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    owns, operates, and takes the risk of a business venture. In only thirty-two years, Beyoncé Knowles-Carter has accomplished so many things, from music to business, she has made history. To begin her journey into the business world, Knowles focused on her singing career. At the age of sixteen Beyoncé and members of her former group Girls Tyme, predecessor of Destiny’s Child, signed a recording deal with Columbia Records in 1997. Later the group’s named changed and they made their debut with…

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    rapper, songwriter, singer, actress, model, television producer, record producer, and talk show host. She is even an activist for women rights. This women is the Queen of Rap/Jazz, and her name is Queen Latifah. The simplest thing can make a person start to love music. For this black women it was the nickname she had been given as a child. Queen Latifah was born Dana Elaine Owens on March 18, 1970, in Newark, New Jersey. When she was 8 years old, a Muslim cousin gave her the nickname Latifah,…

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    Miles Davis is one of the greatest jazz musicians. Davis’ career spans fifty years, which is almost unheard of in the music industry where careers tend to be short. His long career includes awards such as eight Grammy awards, a life time achievement Grammy, and three Hall of Fame awards. Through his music, Davis inspired many other musicians during his career. Davis is an icon in the jazz world, not only for his long career, but for revolutionizing the jazz genre. Without Davis’ influence, jazz…

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    Joan Baez is an American folk musician. Her music often contained messages of protest, calling for social justice (specifically, nonviolence, civil and human rights, and the environment). She began recording music in 1960, achieving immediate success as a folk singer, but since the countercultural movement, has diversified to rock, pop, classical, country, and gospel. Baez’s unique vocal style and political activism had a significant impact on popular music. She was one of the first artist…

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    Bob Marley Research Paper

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    Working on his abilities with Joe Higgs, Marley met Peter Tosh who will also be apart of the band. At the time Bob Marley was still a solo artist and he came across Lesile Kong, which liked his voice and had Marley record a few songs, the first one was “Judge Not”, which was released in 1962. He did not succeed as a solo artist so in 1963 Marley, Livingston, and Tosh formed a band known as the Wailing Wailers because they were ghetto sufferers. They recorded their…

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    accusation. Later the following year Michael settled the problem with the boy’s family out of court. So after that he married Elvis Presley daughter and then got divorced after two years of marriage. Then his music career started to go down but he made an album called Past, Present, Future, Book I, it included old hit songs and new ones which Scream earned a Grammy for such cool effects for the music video. Then he got accused of molesting a different thirteen year old in 2003. The jury found…

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    history? Well, I'm presenting a project about Kelendria Trene Rowland. She's better known as Kelly Rowland. She is a woman of many talents, such as artist, actress, dancer, songwriter and modeling. She was a very entertaining person in her career years. Kelly was born on February 11, 1981 in Atlanta, Georgia. Her father's name is Christopher Lovett and her mother's name is Doris Rowland Garrison. She has one sibling, Orlando Rowland. Kelly went to Lamar and Elsik Middle School.…

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    Michael Jackson effort for music and dancing did not just change pop culture, he revolutionized it, becoming the biggest star during the seventies, eighties and nineties. He made society rethink the entire industry of pop culture itself as he made famous for his music, videos, dancing and clothing. He bridged most of pop culture back then to what has become now. If it weren’t for Michael Jackson influencing society through his music many people who was inspired by his work wouldn’t be where they…

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    Lady Gaga Research Paper

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    music combines electric and pop music. The year of 2006 changed Gaga's life, she met her music producer, Rob Fusari. Rob and Lady Gaga began to mix work with pleasure and began dating. The…

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    50 Cent Ambition Essay

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    hospital, he signed to Columbia records where he recorded an album that was never released. The record label and music industry blacklisted him because of the controversial track called Ghetto Qur’an forcing him to go to Canada where he began building his reputation (Emery…

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