Musicians

The keys to success, and inspirational traits you can learn from famous hip hop musicians, rockstars and more.

Lil Wayne's inspiring story is one of rags to riches. His traits of perseverance, being highly courageous, and finding his gift is what caught the eye of Cash Money and drove him to major stardom. Did you know he also attended the University of Houston and that he has his psychology degree!
Women around the globe have been injected with inspiration from the ever empowering Beyonce. She represents being bold, having inner confidence and standing tall for yourself and for what you believe in! Her success story is well rounded. She's had the failures with Star Search and failed record deals, shes overcome shyness, she definitely has the passion and shes a massive giver who contributes any chance she gets!
Known as the man with a thousand nicknames, Diddy, Puffy, Sean Combs, whatever you want to call him by, he’s an iconic figure of hiphop. Whether you knew him in the classic days with songs like “Mo Money Mo Problems” or in the new age with songs like “I’m Coming Home” everyone knows Diddy, but what everyone doesn’t know is the traits he has that makes him stand out from the rest.
Tupac was much more than a rapper, he was an advocate for change; from having an activist mom, escaping poverty through poetry, and standing tall in adversity. 2pac is pure inspiration.
Gaga is an extremely artistic, self expressive musician who has the great ability to live her image, and be exactly who she envisions. She has impressive song writing skills along with gutsy fashion statements, and being boldly out of the ordinary, Lady Gaga completely trusts her gut instincts.
Chance The Rapper is a creative individual who is constantly asking the bigger questions and empowering his fans.
A versatile entertainer of singing, dancing and acting, Justin Timberlake, had the recipe for mainstream commercial success. His formula: Passion, ambition, and a very very positive attitude! This led to endorsements, multiple businesses and the ability to give back in big ways....

Nas

Nas was always focused on the bigger picture, from rough projects, dropping out in grade 8 and his best friend being shot, he let nothing cloud his vision.