"We like fun and sexy, and cerebral and poised.
We like people who have made it to the top, and those striving to get there."
So declares the Houston CityBook in its first "Cool 100" list of the city's coolest people.
Here are the top 10: Jordan Santana: The 20-year-old skateboarding sensation missed out on Tokyo's Olympic team, but she's still got her sights set on Paris 2024.
Simone Biles: The gymnast is the most decorated American in history, and married former Texans player Jonathan Owens in May.
Jeremy Pe ? a: The 25-year-old is the youngest position player to ever be named World Series MVP.
Megan Thee Stallion: Three-time Grammy winner Megan Pete, aka Megan Thee Stallion, is the next international face of Houston-born hip-hop.
Caleb Zackery Toliver: The 28-year-old rapper blends sounds of R&B, trap, and classical music, and has churned out four studio albums in five years, including 2023's Love Sick, which he's touring this summer.
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