Bono, Quincy Jones, and Macy Gray Talk About the Legacy of Donna Summer

The music industry sadly lost another legend to cancer yesterday. Donna Summer the Queen of Disco, known for hits such as \"She Works Hard For The Money,\" \"Bad Girls,\" and \"Hot Stuff,\" passed away at 63 years old due to a lung cancer.

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