1) Michael Jackson
Michael Joseph Jackson was an American artist, artist, and lyricist conceived on August 29, 1958, in Gary, Indiana, and died on June 25, 2009.
He gave (at any rate) an exceptional 500,000,000 dollars to a good cause. Michael is otherwise called The King of Pop (a title given to him by Elizabeth Taylor) or under the initials MJ.
He is the proprietor of the smash-hit collection ever, Thriller (1982) which was granted multiple times platinum toward the start of 2016. His different collections Bad, Dangerous, and History are all among the best diagramming collections ever and all arrived at the main situation in the US outlines.
Sir James Paul McCartney CH MBE is an English singer, songwriter, musician, and record and film producer who gained worldwide fame as co-lead vocalist and bassist for the Beatles. His songwriting partnership with John Lennon remains the most successful in history
Andrew Roy Gibb (5 March 1958 – 10 March 1988) was an English artist and songwriter. He was the more youthful sibling of the Bee Gees: Barry, Robin, and Maurice Gibb.
Gibb came to global unmistakable quality in the last part of the 1970s with six singles that arrived at the Top 10 in the United States, beginning with "I Just Want to Be Your Everything" (1977), trailed by three other top 20 singles. Gibb's prosperity was brief because of chronic drug use and gloom. He kicked the bucket five days after his 30th birthday while endeavoring a rebound
4) Ludwig van Beethoven
Ludwig van Beethoven was a German composer and pianist whose music ranks amongst the most performed of the classical music repertoire; he remains one of the most admired composers in the history of Western music. His works span the transition from the classical period to the romantic era in classical music.
5) Freddie Mercury
Freddie Mercury was a British singer, songwriter, record producer, and lead vocalist of the rock band Queen. Regarded as one of the greatest singers in the history of rock music, he was known for his flamboyant stage persona and four-octave vocal range.