Auto-Tune pioneer T-Pain joins Silentó of “Watch Me (Whip & Nae Nae)” fame and The Voice’s Dia Frampton
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T-Pain: He spearheaded the use of Auto-Tune in hip-hop, has worked with artists including Kanye West and Bow Wow, and earned 11 Grammy nominations and 2 wins.
Silentó: Not many high-school seniors can say they have a ubiquitous Billboard Top 5 single, but this Georgian can. The rising hip-hop star’s massive hit “Watch Me (Whip/Nae Nae)” has been heard everywhere from TV promos to the BET Awards.
Dia Frampton: She was the runner-up on the inaugural season of The Voice. But she didn’t stop there. Since then her lilting vocals, multi-instrumental talents, and indie-pop sound have taken center stage in solo work and while performing with her band, ARCHIS.
Us The Duo: From singing six-second cover songs on Vine to appearing on Good Morning America and signing a record deal, this husband-and-wife folk-pop act has spread like wildfire, picking up millions of fans along the way.
Jessica Frech: This pop-tinged folk singer-songwriter behind YouTube music videos such as “People of Walmart” and “Speak Softer Love Louder” has amassed more than 12 million views and released one studio album: Reality.
Also Appearing: FrankZooJun | Keiyana Osmond | Stevie Henderson | Oli K | Courtney Cotter King | Steven Halliday Band | Gray McKenzie | House of Lewis | Jake Chamberlain