Natalie Cole, the daughter of the late Nat King Cole, has died. The beloved singer-songwriter was confirmed
dead by multiple sources on New Year's Eve. Her cause of death is reportedly from congestive heart failure.
She was 65-years-old.
According to an AP tweet, Natalie Cole died Thursday in Los Angeles, California's Cedar Sinai Hospital.
The Grammy Award-winning singer was hospitalized for treatment of ongoing medical problems until
things took a turn for the worse.
Cole was born into music. At 11, she auditioned and sang with her famous father Nat King Cole, who passed away
in 1965. Natalie recorded her first album, "Inseparable" in 1975. It received positive reviews and won her two
Grammy awards: Best Female R&B Vocal Performance for "This Will Be (An Everlasting Love)" and another for Best