Motown legend WILLIE HUTCH has died at his home in Dallas, Texas, of undisclosed causes. He was 59.

The singer/songwriter, who produced hits for Michael Jackson, Marvin Gaye and Diana Ross, was most famous for his own R+B hits LOVE POWER, BROTHERS GONNA WORK IT OUT and SLICK.

Hutch also penned the soundtrack to cult 1973 movie The Mack.