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  1. Aretha

    Aretha is a song by British singer-songwriter Rumer. Produced by award-winning UK TV and musical composer Steve Brown, it is the second single to be released from her debut album Seasons of My Soul. A music video was made for the song and was added to YouTube on 6 October 2010. The song has been added to the BBC Radio 2 A-List.

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of Aretha in Chaldean Numerology is: 9

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of Aretha in Pythagorean Numerology is: 8

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  1. Cynthia Erivo:

    Aretha Franklin strength, passion and soul are evident in Aretha Franklin everlasting legacy, not only as a transcendent artist, but as a humanitarian and civil rights icon, to have the opportunity to bring Aretha Franklin legacy to life and show the fullness of Aretha Franklin being, Aretha Franklin humanity and brilliance, is an honor. What I know and have learned about what my voice, as an artist, can do and the power in it has been highly influenced by Aretha Franklin. I feel privileged and excited to be a part of the sharing of Aretha Franklin genius.

  2. Michael Eric Dyson:

    Aretha Franklin worked above you, aretha Franklin worked beyond you. Get your preposition right.

  3. Bryan Eure:

    She said' David Boies is going to marry you ? I could have done that', i though' Oh man ! We could have had Aretha Franklin marry us !'.

  4. Jesse Jackson:

    Aretha Franklin kept right on singing.

  5. Brian Grazer:

    Cynthia Erivo blew me away. Not only is Cynthia Erivo an incredible and bona fide star, but Cynthia Erivo is soulful and has tremendous depth as a musical artist, cynthia Erivo is the perfect person to portray the profoundly human story behind the genius that is Aretha.

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