Song Stuck in Our Heads Today: Rufus featuring Chaka Khan’s “Sweet Thing” (1975)
“Sweet Thing” appears on Rufus featuring Chaka Khan’s eponymous 1975 album ‘Rufus featuring Chaka Khan Song Stuck in Our Heads Today: Rufus featuring Chaka Khan’s “Sweet Thing” (1975) ARTIST: Rufus featuring Chaka Khan TITLE: “Sweet Thing” ALBUM: Rufus featuring Chaka Khan (1975) WATCH/LISTEN: Chaka Khan
Song Stuck in Our Heads Today: Chaka Khan’s “I’m Every Woman” (1978)
ARTIST: Chaka Khan TITLE: “I’m Every Woman” ALBUM: Chaka (1978) BUY: Amazon | iTunes WATCH/LISTEN: Song Stuck in Our Heads Today: Chaka Khan’s “I’m Every Woman” (1978) “I'm Every Woman” appears on Chaka Khan’s 1978 debut solo album ‘Chaka Chaka Khan
Song Stuck in Our Heads Today: Whitney Houston’s Cover of Chaka Khan’s “I’m Every Woman” (1992)
ARTIST: Whitney Houston TITLE: “I’m Every Woman” (cover of Chaka Khan’s original song) ALBUM: The Bodyguard Soundtrack (1992) WATCH/LISTEN: Song Stuck in Our Heads Today: Whitney Houston’s Cover of Chaka Khan’s “I’m Every Woman” (1992) Whitney Houston's cover of Chaka Khan's “I'm Every Woman” appears on 'The Bodyguard' Soundtrack (1992)
READERS’ POLL RESULTS: Your Favorite Chaka Khan Album of All Time Revealed
Chaka Khan has crafted many classic albums, but which one is YOUR favorite? % of total) | Buy #5 | The Woman I Am | 1992 | 174 votes (9% of total) | Buy #6 | Chaka Khan | 1982 | Echoes of an Era | 1982 | 7 votes (<1% of total) | Buy EXPLORE Chaka Khan’s discography via Amazon | iTunes READ MORE About Chaka Khan here VIEW Previous Readers’ Polls here Many thanks to everyone who recently voted for their favorite Chaka Khan album as part of READERS’ POLL RESULTS: Your Favorite Chaka Khan Album of All Time Revealed Chaka Khan
TRIBUTE: Celebrating 35 Years of Chaka Khan’s Eponymous 1982 Album ‘Chaka Khan
released November 17, 1982. Vocalist Chaka Khan (born Yvette Stevens) first came to prominence as the Happy 35th Anniversary to Chaka Khan’s eponymous fourth solo studio album Chaka Khan, originally Every Woman,” the LP evinced that Khan had the goods sans Rufus. But Chaka also introduced a new artistic union did not equate to major crossover clout for Khan’s two post-Chaka follow-ups: Naughty Chaka Khan’ is a testament to its creator’s inventive concentration and a glorious bridge between the “old” and (then) “new” elements in black music. jams linger long past its conclusion. BUY Chaka Khan’s Chaka Khan via Amazon | iTunes LISTEN: TRIBUTE: Celebrating 35 Years of Chaka Khan’s Eponymous 1982 Album ‘Chaka Khan Chaka Khan
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of his original fare (Chaka Khan, Lianne La Havas, Darren Hayes), and providing more general coverage of Prince here WATCH: Sheila E. | “The Glamorous Life” Chaka Khan | “I Feel for You” Madonna
NEW MUSIC WE LOVE: Chaka Khan’s “Like Sugar”
NEW MUSIC WE LOVE: Chaka Khan’s “Like Sugar” and do best. Fortunately, the legendary Chaka Khan’s newest collaboration with former Major Lazer Artist: Chaka Khan Song: “Like Sugar” Album: Title TBD (Release Date TBD) Most seasoned acts tread Chaka Khan
Happy Birthday to Chaka Khan, Born March 23, 1953
