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Drake is a Canadian Rapper, Songwriter, Singer, Actor, Producer, and Entrepreneur. His second studio album "Take Care" won the Grammy Award and it was certified quadruple platinum by the RIAA in 2016, with 2.6 million sales in the U.S. for the album.

ALAN TURING – Giant of Computer Science

Alan Turing, an English mathematician, logician, computer scientist, cryptanalyst, theoretical biologist, and philosopher who played an influential role in computer science. In WWII, his invention aided the British breakthrough into German Naval, which made the war shortened by two years, and millions of death was averted.

BARACK OBAMA – Farewell Speech: “Yes We Can!”

Barrack Obama, an American politician who served as the 44th President of the United States from 2009 to 2017. Some of his greatest achievements include the assassination of the world's most wanted terrorist, Osama Bin Laden, who spearheaded the 9/11 attacks, LGBT rights, promoting diplomatic relations, favorable domestic policy, and many more.

PARIS HILTON – The Real Life Tragic Story

Paris has also made her mark in the business world through her lifestyle brand, with her perfume line generating more than US$2 billion in revenue. It earned her the reputation of "Billion Dollar Entrepreneur in 2011 by Variety magazine. She is an an American Media Personality, Singer, Model, Actress, and D.J.

SIGMUND FREUD – Psychosexual Stages Of Development

We have understood the stage of human life broken down as the id, ego, and superego, where human beings evolve into society. It was made possible through the invention of psychoanalysis theory by Sigmund Freud.

BEYONCE – Queen B – Artist With The Most Grammy Awards

Beyonce was announced as the female artist with the most win. Her singing talent was discovered by a dance instructor named Darlette Johnson. She came into the limelight through her defunct "Destiny Child" group, where she was lead the lead singer and began to draw attention for her melodious voice after releasing their first single, "No No No" in 1997.

ALFRED NOBEL – Founder OF The Nobel Prize

Alfred Nobel invented gelignite, a better alternative to dynamite. In 1887, he discovered patented ballistite which further led to the invention of cordite. His effort got him the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences membership in 1884, and Uppsala gave him an honorary doctorate in 1893. He decided to immortalize his legacy by founding the Nobel Prize, which he stated must be given to anyone who merits it without any bias or prejudice.


Morgan Freeman, a prominent American Actor, Narrator and Director; and has a reputation for his deep narrating voice. Freeman took a job as a dancer in 1964 World’s Fair, became a member of Opera Ring musical theatre group, and acted in “The Royal Hunt of the Sun” which kick-started his career. He gave more successful films like “The Shawshank Redemption,” which he narrated, “Bopha,” “Outbreak,” “Seven”, “Long Way from Home,” also played as narrator, and many more.

J. P. MORGAN – Panic Of 1907

J. P. Morgan, who understands his game in the business world. Morgan's greatness began when he took control of his father's business and he helped the railroad industry achieved stability by developing a suitable railroad in all parts of the United States. The biggest moment for J.P. Morgan was during the Panic of 1907 when he provided financial assistance for the local sector, such as insurance, mining and the communication industry.

LARRY PAGE – Founder of Google

Larry Page developed an algorithm that convert to a search engine along with using HTML programming skills and set up a simple search page that gained popularity among Stanford users. Larry Page, a man who has made the world a place of fun and comfort because of his joint invention of the internet platform "Google," where billions of people worldwide visit.