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Examples of "aceyalone"
Aceyalone has been noted particularly for his innovative lyrical style and content. Some attribute the double-time rap styles that emerged in the mid-1990s to Aceyalone and Freestyle Fellowship, although this is disputed by others.
Aceyalone and Freestyle Fellowship were noted for their rejection of the West Coast trend in Gangsta Rap. Aceyalone developed strong critiques of rap music’s commercialization and glorification of violence.
Aceyalone & the Lonely Ones is a studio album by American rapper Aceyalone. It was released on Decon in 2009. The Song "What It Was" was featured in the 2010 Dark Comedy Super.
Accepted Eclectic is the third solo album by American rapper Aceyalone. It was released in 2001.
Grand Imperial is a compilation album by American rapper Aceyalone. It was released on Project Blowed and Decon in 2006.
Leanin' on Slick is a studio album by American rapper Aceyalone. It was released on Decon in 2013.
Love & Hate is a studio album by American rapper Aceyalone. It was released on Project Blowed and Decon in 2003.
He is the MC of Abstract Tribe Unique, alongside dancers Zulu Butterfly and Irie Lion King, turntablist DJ Drez and producer Fat Jack. He is also a member of Haiku D'Etat along with Myka 9 and Aceyalone and The A-Team along with Aceyalone.
The 2006 album "Magnificent City" (Aceyalone and RJD2) features a modern hip-hop adaptation of the poem as the song Solomon Jones.
Lightning Strikes is a studio album by American rapper Aceyalone. It was released on Decon in 2007. The album is produced by Bionik.
The album was entirely produced by Canadian producer Factor. It features guest appearances from Aceyalone, Busdriver, Awol One and Gel Roc.
The label provided further releases from Aceyalone as well as RJD2’s "Magnificent City Instrumentals" (2006) and Evidence’s "Red Tape Instrumentals" (2007).
Aceyalone frequently collaborates with producer Bionik such as on the 2007 release "Lightning Strikes" and the 2009 release "Aceyalone & the Lonely Ones". Both albums explored different genres – dancehall and doo-wop respectively – as part of Aceyalone's goal of "exploring the world of music through hip hop." The Phil Spector-inspired "Aceyalone & the Lonely Ones" followed. Inspired by Spector's Wall of Sound, Motown and Bo Diddley, Aceyalone said: "I'm not from that era, but this is my ode to it. I'm just putting myself into that character as a showman and bandleader." "Leanin' on Slick", released in 2013 with Decon Records, continued the retro flow of the previous release, this time taking inspiration from 1960s style-R&B and hot buttered soul.
Magnificent City is a studio album by American rapper Aceyalone, accompanied by hip hop producer RJD2. It was released on Decon and Project Blowed in 2006.
"I Love Haters" was released as a free download on Lifted Research Group's website in 2011. The album features guest appearances from Aceyalone and Slug.
Hip Hop and the World We Live In is a studio album by American rapper Aceyalone. It was released on Project Blowed and Decon in 2002.
Haiku D'Etat is a super group rap trio featuring Aceyalone and Myka 9 of Freestyle Fellowship and Abstract Rude of Abstract Tribe Unique. All three members are heavily affiliated with Project Blowed, Aceyalone and Abstract Rude being co-founders. The name "Haiku D'Etat" is a portmanteau of haiku and coup d'état, meaning something akin to a musical revolution or a "poetic takeover" as one of their songs puts it.
Edwin M. "Eddie" Hayes, Jr., better known by his stage name Aceyalone, is an American rapper from Los Angeles, California, United States. He is a member of Freestyle Fellowship, Haiku D'Etat and The A-Team and a co-founder of Project Blowed. Aceyalone is best known for his role in evolving left-field hip-hop on the West Coast at a time when the West Coast was dominated by Gangsta Rap.
Freestyle Fellowship was formed at the Good Life Cafe in Los Angeles, California during the early 1990s. In an interview, Myka 9 stated that he knew and grew up with Aceyalone and Self Jupiter since elementary school, and he met P.E.A.C.E. in 10th grade. Before Freestyle Fellowship was formed, Aceyalone, Spoon (of Iodine) and Myka 9 had been in a group called the MC Aces in high school.
Haiku D'Etat is the debut album by Haiku D'Etat, an American hip hop supergroup which consists of Mikah 9, Aceyalone, and Abstract Rude. Originally released in 1999, it was re-released in 2004.