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Canadian artist reacts to Tina Turner's death: 'I feel like a family member has passed on'

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Tina Turner, the U.S.-born singer who left a hardscrabble farming community and an abusive relationship to become one of the top recording artists of all time, has died at age 83. Award-winning Canadian performer Shakura S’Aida cites Turner as part of her life since she was a young girl.

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