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profile name: Robert Burns profile occupation: Folk Hero, Poet
profile id: 37917
profile name: Alan Shepard profile occupation: Astronaut, Entrepreneur
profile id: 37770
profile name: Basil Rathbone profile occupation: Film Actor, Theater Actor
profile id: 38415
profile name: David M. Ogilvy profile occupation: Entrepreneur
profile id: 9349321
profile name: Robert Ingersoll profile occupation: Political Leader
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Learn more about TLC, the all-female R&B trio including Lisa "Left Eye" Lopes, Rozonda "Chilli" Thomas and Tionne "T-Boz" Watkins. The group had many hits in the 1990s, including four No. 1's—"Creep," "Waterfalls," "No Scrubs" and "UnPretty"—and their Grammy Award-winning second album, CrazySexyCool, sold more than 10 million copies.
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From Babylon to Zion, they are the international artists who have revolutionized reggae, a musical genre that originated in Jamaica in the 1960s. At that time, the genre took on a more pop-based sound. Over the past several decades, however, reggae music has transformed to include various sub-genres such as rocksteady, roots reggae and steppa. Our list of Reggae Artists includes musicians of various styles and experiences, from Rastafarians to raggamuffins to sapps, to everyday mon; read about world-renowned musicians like Toots Hibbert, Peter Tosh, Judge Dread, Alton Ellis and Bob Marley.
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Madonna unapologetically celebrated and monetized her sexuality when she began her career in the 1980s. Her bold behavior paved the way for other female performers—including Cyndi Lauper, Britney Spears, and Janet Jackson—giving them the freedom to explore previously taboo roles and take control of their image and career.
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