Gucci Mane

Other names of Gucci Mane: Radric Delantic Davis

Gucci Mane, whose actual name is Radric Delantic Davis, was born on February 12, 1980 to Ralph Everett Dudley and Vicky Jean Davis in Bessemer, Alabama, USA.. He is a rapper of American nationality who revolutionized the trap music of hip-hop.

While one of his parents was a former serviceman and power plant worker, the other was a teacher and social worker. His family had a strong military history with most of them working in the national army. Both of them met in the year 1978. However, his father later married another woman, and the relationship of the father-son became estranged.

Since Radric's mother was away from home to complete her education, his paternal grandmother raised him. He studied at Jonesboro Elementary. Victor, his elder half-brother, introduced Radric to the hip-hop music when he was six years old. His mother later started to date a guy from Atlanta, and Davis moved in with her. However, the relationship didn't last long, and they had to shift to Knights Inn which was mainly inhabited by criminals.

In Atlanta, he attended Cedar Grove Elementary School and was an active student. Unfortunately, during his time there, he got involved in drug dealing. Though initially, he didn't himself consume them, eventually he started smoking cannabis.

Although he didn't get involved in anything violent because of drugs, he faced some problems wherein some robbers robbed him. He also had to spend some time in jail. After going through several difficulties, he decided to pursue his passion for rapping seriously and began to manage Lil Buddy.

While working for him, he met Zaytoven, who signed him and together they created a label called LaFlare Entertainment. Simultaneously, he also linked as a member with the SYS Records' Sign Yourself Click. However, his struggle continued until Big Cat Records spotted him. He then allied with Khai's label and released a song called Black Tee.

Since then he has created some great music and albums like Trap House, Back to the Trap House, Hard to Kill, the remix of Boom Boom Pow, and much more. He has also acted in movies namely Birds of a Feather and Spring Breakers. He has ventured out into clothing sector as well with his fashion line Delantic. Gucci has also written his autobiography called The Autobiography of Gucci Mane.

He proposed to his girlfriend Keyshia Kaoir after a basketball game of Atlanta Hawks and married her on October 17, 2017. He is also a father of a ten-year-old son.

Terius Youngdell Nash English Actor

Terius Youngdell Nash

Terius Youngdell Nash popularly known by his stage name The-Dream is an American songwriter, singer and record producer. Terius was born on September 20, 1977, in Yanceyville, North Carolina, United States. When Terius turned two him, and his mother moved to Atlanta. Youngdell learned how to play the trumpet while in elementary school, after which he learned how to play the drum and guitar. While Nash was fifteen, in 1992 his mother passed on. This event inspired him to write songs, Terius says his mother is the reason he has a soft spot for women and written women empowerment songs such as Umbrella performed by Rihanna. In 2001 Terius met R&B producer, Laney Stewart, who helped him get a record deal after he wrote 'Everything' for B2K's album Pandemonium!. The record deal was under his artistic name, The-Dream, Terius began writing lyrics for famous artists. He co-wrote Me Against the Music with Britney Spears; He wrote Umbrella which was performed by Rihanna, and many more songs. In 2007 The-Dream signed a record deal with Def Jam Recordings and released his first studio album titled Love Hate, he co-produced the album as well, and it marked the beginning of his record producing and singing career. Throughout his career, The-Dream has won two BET Awards( Black Entertainment Television) the first one was the Best New Comer in 2008 and the second was the Viewers Choice Award in 2009. Aside from the BET Awards, The-Dream has also won four Grammy Awards for songwriting.


Rufus Wainwright

'Rufus Wainwright', whose birth name is Rufus McGarrigle Wainwright, was born on July 22, 1973 in Rhinebeck, New York, is an American-Canadian music composer, songwriter, and a singer. His parents' names are Kate McGarrigle and Loudon Wainwright III. Both of them were folk singers. When Rufus turned three, his parents divorced, and his mother shifted to Montreal with him. His father is a blood relative of Peter Stuyvesant, New Netherland's seventeenth-century Dutch governor. He completed his primary education from Millbrook School, New York and also studied how to play piano from McGill. By the age of thirteen, he could play it very well and began to tour with the McGarrigle Sisters and Family. It was a group of folk singers consisting of his sister, his mother, and his aunt. Opera influenced him a lot. His song named I'm a-Runnin from the movie Tommy Tricker and the Stamp Traveller won him a nomination at the mere age of fourteen. In his teenage years, he realized he is a gay and revealed it to his parents. His sexual preference troubled his parents, and they wouldn't like to talk about it. He also revealed that he’s also been a victim of sexual assault. His father was mighty impressed by his talent and introduced him to Lenny Waronker, the executive of DreamWorks, who later signed him. Since then he has released seven albums and has recorded for various films. Some of his songs and albums are All Days Are Nights: Songs for Lulu, Take All My Loves: 9 Shakespeare Sonnets, Leonard Cohen: I'm Your Man, Meet the Robinsons, and many more. He has also acted in few movies. In 2000, he became severely addicted to crystal meth which almost cost him his vision. His condition deteriorated further, and he began to experience hallucinations. In 2003, he enrolled himself in rehab. In early 2010, he lost his mother, and in the same year, he got engaged to Jörn Weisbrodt. In 2012, Rufus became the artistic director of Luminato, an annual festival of Toronto. Consequently, he and his partner shifted to Toronto. The couple is also parenting a child with Lorca Cohen, Rufus' childhood friend, and Leonard Cohen's daughter. He is very vocal about his political beliefs and is a firm believer in the fundamental right to liberty. In 2010, he publicly supported same-sex marriage. A biography named Kirk Lake: There Will Be Rainbows is available which chronicles his life and struggles.

Rufus Wainwright English Actor