celebrities

Music celebrities in the growing entertainment industry.

  • PAT CHANEY
    Published 6 days ago
    JIMI JEFFREY SLIGHT RETURN

    JIMI JEFFREY SLIGHT RETURN

    JIMI JEFFREY SLIGHT RETURN
  • Mimi Gonzalez
    Published 6 days ago
    Justin Timberlake is Not Bringing Sexy Back

    Justin Timberlake is Not Bringing Sexy Back

    I wonder how long it's going to take for the world to turn on Justin Randall Timberlake the way I did so many years ago. It seems like everyone is just under his spell, still captivated by his boyish good looks and his so-called talent. Well, I may be unpopular for saying this but I do not agree with anyone who says Justin Timberlake is talented or even a good interesting celebrity or person. If I must stand alone with these beliefs then stand alone I shall. Justin Timberlake never has and never will bring sexy back. This man is so entitled and mediocre that I literally cannot wrap my head around it, and I also can't wrap my head around the fact that people actually like him, they like his music, they like his persona, they enjoy watching his interviews, they send his songs shooting to number one AND he got asked to perform at the halftime Superbowl show 2 years ago, something that is only given to legends and superstars of the music industry. How can people think Timberlake is talented when he can barely carry a tune and he has never brought any creativity or long-lasting music to the world, he can’t even write his own songs! But above all else how can people actually support him after everything he has done to his fellow musicians? Appalling simply appalling, I am of course talking about his many clashes with none other than his ex-girlfriend Britney Spears, Janet Jackson, Prince, and NSYNC, amongst others of course.
  • Alexander Daniels
    Published 8 days ago
    Jupiterkami

    Jupiterkami

    Ricardo Morales, better knows by his stage name "Jupiterkami" is an artist with a very small fanbase. He's currently a 16-year-old rapper/singer from Dallas, TX that seems to have started his career with little to no knowledge about music. He originaly went by the stage name "Iced Ace" which was later changed to "Lonesoul777" and ultimately was changed to "Jupiterkami". While he originaly had more songs to his YouTube and Soundcloud account, he deleted most of his music on YouTube leaving his song "Anti, Valentine+". He has only released one song since then which was "PHANTOMHiVE+"
  • Az Lyrics
    Published 9 days ago
    Follow God - Kanye West Lyrics

    Follow God - Kanye West Lyrics

    Follow God - Kanye West Lyrics
  • dylan
    Published 10 days ago
    Can I have a Grande?

    Can I have a Grande?

    At 26 years old, Ariana has gone through loss three different times on very different scales. All three times, she has had every opinion through at her from her friends to people online. And every time she has come back stronger and a more developed person emotionally and mentally.
  • Christina St-Jean
    Published 11 days ago
    RIP, Kenny Rogers - A Hero To Many

    RIP, Kenny Rogers - A Hero To Many

    I remember growing up in Borden, Ontario, Canada, and listening to my dad's unending stream of country music. He was a farm kid from way back, and outside of a love of Elvis songs and music, if it was country, he listened to it. There was Mickey Gilley, the Statler Brothers, and The Oak Ridge Boys on a permanent playlist in my house, plus a singer I hadn't yet gotten familiar with: #KennyRogers.
  • SKYLERIZED
    Published 13 days ago
    Reason First: Why Did Fetty Wap Call Shawna Morgan a Thief?

    Reason First: Why Did Fetty Wap Call Shawna Morgan a Thief?

    Desiderius Erasmus once said that “In the land of the blind, the one-eyed man is king.” Single-sighted rapper Fetty Wap may be feeling closer to a pauper, now. In a defamation case, a judge ruled that Fetty violated a contract between him and Shawna Morgan, an ex-tour staffer. After the dust settled, Fetty is now being forced to pay just over a million dollars to Morgan. Not only did Mr. Wap not reimburse Morgan for paying out of her own pocket to finance his tours, but she stopped receiving the ten percent owed to her for working on those tours. Not only that, but Fetty damaged Morgan’s reputation by blasting her in the public claiming theft against her name.
  • J. D. Rogers
    Published 15 days ago
    Rising Star

