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Aretha Franklin muere a los 76 años la reina del soul Repost from @blackexcellenceposts using @RepostRegramApp - Aretha Franklin, universally acclaimed as the “Queen of Soul” and one of America’s greatest singers in any style, died on Thursday at her home in Detroit. She was 76. The cause was advanced pancreatic cancer, her publicist, Gwendolyn Quinn, said. In her indelible late-1960s hits, Ms. Franklin brought the righteous fervor of gospel music to secular songs that were about much more than romance. Hits like “Do Right Woman — Do Right Man,” “Think,” “(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman” and “Chain of Fools” defined a modern female archetype: sensual and strong, long-suffering but ultimately indomitable, loving but not to be taken for granted. When Ms. Franklin sang “Respect,” the Otis Redding song that became her signature, it was never just about how a woman wanted to be greeted by a spouse coming home from work. It was a demand for equality and freedom and a harbinger of feminism, carried by a voice that would accept nothing less. Aretha Franklin, the self-taught piano prodigy, vocalist and songwriter who conquered the charts in the late ’60s and never relinquished her throne. R E S P E C T 🙏🏿❤️ Via: @People #blackexcellence #blackculture #blackqueens #blackartists
💥 One of THE most memorable theme songs of the 80s-90s 💥 #Repost @thefilmculture ・・・ Thank you Aretha Franklin for giving us one of the greatest intros of all time! May you Rest In Peace. 🙏🏾✨❤️🌍 cc: @dawnn_lewis @iamcreesummer @darrylmbell @iamjasmineguy @therealdebbieallen @kahmoshun @jadapinkettsmith#TheFilmCulture #ArethaFranklin #ADifferentWorld #SusanFales #DebbieAllen #College #JasmineGuy #DwayneWayne #RonJohnson #FreddieBrooks #Spelman #Morehouse #CAU #Howard #Culture #BlackCulture #BlackHollywood #BlackCollege
Aretha's music was the songtrack for the lives of countless Americans and her artistry has influenced generations of artist. Our Queen of Soul. R.I.P #The Queen of Soul #blackexcellence #masterly #blackculture #blackisbeautiful #americangrammyawardwinner #gospelmusic #r &bmusic #singersongwriter
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Listening to Aretha Franklin playlist while making lunch. She came from a era of iconic stars. Which is something we seldom see in our artist today. True talent 🙏🏾 #arethafranklin
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Thank you Aretha Franklin. You’ve impacted so many generations. You’ve influenced and been a blue print for every singer in every genre and every Christian creative entering into the main stream world. Rest In Peace. #ArethaFranklin #ADifferentWorld #Spelman #Morehouse #CAU #Howard #Culture #BlackCulture #BlackHollywood #BlackCollege #hbcu
Regrann from @thequeenvi_ - Rest in Peace To The Queen of Soul #RipArethaFranklin #RIP #Respect R-E-S-P-E-C-T
#Repost @blackexcellenceposts with @get_repost ・・・ Aretha Franklin, universally acclaimed as the “Queen of Soul” and one of America’s greatest singers in any style, died on Thursday at her home in Detroit. She was 76. The cause was advanced pancreatic cancer, her publicist, Gwendolyn Quinn, said. In her indelible late-1960s hits, Ms. Franklin brought the righteous fervor of gospel music to secular songs that were about much more than romance. Hits like “Do Right Woman — Do Right Man,” “Think,” “(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman” and “Chain of Fools” defined a modern female archetype: sensual and strong, long-suffering but ultimately indomitable, loving but not to be taken for granted. When Ms. Franklin sang “Respect,” the Otis Redding song that became her signature, it was never just about how a woman wanted to be greeted by a spouse coming home from work. It was a demand for equality and freedom and a harbinger of feminism, carried by a voice that would accept nothing less. Aretha Franklin, the self-taught piano prodigy, vocalist and songwriter who conquered the charts in the late ’60s and never relinquished her throne. R E S P E C T 🙏🏿❤️ Via: @People #blackexcellence #blackculture #blackqueens #blackartists
Rest in Peace To The Queen of Soul #RipArethaFranklin #RIP #Respect R-E-S-P-E-C-T
Aretha Franklin passed away today at 76 years old. She left this life as an exemple of resiliance, talent, courage and beauty. Every women mostly the black ones should keep in mind that even though life is not always fair to us we have to fight for our dreams, no excuses we all can achieve our dreams ... Au revoir my black queen #arethafranklin _____________________________ #blackqueen #blackwomenrocks #blackmusic #blackculture #internationalartist #woman #astridartagent
