Soul singer and musical icon Aretha Franklin has died at the age of 76 following a long battle with cancer.
In the weeks prior, news had spread about her ailing health and it seemed the whole world stopped and took vigil.
Franklin grew up in the church and used her love of gospel as a base for her many, many hits.
With 18 Grammy awards, selling more than 75 million records and being the first woman to be inducted in the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, Franklin has left a mark on the world that won't be forgotten.
Listen below as Bill talks about her life and legacy and Mo Kelly joins us to talk about the interactions he had with the Queen of Soul:
Don't forget to catch Mo on Saturdays and Sundays from 6-8pm here on KFI and check out his new podcast HERE.