Canadian singer and songwriter Justin Bieber was discovered via YouTube and subsequently went on to become a teen pop sensation. By age 25 he became the youngest solo artist to achieve seven number-one albums in the US. Bieber has received many accolades, including a Grammy Award. He’s also had his share of controversies and run-in with the law.
One of the most successful Canadian recording artists, singer-songwriter, the Weeknd, holds several chart records and has won numerous awards, including three Grammy Awards. Despite a difficult childhood marred by drug abuse and violence, he persevered and worked hard to emerge as a beloved music star. He is actively involved in philanthropy.
Canadian pop singer Shawn Mendes is known for catchy and soulful folk-pop songs. Stitches, Treat You Better, There's Nothing Holding Me Back, In My Blood, If I Can't Have You and Senorita are some of his popular and chartbuster songs. He was named by the Time Magazine in 2018 as one of the 100 most influential people in the world.
Michael Bublé is a Canadian record producer, singer, and songwriter. He gained international recognition after releasing his fourth studio album It's Time. Also known for his charity work, Michael Bublé was part of a charity concert where he pledged a donation of A$50,000 to those affected by the Black Saturday bushfires in Australia.
Paul Anka is a Canadian-American actor and singer-songwriter. As a songwriter, he has contributed to the success of popular musicians, such as Tom Jones, Frank Sinatra, and Michael Jackson. He has also contributed to the theme of The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson. Also known for his business ventures, Anka is credited with opening the popular restaurant and club, Jubilation.
The son of legendary English drummer and singer Phil Collins, Simon Collins is now an established drummer and singer and has also been the lead vocalist of the British progressive rock band Sound of Contact. He is known for his albums such as U-Catastrophe and Time for Truth.
Corey Hart is a Canadian singer-songwriter best known for his hit singles, Never Surrender and Sunglasses at Night. In a career spanning over 35 years, Hart has released successful albums like Boy in the Box which peaked at number one on the Canadian Albums Chart. He has been inducted into the Canada's Walk of Fame and Canada's Music Hall of Fame.
Darren Espanto is a Filipino-Canadian actor and singer best known for his cover songs. He achieved popularity after appearing in the popular Philippine reality singing TV competition, The Voice Kids. Over the years, Darren Espanto has received several prestigious awards, such as Awit Awards, Box Office Entertainment Awards, Myx Music Awards, Wish Music Awards, and PMPC Star Awards for Music.
Known for his unique style which has been greatly influenced by Middle Eastern melodies, Lebanese-Canadian singer and composer Massari began his journey in early 2000s, incorporating in his music, elements of R&B, pop and hip hop, winning several awards and nominations for that. Fluent in English French and Arabic, he has also been highly influenced by Syrian singer George Wassouf.
Known for his friendly and calm demeanor, Canadian artist Shawn Fernandes, better known as Shawn Desman, has soared to fame with his singles such as Dum Da Dum and Nobody Does it Like You. The Juno Award winner had decided to be a singer at the tender age of 9.
Zion Kuwonu had begun posting his videos on Instagram back in 2014 and now has over 560 thousand followers on the platform. He later soared to fame as part of the five-member band PRETTYMUCH. The Canadian-American pop singer has also been part of the Awesomeness TV program The Carpe Life.
Christian Lalama is a Canadian singer, multi-instrumentalist, and performer who started performing along with the popular Kid Mitchell Band when he was just 10 years old. Since then, he has created his own music by incorporating elements of pop and R&B. He has also released a couple of singles by signing a deal with Atlantic Records.
Josh Bogert is a Canadian actor best known for playing the role of Miles in the Canadian drama series Backstage. Created by Lara Azzopardi and Jennifer Pertsch, Backstage is about a performing arts high school. Also known for his skills as a musician, Bogert has performed in venues like Toronto's Budweiser Stage, Halifax's Scotiabank Centre, and Ottawa's Canadian Tire Centre.