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Betty Davis is an American funk and soul singer who rose to fame during the 1970s. She was known for her bold and provocative lyrics, as well as her energetic performances. Davis was a pioneer of the funk-rock genre and was married to jazz legend Miles Davis for a brief period. She released three critically acclaimed albums before abruptly retiring from music in 1979. Davis's legacy continues to inspire artists in various genres, and she is regarded as one of the most influential female musicians of all time.

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