Gwen Stefani was born on October 3, 1969, in California. She is a singer, a songwriter, a designer, and an actress. Gwen is mostly famous for her songs “Don’t Speak” (as part of No Doubt), “Rich Girls”, “Hollaback Girl”, and “The Sweet Escape”. She holds various music awards, including a Grammy and four MTV awards. Gwen was always interested in music and wrote songs ever she was 17. Eventually, she managed to build a music an impressive career.
In 1986, the band No Doubt was established by Gwen’s older brother Eric and his friend John Spence. Eric invited Gwen to be the co-vocalist. However, after the lead vocalist John Spence committed suicide, Gwen took his place. It took a while for the band to become famous. First two albums were practically failures. Their third album Tragic Kingdom became a hit. It included such hits as “Don’t Speak” and “Just a Girl”. Gwen participated in recording two more albums with No Doubt, Rock Steady and Return of Saturn.
In 2000, Stefani made a decision to pursue a solo career. Her first solo single “South Side” reached 14th spot on Billboard Hot 100. The next single “Let me Blow Ya Mind”, recorded with Eve made it into various music charts and reached the 2nd spot of Billboard Hot 100. This song brought Gwen a Grammy award.