    Rising Star

    Don't think I've seen anyone that that feels a song, that pours more emotion into a song, into a performance, than Courtney Hadwin. And performance is an important word. Courtney doesn't just sing, she performs, she puts on a show, even when she's sitting down. Never is that more obvious than in her covers of Harry Styles's Sign of the Times and Lewis Capaldi's Someone You Loved. Not to mention the Jonas Brothers Sucker and LilNasX's Old Town Road. Courtney's version of Sign was recorded live, with just her, a guitar, and a keyboard. There are no backing vocals, but when you have a voice like Courtney, you don't need backing vocals. Some singers are great in the studio, but a disappointment live. Then there are singers like Courtney, singers that have to be seen live to be appreciated. Even if it's just a recording of her singing live in the studio. Courtney can belt like no fifteen year old I've ever heard. Actually, she can belt like few singers I've ever heard, regardless of age. And I so love her belting. Doesn't matter what the song is, when she cuts loose and booms those notes out, I get swept away. Every single time. She can also throw grit on notes like few singers. One of the reasons she's been compared to Janis Joplin. Although Joplin couldn't belt like Courtney. That being said, it wasn't her belting on Sign of the Times that got my attention. It was her falsetto. Never in a million years did I expect someone that belts like Courtney, that can throw grit on notes like Courtney, to have a falsetto that was that soft, that pretty. And oh my gosh is it pretty. But if you love singers that belt, you won't be disappointed in Courtney's performance. When she gets to the chorus at the end of the song, she lets loose with that big booming chest voice, belting out the words we got to, we got to away, like few singers can. Her cover of Lewis Capaldi's Someone You Loved is packed full of emotion, which is pretty impressive for a fifteen year old that doesn't have a boyfriend. Courtney's ability to feel a song and then express those feelings through her singing is just one of the things that separates her from other singers. That and one of the coolest voices I have ever heard. When Courtney sings you don't have to ask who is that. She's got one of those unique voices you just recognize. So many female singers today sound the same. When you hear them you find yourself saying, "Who is that?" The first time you hear Courtney sing, you might ask who is that, but you'll never ask again. Her voice is that distinctive. In Someone You Loved she opens the song alternating between chest and head voice, keeping everything smooth. In the second half of the song she changes things up, belting out one verse then singing the next one in a soft falsetto, giving the song a distinctively Courtney feel without changing it up too much. Someone You Loved is a ballad, a love song, and Courtney makes sure it remains a love song, adding a soulful sadness to the song that only she can supply. She ends the song in falsetto, with a very soft, very sad "I was getting kinda use to being someone you loved." Perhaps the most impressive of Courtney's four covers is Old Town Road. She takes this country rap song by LilNasX and gives it a rocking edge. Courtney growls out the lyrics "gonna take my horse to that old town road" to the sound of an electric guitar with the gain turned up just enough to give the song a strong rock and roll vibe. If you love her belting as much as I do, you won't be disappointed. She belts out a good portion of the song and really cuts loose on the verse "can't nobody tell me nothing." Just to change things up she slows the last verse down and goes soft. Her way of letting you know the dance is over, but what a dance it was. I wasn't a big fan of the Jonas Brothers version of Sucker, but I do love Courtney's version, mostly because of the way she changes things up. She takes this pop song and gives it a rock and roll edge with her unique signature voice, throwing gravel on some verses, belting out others, letting you know she's not just another run of the mill squeaky voiced pop princess. And thank God for that. There's a reason those of us that have been around long enough to see multiple generations of performers, from Elvis to Harry Styles, are calling Courtney a generational talent, as in the kind of voice, the kind of talent that comes along once in a generation. If there were people in the music industry who didn't know who Courtney was before she did these four covers I guarantee they know who she is now. These four songs allowed her to flex her vocal muscles, and flex them she did, sending a message throughout the music industry that there's a new Star on the horizon one that's going to burn blindingly bright
  • Samantha Parrish
    Published 15 days ago
    Ivy Levan: The Dame of the Decade

    Ivy Levan: The Dame of the Decade

    When I watched the movie Spy (2015), During the opening credits, there was a song very reminiscent of a bond song, fitting for the movie. When I got home I had to find what that song was, and who sang this song. I found out it was and I had a plethora of songs she made to discover from this modern day dame.
  • Nancy D
    Published 17 days ago
    Why do I have a crush on PostMalone?
  • Danniel Fuentes
    Published 21 days ago
    Yo Hago Lo Que Me Da La Gana: The Rise of Bad Bunny

    Yo Hago Lo Que Me Da La Gana: The Rise of Bad Bunny

    Benito Antonio Martinez Ocasio, or better known by his stage name of Bad Bunny, has had an eventful year. From the recent release of his sophomore album YHLQMDLG, to performing at this year's Super Bowl halftime show with musical peers J-Lo, Shakira, and J-Balvin. Bad Bunny is at the top of the world right now, and has become the leading figure in the new generation of Spanish artists that have started to dominate the mainstream. And while he has many accomplishments that many established artists wish to achieve, his career is only at the beginning.
  • Phil Cartwright
    Published 26 days ago
    RIP Jessye Norman

    RIP Jessye Norman

    The American soprano Jessye Norman, sadly died of complications from a spinal cord injury aged 74, in September of last year. She was one of the most prominent singers in the last quarter of the 20th century. At her peak, her regal stage manner, brought her immense prestige and high fees.