The 5-time Grammy Award winner Donna Summer, died today after a long fought battle against cancer. Summer, who gained prominence in the 70’s was known as the “Queen of Disco” and was the first artist to have three consecutive albums to reach number 1 on Billboard. She also produced many timeless hits such as “Bad Girls,” “Last Dance,” and “She Works Hard for the Money.” According to Billboard, she is the eighth most successful female music artist of all-time. Summer released her last album, “Crayons” in 2008 and told allvoices.com in 2010 that she was working on another disco album. Summer is survived by her husband, Bruce Sudano, three children, and four grandchildren.