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Betty Wright

A 1960s gospel prodigy who went secular at an early age, Wright had her first hit ("Girls Can't Do What the Guys Do") at age 15, and four years later followed it up with "Clean Up Woman," a proto-feminist smash with one of the all-time killer guitar riffs. A popular artist of the 1970s, her influence could be strongly felt on the empowered-female, hip-hop infused R&B of the '90s. ~ Rovi

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