Ace Wilder Alice Kristina Ingrid Gernandt better known by her stage name Ace Wilder, is a Swedish singer and songwriter. She first received public attention while taking part in Melodifestivalen 2014.
Adassa Adassa is an American reggaetón, dance, r&b, pop singer-songwriter also known as the "Reggaetón Princess".
Albita Rodríguez Albita Rodríguez, known in her music career simply as Albita, is a Grammy-winning Cuban-American singer, producer and composer.
Alejandro Sanz Alejandro Sánchez Pizarro is a Spanish singer-songwriter and musician. For his work, Sanz has won a total of seventeen Latin Grammy Awards and three Grammy Awards. He has won the Latin Grammy for Album of the Year three times, more than any other artist.
Ana Rodríguez (singer) Ana Maria Rodríguez is a Cuban-American singer who has recorded under the stage names Ana and Mía. She relocated with her family to Miami, Florida in 1979. In 1984, Rodríguez signed to Parc Records when she was 10 years old.
Ann Curless Ann Curless-Weiss is a popular music singer, most notable for being a member of Exposé and as a McGraw-Hill Education sales rep.
Annette Snell Annette Snell was an American rhythm and blues singer who recorded in the 1960s and 1970s. She died in the Southern Airways Flight 242 crash.
Ariel Aparicio Ariel Aparicio is a Cuban-American pop-rock singer, songwriter, and guitarist based in Brooklyn, New York City. He has released three full-length albums.
Bernard Wright Bernard Wright is an American funk and jazz keyboardist and singer who began his career as a session musician and later released four solo albums. His mother is Roberta Flack.
Betty Wright Bessie Regina Norris, better known by her stage name, Betty Wright, is an American soul and R&B singer and songwriter, who rose to fame in the 1970s with hits such as "Clean Up Woman" and "Tonight is the Night".
Bigg D Derrick Baker, professionally known as Bigg D, is an American producer from Miami, Florida.
Billy Hayes (musician) Billy Hayes is an American musician and former drummer and back-up vocalist for Wavves and Jay Reatard.
Blake Jenner Blake Alexander Jenner is an American actor and singer. He is best known for winning the second season of the Oxygen reality competition series The Glee Project and his portrayal of Ryder Lynn in the Fox musical comedy-drama series Glee.
Blue Mitchell Richard Allen "Blue" Mitchell was an American jazz, rhythm and blues, soul, rock, and funk trumpeter, and composer, who recorded many albums as leader and sideman for Riverside, Blue Note, and Mainstream Records.
Bobby Pulido Jose Roberto Pulido Jr., known professionally as Bobby Pulido, is an American singer, songwriter, guitarist, and actor. He is credited for introducing Tejano music to a youthful crowd and became a teen idol and one of the most influential Tejano recording artists among Mexican American teenagers.
Borgeous John Borger, better known by his stage name Borgeous, stylized as BORGEOUS, is an American DJ and music producer.
Brika Briana Alexa Martinez, commonly known by her stage name Brika, is an American singer and songwriter. She releases music under independent record label Art House Records.
Cachao Israel López Valdés, better known as Cachao, was a Cuban double bassist and composer. He is considered one of the most influential charanga bassists of all-time, the co-creator of the mambo and a master of the descarga.
Cainon Lamb Cainon Renard Lamb, professionally known as Lamb or Lambo, is a Grammy-nominated, American record producer, composer and songwriter from Miami, Florida. He has worked with the likes of Beyoncé, SWV, Missy Elliott, Monica, Keyshia Cole and Jazmine Sullivan.
Camila Cabello Karla Camila Cabello Estrabao is a Cuban American singer and songwriter. As part of the girl group Fifth Harmony, Cabello and her bandmates released one EP and two studio albums. Her departure from the group was announced in December 2016.
Candace Marie Candace Marie Celmer is an American actress and singer–songwriter. She released her debut album Becoming a Real Girl on February 24, 2009 under record label Music da Foz.
Carmen Lombardo Carmen Lombardo was the younger brother of bandleader Guy Lombardo. He was a vocalist and composer.
Cécile McLorin Salvant Cécile McLorin Salvant is an American jazz vocalist. She was the winner of the first prize in the Thelonious Monk International Jazz Competition in 2010, releasing her first album, Cecile, shortly thereafter. Her second album, WomanChild, was released in 2013 on Mack Avenue Records.
Chayanne Elmer Figueroa Arce, better known under the stage name Chayanne, is a Puerto Rican Latin pop singer, actor and composer. As a solo artist, Chayanne has released 21 solo albums and sold over 30 million albums worldwide.
