celebrities

Music celebrities in the growing entertainment industry.

  • The OtherNY
    Published a day ago
    I Met The King On LA Brea

    I Met The King On LA Brea

    Through my adventures in entertainment out in LA, I met and worked with some cool people. Some people became like family and still are, some people let LA eat their brain up, and I go “non-comm” on them. Of all the connections I’ve made in the city of angels, the most brief interaction end up being my most valued.
  • J.X. Leiva
    Published 4 days ago
    A Glass of Wine With a Few Legends!

    A Glass of Wine With a Few Legends!

    You Are Cordially Invited to Attend a Dinner Party!
  • Jide Okonjo
    Published 8 days ago
    7 Male Nigerian Singers Who Are Surprisingly Good Dancers
  • Scott Adlai Stevenson
    Published 10 days ago
    A TRIBUTE TO JIMI HENDRIX

    A TRIBUTE TO JIMI HENDRIX

    Rainbow Bridge, My Summer of Love
  • Annie Williams
    Published 16 days ago
    How Lisa Became The Biggest Female Kpop Idol

    How Lisa Became The Biggest Female Kpop Idol

    Lalisa Manoban. Main Dancer, Lead Rapper, and Vocalist of the supergroup Blackpink under YG. Lisa has almost 40 million followers on Instagram, making her the most followed Kpop idol, and has fancams that accumulated to 100 million views together. Lisa is also a global ambassador for top brands such as Celine and BVLGARI. She is a superstar that shines brighter than the sun, but how did Lisa become one of the biggest female idols? Why did Lisa become an international icon? Well, today we shall investigate and see how Lisa became the biggest female idol.
  • Jide Okonjo
    Published 17 days ago
    Singer Lola Rae's Controversial New Photos Has Everyone Talking (7 Full Photos).
  • Jide Okonjo
    Published 18 days ago
    "This Strategy Worked, It Got Their Attention" - Tiwa Savage Reveals HOW She Made It In Nigeria.

    "This Strategy Worked, It Got Their Attention" - Tiwa Savage Reveals HOW She Made It In Nigeria.

    Who better to learn from than the queen of Nigerian music herself.
  • nicole gibson
    Published 21 days ago
    NKOTB THEN & NOW

    NKOTB THEN & NOW

    Flashback 1989...I am sitting on my bedroom floor, braces and a bad perm flipping through American teen magazines while "Step by step....ooh baby...gonna get to you girl" blares from the stereo. As an Aussie teen, dreamed of one day meeting her favorite boy band from Boston, USA - New Kids on the Block.
  • Jide Okonjo
    Published 24 days ago
    DJ Cuppy Replies Twitter User Who Said She's Getting Uglier and Fatter
  • Bryana Fern
    Published 24 days ago
    Happy Birthday, Freddie!

    Happy Birthday, Freddie!

    Who could have known that on September 5, 1946 in Zanzibar (now Tanzania), a legend would be born? Mercury, or at that time, Farrokh Bulsara, born to Parsi-Indian parents Bomi and Jer Bulsara, would have said he always knew. He became known for his confidence and showmanship that was rivaled by no other, and he always felt that he had that something extra.
  • Aria Loves
    Published 24 days ago
    My Childhood Celebrity Crush

    My Childhood Celebrity Crush

    We can all remember that we have had a number of celebrity crushes in our lifetime. We can face it that some of them we have completely forgot as time has passed us by growing up in life’s movements. Like who was the very first one that we ever had? Can some of us even remember? At first I couldn’t. I had various different favorite musical artists while I was growing up that I would idolize. Some of them being The Hanson Brothers, Green Day, Amy Grant, Hilary Duff, Switch foot, Eminem, Reliant K, and so many more I would play on the radio growing up. If I had their CD or CD containing their music I would play it on replay singing along.
  • Julia Alfred
    Published 24 days ago
    Backstreet's Back Alright!

    Backstreet's Back Alright!

    I was 8 years old when I saw him singing on the tv. In my head, he looked like an angel and sang like one too. His smile was one you could not ignore and his eyes were piercing blue, and still are, and that’s to show how close to the screen I was.