Omar Naber Naber (born Omar Kareem on 7 July 1981, in Ljubljana, Slovenia) is a Slovenian singer and songwriter. His mother is a Slovenian music teacher, his father is a Jordanian dentist. Omar Naber studied to become a dental technician, but after graduating he decided to devote his life to music. He won "Bitka talentov", the Slovenian version of the Battle of the talents, and participated in the Eurovision Song Contest 2005 with "Stop", a song he composed himself.
Marcia Goldschmidt is a B-list Brazilian television celebrity famous for her conservative views, inocuous comments and low IQ.
The four piece rock band from Finland was formed in early 2006. The band consists of guitaris/vocalist Allan Cotterill, guitarist Tuomo Korander, drummer Teemu Leikas and bass player Jarkko Penttinen. Each member has played their instruments for several years. Although all the band members are talented musicians individually, the band constantly works as a team and that's where the true talent comes from. On the other hand the members each have their own unique personality.
As of December 8th, 2009, their screamer, Juuso Puhakka, left the band.
After suffering a near-fatal seizure, visionary performer Trash McSweeney now sees colour in his music and has set out to share with the world all the ideas about what he has seen and felt. By taking to his guitar, piano and notebook, The Red Paintings were officially born upon the dawn of the new millennium. Based in Australia and Los Angeles
Robin Charles Thicke (born March 10, 1977 in Los Angeles, California) is a Grammy award winning American R&B singer-songwriter, producer and actor signed to Pharrell's Star Trak label. The son of actor Alan Thicke released his debut album A Beautiful World in 2003. He has gone on to release 2006's The Evolution of Robin Thicke, 2008's Something Else, 2009's Sex Therapy, and 2011's Love After War. He is married to actress Paula Patton, and they have a son Julian Fuego, born in April of 2010.
Meli'sa Morgan's solo career got off to a great start in 1985, as her cover of Prince's "Do Me Baby" topped the R&B chart. She was previously a part of the groups Shades of Love and High Fashion. She recorded for Capitol from 1985 to 1987, and enjoyed two more Top Ten R&B singles with "Do You Still Love Me?" and "If You Can Do It: I Can Too!" before moving to Arista. Her duet with Kashif, "Love Changes," earned her another R&B hit that year, reaching number two. Her 1990 album, "The Lady In Me" gave Morgan a Top 40 R&B chart hit with the New Jack Swing song "Can You Give Me What I Want.
Over a 15-year career, she has moved between various genres / styles (within the electronic spectrum), simultaneously pushing the limits of rock & pop. The first lady of drum n bass, her music has infiltrated club systems & car stereos worldwide, with her numerous forays into video game / motion picture soundtracks solidifying her pedigree, as one dance musicʼs most successful & prolific artists.