Chip Walbert Chip Walbert is a musician from Miami, Florida. He is best known for playing guitar in Until The End, Where Fear and Weapons Meet, and Destro. He is also known for his massive t-shirt collection and addressing everyone as "Sir".
Chris Price (musician) Chris Price is an American musician, record producer and songwriter best known as the producer of the 2014 album The Soul of All Natural Things by Linda Perhacs and as the producer of the 2016 album Rainbow Ends by Emitt Rhodes.
Chrissie Fit Chrissie Marie Fit is an American actress and singer. In 2007, Fit rose to prominence after she was cast as the character Mercedes Juarez in the medical drama, General Hospital.
Chris Smither William Christopher Smither is an American folk/blues singer, guitarist, and songwriter. His music draws deeply from the blues, American folk music, and modern poets and philosophers.
Christopher Owens Christopher David Owens is an American singer, songwriter, and musician. He is best known as the frontman and songwriter for the now-disbanded indie rock band Girls. He released his debut album as a solo artist, Lysandre, in January 2013.
Clay Hart Clay Hart is an American country music singer and guitarist who was a member of The Lawrence Welk Show television program from 1969 to 1975.
Coro (singer) Coro is a Latin freestyle singer and actor of Cuban and Dominican heritage, who first had roles in numerous episodes of the star's hit television series, Miami Vice. While appearing on Vice, Coro struggled to put together a group to get his singing career off the ground.
Craig Leon Craig Leon is an American-born record producer, composer and arranger currently living in England.
Cris Cab Cristian Cabrerizo, better known by his stage name Cris Cab is an American singer-songwriter and musician who has released a number of EPs, a mixtape, Echo Boom, and has become well known with his international hit "Liar Liar". He is signed to Island Def Jam Records and Island Records.
Cristian Amigo Cristian Amigo is an American composer, improviser, guitarist, and ethnomusicologist of Chilean birth. His compositional and performing output includes blues and soul, music for the theater, chamber and orchestral music, opera, avant-jazz and rock music, and art/pop song.
Danny Berrios Danny Berrios is an American Christian music singer-songwriter and televangelist. Son of Puerto Rican preacher Jose Pepito Berrios and Clara Berrios.
Dara Maclean Dara Joy Maclean is an American contemporary Christian singer and songwriter born in Miami, Florida and raised in Fort Worth, Texas, ever since she was eight years old. On July 12, 2011 Maclean released the album entitled You Got My Attention, her first full-length studio album.
David Archuleta David James Archuleta is an American singer-songwriter, musician, and actor. At ten years old, he won the children's division of the Utah Talent Competition leading to other television singing appearances. When he was twelve years old, Archuleta became the Junior Vocal Champion on Star Search 2.
David Binney David Binney is an American alto saxophonist and composer living in New York City.
David Chesky David Chesky is an American pianist, composer, producer, arranger, and co-founder of the independent, audiophile label Chesky Records. He is also co-founder and CEO of HDtracks, an online music store that sells high-resolution digital music.
David Siegel (musician) David Siegel is an American producer, songwriter and musician based in Los Angeles, CA. He is best known for co-writing Escape recorded by Enrique Iglesias in 2002, as well as co-writing a three-times certified platinum song by the RIAA. Whatever You Like recorded by T.I. in 2008, which remained...
Debbie Harry Deborah Ann Harry is an American singer-songwriter and actress best known as the lead singer of the new wave band Blondie. Her recordings with the band reached the number one position in the United States and the United Kingdom on multiple occasions from 1978 to 1981.
Deborah Cox Deborah Cox is a Canadian R&B singer-songwriter and actress. Her 1998 song "Nobody's Supposed to Be Here" held the record for longest-running number one single on Billboard's Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles & Tracks chart, a record held for nearly eight years.
Desmond Child Desmond Child is an American musician, songwriter, and producer. He is a member of the Songwriters Hall of Fame. He is the son of Hungarian father Joseph Marfy and a Cuban songwriter Elena Casals.
Disco Rick Disco Rick is a Miami bass hip-hop musician who has served as performer and producer over the past 15 years.
DJ Craze DJ Craze, is a Nicaraguan American DJ and record producer who plays hip hop, Miami bass, trap, breaks, dubstep, drum and bass, and practices turntablism. He is the only solo DJ in history to claim the DMC World DJ Championships trophy three times consecutively.
