Singer Natalie Cole, daughter of music icon Nat King Cole, is dead

Singer Natalie Cole has passed away

Singer Natalie Cole dead at age 65.

Mass Appeal Wire Reports

LOS ANGELES — Natalie Cole, daughter of legendary musician Nat King Cole, has moved on to be with the Lord. She died on New Year’s Eve at the age of 65. Natalie had gotten sick recently, causing her to cancel several performances. Like her father, Natalie enjoyed a successful singing career — winning her first two Grammys with her 1975 album “Inseparable.” After stringing together a series of number one hits throughout the 70s, she earned a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 1979.

However, Natalie struggled with drug abuse at a very young age. She finally checked into a rehab facility in 1982. Since then, she became an advocate for those needing help with drug addictions. She was also diagnosed with Hepatitis C for which she received a liver transplant in 2009.

Natalie passed away at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles.

May she rest in peace.

9 comments

  1. This is just shocking…….. Rest in Peace.

  2. I truly believe her problems in the past with drugs finally caught up to her. RIP

  3. @sean vogt How sad for you to believe that her drug past caught up with her. All the ailments she had came probably from anything but drugs. What will people say about you when you die, Ah, all the pork and rare steaks sean vogt been eating his entire life finally caught up with him.

  4. realville resident

    truly she was a black life that mattered. she brought something to the table compared to some who offer nothing but hate and crime to the world.

  5. “Cocaine is a helluva drug!”

    — Rick James

  6. RIP Natalie

  7. I am so sad to learn of this–what a lady, what a talent and still in the prime of her life. We will miss her so very much. She had a voice so unique and I am sad we will not enjoy her talent again. God Bless you Natalie and rest in the arms of both your Father in heaven and Nat—your music will live on and you will not be forgotten.

  8. talent runs in that family…………… rest in peace

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