Teena Marie, a Grammy Award-nominated singer, songwriter and producer, has died. She was 54.
Marie was found dead Sunday in her Los Angeles home, her manager told CNN.com.
Teena Marie, who was born Marie Christine Brockert, was best known for her work with the late R&B legend Rick James. Marie was signed to Motown Records in 1976 and released 13 studio albums — six of which went platinum on the US R&B chart.
Marie's biggest hit was her 1984 single "Lovergirl," which peaked at number four on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.