DJ Loco Alban Rockefeller "Loco" is an American-Albanian electro house musician, Grammy Award winner, record producer, mixing hip hop and electronic music, club promoter, and the founder of Loco Records, known for energetic live shows.
DJ Uncle Al "DJ Uncle Al", born Albert Moss in Miami, Florida, was an American DJ.
Dorothy Hindman Dorothy Hindman is an American composer and music educator.
Dray Skky Dray Skky is an American songwriter born in South Carolina, and raised in Miami, Florida.
Dre (producer) Cool & Dre are a team of American record producers and songwriters from North Miami, Florida, consisting of Marcello "Cool" Antonio Valenzano and Andre "Dre" Christopher Lyon.
Drew Correa Andrews Correa, professionally known as Drew Correa, is a Brazilian-born American music producer from Miami, Florida. Born in Florianópolis, Correa moved to the United States at the age of four, and began his career in the hip hop industry at the age of 16, when he worked as a disc jockey.
Ella Washington Ella Washington is an African-American former R&B and gospel singer, described as "an outstanding Southern soul vocalist" and best known for her 1969 hit "He Called Me Baby". She later became a church pastor.
Ellen Taaffe Zwilich Ellen Taaffe Zwilich is an American composer, the first female composer to win the Pulitzer Prize for Music. Her early works are marked by atonal exploration, but by the late 1980s she had shifted to a post-modernist, neo-romantic style.
Emily Estefan Emily Estefan is a drummer, guitarist, singer and songwriter of Cuban American descent. She is the daughter of Emilio Estefan and Gloria Estefan. Estefan has produced and directed her own debut album Take Whatever You Want.
Emily Piriz Emily Marie Piriz is an Cuban-American singer from Miami, Florida, who finished in 12th place on the thirteenth season of American Idol in 2014.
Enrique Iglesias Enrique Miguel Iglesias Preysler is a Spanish singer, songwriter, actor and record producer. He is widely regarded as the King of Latin Pop.
Eugene Wilde Eugene Wilde is an American R&B singer and songwriter, who had two #1 hits on the US R&B charts in the 1980s.
Evie Dolan Eva Quinn Dolan is an American musician and actress, best known for originating the role of Katie in the Broadway adaption of School of Rock.
Farnell Newton Farnell Newton is a composer and trumpeter. He was born in Miami, Florida. He moved to Philadelphia in 1992, where he attended the Philadelphia High School for Creative and Performing Arts.
Fern (rapper) Fernando Miranda, who goes by the stage name Fern and sometimes FERN, F.E.R.N. or Fernie, is an American Christian hip hop musician. He is part of the duo Social Club Misfits, together with his partner, Marty. His first EP, 68 and Douglas, was released in 2015.
Freddie Colloca Federico Damian "Freddie" Colloca is an Argentine-American Christian musician, pianist, and worship leader. He has released two noteworthy studio albums, Dance El Ritmo, in 2001, and Unconditional, in 2002, both with One Voice Music. He was nominated for a GMA Dove Award in 2002.
Gawvi Gabriel Alberto Azucena, who goes by the stage name Gawvi, formerly G-Styles, is an American Christian hip hop artist and music producer for Reach Records. His career commenced in 2008, doing production work for Lecrae and Trip Lee, who continue to be his most consistent collaborators.
George McCrae George Warren McCrae, Jr. is an American soul and disco singer, most famous for his 1974 hit "Rock Your Baby".
Giovanni Niubo Giovanni Damien Niubo is an American actor and singer best known for his role on Lincoln Rd.
Gloria Estefan Gloria Estefan is a Cuban-American singer, songwriter, actress, and businesswoman. She started off her career as the lead singer in the group called "Miami Latin Boys" which was eventually known as Miami Sound Machine.
Grachan Moncur II Grachan Moncur II was an American jazz bassist with the Savoy Sultans. He is the half-brother of Al Cooper and the father of jazz trombonist Grachan Moncur III.
Howard Johnson (soul singer) Howard Johnson is a former American soul/disco singer, and founder of the group Niteflyte. He charted two songs on the Hot Dance Music/Club Play chart during the eighties - "So Fine," which spent one week at #1 in 1982, and "Let This Dream Be Real," which reached #19 in 1984.
Hulk Hogan Terry Gene Bollea, better known by his ring name Hulk Hogan, is an American semi-retired professional wrestler, actor, television personality, entrepreneur and musician.
