Whether known for her relationship with John Lennon and the Beatles, for her abstract art or her experimental music, Yoko Ono is one of the more controversial and polarizing artistic figures in pop culture. In the music world, many respect Ono's strange voice and experimental works for their lack of adherence to genre norms, while others find them to be grating or formless. Whatever the response, Ono always manages to garner one in whatever she does, which is more than many artists can say these days. Adapting to the modern music landscape, she reinvented herself as ONO and forged her own EDM style with the 2013 track "Bad Dancer," stunning music fans across the world and topping dance music charts. Outside of her artistic endeavors, she is a well-respected philanthropist, known for donating and rallying for many key issues, including AIDS research as well as women's and gay rights. No matter your stance on the merits or stains Ono has contributed to art and music over the past 50 years, there's no denying her cultural impact and her place as an intriguing and fascinating figure.