Natasha Mosley (Born October 3, 1990) is an American recording artist born and raised in Atlanta, Ga. Natasha, a rising R&B star, was featured on Jeremih’s hit single “All the Time” which also featured Lil Wayne, she was featured on YG’s song “459” and she also sand the hook on Tyga’s “M.O.E”. Natasha’s single “Anything” has over 7 million plays on Soundcloud and over 2 million views on Youtube. Natasha released her highly acclaimed debut album “Rose Hall” on May 25, 2015.
Houston native by way of Louisiana, King Hendricks is no new jack that got lucky, music was his predetermined destiny. Now a resident in the city of Syrup, King’s life story is one that could be narrated by him only.
Houston has earned a reputation of igniting the careers of street artists, transforming them into legends, and influencing the culture of hip-hop worldwide. King’s rugged upbringing gives validity to his controversial lyrics. His tenacity and unmatched work ethic helped to solidify his fan-base swiftly. His undeniable talent, helped him to ink a deal, with the Houston based label Str8Lace. Str8Lace has cultivated the talent of some of Houston’s hottest artists under the direction of its CEO Meechie.
King’s debut single “Can’t be touched,” has amplified his buzz and catapulted him to a new level of stardom. The viral track is the first of many to be released from his upcoming project “Addicted to Living.” His past and present singles continue to surpass the expectations of his peers, DJs, and the entire southern region.
As his movement continues to grow, King Hendricks is ready to take the music industry by storm, and take no prisoners.
At age 21, Keke Palmer is the youngest actress and the first African-American to portray Cinderella on Broadway, having established herself as one of the fastest rising stars of her generation. Her talents span film, television, and music alike, recently making TV history as the youngest talk show host. “Just Keke” premiered in June on BET and covers topics ranging from pop culture and social issues to relationships, fashion and celebrity interviews.
Most recently, Keke guest starred in the second season of Showtime’s Emmy-nominated series “Masters of Sex.” She also starred opposite Cicely Tyson, Blair Underwood and Vanessa Williams in Lifetime’s “A Trip to Bountiful,” which was also nominated for an Emmy Award.
Her credits also include, Akeelah and the Bee, Ice Age: Continental Drift, Joyful Noise, Shrink, The Longshots, The Cleaner, Nickelodeon’s “True Jackson, VP,” “90210,” “Cold Case,” “Law & Order: SVU,” “ER,” the DirecTV miniseries “Full Circle” and Lifetime’s TLC biopic “CrazySexyCool: The TLC Story.”
In addition to her acting, Keke has been hard at work in the music studio recording her new album. Keke also believes in giving back to the community, representing The Boys & Girls Club of America, Saving Our Daughters and Embrace Girls Foundation.