Induce (musician) Ryan Smith, better known by his stage name Induce, is a Los Angeles-based American DJ, music producer, singer, and writer. He works in a variety of musical genres, particularly hip hop, rap, and soul, and has won regional and national recognition for his DJing and singing.
Infamous (producer) Marco Rodriguez-Diaz, better known by his stage name Infamous or DJ Infamous, is an American Grammy Award-winning record producer and 3 time world champion DJ from Miami, Florida.
Isaac Opus Isaac Opus is a R&B and hip-hop record producer and singer who was born in Miami and was raised in Fort Lauderdale.
Jack Sherman Jack Sherman is a guitarist best known as a member of the Red Hot Chili Peppers, playing on their debut album.
Jaime Hinckson Jaime Hinckson is a Jamaican American reggae jazz pianist and composer who performs both jazz and reggae music. Hinckson's unique improvisational style draws from traditions of jazz and other genres, with a strong Caribbean influence.
Jason Derulo Jason Joel Desrouleaux, known professionally as Jason Derulo, is an American singer, songwriter, and dancer.
JD Natasha JD Natasha is an American rock musician. She began her musical career as a solo singer-songwriter, singing and accompanying her music on the guitar. Later, she began to co-found other ensembles.
Jennifer Green Jennifer Green is a dance music artist from Miami, Florida whose Mike Rizzo-produced single "How Can I Be Falling" was major hit on the Billboard Hot Dance Music/Club Play chart, going all the way to #1 in the April 2, 2005 issue.
Jerome Smith (musician) Jerome Smith was a guitarist at TK Records in Miami, Florida, who was a member of KC and the Sunshine Band.
Jim Camacho James Emanuel Camacho is an American singer/songwriter and former front man for the rock group The Goods.
Jimmy Garrison James Emory Garrison was an American jazz double bassist born in Americus, Georgia. He is best remembered for his association with John Coltrane from 1961 to 1967.
Jive Jones Jive Jones, JIVEjones, or simply JIVE is a singer, songwriter, producer, model, and actor born and raised as Denny Kleinman in Miami, Florida. He released his debut solo album Me, Myself, & I on Jive Records.
John Mark Painter John Mark Painter is an American musician and songwriter. He is best known for his role, with his wife, singer Fleming McWilliams, in the rock duo, Fleming and John.
Johnny Goudie John Charles "Johnny" Goudie is a Cuban-American singer, songwriter, multi-instrumental musician, record producer, actor, and podcaster based in Austin, Texas. In his four-decade career, he has received acclaim for his unique vocals and a musical style rooted in classic rock.
Johnny Rodgers (singer) Johnny Rodgers - An Ambassador of American Music is an internationally celebrated singer-songwriter, pianist, Broadway star, and recording artist whom The New York Times described as an entertainer "who Can't be found anywhere else" with "fused elements of Billy Joel, Peter Allen and Johnny...
Jon Ramer Jon Eliot Ramer is an American entrepreneur, civic leader, inventor, and musician. He is co-founder of several technology companies including Ramer and Associates, ELF Technologies, Inc., and Smart Channels.
Jon Secada Jon Secada is a Cuban American singer and songwriter. Secada was born in Havana, Cuba, and raised in Hialeah, Florida. He has won two Grammy Awards and sold 20 million albums since his English-language debut album in 1992. His music fuses funk, soul, pop and Latin percussion.
Jorge Mejia Jorge Andres Mejia is a Colombian-born American composer, singer-songwriter and music industry executive, who is a President at Sony/ATV Music Publishing. Mejia studied at the New World School of the Arts, the New England Conservatory of Music, and the University of Miami.
Jorge Moreno Jorge Moreno is an American musician of Cuban descent.
Jorges Jorge Gonzalez-Graupera, also known by the stage name Jorges, is a singer-songwriter based in Miami, Florida, USA.
José Fors José Alberto Fors Ferro is a Mexican singer and artist best known as the leading member of the bands Cuca and Forseps.
Judy Cheeks Judy Cheeks is a singer and actress who has worked with other musical artists as well having her own solo career in the 1970s and 1980s as a soul and R&B singer, before returning in the 1990s when she released more dance-orientated music.
Julio Iglesias Julio José Iglesias de la Cueva, better known as Julio Iglesias, is a Spanish singer and songwriter.
Kane Beatz Daniel Andrew Johnson, professionally known as Kane Beatz, is an American record producer and songwriter from Orlando, Florida.
Kerrie Roberts Kerrie Roberts is an American contemporary Christian artist. She has released two albums and one EP under Reunion Records. She has also released a standalone single in 2005.
