Donna Summer died Thursday morning after a battle with cancer. The Queen of Disco was 63 years old.
The "Hot Stuff" crooner became an icon in the 1970s and went on to win five Grammy Awards. She had massive commercial success, with albums such as 1978's Bad Girls peaking at No. 1 on the Billboard charts. Bad Girls alone has sold over 2 million copies.
Her last full-length album, Crayons, was released in 2008 and marked a return to form after a 17 year absence from the studio. The album was a triumphant comeback and cracked the Billboard Top 20.
Take a listen to some of Summer's biggest hits in the gallery below and share any memories of the singer in the comments.
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