Brandon Arreaga is a singer, dancer, choreographer, and social media personality. He is best known as a member of the famous American-Canadian pop boy band ˜PrettyMuch,' which was formed by <a title='Simon Cowell' href='/famous/simon-cowell.htm'>Simon Cowell</a>. He is also part of an entertainment group called ˜TruCrew,' which strives towards having a positive impact on others with the help of dance and music. Brandon received his big breakthrough in 2011, when he appeared in the television singing competition ˜Majors & Minors.' He became a noteworthy singer by being a part of the show, which eventually landed him opportunities to work with world-renowned musicians like Avril Lavigne, Will.i.am, and Jordin Sparks among others. Brandon's popularity as an entertainer earned him thousands of followers across social media platforms. While his Twitter page has over 88,000 followers, his Instagram account has more than 422,000 followers.
Zak Dossi is a music producer who was born in Orange County, California on October 24th, 1999. <a title='Sofie Dossi' href='/famous/sofie-dossi.htm'>Sofie Dossi</a>, an America’s Got Talent contortionist is Zak Dossi’s younger brother. Zak was raised in Orange County with his siblings. He and his younger sister have had an interest in music since they were children. Zak Dossi is also and popularly known for creating popular songs remixes on his self-titled SoundCloud and YouTube channels. His sister appears in the videos alongside Zack. The music producer’s popularity on social media has grown and he has more than 80,000 followers on Instagram. Dossi also has guitar and piano playing skills.
Landon Cube is an American singer and music producer. He gained popularity after his collaborative single with rapper <a title='Lil Skies' href='/famous/lil-skies.htm'>Lil Skies</a>, ˜Red Roses,' became a hit. He is also known for releasing other songs like ˜Drive My Car', '19' and ˜Beachtown'. Drawn to music from his childhood, Cube owes his career to his father who is himself a professional musician. His father guided him and taught him how to play different musical instruments. Beginning his career in 2013, Cube has emerged as one of the most talented upcoming singers and musicians in the industry. He is quite popular on YouTube and SoundCloud, with decent numbers of followers on both these platforms. With the dream of becoming a prominent music producer, this young artiste continues to follow the footsteps of his idols Michael Jackson, Frank Ocean, and Prince.
Jonas Blue is a British DJ, music producer, songwriter, and remix artist. He is known for his distinctive style, and his music is often categorized as tropical house, dance-pop, or EDM. His first major success came with his tropical house-style remix of Tracy Chapman's song ˜Fast Car.' Since then, he has released a steady stream of hits, collaborating with a number of artists from Europe and North America. In the media, his style of music has been described as a blend of dance music with pop sensibilities. Ever since breaking into the major music scene in 2015, he has collaborated with a wide variety of artists from the UK, North America, and Australia. He has introduced many new voices through his songs and has also given a bigger platform to many lesser-known artists. His songs are almost always expected to achieve the platinum or the multiplatinum status.
Co-executive producer on <a title='Nicki Minaj' href='/famous/nicki-minaj.htm'>Nicki Minaj</a>'s album Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded who had a long-standing friendship/relationship with Minaj for more than 12 years until turmoil arose.
Born Leland Wayne and professionally known as Metro Boomin, he is a record producer who produced instrumentals for hip hop artists including <a title='Ludacris' href='/famous/ludacris.htm'>Ludacris</a>, Migos, <a title='Future' href='/famous/future.htm'>Future</a>, <a title='Wiz Khalifa' href='/famous/wiz-khalifa.htm'>Wiz Khalifa</a>, <a title='Nicki Minaj' href='/famous/nicki-minaj.htm'>Nicki Minaj</a> and more.
