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Olivia Rodrigo in Sour

Olivia Rodrigo is a pop singer/songwriter whose music has defined Gen Z. Known for her roles in the High School Musical series and Bizaardvark, she was an actress before dabbling with music. Her debut power ballad, “Driver’s License,” reached number one in multiple countries with millions of global streams. Her next two singles “Deja Vu” and “Good 4 U” also saw massive popularity. Olivia released her first full length album Sour in May, and broke the global Spotify record for the biggest opening week for an album by a female artist. Her honest, self-written lyrics and versatile style appeal to listeners and critics alike. Apply the stickers around your face, but we don’t suggest putting any on your tongue!

Bee Gees

The Bee Gees are a music group consisting of three brothers: Robin, Barry, and Maurice Gibb. In the early sixties, the Bee Gees were a part of a pop group. Then the band reformed as a trio and branched into disco. Known for their harmonies and falsettos, the Bee Gees wrote all their own songs. Their big claim to fame was providing the soundtrack to the hit movie Saturday Night Fever with such songs as “Stayin Alive” and “You Should Be Dancing.”

bbno$

Alexander Gumuchian, aka bbno$ (pronounced baby no money) is a Canadian rapper, singer, and songwriter. Born in Vancouver, he is best known for his freestyle raps and signature pink beanie/round glasses. His single, “Lalala,” which began as messing around with producer Y2K in the studio, unexpectedly went viral as a a Tiktok sensation. It now has over 600 million plays on Spotify. He often collaborates with fellow rapper Yung Gravy.

Jonathan Bree

Jonathan Bree

Guitarist and music producer Jonathan Bree is known for his frequent collaborations with fellow New Zealand artist Princess Chelsea (such as “The Cigarette Duet”). His solo work as a musician is just as entertaining and bizarre, as he hides his entire behind a white mask and wears very Beatle-esque clothing for his onstage ensemble.

Stevie Nicks from Fleetwood Mac

Stevie Nicks from Fleetwood Mac

The band Fleetwood Mac’s lineup has gone through multiple changes since its bluesy beginnings in the 1960s, but their most recognizable sound is thanks in part to the musical contributions of Stevie Nicks and her songwriting partner (then romantic partner as well), Lindsey Buckingham. Flowing black dresses, shawls themed after her hit songs, and extremely high-heeled boots are practically synonymous with Stevie Nicks’ stage presence.

white and nerdy weird al

White and Nerdy Weird Al

White and Nerdy is a persona of Weird Al Yankovic
shown in the music video for the titular song from his 2006 album Straight Outta Lynwood. The look and song is a parody of Chamillionaire’s hit song “Ridin’ Dirty.”

Blank Banshee

Blank Banshee is a Canadian musician and one of the pioneers of the vaporwave movement. His real name along with many of his personal details remain unknown and he often appears masked live and in photos. He has gained much Internet fame for his vaporwave music albums and unique artwork.