There are a lot of similarities between Beyoncé and Rihanna is that they’re both successful female singe scoring numerous awards and nominations. The both had collaborated with Jay-Z with singles like Beyoncé “Crazy in Love” and Rihanna’s “Umbrella”. They both won Grammys Beyoncé with 20 Rihanna eight and billboard music awards Beyoncé with eight, Rihanna with twenty-three. They both count Whitney Huston as big influence. Both signed big record deals at an early age Beyoncé at fifth teen and Rihanna at fifth teen.
She rose to be famous with her first album “Mariah Carey”. Mariah Carey continued booking successes with her next few albums, Emotions, Music Box, Merry Christmas, and her highest selling act. Daydream made music history when it’s second single, “One Sweet Day” which was a duet with Boyz II Men. Awards/Honors Throughout Carey’s career she has collected many honors/awards. Which includes the World Music Award, Best Selling Female Artist of the Millennium, and The Grammy’s Best New Artist in 1991.
This was her first top ten single during her career. Some may argue that Respect was more popular, but I Never Loved a Man was more important as it gave her confidence in Atlantic Records along with confidence in her singing. It was smooth sailing after I Never Loved a Man as she had many more hits after that. It was easier produce popular songs after you produce your first because the general public begins to listen to all of your music. The music field is exponential meaning once you produce one good song, all of your other music becomes popular just because of your name.
When she was 19, Whitney Houston was discovered in a nightclub by the renowned Clive Davis of Arista Records, who signed her immediately and took the helm of her career as she navigated from gospel to pop stardom. Her debut album “Whitney Houston” became the biggest-selling album by a debut artist. Several hit singles, including 'Saving All My Love For You', 'How Will I Know', 'You Give Good Love', and 'The Greatest Love of All', were released from the album, setting her up for a Beatles-beating seven consecutive US number ones. In 1989 she teamed up with Aretha Franklin on the R&B hit "It Isn't, It
The Spice Girls made a huge difference in the Pop Culture, especially to girls in general. According to the Culture and Youth Studies, Women were moving into greater prominence in the pop music culture and girls are becoming a primary target. The needs and wants of this teenage female market seem to be what the writer and Pop Music Critic Ann Powers described as " their own desires, ambitions, and identities.” Many of us see also an idealistic streak in young women and men today. There were a couple artists that were noted as messengers of female dreams and aspirations, but during the year of 1997 the young newcomers; Spice Girls who have hit Platinum ( selling millions of copies ). When Spice Girls came out, they had a huge impact on teenage
She was one of the well-known pinups during WW11, whose photographs were served to increase the spirits of troops from all over the world. There was an enormous widespread and mass appeal due to her intense feminine beauty, where her photographs were constantly on display for her fans. With her sleek signature s-curl hairstyle draped over her right eye, the blond beauty was one of the most glamorous pinup models to grace the covers of magazines, newspapers, drawings, paintings and other types of media. Whenever Veronica stepped in front of a camera, she always managed to exude a strong, feminine natural
At a young age, Streisand figured out that she had a talented voice and had ambitions to become a famous actress. She started singing at nightclubs, which sparked her successful career. She played a role in a Broadway play, fell in love with the lead, and released fifty-three Gold albums, thirty-one Platinum albums, and fourteen Multi-Platinum albums during her career. As a charismatic entertainer, you are around fans that adore you and in return you adore your fans back. I believe based on her background and point of view Streisand was inspired to sing “People who need people are the luckiest people in the
Entertainment show Hundreds of viewers every afternoon tune into the two most controversial daytime entertainment TV shows hosted by Ellen Degeneres, with her humorous presentation & Oprah Winfrey 's talk show on a more serious note . Oprah, known for being a host, actress and philanthropist as well as one of the richest African American women, while Ellen is known for being a hilarious standup comedian & actress also being one of the most richest lesbians, both show a different point of entertainment but also have many similarities . Not only are they both known for their TV shows, but they also have been a part of many charity’s and positive contributions to our society. Two being the most successful women to air on television making millions of dollars, there road to success along with being such inspirational desirable people while putting a smile on those faces going through rough times. Fame did not come easily to either Oprah or Ellen, although both graduated from top universities.
