Meet the stars #4

Published on
September 27, 2022

We have only a few hours left until the public listing of our token on Uniswap, but thanks to Tier 5 Next Earth landowners we have already blasted through the soft cap. At the moment of writing this article, we are over 200% of the soft cap’s target. Thanks to this great news we have decided to announce a few new names from our content gallery. These will be the last ones for a while, as from this week on we will concentrate on working towards the goals from our roadmap.

Pia Mia

Singer and actress Pia Mia has been in the spotlight since she was young, starting with her covers going viral on YouTube. From there, her career grew as she signed with Interscope Records in 2013, collaborating with artists like Chris Brown and before starting her own label in 2017.

Her top track, "Do It Again," did numbers when it was first released and has since found a new home on TikTok, where users have been setting their videos to clips of it.Pia's resume now includes a few acting gigs under her belt, with roles in After, its sequel After We Collided, and an upcoming role in Issac. But despite her multi-hyphenate title, she says the key to it all is remaining as authentic as possible.

"I think I've learned that the most important thing is to just try to be as authentic as you can," she says. "When you're your most authentic self, that's when the biggest rewards will come and you'll feel the most full and satisfied."


One of the most successful pop-R&B artists of the late 20th century and the early 21st century, Usher scored his first charting single as a fresh-faced teenager with "Call Me a Mack" (1993). As part of the thriving LaFace label roster, he then had an instant impact on the post-new jack swing era and successfully rode mainstream songwriting and production trends across three decades.

He released his first album in 1994, at age 15. For more than 15 years, Usher has dominated the airwaves, releasing such albums as Confessions (2004), which sold more than 1 million copies in its first week. In June 2012, he produced the album Looking 4 Myself, which found a No. 1 spot on Billboard's albums chart. Usher's songs have repeatedly landed at No. 1 on the charts, earning him several Grammy and People's Choice awards, among other honors.

In March 2013 Usher announced he was working on his eighth studio album entitled UR, which he described would be "more R&B, more urban" than his previous album Looking 4 Myself. A few of his singles have already been released from the album: "Good Kisser," "She Came to Give It to You" featuring Nicki Minaj, and "I Don't Mind" featuring Juicy J.

Oliver Trevena

Oliver is a Brit host and actor who’s interviewed hundreds of celebrities and musicians at the likes of The Hollywood Reporter, YoungHollywood,, Sirius XM’s “Dirty Pop” alongside N-Syncs Lance Bass, as well as Esquire Network’s “Joyride” alongside T- Pain & Mischa Barton.

As an actor, he’s appeared in “The Rising Hawk,” “Embattled,” “The Reckoning,” “Grand Isle” (with Nicolas Cage and Kelsey Grammer), “Out of Death” and “Wire Room” (both with Bruce Willis), and just wrapped “The Plane” (with Gerard Butler) and “The Bricklayer” (with Aaron Eckart). Oliver also just launched his Caliwater beverage with business partner Vanessa Hudgens as well as his Tudor Rose jewelry line.