Aretha Franklin was dubbed the Queen of Soul for a reason, recording massive hits in the 1960s, including “Respect,” “Think,” “Chain of Fools,” and “(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman.” By the time she died in 2018, Biography says she had won 18 Grammys and been the first woman inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

Franklin was the diva of all divas, and her funeral reflected that. For one, it was 8-hours long. The Washington Post reported there was an all-star lineup of performers, including Jennifer Holliday, Stevie Wonder, Gladys Knight, Jennifer Hudson, Yolanda Adams, and Chaka Khan. Icons like Cicely Tyson, Clive Davis, Isiah Thomas, Tyler Perry, and the Rev. Jesse Jackson spoke, as did former president Bill Clinton. “I’m grateful to God that we had the fortune to be on this planet at the same time as Aretha Franklin,” Perry said.

According to Find a Grave, Aretha Franklin is interred in Woodlawn Cemetery in Detroit, Michigan. Her crypt is located above three other rows, almost touching the ceiling. It’s a double crypt, with “Franklin” centered in gold letters on the marble front, with “Aretha Louise” and her dates set to the left side, so it’s likely the right side is reserved for a loved one. The Detroit Free Press reports that each room of crypts in the mausoleum is styled in different color marble, and the singer is in the white room with her father, while two of her sisters are nearby in the red room.