Michael Jackson was an American singer, songwriter, record producer, dancer, and actor. Called the "King of Pop", his contributions to music and dance, along with his publicized personal life, made him a global figure in popular culture.
Marvin Gaye was an American singer, songwriter and musician. He helped to shape the sound of Motown Records in the 1960s, first as an in house session player and later as a solo artist with a string of hits.
Martha Wash is a 2-time Grammy Award nominee, with a career spanning over thirty years. Known for her distinctive and powerful dramatic soprano voice, she first achieved fame as one half of the successful act Two Tons o' Fun.
Fun (stylized as fun.) is an American indie pop band based in New York City. It was formed by Nate Ruess, former lead singer of The Format, with Andrew Dost of Anathallo and Jack Antonoff of Steel Train.
Vanessa-Mae is a violinist with album sales reaching several million, having made her the wealthiest entertainer under 30 in the United Kingdom in 2006. She competed under the name Vanessa Vanakorn (father's surname) for Thailand in alpine skiing.
Clifton Edwards, known as "Ukulele Ike", was an American singer and voice actor who enjoyed considerable popularity in the 1920s and early 1930s, specializing in jazzy renditions of pop standards and novelty tunes.