1. Katy Perry
Before her massive pop career, Katy performed as a Christian singer under the name Katy Hudson.
This superstar and hip hair icon got his big break in the screamo band From First to Last.
6. Maroon 5
Before funk-inspired alternative band Maroon 5, these guys were in a garage rock band called Kara’s Flowers and toured with ska-punk bands like Goldfinger and Reel Big Fish.
7. Sugar Ray
Sugar Ray began their career as a hardcore band before making a total 180 into their poppy ’90s style.
8. Dee Dee Ramone
That’s right, folks. Dee Dee Ramone recorded a rap album after joining the Ramones. Why? We may never know.
9. Snoop Dogg/Lion
The transition from Snoop Dogg to Snoop Lion also came with a genre change: Snoop’s most recent album is a reggae album!
Time for a key change.
Find your high note with the all-new 2014 Kia Soul.