In 1984 Diana Ross had her final top 10 hit with the song Missing You, which was featured on her Swept Away album. The song was a tribute to Marvin Gaye who had died earlier that year. Gaye and Ross were very close friends, and they both joined Motown Records in 1961. They released numerous duets, including their very successful duet album Marvin and Diana. Missing You was written for Ross by Lionel Richie, who also composed and produced the song. In the music video for the song, the images expand the tribute to include Paul Williams of The Temptations and Florence Ballard of The Supremes - who had died several years earlier. In more recent years, the song has been covered and sampled many times as a tribute to various others. In 1997 Whitney Houston covered the song as a tribute to a specific list of artists - Princess Diana, Tupac Shakur, Notorious B.I.G. and Gianni Versace. In 2010, Houston covered the song again as a tribute to Michael Jackson.
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