The following artists are a few of my favourites. Ranging from soft indie to dance folk/pop, these gals are making it big, or for sure will be in the near future.
Despite initially failing to make an impression on reality TV, these celebrities still made it big. Welcome to MsMojo, and today we’ll be counting down our picks for the "Top 10 Famous Singers Rejected by American Idol."
The singer under Starship entertainment, a music label home to familiar artists such as Monsta X, and the late girl group Sistar, made himself known through a survival program called Produce 101, a survival show with 101 male trainees from various entertainment companies, or male idols who had already debuted plus individual trainees, broadcasted through the T.V network Mnet, and produced by CJ E&M.
It was a Wednesday morning, and Amy has just wrapped up another episode of The Real Show podcast, where she has deep one-on-one conversations. “I love the medium to reach people,” she says. “and bring out the fact that we all have the same fears, doubts, and insecurities.”
"Having strong enemies is a blessing." As if taken straight from the closing chapter of an autobiography, the chilling statement would soon become the late rapper's final Tweet.
..."and he's dope. I'm thinking Snoop, Dre, Chronic album, nothing but weed smoke... Game, Nipsey...—Tech 9
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XXXTentacion was a misunderstood rapper, who had a tough and hard childhood and life. June 18, 2019, Jahseh Dwayne Onfroy (XXXTentacion), got killed in a drive-by shooting, at the age of 20.
"Tell me what you want, what you really really want," is what the Spice Girls' smash song "Wannabe" said years ago when it was first released, and the crowds went wild for it.
Some artists, despite being uber-talented and possessing the skill set to shake the music industry, are simply “slept on.” It’s a clichéd phrase nowadays, but the truth is, in modern music, some musicians aren’t given enough credit for their craft, nor are their works treated with the attention and courtesy they deserve. Sure, the artist or band may be able to sell-out festivals on their own, but there’s still the lingering feeling that the mainstream media doesn’t quite give them the respect they deserve. However, despite this, they still manage to carve out their own legacy, and become trailblazers of their own movement, inspiring generations to come.
"Be Careful" — Belcalis Marlenis Almanzar.
The debate about art versus artist has run rampant, since the release of the documentaries Surviving R. Kelly and Leaving Neverland: Michael Jackson and Me. Both of these documentaries have us all questioning, whether we should completely ignore, and disregard their work, no matter how popular and successful they are.