Soul singer Loleatta Holloway dies aged 64
咱家天后Whitney Houston在2009年以Million Dollar Bill一曲，拿下Billboard舞曲榜冠軍。該曲就是取樣於Loleatta Holloway的單曲"We're getting stronger"。
American soul icon Loleatta Holloway, best known for her 1980 hit "Love Sensation," has died at the age of 64, her manager confirmed.
Chicago-born Holloway had been battling a short period of ill health and died from heart failure late Monday, her manager Ron Richardson told music website spinningsoul.com.
Holloway, who was also known for disco song "Hit and Run," successfully sued UK dance act Blackbox for a share of royalties from the group's 1989 number one single "Ride On Time," which sampled "Love Sensation" without credit.
Her work has also been sampled by Whitney Houston, for the star's 2009 hit "Million Dollar Bill" and by US singer-turned actor Mark Wahlberg for his 1991 number one "Good Vibrations," with Marky Mark and the Funky Bunch.
Twitter tributes for the singer poured in Tuesday from fans and celebrities, including DJs Giles Petersen and Boy George.
Hit and Run
We're Getting Stronger
R.I.P. Loleatta Holloway...