LaGaylia Frazier LaGaylia Frazier is an American-born Swedish singer who specializes in R&B and jazz.
Lauren Giraldo Lauren Giraldo is an American singer, actress, producer and advocate. Giraldo grew up in Miami, Florida and is of Colombian and Spanish descent. Giraldo studied musical theater as a child in Miami and moved to Los Angeles to follow an entertainment career.
LunchMoney Lewis Gamal "LunchMoney" Lewis is an American rapper, singer, songwriter and record producer. He is best known for his 2015 single "Bills", which topped the charts in Australia and peaked within the top ten in New Zealand and the United Kingdom.
Marcus Strickland Marcus Strickland is an American jazz soprano, alto and tenor saxophonist who grew up in Miami, Florida who currently lives in New York City.
Maria Vidal Maria Vidal is an American singer-songwriter, who had one hit single with the song "Body Rock" in 1984; it also reached #8 on the US dance charts, #5 in South Africa and #11 in the UK.
Marty (rapper) Martin Lorenzo Santiago, who goes by the stage name Marty and sometimes Marty Mar, is an American Christian hip hop musician. He is part of the duo, Social Club Misfits, with his partner, Fern. His first extended play, Marty for President, was released in 2015.
Marvis Martin Marvis Lynn Martin is an American operatic soprano, best known for her concert performances and recitals, including her renditions of Joseph Canteloube's Songs from the Auvergne, and of Bess in Bobby McFerrin's touring concert version of Porgy and Bess.
Michael O'Brien (musician) Michael David O'Brien is an American Christian musician and worship leader, who primarily plays Christian pop and contemporary worship music. He has released eight solo albums, since 1990. He was a touring member of the Heritage Singers, before becoming a full-fledged member of NewSong, in 1999.
Michael Stephans Michael Stephans is a jazz drummer, writer, poet and college professor.
Michael Sterling (musician) Michael Sterling is an American composer and musician from Miami, Florida which he also received the key to Metropolitan Miami Dade County. He is married to Irene Rena Sterling.
Mickey Roker Granville William "Mickey" Roker was an American jazz drummer.
Mike Malinin Michael Theodore Malinin is an American musician best known for his work as the long-time drummer of the Goo Goo Dolls.
Minerva Herrera Minerva Herrera was a popular Cuban folk singer, who performed as part of the duo Martín y Minerva. She is perhaps best known as the mother of Albita, the Grammy-winning Cuban-American singer, producer and composer.
Miriam Sandler Miriam Sandler is an American Jewish singer and dancer. She was a prolific backup singer during the 1990s for Latin pop artists like Jon Secada and Gloria Estefan before becoming a baalas teshuva. As a religious singer, she released her debut solo album, The Solution, in 2008.
Myron Walden Myron Walden is a jazz saxophonist and bass clarinetist.
Nadia Turner Nadia Turner is an American singer, songwriter, actress and radio/television personality. She rose to fame in 2006 as a contestant on the fourth season of American Idol and finishing in eighth place.
Nil Lara Nil Lara is a Cuban-American musician from Miami, Florida who is a singer, guitarist and songwriter, playing the tres, the six-stringed Cuban guitar, and the cuatro, a Venezuelan guitar.
Panama Francis David Albert "Panama" Francis was an American swing jazz drummer.
Pedro Knight Pedro Knight Caraballo was a Cuban musician, and the husband and manager of singer Celia Cruz.
Push Button Objects Edgar Farinas, better known by his stage name Push Button Objects, is an American hip hop producer from Miami, Florida. He is one half of Ko-Wreck Technique along with DJ Craze. Push Button Objects has released recordings for labels such as Chocolate Industries, Skam Records and Schematic Records.
Rachel Goodrich Rachel Goodrich is an American musician from Miami, Florida. Her music has been described as an "eclectic blend of vaudeville-inspired indie pop, swing-jazz and country-folk."
Ralph Sall Ralph Sall is an American record producer, music supervisor, composer, songwriter, and screenwriter.
Rawsrvnt Eduardo "Eddy" Ignacio Puyol, who goes by the stage name Rawsrvnt, is an American Christian hip hop artist, speaker, songwriter, and record producer. He has released seven studio albums, five extended plays, several singles, and a compilation album with greatest hits.
Ray Guell Raymond Guell, better known as Ray Guell is a singer and composer of Freestyle music. His biggest hits in music is "Love Will Come" and "Love Is the Answer", which reached positions # 22 and # 32 respectively in Hot Dance Club Songs.
