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Betty Wright Wiki – Betty Wright Bio

Betty Wright was born on December 21, 1953, and from Miami, Florida, USA. USA She was an American soul and R&B singer, songwriter, and vocalist, on May 10, 2020, she passed away at the age of 66. However, the cause of his death has not been disclosed online. On May 2, singer Chaka Khan tweeted a fan to pray for Betty Wright’s health and wrote, “Calling all my #PrayWarriors | My dear sister, Betty Wright @MsBettyWright, now she needs all of your prayers.” Que Sera, It will be | Whatever it will be. ” In the name of Jesus, we pray for Sister Betty. All my love Chaka. ” Betty Wright rose to fame with hits like “Clean Up Woman” and “Tonight is the Night” in the 1970s, she began her career as a gospel music singer with her family. At the age of 18, Betty released the song “Clean Up Woman”, and some of her other hits are “Shoorah, Shoorah” and “Tonight Is the Night”.

The son “Where Is the Love,” won the Grammy Award for Best R&B Song, and then she also performed with Joss Stone on the song, “The Art of Love and War” and even produced two albums for Stone that scored her a Grammy nomination. Also, her son “Clean Up Woman” has been sampled by some of the world’s greatest recording artists, the list of artists who have been sampled or influenced by Wright is Afrika Bambaataa, Sublime, Michael Jackson, Stevie Wonder, Jennifer Lopez , and Beyonce Recently, DJ Khaled and Lil Wayne in the episode of the TV One show, Unsung reminisced on the importance of the song, “Tonight Is the Tonight,” by Betty Wright.

Betty Wright Age

Betty Wright was 66 years old.

Betty Wright Husband & Children

Betty married her husband, King Sporty, in 1985. Wright told the Sun-Sentinel about her marriage and divorces in 1986 and said, “I only intended to get married once. But marriages are made, they don’t just happen. Two are required. Compassion, not passion, keeps a marriage together. You can’t stay in bed all day. ” Betty and her husband King Sporty have 5 children: Chaka Azuri, Asha Wright, Patrice Parker, Patrick Parker, and Aisha McCray. During her life, Wright gave birth to five children, Aisha, Patrice, Patrick, Chaka and Asher. On Christmas Day 2005, Wright’s family suffered a tragedy when their son Patrick Parker was shot dead at a party in the Opa-Laka community in South Florida. He was 21 years old. No arrests were ever made for the murder. Wright recorded the song, “Dry Well”, as a tribute to his son. In 2012, Wright performed the song at a rally in support of George Zimmerman’s arrest. Wright said at the time, via Reuters, “And if I can lend you a celebrity voice, because when my son died, the way I got over it was through the power of family and the power of prayer. And I started writing it, as I’ve always done pain in my life. ”

Betty Wright Death & Cause

She died on May 10, 2020, at the age of 66, the singer’s niece confirmed to Heavy. The cause of Wright’s death has not been made public. In her official profile on the Universal Music website, it is written that Wright “influenced a generation of female singer-songwriters and continues to influence the world of hip hop.” Wright operated his own record label, Mrs. B Records, and his own publisher, Miami Spice. Wright’s death comes a week after singer Chaka Khan had asked fans to pray for the health of the Florida legend. Khan tweeted, “Calling all my #PrayWarriors | My dear sister, Betty Wright @MsBettyWright, now she needs all your prayers.” Let it be, it will be | Whatever it will be. ” In the name of Jesus, we pray for Sister Betty. All my love Chaka. ” A March 2020 feature on Wright’s music in People magazine saw Chaka Khan refer to as a “dear friend” of Wright.

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