Gospel singer Delois Barrett Campbell has died at the age of 85.
The star passed away at a hospital in Chicago, Illinois on Tuesday (02Aug11) after battling a long illness.
Campbell formed The Barrett Sisters with her younger siblings Billie and Rodessa in the 1950s.
The trio released a number of albums, including Jesus Loves Me, Carry Me Back and God So Loved the World, and became one of Chicago's best-known gospel bands.
She later recorded a solo project, titled Through It All.
Campbell remained a beloved member of the gospel community right up to her death and received a special visit from Grammy and Oscar winner Jennifer Hudson on Monday (01Aug11).
Donald Glover aka Childish Gambino has stunned the world with his latest video 'This Is America' which blends comedy and dance with flippant violence.
On the road to promote their much-acclaimed 13th album, which was a place shy of topping the UK charts, Manic Street Preachers showed they are far...
That final battle scene? Yeah, it was a poo-poo. Whatever that means.
Slavery is a choice and Trump has dragon energy...
Corgan took to Instagram to confirm rumours of new Pumpkins material, saying the first songs could arrive as early as May.