Nina Simone Inducted into the Hall the fame

The great and legendary Nina Simone will one of the many to be inducted into the 2018 class of Rock and Roll Hall of fame. The singer, songwriter and pianist delivered dozens of music over the course of her career. Born Eunice Kathleen Waymon on February 21, 1933 in Tyron, North Carolina. She sowed many abilities in church with the piano before  getting the proper training. When she finished high school she shortly studied at Julliard before pursing music head on.So much of her most commonly work came during the civil rights rights movement. Major songs that came out of this time was "Mississippi Goddamn" and "Why/".

She had such a powerful voice and vision that she was one of the voices of the Black Power anthems with the the song "Young, Gifted, and Black." She started focusing on herself and was pertaining herself from the regular industry. She was so inspirational with her music that it was very essential that the she released her final studio album 1993. She unfortunately passed away on April,21,2003 at the age of 70 after fighting illness for a while. 

Also joining her will be The Meters, LL Cool J, Rufus and Chaka Khan, and Sister Rosetta Tharpe, who will receive the Award for Early Influence honor.