poppers, pop rockers and pop rappers -
the established hit makers of today
and the stars of tomorrow - young
women with millions of fans and
YouTube followers. These multi-
talented artists sing, write their
films, host tutorial vlogs and
tour the U.S. and the world.
They richly deserve all the
recognition they are getting.
part 2 of this series, Float Upstream.
They're The Pride of Poughkeepsie (NY) -
the pop rock band Against The Current -
featuring their exciting lead singer
Chrissy has a lot going for her. When she's
not singing with ATC and collaborating with
other artists on recordings and videos, she
runs her popular YouTube channel and vlog
dispensing advice as a beauty guru.
Now please listen to Against The Current
performing "Talk," a song partly written
by Chrissy, from ATC's 2015 EP Gravity,
and see if you agree that Chrissy is
poised, polished and professional
as they come.
in Modern Material Girls. As you might recall,
Selena starred with James Franco in the movie
Spring Breakers (2012), filmed in and around
St. Petersburg, Florida, the area Shady has
called home for more than 32 years.
a singer, actress and style icon. In the
spring of 2015, Selena was featured
a hit single by Zedd, a Grammy
Award winning Russian-German
producer of electro house music.
boomers back to the 60s, 70s and 80s.
First, let's welcome for the second time
English child singing star Connie Talbot.
Connie, who turned 16 a week ago, sings
with maturity as she covers the 1964
Lesley Gore hit "You Don't Own Me,"
successfully covered in 2015 by the
Australian recording artist Grace.
and her brothers exploded on YouTube.
11 year old Angie conjures up the
King of Pop, Michael Jackson,
in this live performance!
show you was removed from YouTube.
skate dates were all the rage.
musical Roller Boogie. The intro seems to be
a mash-up of disco hits, "Doctor's Orders"
by Carol Douglas and "He's the Greatest
Dancer" by Sister Sledge. The song
Megan sings, "Silver Medal," has a
melody and arrangement that remind
me of Michael Jackson's late 1979 -
early 1980 single "Rock With You,"
one of the last hits of the disco era.
women could be the Mariah Careys,
Katy Perrys and Taylor Swifts of
the music industry by the time
we reach the Roaring Twenties
believe it's coming soon!