Kane Brown is an American country music singer who is best known for his hit singles ˜What Ifs', ˜Heaven' and ˜Used to Love You Sober'. Despite his young age, he is already a popular name in the country music scene. He became interested in music as a little boy and was initially an R&B enthusiast. Kane later began focusing on country music after he won a contest when he was in the 11th grade. He realized the potential his rich voice possessed and instinctively knew that he was destined for success in the country music genre. He soon started posting videos of his covers online. It didn't take him long to earn a loyal fan following and he released his first EP titled ˜Closer' in June 2015. It was a huge success and featured in the top ten on the Billboard Country Albums chart. Following this, he released a few singles which also became hits. Motivated by his initial success, Kane signed with RCA Nashville and released his first full-length album titled ˜Kane Brown.' This album too was a major success and established him as an upcoming talent in the country music genre. He has been nominated for several awards and is the first ever country musician to have simultaneous number one singles listed on all five top country charts.
Doja Cat, also known as Amala, is an American singer, songwriter, and record producer. She is popular for her enthralling music infused with electronic R&B and hip hop influences. Interested in pursuing a career in music from a young age, she released her debut EP ˜Purrr!' at the age of 18. Motivated by the positive responses she received, she went on to release numerous singles, including ˜No Police', ˜Mooo!' and ˜Roll with Us'. Doja Cat got her stage name from the word dojo that means weed and her love for cats. Extremely talented, the singer-songwriter comes from an artistic family. Her mother is a painter and her father is a well-known actor and film producer. Today, Doja has emerged as one of the most popular upcoming artistes in USA. Blessed with an incredible voice and amazing musical skills, she is well on her way to build a reputation for herself in the highly competitive music world. The singer, who is inspired by Pharrell, Drake, PartyNextDoor and Erykah Badu, herself serves as an inspiration for many young professionals in the industry.
Notable for his certified 3 x platinum single "Waves" which peaked at number 12 on the Australian ARIA Charts, he is a singer-songwriter who released a 2017 EP called Same Kind of Different in April of 2017.
Celia Cruz was a Cuban singer of Latin music and was the most popular Latin artist of the 20th century. She was well known for her operatic and poignant voice, and improvised rhythmic lyrics. Recognised globally as the ˜Queen of Salsa', Celia Cruz was a recipient of the National Medal of Arts. Her glitzy stage costumes included myriad coloured wigs, tight sequined dresses, and very high heels. Growing up in Havana, Cuba she intended to become a teacher, in deference to her father's wish. However, she soon pursued her true calling”music”and began winning singing contests on various radio shows. She first gained proper recognition as a singer in the 1950s, when she replaced lead singer Myrta Silva of the popular orchestra ˜La Sonora Matancera'. She began touring extensively with the group, performing at various concerts. In 1961, following the Cuban Revolution and Fidel Castro's rise to power, Celia Cruza became a U.S. citizen. She went on to record 23 gold records with Tito Puente, the Fania All Stars and other collaborators throughout her career. Her many achievements include winning several Grammy Awards (including Latin Grammys) for recordings such as ˜Ritmo en el CorazÃ³n' (1988) with Ray Barretto and ˜Siempre vivirÃ©' (2000).
Vocalist for the Mexican group CD9 who performs alongside <a title='Freddy Leyva' href='/famous/freddy-leyva.htm'>Freddy Leyva</a>, <a title='Bryan Mouque' href='/famous/bryan-mouque.htm'>Bryan Mouque</a>, <a title='Alonso Villalpando' href='/famous/alonso-villalpando.htm'>Alonso Villalpando</a> and <a title='Alan Navarro' href='/famous/alan-navarro-singer.htm'>Alan Navarro</a>.
Singer and founding member of the horror punk rock band The Cramps whose live performances were full of bizarre antics.
Mexican singer/songwriter best known as the frontman of RBD. The band announced their split in 2008 and Uckermann pursued a solo career.
Singer and rapper who is best known for her time as a contestant on the British reality TV series The X Factor. She appeared during its 12th season in 2015.
Singer and guitarist best known as the frontman of American band Hundred Handed. The band has become best known for their debut single "Love Me Like The Weekend" which was released in 2015.
Singer who competed on the eleventh season of American Idol and finished in eighth place. He has released singles like "Her Crazy."
Lead vocalist and primary songwriter for the country music band Old Dominion that released a 2014 self-titled EP and 2015 LP called Meat and Candy.
Lead vocalist and rhythm guitarist of the four-piece Scottish rock band Twin Atlantic who performs alongside <a title='Barry McKenna' href='/famous/barry-mckenna.htm'>Barry McKenna</a>, Ross McNae and Craig Kneale.
R&B artist who is widely known by the stage names Prince Chrishan and Chrishan. He has worked as a producer and songwriter in addition to his own solo career, and gained widespread acclaim for writing and producing the single "2AM" by <a title='Adrian Marcel' href='/famous/adrian-marcel.htm'>Adrian Marcel</a> in 2014.
Singer who is best known for auditioning on The Voice Brazil in 2016. He has over 30,000 on his lumiofficial Instagram account where he promotes his music.
Christian singer best known for singing tenor in The Gaither Vocal Band. He has also released many solo albums such as Life is a Church and Revelation.
Estonian singer, filmmaker and vlogger who first came to fame as a finalist on the first season of the talent show Eesti Otsib Superstaari in 2007. She has gone on to direct short films like 2012's Pealt Kullakarvaline.
American singer, songwriter and guitarist who first received widespread attention in 2014, when the music video for his single "Funeral Of Hearts" became a viral sensation.
Guitarist and singer with The Royal City Band who was named one of the 100 Greatest Living Songwriters by Paste Magazine in 2006.
Best known for his hit Billboard Top 50 charting single "Cry No More," he is a Pop/R&B/hip hop singer who headlined the renowned KSFM's Cinco De Mayo 2009 concert in Los Angeles and performed at Miami's annual flagship event Calle Ocho.
Christian singer who wrote the modern classics "Awesome God" and "Sometimes by Step" who died in a car accident.
In 2015, Nicol began her rise to fame as a member of the London-based band Chasing Midnight. In just six months, she and her bandmates attracted 10,000 YouTube subscribers by posting original songs and covers of <a title='George Ezra' href='/famous/george-ezra.htm'>George Ezra</a> and <a title='Ariana Grande' href='/famous/ariana-grande.htm'>Ariana Grande</a> tracks.
Blues singer and guitarist who has released more than fifteen albums since 1969, including Rock My Soul.