# Roommates, Aretha Franklin’s legacy remains intact three years after her death with the release of her critically acclaimed biopic starring Jennifer Hudson এবং and now she has been awarded the highest honor for her most famous song. Earlier this week, Rolling Stone magazine published a list of her “100 Best Songs of All Time” and Aretha Franklin’s “Honor” topped the list.
Ol Rollingstone recently shared the latest updated version of her greatest song of all time and Queen of Soul Aretha Franklin will probably be very proud of her ranking. Her iconic 1967 song “Respect” topped the list with several musical accompaniments. Previously, “Honor” was number five when the list was originally created in 2004, but according to the magazine’s authors, it has now earned the title of “greatest song of all time.” “Respect” was recently introduced to a new generation of fans following the release of the Aretha biopic of the same name starring Oscar winner Jennifer Hudson.
Explaining why the song deserves such a title and what it means to the black community after its release, Rolling Stone said:
Just as important as the “honor” inspired rock and roll, gospel, and blues models for soul music that artists still see today (Maria Carrie called Franklin “my mentor”), the song’s unexpected demands resonated strongly with citizens. , Suitable for an artist who donated to the Black Panther Party and sang at the funeral of Martin Luther King Jr. in his 1999 memoir, Franklin wrote that the song “reflects the needs of middle men and women” street, businessman, mother, firefighter, teacher – everyone wants respect. We still do. ”
Meanwhile, the topic of discussion in Hollywood is that Jennifer Hudson was one of the first runners to be nominated for an Academy Award for Best Actress, for which she chose him shortly before she picked up the icon for the role of Aretha Franklin.
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