If you do not believe in the law of attraction, producer-director Matthew Cherry might make you reconsider. If manifesting your dreams was a person then it would be him. In 2012, Cherry tweeted that one day he would win an Oscar. In 2020 that became a reality when he and co-producer Karen Rupert Toliver took home an Oscar award for their film “Hair Love,” a sweet and heartwarming animated short film about an African-American father and his first time doing his daughter’s hair.

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With his signature fringed Lone Ranger mask and velvety crooner voice, musician Orville Peck picked himself up by his bootstraps and stomped all over his competition in the Country music scene. Ever since the release of his debut album Pony, a melancholy collection of 12 Southern rock tracks released under Sub Pop records in March 2019, Peck stands neck-and-neck with rising icons in the music industry such as Lil Nas X and Kacey Musgraves. So who is the man behind the mask? Or, rather, what is the man behind the mask trying to say? 

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