Singer-songwriter, rapper, producer, actor and professional lady-killer, CeeLo has spent his career pushing hip-hop and soul's creative envelope. Lately, he's been busier than ever. His worldwide mega-hit "Forget You" captured five Grammy award nominations; he appeared on both "Saturday Night Live" and "Oprah" (remixing her theme song), and he began hosting his own show on FUSE TV.
Kenny "Babyface" Edmonds - A 10-time Grammy winner with 11 solo albums of his own, Edmonds' impeccably crafted explorations of love, romance and relationships have made an indelible imprint on the evolution of contemporary pop music throughout the world. These include over 125 Top-10 R&B and pop hits, 42 No. 1 R&B hits, and 51 Top-10 pop hits (including 16 No. 1 hits), which have produced single and album sales in excess of over 500 million units worldwide. Just a few of the vocalists from which his music can be heard include Beyonce, Whitney Houston, Boyz II Men, Mariah Carey, Madonna, Eric Clapton, Mary J. Blige, Michael Jackson, TLC, Toni Braxton, Celine Dion, John Mellencamp, Brandy, Aretha Franklin, Fall Out Boy, Pink, Charlie Wilson, Chrisette Michele and Anthony Hamilton.
Edmonds is the recipient of numerous awards, including the Soul Train Music Awards, BMI Awards, NAACP Image Awards and American Music Awards, and he was the recipient of the third BET Walk of Fame Award (previous honorees were Jackson and Houston) and was named BET's "Entertainer of the Year" at the first Annual BET Awards Ceremony.
Ne-Yo - This Grammy Award-winning singer, songwriter, composer and producer is one of music's most talented and prolific artists and a man who needs only one name: Ne-Yo. In less than five years, he's produced three No. 1 albums, sold more than 10 million copies worldwide and collaborated with everyone from Michael Jackson to Tim McGraw. After taking a few years off to work on several films, Ne-Yo's back with his fourth project, "Libra Scale," a stellar effort that's sure to race up the charts and catapult the R&B superstar to even greater heights.