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Chaka Khan (born March 23, 1953 in Chicago, Illinois) is an R&B singer. She gained popularity as lead vocalist of the funk band Rufus and later made a name for herself as a solo artist. Chaka Khan has had 18 Grammy nominations and has won 4 American Music Awards. Chaka Khan's solo career is highlighted by her cover of the Prince song "I Feel for You".

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Chaka Khan debuted with the band Rufus in 1973 with a self-titled effort on the ABC label. Rufus was among the pre-eminent funk groups of the decade; distinguished by Chaka Khan's dynamic vocals. With the help of Stevie Wonder, Rufus broke into both the pop music and R&B charts in 1974 with the hit "Tell Me Something Good". Throughout the 1970s and early 1980s, the band had a number of R&B hits, including "Masterjam", "Sweet Thing", "Do You Love What You Feel?" and "Once You Get Started". Rufus earned half a dozen gold or platinum albums before Chaka Khan went solo in 1978.

In 1978, Chaka Khan recorded her album Chaka which included the highly-orchestrated disco smash hit "I'm Every Woman" - a hit over a decade later for Whitney Houston. Chaka proved to be a significant hit on the strength of the single.

In 1982, Chaka Khan recorded Echoes of an Era, a collection of jazz standards featuring performances from Freddie Hubbard, Joe Henderson, Stanley Clarke, Chick Corea and Lenny White. 1983 saw Chaka Khan return to Rufus to record her last contractually obligated album Stompin' At The Savoy: Live. The double album contained live versions of Rufus classics, Chaka Khan's solo hits and a handful of additional newly recorded tracks. One of these tracks was the hit "Ain't Nobody", which returned Chaka Khan to the top of the urban and top 40 charts.

Throughout the 1990s and 2000s, Chaka Khan released a number of albums and won a variety of awards. Her latest album is 2004's ClassiKhan.