Queen of Soul Aretha Franklin died Thursday at the age of 76, the Associated Press reported.
The news comes after Franklin’s hospitalization was reported Monday. Her family told local Detroit news station WDIV-TV at the time that the singer was “gravely ill.” She was reportedly visited at home by Stevie Wonder and the Rev. Jesse Jackson.
Franklin was named the greatest singer of all time by Rolling Stone in 2010 and it’s easy to see why. The acclaimed singer was the recipient of 18 Grammy Awards and received the The Presidential Medal Of Freedom in 2005. Franklin also became the first woman inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1987.
Below you’ll find some of her greatest hits.