place me in front of a mirror and play "rock steady" and your life will be forever changed... just sayin'. sleep peacefully #arethafranklin 💙 ___________________________________________ #art #artist #soul #fortheculture #blackculture #artprints #music #supportblackart #afros #buyblack #rocksteady #blackgirlmagic #artbyzinzani #empower #blackart #fineart #queenofsoul #painter #draw #riparethafranklin #blackwomen #blackqueen #blackart #melanin #melaninqueen
Aretha Franklin, universally acclaimed as the “Queen of Soul” and one of America’s greatest singers in any style, died on Thursday at her home in Detroit. She was 76. The cause was advanced pancreatic cancer, her publicist, Gwendolyn Quinn, said. In her indelible late-1960s hits, Ms. Franklin brought the righteous fervor of gospel music to secular songs that were about much more than romance. Hits like “Do Right Woman — Do Right Man,” “Think,” “(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman” and “Chain of Fools” defined a modern female archetype: sensual and strong, long-suffering but ultimately indomitable, loving but not to be taken for granted. When Ms. Franklin sang “Respect,” the Otis Redding song that became her signature, it was never just about how a woman wanted to be greeted by a spouse coming home from work. It was a demand for equality and freedom and a harbinger of feminism, carried by a voice that would accept nothing less. Aretha Franklin, the self-taught piano prodigy, vocalist and songwriter who conquered the charts in the late ’60s and never relinquished her throne. #Repost @blackexcellenceposts (@get_repost ) R E S P E C T 🙏🏿❤️ Via: @People #blackexcellence #blackculture #blackqueens #blackartists
RESPECT 🙏🏾Aretha Franklin, universally acclaimed as the “QUEEN OF SOUL” and one of America’s greatest singers in any style, died on Thursday at her home in Detroit. She was 76. The cause was advanced pancreatic cancer, her publicist, Gwendolyn Quinn, said. In her indelible late-1960s hits, Ms. Franklin brought the righteous fervor of gospel music to secular songs that were about much more than romance. Hits like “Do Right Woman — Do Right Man,” “Think,” “(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman” and “Chain of Fools” defined a modern female archetype: sensual and strong, long-suffering but ultimately indomitable, loving but not to be taken for granted. When Ms. Franklin sang “Respect,” the Otis Redding song that became her signature, it was never just about how a woman wanted to be greeted by a spouse coming home from work. It was a demand for equality and freedom and a harbinger of feminism, carried by a voice that would accept nothing less. Aretha Franklin, the self-taught piano prodigy, vocalist and songwriter who conquered the charts in the late ’60s and never relinquished her throne. R E S P E C T 🙏🏾❤️ Via: @People #blackexcellence #blackculture #blackqueens #blackartists
Always put your best foot forward no matter what path you choose to take in life or your current situation is less than appealing. - Our actions define us as people and represent our parents, communities, our children, and groom the future. — One love 👊🏾 - - - - - #doyourbest #youngbrother #blackboy #blackboyjoy #blackwomen #blackmen #black #urban #street #hiphop #melanin #blackgirlmagic #minorities #minority #50shades #theblackmancan #motivation #instagram #blackculture #blackvoices #urbanamericana #thisisamerica #itsyourlife
Y’all already know every #HBCU marching band will be performing all of #ArethaFranklin greatest hits at homecoming this year, especially #FAMU ! #BlackExcellence #BlackCulture #ADifferentWorld #BlackIsBeautiful #MelaninIsMagic #TheBlackMind #BlackHistory #HBCU #BlackPower #WakandaForever #TheQueenOfSoul 👩🏾📚🌍🎓🍫👑✨😍💯🔥👏🏾🙅🏾‍♀️🐍🍊 📷:
Y’all already know every #HBCU marching band will be performing all of #ArethaFranklin greatest hits at homecoming this year, especially #FAMU ! #BlackExcellence #BlackCulture #ADifferentWorld #BlackIsBeautiful #MelaninIsMagic #TheBlackMind #BlackHistory #HBCU #BlackPower #WakandaForever #TheQueenOfSoul 👩🏾📚🌍🎓🍫👑✨😍💯🔥👏🏾🙅🏾‍♀️🐍🍊 📷:
Y’all already know every #HBCU marching band will be performing all of #ArethaFranklin greatest hits at homecoming this year, especially #FAMU ! #BlackExcellence #BlackCulture #ADifferentWorld #BlackIsBeautiful #MelaninIsMagic #TheBlackMind #BlackHistory #HBCU #BlackPower #WakandaForever #TheQueenOfSoul 👩🏾📚🌍🎓🍫👑✨😍💯🔥👏🏾🙅🏾‍♀️🐍🍊 📷:
