These songs could make up an entire Thanksgiving meal.
The lives of music stars in full focus.
King of Pop's estate earns $160 million, leads list of Top-Earning Dead Celebrities.
These records captured key moments of a golden era.
Description: Lauryn Hill's voice sounds like it was made to cover Bob Marley's music. In 1999, L Boogie reintroduced Marley's "Turn Your Lights Down Low" by way of a duet with the late reggae legend.
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It was a hard knock life for these central figures.