Steve Aoki is a well-known American DJ and record producer of Japanese origin. While in college, he established his own record label, ˜Dim Mak,' which released music by bands such as ˜The Bloody Beetroots.' He started his career with remixes, with the Los Angeles-based band called ˜Moving Units.' His debut mix album, ˜Pillowface and His Airplane Chronicles,' was featured on ˜Essential Mix,' which was aired on ˜BBC Radio 1.' He toured with different artists and put up shows across the US, Canada, China, and Japan, becoming famous for performing acrobatic stunts on stage. His debut solo album, ˜Wonderland,' was nominated for the ˜Best Dance/Electronica Album' at the ˜55th Annual Grammy Awards.' He is married to Tiernan Cowling and runs his own clothing line, ˜The Dim Mak Collection.' He is the founder of the ˜Steve Aoki Charitable Fund,' which contributes to humanitarian relief and medical research. Of late, he has announced the release of his EP called ˜5OKI,' which is a cross-genre project, featuring artists from around the world. He wishes to give back to the world what he has gained from it, and he believes music is one of the ways in which he can do his bit.
Performing artist known by the stage name of Sub Urban whose music explored a range electronic music, rock, and pop genres. He would combine electronic production and heavier bass design with sensual vocals and melodies that often explored cynical themes. His breakthrough song is called "Cradles."
Mark Ronson is an English record producer, musician, singer, songwriter, and DJ. In his career so far, he has earned nine Grammy nominations out of which he won five. Born in London, the UK, Ronson started his career as a DJ while he was a student at the New York University. His first album ˜Here Comes the Fuzz' failed to register profits though it was well received by the critics. He soon formed his own record label, ˜Allido Records,' along with Rich Kleiman. His second album ˜Version' was a commercial success, reaching the 2nd position on the UK Albums Chart. It also entered the Billboard 200, standing at the 129th position. Reviews from the critics were mostly positive. The success of the album helped to establish him as a talent to reckon with in the music industry. Over the years, he released several critically acclaimed and commercially successful albums and singles. Along with winning the prestigious Grammy Awards five times, he has won other awards as well, such as two Brit Awards out of seven nominations and two Soul Train Music Awards out of five nominations.
Ryan Lewis is a popular American musician, hip-hop artist, disc-jockey, record producer and music video director. He rose to fame with singles such as ˜Thrift Shop' and ˜Can't Hold Us', and has been labelled as rapper <a title='Macklemore' href='/famous/macklemore.htm'>Macklemore</a>'s right hand. Lewis met <a title='Macklemore' href='/famous/macklemore.htm'>Macklemore</a> on ˜Myspace' in 2006 and began working together in 2008. Ever since their collaboration, the duo have never failed to make an impression in the music industry. Ryan's love for music had always been a vital part of his childhood and adhering to his passion he managed to build a career around it. Beginning his career as a photographer and videographer, he went on to produce and release his own extended play. But it was majorly after his collaboration with <a title='Macklemore' href='/famous/macklemore.htm'>Macklemore</a> that his talent showed at the US music charts. From his EP ˜The VS' to his latest album ˜This Unruly Mess I've Made', Ryan is striking all the right cords. He has won eighteen music awards and several nominations spanning only a decade of career.
Indie pop artist and producer who became known as a member of 3OAK with members Daniel James and Benjamin O. Him and his band produce, write and record all their own music.
Electronic musician with a substantial following on SoundCloud who has released a number of singles by the titles of "Quake," "Paranormal," "Enigma," and more.
Hip-hop producer and performing artist who found success with the singles "Beneath Your Beautiful" and "Earthquake" in 2012.
Swedish DJ and dance music producer whose remix of "Pressure" became one of the most popular songs in 2011. He's also known for hits such as "Calling" and "Heroes."
