With over nine million followers across several social media platforms, Todrick Hall is one of the most high profile and prolific storytellers in the world. He has collaborated with superstars in every industry including: Beyoncé, Taylor Swift, Ariana Grande, RuPaul, Chaka Khan, Brandy, Billy Porter, Gwen Stefani, Kristin Chenoweth, Jenifer Lewis, Nicole Scherzinger, Tyra Banks, Bob the Drag Queen, Tiffany Haddish, Tiffany Pollard, Amber Riley, and Pentatonix. Since his namesake television show “Todrick” aired on MTV, he has been featured on a dozen more. He was in the original Broadway cast of two productions and starred in principal roles in three others. He has written, co-produced, and released seventeen studio albums; composed the “Magic Happens” parade at Disney; wrote and appeared in the Virgin America pre-flight safety video; contributed new songs for the West End bound musical Burlesque; directed, choreographed and headlined in eight world tours; and appeared in and co-executive produced Taylor Swift’s LGBTQ+ anthem “You Need to Calm Down”, for which he also won a Video Music Award. In the exclusive world of one name celebrity, he ranks right up there. In addition to his many achievements in the entertainment industry, he is a staunch advocate for organizations like Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS, Covenant House, and Black Queer Town Hall. He is a proud member of the LGBTQ+ community and champions every rebel, freethinker, and dreamer to raise their voice and own their power.
R&B singer and actor Eric Benét was born on October 15, 1966 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. He attended the Milwaukee Trade and Technical High School. In 1990, Benét formed a group with his sister, Lisa Jordan, called Benét. After a hiatus, Benét signed a record deal with Warner Bros. Records in 1994 and released his first studio album, True to Myself, in 1996. In 1999, Benét released his sophomore album, A Day in the Life, with the single “Spend My Life with You,” featuring the Canadian artist Tamia. During this time, Benét also began his career in film when he guest starred on the sitcom For Your Love in 1999 and appeared in the film Glitter in 2001. Benét then signed a new record deal with Reprise Records and released his third studio album, Hurricane in 2001. In 2005, he portrayed Reece Wilcox on the series Half & Half. In 2007, he had a recurring role on the MTV scripted show Kaya. In 2008, he released the album Love & Life. Two years later, Benét released Lost in Time, which included the single “Sometimes I Cry.” In 2011. Benét released his 2012 album The One and his 2016 album Eric Benét under his newly-formed independent record label, Jordan House Records. He also signed the artists Goapele and Calvin Richardson to his label, and helped produce their records. In 2016, Benét guest starred in the show, Real Husbands of Hollywood. After the devastation of Hurricane Katrina, Benét performed the song “Heart of America” with Wynonna Judd, Terry Dexter, and Michael McDonald to raise money for the hurricane victims. He also co-founded Mission Save Her, a non-profit dedicated to fighting against human trafficking, slavery, and sexual abuse of women and girls around the world. Benét received four Grammy Award nominations in the R&B category for singles released on his albums. In 2000, he was awarded the NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Song for his performance of “Spend My Life with You.” Eric Benét with business partner music industry veteran Alison Ball have recently formed JBR Entertainment Group and his first artist is Maxine Ashley. Benét is currently in the recording studio recording his next album.
DJ Citizen Jane
DJ Citizen Jane is a Singer-Songwriter / International DJ who grew up in Miami. She now spends her time writing, recording and producing between Miami and Los Angeles. Citizen Jane is currently working on her debut solo project with multiple renowned producers and collaborating with up and coming female artists. She recently released her fourth single with sultry lyrics “Drunken Kisses”. Her forthcoming EP featuring her first single “Campo de Guerra” which takes her back to her Latin Roots will be setting the tone of a rebirth for Citizen Jane.
She grew up with a mix of traditional Latin music and influences in classic rock and electronic music. She has a passion for voice melodies, harmonies, percussions and electronic sounds. After traveling the world with her successful DJ career she acquired a fusion of melodic rhythms, Latin vibes mixed with percussion and her sultry voice adding an electronic touch. She refers to herself as a cultural mix carrying pieces of every country she has visited on her tour and adding it all to her music catalogue. After performing at Madison Square Garden and at Sydney, Australia’s Huge Music Festival for over 45,000 she has broken through the glass ceiling and nothing can stop her from the pursuit of her goals. She recently captivated an even broader audience by being the face of the “Fighting Spirit” Modelo Beer Campaign appearing on their TV Commercial globally. She will also be debuting as a Fashion Designer with her Edgy Clothing Line designed by her on the runway at Sony Hall in New York City during NYC Fashion Week 2021.