Leona Lewis (born April, 3rd 1985) is an English singer-songwriter and winner of the third series of popular U.K. television talent show The X Factor. Lewis was born in the London district of Islington, and is of English, Welsh and Guyanese descent. At the age of five, she attended the Sylvia Young Theatre School. She began writing her own songs at the age of 12, and had recorded an album of demo songs by the age of 15.
There are at least 3 artists known under this name: 1) Fist (originally called Axe) was one of several early NWOBHM bands who were signed to MCA records at about the same time (others in this group were Quartz, Tygers Of Pan Tang, and White Spirit). Their sound wasn't too different from their contemporaries, with the exception being they had a slightly more melodic feel to their songs. Two albums were released, and like many other NWOBHM bands, they faded away soon after, disbanding in 1984.
If there is a face to the independent soul music movement, it is probably Eric Roberson. The respect he receives from other artists has been driven by his uncompromising success as well as from the unselfishness he has shown in support of other up-and-coming singers and musicians. That peer love appears to only be exceeded by the near fanatical following he has among a surprisingly large fanbase, making him a sort of indie soul royalty.
There are at least three artists with the name "Lloyd": Lloyd, full name Lloyd Harlin Polite Jr., is an American R&B singer. He was born in New Orleans, Louisiana on January 3, 1986, to Robin Polite and Lloyd Polite Sr. His father died when he was at the age of two, and he moved with his mother and older sister Brandy to Atlanta, Georgia. Lloyd was discovered by Joyce Irby and at the age of 14 was in the pre-teen group N-Toon, alongside younger brother Chuckie. The group won Nickelodeon's cancelled show Double Dare 2000 against No Authority, and the group was signed to DreamWorks Records.
R&B sensation Craig David was barely out of his teens when he took a hold of the U.K. pop circuit, twisted it around, and threw it back on its head during fall 2000. This fresh-faced native of Southampton, England, was merely playing into his love of funkadelic hip-hop and crooning urban stylings when he started writing songs as a teenager. His love for Terence Trent D'Arby, Sisqo, and Donnell Jones allowed him to put his creative love for art, culture, and history into a musical beat all his own. And the new millennium belonged to him and garage had been redefined.
Eli "Paperboy" Reed: Guitar, harmonica and vocals
Eli “Paperboy” Reed was born in 1983 in Boston, Massachusetts. He grew up listening to the Blues, Gospel, Soul and Country music that his father would play at home, on records and on the guitar. At age 14, Reed, inspired by Sonny Boy Williamson II and Ray Charles, he began playing the harmonica and singing, soon teaching himself guitar and piano, as well.
There are five artists with this name
1. Willow Smith, an American pop singer
2. An American instrumental group
3. A Belgian indie rock band
4. An American singer/songwriter
5. A Dutch rock band 1. Willow Camille Reign Smith (born October 31, 2000 in Los Angeles, United States) is an American child actress and singer who is the daughter of Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith. She made her acting debut in 2007 in the film I Am Legend, and was most successful in the film Kit Kittredge: An American Girl where she won the Young artist award for Best Performance in a Feature Film.
Willard Christopher Smith II (born September 25, 1968) is an American Oscar nominated actor and a multiple Grammy winning hip hop artist. He is one of few people who have enjoyed legitimate success in the three major entertainment media in the United States: film, television, and the music industry. Will Smith was born and raised in West Philadelphia. He spent most of his days in a playground, training basketball and relaxing all cool.
There are several artists named T2. 1) (T.2.) is a 1970s British progressive rock band, best known for their 1970 album It'll All Work Out In Boomland. They were a spin-off from the band Please. 2) A bassline producer from Leeds, charting in summer 2007 with Heartbroken featuring Jodie Aysha. 3) A female pop music duo from Indonesia consisting of T2 (Tika Tiwi AFI), the group has released their debut album titled "OK!" in the middle of 2007 which contains their first single hit Ok!.