Music can change the world because it can change people
Montana Tucker is an American singer, songwriter, actress and dancer. Born January 18th, 1993 in Florida, Montana began her career as a model at the age of 8, appearing in national commercials, music videos and tv shows. One of the tv shows was E-Venture Kids, with Ariana Grande. At the age of 13, Montana was featured as a backup dancer for Ashanti and Ashley Simpson. Later was also featured with Chris Brown on MTV’s “My Super 18”, where she performed at his Birthday Party in NY at Jay-Z’s 40/40 Club. As a dancer, Montana has won the “World Hip Hop Championships”, where she competed with dancers from all over the world. Montana’s career as an artist started at 14 yrs old, with her first public performance being the 2007 Super Bowl Pre Game. Since first starting out, she has been the opening act for top artists such as Ciara, Pitbull, Flo Rida and Lil Wayne. Montana has performed the National Anthem in Hawaii at the Hula Bowl, Miami Heat & Florida Panther games. You can hear Montana on the International Box office Block Buster “Step Up 2 the Streets” Soundtrack where she sings the hit single “Ain’t No Stressin”. Her song “Candy Swirl” is also featured in the movie and soundtrack for “Bring It On 5”. Montana also headlined her own tour in China for 45 days. Montana’s musical influences range from Beyonce to J. Lo, to name a few. Now 23 years old, Montana continues to evolve as an all around entertainer, never settling for less.