There are quite a few young artists, activists, and athletes are doing best on their own field. Today we are discussing about among them three athlete, Rapper, and activists respectively. They are still young and shining like a star.
Diya Siddique is a Bangladeshi archer who was born on 19 February 2004. In 2019, she won her first gold medal at the ISSF International Solidarity Archery Championship in Dhaka. At the Archery World Cup 2021, Diya and Ruman Shana partnership won the silver medal in the recurve mixed team event where Bangladesh was titled as runners-up to the Netherlands in the final. At a 17 years old young athlete, Diya is considered a highly rated prospect for the future of the Bangladeshi archer game.
Vivian Fernandes, better known by his stage name Divine, is an Indian rapper from Mumbai, Maharashtra. He started to gain popularity after the release of his song Yeh Mera Bombay. DIVINE soon made it to headlines because of his effortless, relatable rap style which resonates with the young, energetic youth of India. Thirty years old, DIVINE is the first Indian artist to have had Apple Music release his music, and has also produced the theme song, ‘Kaam 25′ for Netflix’ original, ‘Sacred Games’.
Marley Dias is an American activist and writer. Marley Dias is an all-star reader who in 2016 organized a book drive, called #1000BlackGirlBooks, that delivered more than 8,000 books to young girls. Now, she’s got a new project in the works: a book of her own. Scholastic has picked up the rights to Dias’ new book about literary activism, which focuses on “the importance of literacy and diversity” and “delivers hands-on strategies for becoming a lifelong reader.”