decade, she established the Chaka Khan Foundation, which provides education programs to at-risk the trial and testified on her son's behalf. He was found not guilty in 2006. In 2008, Chaka Khan made Please join the Albumism team in celebrating Chaka Khan’s musical legacy and share your personal memories of her with us. Rufus featuring Chaka Khan and then Rufus & Chaka Khan, continued to have a number of successes children and helps low-income families with autistic children. In 2002, Chaka Khan scored her eighth Grammy Happy Birthday to Chaka Khan, Born March 23, 1953 Please join the Albumism team in celebrating Chaka Khan’s musical legacy and share your personal Chaka Khan
Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Reveals List of Nominees for Class of 2018
featuring Chaka Khan (2012), Link Wray (2014), and The Zombies (2014, 2017). The 33rd Annual Rock
50 Greatest Live Albums of All Time: Erykah Badu’s ‘Live’ (1997)
success and reveals the artists she admires and is influenced by. Chaka Khan’s “Stay” and Roy Ayers
TRIBUTE: Celebrating 40 Years of Rufus Featuring Chaka Khan’s ‘Ask Rufus’
vivacious lead singer, Yvette Marie Stevens (known universally as Chaka Khan), possessed a complex for not only Rufus & Chaka Khan, but for the Black pop landscape as well. By the mid-1970s, an TRIBUTE: Celebrating 40 Years of Rufus Featuring Chaka Khan’s ‘Ask Rufus’ eponymous fourth release, 1975’s Rufus Featuring Chaka Khan, as its keyed quiet storm staple “Sweet Thing Happy 40th Anniversary to Rufus featuring Chaka Khan’s Ask Rufus, originally released January 19 1975’s Rufus Featuring Chaka Khan, were coherent juggernauts that impressively captured the band Chaka Khan
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superstar with performances from Stevie Wonder, Christina Aguilera, John Mayer, Anita Baker, Chaka Khan, and
TRIBUTE: Celebrating 40 Years of Rufus & Chaka Khan’s ‘Street Player’
frontwoman, Chaka Khan, doused sass and sensuality into the band’s thrilling sound with her blistering can succeed, or fall short of the mark altogether. Thankfully, Rufus and Chaka Khan pursued something . Rufus and Chaka Khan reached a mighty stump in following up 1977’s ambitious Ask Rufus, but they came Happy 40th Anniversary to Rufus & Chaka Khan’s Street Player, originally released January 17, 1978 TRIBUTE: Celebrating 40 Years of Rufus & Chaka Khan’s ‘Street Player’ Chaka Khan
ALBUM REVIEW: Mavis Staples Embodies Red, White & Blue Courage on ‘If All I Was Was Black’
Very few bona fide female soul singers are still around. Gladys Knight, Aretha Franklin, Chaka Khan, Roberta
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Soul Classics, which featured guests Chaka Khan and Mavis Staples, among others. This was followed by
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with "Found a Cure." That same year, Chaka Khan recorded their "I'm Every Woman"; the song topped
Happy Birthday to Tamia, Born May 9, 1975
Chaka Khan on the soundtrack for the 1995 film Set It Off. "Missing You" was also nominated for a Grammy
TRIBUTE: Celebrating 25 Years of Mary J. Blige’s Debut Album ‘What’s the 411?’
tradition of Aretha Franklin in the early ‘70s and Chaka Khan later in the decade, Blige began to the Queen of Funk, Chaka Khan, who released the original version 17 years earlier as a member of the
INTERVIEW: En Vogue’s Cindy Herron-Braggs, Forever a Funky Diva
Houston, Natalie by Natalie Cole, and the album where Chaka Khan is sitting on a big ol' pair of lips [laughs]! Rufus Featuring Chaka Khan! SEE En Vogue on tour | Dates EXPLORE En Vogue’s Discography
IN MEMORIAM 2016: Remembering Prince – Pop's Greatest Rebel
” (Sheena Easton), “Manic Monday” (The Bangles), “I Feel for You” (Chaka Khan), and “Nothing Compares 2 U
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