7-Time Grammy Award Winner and 12-Time American Music Award Winner
Carrie Underwood rose to fame as the winner of the fourth season of "American Idol", in 2005. She has received numerous awards and accolades, including seven Grammy Awards, 10 Billboard Music Awards, 14 ACM Awards, and 12 American Music Awards.
Claudja Barry is a singer, songwriter, and actress. Her successful songs were "Down and Counting", "Boogie Woogie Dancin' Shoes", and others. As an actress, she is known for performing in the European versions of the musicals "AC/DC" and "Catch My Soul".
Emmy Award Winner and 5-Time Grammy Award Winner
Richard Pryor was an American stand-up comedian, actor, and social critic. He was known for uncompromising examinations of racism and topical contemporary issues, as well as racial epithets. He won an Emmy Award and five Grammy Awards.
Lana Del Rey is a singer and songwriter. Her music has been noted by critics for its stylized cinematic quality, its preoccupation with themes of tragic romance, glamour, and melancholia. As of 2018, she has sold over 15 million albums worldwide.
The Marvelettes was recording group that achieved popularity in the 1960s. The group has received several honors including induction into the Vocal Group Hall of Fame, as well as receiving the Pioneer Award from the Rhythm and Blues Foundation.
Michael Jordan is a former professional basketball player. He played 15 seasons in the National Basketball Association (NBA) for the Chicago Bulls and Washington Wizards. He is the third-richest African-American, behind Robert F. Smith and Oprah Winfrey.
Ambassador of Conscience Award Winner (Amnesty International)
Colin Kaepernick is a football quarterback. In 2016, he became a national figure when he ignited a firestorm of controversy by choosing to kneel on one knee rather than stand while the national anthem was being played before the start of NFL games.