Timothy Zachery Mosley, popularly known as Timbaland, is an American record producer, rapper, singer and songwriter, well known for hits like ˜Give It to Me', ˜Cry Me a River', ˜The Way I Are' and ˜4 Minutes'. He started his career as one of the rapping duo Timbaland and Magoo. They released their debut album in 1997, followed by his debut solo album ˜Tim's Bio'. Forming the record label Mosley Music Group, he became famous as a record producer making a number of hits for artists like Nelly Furtado, Justin Timberlake, Madonna, and many others. Furtado's album ˜Loose' was an instant hit produced by his label, followed by the smashing hit ˜FutureSex/LoveSounds' with Justin Timberlake. He has delivered hit albums for his friends like ˜Supa Dupa Fly' for Missy Elliott and Aaliyah's double platinum album ˜One in a Million'. The hit single ˜Pony' and the album ˜Ginuwine¦the Bachelor', produced by Timbaland, introduced a unique rhythmic style by mixing R&B and hip-hop that brought into the music scene a new trend in the 1990s. He also successfully entered TV production when he was asked to supervise the music for the soap opera ˜Empire'.
Quincy Delight Jones, Jr., popularly known as Quincy Jones in the music industry, is a multifaceted American celebrity who has made his name as a record producer, film and television producer, composer, conductor, arranger, instrumentalist, jazz trumpeter and record company executive. His love for music was quite evident to his family since he was a young boy and it was the musician Ray Charles, who is also his teenage friend, who convinced him to explore music professionally. Jones with his talent with trumpet and magnificent composing abilities earned himself a scholarship to Berklee College of Music, Boston, but he decided to dropout from college and pursued freelancing. After composing music for Barclay Records in Paris, he started composing music for some of the big names in the industry. It was after he formed his own companies, Qwest Productions and Quincy Jones Entertainment that he composed and arranged for many movies, television scores and artists like <a title='Michael Jackson' href='/famous/michael-jackson.htm'>Michael Jackson</a>, Frank Sinatra, etc and became the most Grammy-nominated artist in history, with 79 nominations and 27 wins. Jones is also a philanthropist and besides giving the world its humanitarian anthem ˜We Are The World', he has also founded charities like Quincy Jones Listen Up Foundation.
Born Kenneth Edmonds, he is a Grammy Award-winning producer and R&B singer who has worked with <a title='Ashanti' href='/famous/ashanti.htm'>Ashanti</a> and <a title='Toni Braxton' href='/famous/toni-braxton.htm'>Toni Braxton</a>.
Born Uzoechi Emenike, he is a Grammy-nominated record producer and singer-songwriter who wrote chart-topping singles for Little Mix, <a title='Duke Dumont' href='/famous/duke-dumont.htm'>Duke Dumont</a>, and <a title='Oliver Heldens' href='/famous/olivia-heldens.htm'>Oliver Heldens</a>. He has released singles as a lead artist called "If Truth Be Told," "Every Little Word," and "Wrote a Song About You."
Recording artist and record producer known for his work with many artists, including <a title='Justin Bieber' href='/famous/justin-bieber.htm'>Justin Bieber</a>, <a title='Sean Kingston' href='/famous/sean-kingston.htm'>Sean Kingston</a>, and <a title='Ciara' href='/famous/ciara.htm'>Ciara</a>.
Music producer and YouTube personality who is recognized for sharing hip-hop beats on his self-titled YouTube channel. He has made music similar to songs produced for J Cole and Drake.
DJ and music producer who became best known for his 2015 single "Easy Love," which topped the UK Singles chart in its second week after debuting at the #71 spot. His second single was titled "Sweet Lovin'."
Music producer and DJ best known for co-producing all three albums by legendary Southern California gangster rap crew NWA as well as <a title='Eazy-E' href='/famous/eazy-e.htm'>Eazy-E</a>'s debut album Eazy-Duz-It. He later became a successful director and producer of adult films.
American record producer for R&B and hip hop artists. He has produced the singles "No Lie" by <a title='2 Chainz' href='/famous/2-chainz.htm'>2 Chainz</a> and even "We Can't Stop" by <a title='Miley Cyrus' href='/famous/miley-cyrus.htm'>Miley Cyrus</a>.