Grammy-winning singer Betty Wright dies at age 66 as a result of most cancers

by Jeremy Spirogis
Grammy-winning singer Betty Wright dies at age 66 due to cancer

  • 11 May, 2020 01:10 PM
  • London: Grammy-winning singer Betty Wright died in Miami on Sunday. He died on the age of 66. Betty Wright is greatest identified for 'Clean Up Woman' and 'Where Is the Love'. According to the media, Wright died at his dwelling in Miami. <! –

                     Steve Greenberg of S-Curve Records advised the New York Times that Wright had most cancers. Many stars are paying tribute to Wright's demise. John Legend tweeted remembering him, 'Wright at all times liked younger artists rather a lot. Always engaged in work, she will probably be missed.

    Let us know that Wright was acknowledged in 1971 by 'Clean Up Woman'. Wright was simply 17 when the tune was recorded. The tune went into the highest 10 on each the Billboard R&B and pop charts.

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