During the 1950s more black actors were making their way into film. Dorothy Dandridge became very famous, due to her unique personality and beauty that won both black and white audiences. However, “it was apparent that never before has a black woman been so erotically and obviously used as a sex object” (Bogle 151). Although her acting brought her much fame, she did not have the right to own her own body. Hazel Scott, on the other hand, became a very important figure because of her outspoken personality, “a proud and demanding performer, who never tried to conceal … her color” (Bogle 109).
Second, her next successful film, Rachel Getting Married, was released in 2008. She won 10 awards and nominated 16 awards by this film, and it made her performance more famous in the world than the past. Next, the most successful of her film is Les Misérables (2012). Anne Hathaway plays Fantine who is a struggling factory worker,and she appeared on this in the first 20 minutes. Although she was a supporting actress, she won 35 awards and nominated 17 awards by this film.
RaVaughn presents the plight of a woman and her ex in her latest single titled “Stayed In The Lobby.” The beautiful vocalist is at it again, and this time she is telling the story like most of the females fear to tell it. Her compelling vocals deliver quite exceptionally, and this sound will leave you anticipating an album or EP from her. “Stayed In The Lobby” is a well-sung R&B hit that does a good job potraying a true story for most people in vivid details presented by an incredible voice. RaVaughn is one of the few female R&B singers who has never failed to impress. Her 2012 album, “Love Always The Introduction” gave us eight amazing songs with features by some of the most powerful singers in the industry.
Recalling Dido She had the crowd sing with her soulful and husky style of singing. The wider audience first known her as that croaky songstress side by side by Eminem on the hit single ‘Stan.’ It must be true that her appearance with Eminem allowed her to charm a wider scope of audience however, unknown to majority of worldwide music patrons, she is already a big thing in the UK. Even before she set foot in the US music arena, Dido has been a regular presence in the UK scene. She started in 1999 with the release of her debut album named ‘No Angel.’ Her song ‘Here with Me’ was a success that it even managed to climb top 4 on UK hit charts that time. This track’s favorable outcome glided and became a theme song for US Series ‘Roswell.’ This singer’s birth name is kind of mouthful – Dido Florian Cloud de Bounevialle O’Malley Armstrong.
Mariah Carey (born March 27, 1969 or 1970) is an American singer, songwriter, record producer, and actress. She rose to prominence after releasing her self-titled debut studio album Mariah Carey in 1990; it went multiplatinum and spawned four consecutive number one singles on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 chart. Under the guidance of Columbia Records executive and later husband Tommy Mottola, Carey continued booking success with follow-up albums Emotions (1991), Music Box (1993), and Merry Christmas (1994), and was established as Columbia 's highest-selling act. Daydream (1995) made music history when its second single "One Sweet Day", a duet with Boyz II Men, spent a record sixteen weeks on top of the Billboard Hot 100, and it remains the longest-running number-one song in U.S. chart history.
One of the most popular family names in all of America is the Kardashian-Jenner family. They are famous for their reality television show, Keeping Up With the Kardashians; all of their clothing lines, like DASH and Yeezy; and top of the line companies, with one created by the 18 year-old Kylie Jenner who also has her own cosmetic line. Each member of the family has something to be proud of for what they have accomplished, and risen up in the popularity chart. A lot of people know of them, but they don 't know how they became famous. Many people know who the Kardashians are, but don 't know how their lives were before fame, why they became famous, or how fame has changed their lives.
The white community has become some of the biggest fans and supporter of black rappers. We can take into account the success of Ms. Nicki Minaj herself. She is a platinum selling artist who has a diverse fan base selling out shows around the world. Nicki Minaj has let her talent build an empire for her. When watching clips from her shows on TV we see both white and black women standing side by side single along as Nicki Minaj