Ivi Adamou (Greek: ?βη Αδ?μου, born on November 24, 1993 in Paralimni, Famagusta and grew up in Ayia Napa, Famagusta, Cyprus) is a Greek Cypriot singer. She represents Cyprus in the Eurovision Song Contest 2012 in Baku, Azerbaijan with La La Love. The song was chosen on January 25, 2012 in a show where she also performed 2 other songs - You Don't Belong Here and Call the Police. Ivi is the second child of Adamos and Marianna Adamou. Her mother is Bulgarian. She has two sisters named Despina and Kleopatra. Ivi graduated from Paralimni Lyceum.
Several artists fall under the alias of "Jade": (1) Jade (Gabor Simon), (2) the RnB Group, (3) A Chinese Girl Group, (4) the head of the J-group Sweetbox and many more. 1. Jade (an alias of Gabor Simon), alongside Chris.Su and Matt-U, is one of Hungary's most prominent Drum & Bass DJs and producers. Working primarily in the experimental/avant-garde technoid influenced neurofunk sub-genre of drum and bass...
Tarsha Jones, better known as Miss Jones, is a former R&B artist and radio personality. Miss Jones is currently the host of Jonesy In the Morning, a morning show that airs nationally on MissJonesRadio.Net. After previously working for Hot 97 and until 2008 and WUSL Power 99Fm and until 2011, Jonesy In the Morning is produced by Miss Jones. Jones met rapper Doug E. Fresh, who admired her vocal skills and invited her to his Get Fresh Crew tour.
There are two artists known as War of Words: 1) War of Words is a British girl group comprising of Abi Browning and Lucy Duffield. Their debut double A-side single 'Panic'/'Battlefield' is set to be released on December 4 through Popjustice Hi-Fi. Both songs were produced by Ben Langmaid, one half of the electropop duo La Roux. 2) Members of the War of Words collective have been a part of almost every Boston punk band you can think of, not to mention a few bands from outside of Boston .
Kelis Rogers-Jones (born Kelis Rogers on August 21, 1979), is known simply by her first name Kelis (pronounced Kuh-lees). Her name is an amalgamation of her parents' first names, her black father Kenneth and Chinese-Puerto Rican mother Eveliss. Growing up in Middle Class Harlem, New York Kelis' childhood was not a deprived one. But she was not without problems, after her parents realised they could not cope with her unruly behaviour (Kelis shaved all her hair off at age 13, soon afterwards dyeing the regrowth the colors of the rainbow)...
The Pharcyde is a West Coast underground/alternative hip hop group. The group was formed in 1991 in South Los Angeles, California, United States, where the group's members grew up. The group was one of the most well known of the first wave of alternative hip-hop acts. The original members of the group are "Slimkid3" (Tre Hardson), "Fatlip" (Derrick Stewart), "Imani" (Emandu Wilcox) and "Bootie Brown" (Romye Robinson). The group is best known for their hit singles "Passing Me By" (which crossed over to alternative rock radio) and "Runnin'", and their debut album Bizarre Ride II the Pharcyde.
Lemar Obika (born 4 April 1978), professionally known as Lemar, is a British Soul and R&B Singer, Songwriter and Vocal Producer who has had a run of chart success in the United Kingdom, Europe and Australia. Biography:
Lemar was born in London to Nigerian (Igbo) parents, and was raised in Tottenham listening to Soul Music and R&B. He used to sing at home with his brothers and sister, pretending to be The Jacksons.