The Weeknd was born Abel Makkonen Tesfaye on 16 February, 1990, Toronto, Canada. The Weeknd immigrants to Canada parents are Samra and Makkonen Tesfaye. Before the Weeknd made it big, he worked folding shirts at an American Apparel retail store in downtown Toronto around 2010. The Weeknd Biography now.
Wunmi Mosaku, 5′ 9″ (1.74m) tall, was born in Zaria, Nigeria, on 31 July 1986. She emigrated to Manchester, where she attended Trinity Church of England High School and Xaverian Sixth Form College. Read Wunmi Mosaku Biography and Profile.
Princess Latifa, or Latifa bint Mohammed al-Makhtoum, is the daughter of Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid al-Maktoum. Princess Latifa was born on 5 December 1985. Sheikh Mohammed was partly educated in England. Read Princess Latifa Biography and Profile.
Born 11 September 1964, UK to Nigerian parents, Mo Abudu moved to Lagos in 1993 and spent more than a decade in the corporate world, where she launched a consulting firm and, later, a hotel. Mo Abudu, Nigerian media entrepreneur and talk show host, is the founder of Ebony Life TV.
MrBeast: In a recent video titled, “I Gave $500,000 To Random People,” Drake’s song “God’s Plan” plays over a montage of previous videos of Jimmy throwing out hundreds of dollars to strangers. He gave 3 million pennies ($30,000) to his 3 millionth subscriber, over tipped his cab drivers, and more. In one video he dropped $20,000 out of a drone.
Odetta gave life to the songs by workingmen and slaves, farmers and miners, housewives and washerwomen. Odetta once observed: “I’m not a real folksinger. I don’t mind people calling me that, but I’m a musical historian.”
BTS, an acronym of Bangtan Sonyeondan or “Beyond the Scene”, is a South Korean boyband that has been capturing the hearts of millions of fans globally. The members of BTS are RM, Jin, SUGA, j-hope, Jimin, V and Jung Kook. After bringing together the seven young artists, Big Hit Entertainment’s Bang Si-hyuk first debuted BTS to the world in 2013 with their first album 2 Cool 4 Skool and lead single “No More Dream” to moderate success. They also entered the Japanese market with a Japanese-language version of their single. BTS continued to release albums in Korean and Japanese and to tour Asia over the following years, with a few stops in the U.S. in 2015 for KCON.
“Irrfan Khan’s demise is a loss to the world of cinema and theatre,” tweeted Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi. “He will be remembered for his versatile performances across different mediums. My thoughts are with his family, friends and admirers.”
Manu Dibango, Cameroonian singer, best known for his hit single “Soul Makossa,” was born 12 December 1933. Dibango achieved a considerable success following in the U.K. with the disco hit “Big Blow,” and in 1998 he recorded the album CubAfrica with Cuban artist Eliades Ochoa. Manu Dibango died on Tuesday, March 24, 2020 after contracting the new coronavirus, his representatives have confirmed. Dibango was “a fatherly figure who was always ready to advise, hold the hand of younger musicians and lead them to success,” fellow musician and journalist Ateh Francis, also known as Bazore, said. Here’s Manu Dibango Biography and Profile.