Marta Marrero (born May 18, 1969 in Whittier, California, USA), better known as Martika, is a Cuban-American pop singer. As a child she dabbled in acting making her film debut as one of the dancing orphans in the film version of "Annie". As a teen she would star as 'Gloria' on the syndicated children's variety show 'Kids Incorporated'. After outgrowing her role, Martika would turn her focus towards her first love, music.
Jessye Norman (born September 15, 1945) is an American opera singer. Norman is one of the most admired contemporary opera singers and recitalists, and one of the highest paid performers in classical music. A true dramatic soprano with a majestic stage presence, Norman is associated in particular with the roles of A
Virginia "Gin" Wigmore is a New Zealand singer/songwriter who was born in Auckland, New Zealand, where she spent most of her childhood. However, while in Argentina at age 16 her father died of cancer. Upon her return to New Zealand, she articulated in song, the pain of losing her father. One of those early penned songs, “Hallelujah”, won the US-based International Songwriting Competition in 2004, when she beat 11,000 songwriting aspirants from 77 countries to become the youngest and only unsigned Grand Prize winner in the history of the ISC.
Born February 6, 1950, Natalie Cole is the daughter of celebrated crooner Nat King Cole, she was exposed to the greats of jazz, soul and blues at an early age and began performing at the age of 11. Her debut album in 1975, Inseparable, won her immediate praise, with the smash single This Will Be (An Everlasting Love) (#1 R&B, #6 Pop) winning her a Grammy for Best R&B Vocal Performance, Female, a category that had been monopolized by Aretha Franklin. She also was named the Grammys' Best New Artist of 1975. She attended the Northfield Mount Hermon School in Northfield, MA.
Shirley Natasja Clamp (born 17 February 1973 in Bor
Margaret LeAnn Rimes (born August 28, 1982, in Jackson, Mississippi) is a popular American country and pop music singer. Rimes emerged with her first single, "Blue," when she was just thirteen years old in 1996. She is most recognized for her crossover hit "How Do I Live" which, according to the Billboard charts, is one of the most successful songs in American music history, spending 69 weeks on the charts, more than any other song in American history. While country singer Trisha Yearwood's version of the song won a Grammy in 1998, Rimes' version outsold Yearwood's by millions of copies.
Marli (born October 12, 1983) is a brazilian independent singer/songwriter. She debuted in brazilian underground with O Olho do Tarado, which lifted the former housemaid to internet phenomenon. Her lyrics are often explicit, and most of them deal with lower-class woman's problems and feelings. With her four albums and two collections, Marli is considered the queen of the internet underground music.
Twilight Twitty (born 24. February 1996) is an American singer, actress, model and author already being touted as 'the next Madonna' and 'the biggest thing since the Holocaust' by media juggernauts such as Q Magazine and Oprah Winfrey. Twitty stormed onto the music scene in 2008 with her debut single "Boys & Girls", which reached the No#1 position in a staggering 34 countries. Her international tour in early 2009 came to an abrupt end when the singer was found guilty of cocaine possession and use, prompting the sensation to endure a brief stint in rehab.
The Freesia wants ta please ya.......the Freesia wants ta tease ya.......she plays with the birds and bees, yeah.......honey drippin'.
From the depths of the Thustleberry on her home planet, Freesia Prime, this curious creature fluttered from the stellarspheres to weave a new kind of magic into Terrans with her cosmotic recipe for Ticklish Tweeter Titillations. Drawing from the magic of the Thustleberry, Freesia weaves and whisks, sonic sieves and beats a bisque, coos a dewy dulce dream and loves a larksong into luscious listenability.
Gaby Amarantos is a singer and dancer from the city of Belém, in the northern state of Pará and comes from a family of Samba dancers. She's recorded a few CDs, a DVD, has been featured in newspapers and magazines and has made several appearances on Brazilian television shows. Her music sounds like a mashup of 90s Euro rave, moombahton, cumbia, and the kind of Hispanic electro-pop you hear in discos on holiday when you're out of your mind on budget cocktails. Like Gloria Estefan with techno knobs on – or rather, Glozzer in a clinch with Technotronic.