Richard Shelter Richard Shelter is an iconic figure who changed South Florida's culture in the mid-1980s. Richard Shelter was an integral part of the South Florida punk rock scene.
Robert Thomas Jr. (percussionist) Robert Thomas Jr. is an American jazz percussionist and hand drummer. He is known as an innovator in Be-bop and hand drumming, and has been nominated for two Grammy awards. He is also a visual artist, working as a painter.
Rodney Kendrick Rodney Kendrick is an American jazz pianist, bandleader, composer, and producer. He has been described as a "hard swinging player and composer with a delightful Monkish wit and drive."
Ruen (DJ) Ruen is an American DJ and producer based in Miami, Florida, United States. Born in Newport Beach, California, Ruen spent his childhood playing guitar and bass before turning to DJing Ruen moved to Miami pursuing a career as a DJ in 2003.
Russell Thomas Russell Thomas is an American operatic tenor. He has performed leading roles at some of the worlds leading opera houses, including the Metropolitan Opera, Los Angeles Opera, the English National Opera, Deutsche Oper Berlin, and the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, among others.
Salaam Remi Salaam Remi Gibbs is an American record producer from Miami, Florida. He is known for his association with Nas, Amy Winehouse, Fugees, Fergie, Estelle and Miguel, and for his reggae-tinged approach to production.
Sam Moore Samuel David Moore is an American vocalist who was a member of the soul and R&B group Sam & Dave from 1961 to 1981. He is a member of the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, the Grammy Hall of Fame, and the Vocal Group Hall of Fame.
Sarabeth Tucek Sarabeth Tucek is an American singer and songwriter. Her self-titled first album was released in 2007, with a second album Get Well Soon in 2011.
Scott Earl Holman Scott Earl Holman is a jazz pianist, composer and recording artist also recognized for his contributions to the Chicago jazz community.
Sidney Foster Sidney Foster, born Sidney Earl Finkelstein, was an American virtuoso pianist and teacher. He studied with Isabelle Vengerova and David Saperton at the Curtis Institute of Music in Philadelphia, and in 1940 became the first winner of the Edgar M. Leventritt Award.
Stacks (rapper) Yannique Barker, known by his stage names Stacks and YNIQ, is an American hip hop musician.
Steve Aoki Steven Hiroyuki "Steve" Aoki is an American electro house musician, record producer, DJ, and music executive. In 2012, Pollstar designated Aoki as the highest grossing dance artist in North America from tours.
Steven Spence (musician) Steven Spence is an American musician, composer and drummer from the Miami metropolitan area in Florida. From 2007 to 2012, he was the drummer and keyboardist for the heavy metal band Black Tide.
Steve-O Stephen Gilchrist Glover, better known by his stage name Steve-O, is a British actor, stunt performer, producer, comedian, author, musician, and clown.
Stevie B Stevie B is an American singer, songwriter, and record producer, who was influential in the freestyle and Hi-NRG dance music scene of the late 1980s, mostly in Miami. Stevie B is perhaps best known for his 1990 number-one hit ballad "Because I Love You".
Supa Dups Dwayne Chin-Quee, better known as Supa Dups, is a Jamaican record producer, a drummer, and selector based in Miami, Florida. He is a member of the Black Chiney sound system. His father is a second generation Chinese Jamaican, and his mother is of Hakka Chinese, German, and African descent.
TEGI Jonathan Nieves known by his stage name TEGI, is an American DJ and record producer.
Teri DeSario Teri Lynn DeSario is an American singer-songwriter from Miami, Florida.
Terri Gibbs Teresa Fay "Terri" Gibbs is an American country music artist who is blind. Between 1980 and 1990, she recorded seven studio albums, including four for MCA Records and one for Warner Bros. Records.
Thurston Moore Thurston Joseph Moore is an American musician best known as a singer, songwriter and guitarist of Sonic Youth. He has also participated in many solo and group collaborations outside Sonic Youth, as well as running the Ecstatic Peace!.
Tom Gorrio Tom Gorrio is a Peruvian-American singer-songwriter based in Miami, Florida. Tom expressed early interest in music while growing up in the United States and traveling back and forth from Lima, Peru.
Uffie Anna-Catherine Hartley, better known by her stage name Uffie, is an American-French singer, songwriter, rapper, DJ, and fashion designer formerly signed to French electronic music record label Ed Banger Records.
William Burden (singer) William Burden is an American opera singer. Since his professional debut at the San Francisco Opera in 1992, he has performed in lead roles in North America and Europe.