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Cabell Calloway III was an influential jazz musician who revolutionized the genre with his style of 'scat-singing' or vocal improv. He performed in an industry dominated by Caucasians.
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Cab Calloway went on to gain massive fame and sang frequently at Harlem's famous Cotton Club.
Calloway lived out his fame until his dying days, writing a book and appearing in movies and television like Sesame Street, and the Blues Brothers.
Along with other African American entertainers, Cab Calloway helped pave the way for Black artists of the future.
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