer died with so much love and dedication around her. Survived by her husband, fellow music artists have expressed their sympathies, condolences and thanks to Summer being a great influence that she was not only in the music industry but also to individual artists.
Thanks Donna and thank you for the disco music.