American music stars died in Complications of diabetes mellitus

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Rudy Ray Moore

Rudy Ray Moore (March 17, 1927 Fort Smith-October 19, 2008 Akron) a.k.a. R.R. Moore, Dolemite, Rudolph Ray Moore, The Godfather of Rap or King of the Party Record was an American comedian, actor, film producer, singer, entertainer and screenwriter.

His albums include This Ain't No White Christmas, Dolemite, Greatest Hits, The Cockpit and .

Rudy Ray Moore began his career by performing in nightclubs during the 1950s and 1960s, where he developed his signature style of comedy and storytelling. He rose to national prominence in the 1970s with his raunchy and explicit comedy albums and films, which were popular in Black communities and among African American soldiers serving overseas.

Moore's most famous character was Dolemite, a pimp and street hustler who used rhyming poetry and profanity-laced humor to win over audiences. He starred in several films as Dolemite and produced others under his own company, Comedian International. In addition to his work in comedy, Moore also released several music albums in the 1970s, including the hit single "The Ring-A-Ling Dong."

Despite facing criticism for his explicit language and jokes, Moore continued to entertain audiences throughout his career. He was a pioneer in the comedy industry, paving the way for future African American comedians and artists. He was posthumously inducted into the Rhythm and Blues Music Hall of Fame in 2017.

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