Pop and R&B singer M. Pokora first rose to fame with the boy band Linkup before going solo in 2004 for his self-titled debut, Matt Pokora. He could be described as the French Justin Timberlake -- with the same boy band roots and a similar penchant for fancy hats.
Born Matthieu Totta in Strasbourg, France, he was first introduced to the public through a reality TV show called Popstars (a hybrid of American Idol and Making the Band), where he appeared with his rap group Mic Unity. The Popstars producers quickly keyed in on his popularity with fans and teamed Pokora up with two ...
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