Zulema Cusseaux (3 January 1947 – 30 September 2013), usually credited as Zulema, was an American disco and rhythm & blues singer and songwriter. Aside from her solo career, she was a member of an early line up of Faith, Hope and Charity and worked as a backing vocalist and songwriter with Aretha Franklin.

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  • Zulema Cusseaux (3 January 1947 – 30 September 2013), usually credited as Zulema, was an American disco and rhythm & blues singer and songwriter. Aside from her solo career, she was a member of an early line up of Faith, Hope and Charity and worked as a backing vocalist and songwriter with Aretha Franklin. (en)
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  • Zulema Cusseaux (3 January 1947 – 30 September 2013), usually credited as Zulema, was an American disco and rhythm & blues singer and songwriter. Aside from her solo career, she was a member of an early line up of Faith, Hope and Charity and worked as a backing vocalist and songwriter with Aretha Franklin. (en)
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