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You may have been a victim of my vicious double taps all through your page. I dont do well with rules.(you liked a pic from last year🙃🤭!) If the pictures up ima like the shit if I like it. Lol idc how old it is. All jokes aside I come here to share, laugh, learn and that's generally it. From time to time @Instagram will finally show me a picture I havent seen and I remember the algorithm thing. Anyway, be free & dance all through my page however you see fit. Just be kind and respectful to others or you might get your feelings hurt🤷🏿‍♂️ . . . Regrann from @bfnkrumah - @instagram this crazy. Then if someone post a 10 pic slide, y’all show me all 10 pics individually. #blackculture #BlackPride #africa #blackexcellence #melanin #BlackWomen #ProBlack #blackpower #BlackFamilies #blackmen #blackman #blacklove #melaninpower #unapologeticallyafrican #blackgirlmagic #love #unapologeticallyblack #afro #racefirst #blackauthors #reading #BlackNationalism #PanAfricanism #PanAfrican #BlackEmpowerment #AfricanEmpowerment #liberation #blacknation
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Aretha!!!! The Queen has journeyed to her Queendom. Rest in Light! We were blessed to be blessed by you. #arethafranklin #queen #queenofsoul #rip #ase #gospel #blackculture
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• • • #restpeacefully #arethafranklin Aretha Franklin, universally acclaimed as the “Queen of Soul” and one of America’s greatest singers in any style, died on Thursday at her home in Detroit. She was 76. The cause was advanced pancreatic cancer, her publicist, Gwendolyn Quinn, said. In her indelible late-1960s hits, Ms. Franklin brought the righteous fervor of gospel music to secular songs that were about much more than romance. Hits like “Do Right Woman — Do Right Man,” “Think,” “(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman” and “Chain of Fools” defined a modern female archetype: sensual and strong, long-suffering but ultimately indomitable, loving but not to be taken for granted. When Ms. Franklin sang “Respect,” the Otis Redding song that became her signature, it was never just about how a woman wanted to be greeted by a spouse coming home from work. It was a demand for equality and freedom and a harbinger of feminism, carried by a voice that would accept nothing less. Aretha Franklin, the self-taught piano prodigy, vocalist and songwriter who conquered the charts in the late ’60s and never relinquished her throne. R E S P E C T 🙏🏿❤️ Via: @People #blackexcellence #blackculture #blackqueens #blackartists
*knock-knock* Just here to remind you that @blkfrosh is less than a month away now. Hate to remind you that, yes, that also means summer vacation is almost over for the students in the game. But it's all good 'cause #wegotchu ✊ Register NOW to join the only frosh that counts - exclusive to #blackstudents and created BY US, FOR US. • • • • • • • • #BLKFROSH #ForTheCulture #dontplayyourself #registerNOW #backtoschool #blacktoschool #orientationweek #frosh #froshweek #byblacks #blackstudents #blackunilife #blackcollegelife #blackculture #blackexcellence #blackmagic #blacklife #blacklove #blackottawa #blackcanada #blacklikeme #blacklikeyou #blacklikeus #uOttawa #CarletonU #AlgonquinCollege #thoughtfulthursday
Thiiiiiiiiiisssss. All facts. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ From the book, “Respect: The Life of Aretha Franklin” by David Ritz [ 2014 ] ✨ Repost via @_ladygoodman ✨ - - - - - - #aretha #arethafranklin #queenofsoul #diva #queen #queenaretha #auntiearetha #auntie #yassqueen #soul #issaclassic #throwback #classic #oldschool #naturalwoman #blackgirlmagic #blackicon #lyricsmatter #blackculture #blackculturematters #mood #drfeelgood #reeree #callme #billypreston #davidritz
Rest in Power #ArethaFranklin #QueenOfSoul @realnegus804 Queen: thank you for blessing us with your presence, talents, and spirit. #RIPArethaFranklin @angelarye As one of the most dynamic vocalists in American history, people forget that Aretha was an expert musician. She was a child prodigy on the piano and wrote and composed hundreds and hundreds of her own songs. She was brilliant. @shaunking #BlackGirlMagic #BlackExcellence #BlackVoices #BlackPower #BlackPride #BlackUnity #BlackHeritage #BlackLove #BlackCulture #BlackKnowledge #BlackConciousness #BlackStruggle
🇺🇸We will never forget you, QUEEN OF SOUL! We love you, rest in power. Art by 🇿🇼 Zimbabwean painter: OTIS PORRITT #arethafranklin #love #soul #blackicon #blackgirlmagic #queenofsoul #blackculture #wakandaforever #RESPECT
Aretha Franklin, the queen of soul, has passed away at 76. This is a devastating loss and is one of the greatest black singers of all time. She will be loved, forever remembered , and always missed . #arethafranklin #death #blackpeople #blackexellence #blackcommunity #blackculture #culture #blacklivesmatter
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#PressPlay : I definitely could not cross this bridge! 😩 What about y’all?! Crossing or Staying Still.
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