Top 10 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame 2024 Nominees

Sade: Known for their smooth sound that blends soul, jazz, and soft rock, Sade has been a staple in the music world since the '80s.

Peter Frampton: His groundbreaking use of the talk box and his album "Frampton Comes Alive!" have cemented his status as a rock legend.

Ozzy Osbourne: The "Prince of Darkness" is already in the Hall of Fame with Black Sabbath, but his solo career has also been hugely influential in metal.

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Mary J. Blige: Often referred to as the "Queen of Hip-Hop Soul," Blige has been a major influence in the blending of R&B and hip-hop.

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Lenny Kravitz: His eclectic style, which combines elements of rock, blues, soul, and funk, has earned him a dedicated fan base.

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Kool & the Gang: Their fusion of jazz, soul, funk, rock, and pop has led to a string of hits.

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Foreigner: This British-American rock band has delivered numerous rock anthems since the 1970s, including hits like "I Want to Know What Love Is.

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Dave Matthews Band: Known for their unique sound that blends rock, jazz, folk, and world music.

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Cher: With a career spanning over six decades, Cher has constantly reinvented herself and has been a trailblazer in pop and rock music.

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A Tribe Called Quest: Pioneers of alternative hip-hop, their innovative approach has had a lasting impact on the genre.

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