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    The Roots
    The Philadelphia group showed the way for live rap, building on Stetsasonic’s “hip-hop band” philosophy of the mid-’80s by focusing on live instrumentation at their concerts and in the studio.
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    Jhene Aiko
    American singer-songwriter and recording artist from Los Angeles, California.
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    Matisyahu
    An American reggae and alternative rock musician with Jewish themes intertwined.
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    Sean Paul
    Grammy Award winning reggae and dancehall singer and rapper.
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    Jesse Johnson
    R&B artist, guitarist, songwriter, and producer.
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    Justin Timberlake
    Multiple Grammy award-winning pop artist, spawned hits like "Cry Me a River" and "Sexy Back."
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    Ne-Yo
    Grammy Award winning American R&B recording artist, record producer, dancer and actor.
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    Jennifer Hudson
    R&B recording artist, actress and spokesperson who came to prominence in 2004 as a finalist on the third season of American Idol.
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    John Legend
    Grammy award-winning American singer, songwriter, and actor, hits include "Everybody Knows," "P.D.A," and "Ordinary People."
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    Beyonce
    Grammy award-winning R&B artist who rose to fame in the late 1990s as the lead singer of Destiny’s Child.
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    Drake
    Grammy award-winning Canadian actor, rapper and singer.
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    Miguel
    American pop/R&B artist, songwriter and producer with hits such as "Adorn" and "Sure Thing."
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    Blinddog Smokin’
    Fatback funk, blistering blues, uptown horns and low-down grooves.
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    Gladys Knight
    A powerhouse of R&B and soul in the late 1960s and early 1970s, singer-songwriter, actress,businesswoman, humanitarian, and author.
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    Earth Wind & Fire
    One of the most important, influential, innovative and commercially omnipotent contemporary pop music bands of the 20th century.