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Examples of "bahamadia"
Concise Kilgore was a protégé of Bahamadia taking his first ever tour to Europe with her..
Collaborators on "Sound Museum" include Kylie Minogue, Biz Markie, Amel Larrieux, Bahamadia, Mos Def, Bebel Gilberto and Yavahn.
Hezekiah has produced for Zap Mama, Eric Roberson, Kindred the Family Soul, Blu, Wordsworth, Bahamadia, Conya Doss, and Chief Kamanchi.
Other artists closely tied to the Gang Starr Foundation who Premier collaborated with include: Afu Ra, Bahamadia, Krumbsnatcha, Big Shug, Smiley the Ghetto Child, and NYGz.
Ty's second album, "Upwards", was nominated for a Mercury Prize in 2004. His third album, "Closer", was released in 2006. It featured guest appearances from De La Soul, Speech, Bahamadia, and Zion I, among others.
As they progressed, they gained access to guest vocalists for appearances on their records, including What? What? (aka Jean Grae), Roots Manuva, MF Doom, Seaming To, Rakaa Iriscience of Dilated Peoples, Blade, Phi Life Cypher, Bahamadia Dream Warriors and Insight .
Kollage is the debut studio album by American hip hop musician Bahamadia, released April 2, 1996 via Chrysalis Records. The album peaked at number #126 on the "Billboard" 200.
Much of the acclaim centred on Size's melding of the propulsive jungle beats accompanied by live drums and double bass. The band consists of Williams (compositions/programming), DJ Krust, Onallee (vocals), Dynamite MC and rapper Bahamadia (a former protégée of Gang Starr). As a result, Reprazent's drum and bass is equally informed by hip-hop, funk, soul and house.
Kirschner went on to collaborate with Kool Keith on "Keith and Me" for the 2001 "Princess Superstar Is" LP released on Ruthless Records/Studio !K7. The album, co-produced Curtis Curtis, has guest appearances by Beth Orton and Bahamadia. The single "Bad Babysitter" was #11 on the UK charts.
Dr. Dre used interpolations for his 1995 hit "Keep Their Heads Ringin'". In 2003, a semi-remake entitled "Love of My Life Worldwide" appeared on Erykah Badu's album, "Worldwide Underground". Erykah Badu's version contained rap vocals from herself, Queen Latifah, Bahamadia and Angie Stone aka The Sequence's Angie B in her later R&B persona.
Bocafloja has shared the stage with such artists as Dead Prez, Afu-Ra, Bahamadia, Tony Touch, Ozomatli, MV Bill (Brazil), Brother Ali, J-Live, 99The Beatnuts]], Freestyle Fellowship, Immortal Technique, K'naan, Rascalz, Intifada (Puerto Rico), Actitud Maria Marta (Argentina), and SieteNueve (Puerto Rico), among others.
"Uknowhowwedu" is a song co-written and performed by American hip hop musician Bahamadia, issued as the second single from her debut studio album "Kollage". In 1995, the song peaked at #17 on the "Billboard" rap chart but it fared better on the dance chart, where it peaked at #15.
Bahamadia (born Antonia Reed) is a Philadelphia-born hip hop artist. She released her debut album "Kollage" in 1996. "Kollage" was followed in 2001 by "BB Queen", an EP release. She then released "Good Rap Music" and then in 2014 "Here".
Paz formed the outfit in the late 1990s with the original roster of Bahamadia, Chief Kamachi, Virtuoso, 7L & Esoteric, plus Jedi Mind Tricks' other member Stoupe the Enemy of Mankind. The group first released the "Five Perfect Exertions" and "War Ensemble" 12" on Paz's short-lived Recordings in 1998, but then the underground supergroup remained silent for several years. After a couple of successful Jedi Mind Tricks albums and a new deal with Babygrande by 2003, Paz resurrected the crew, adding OuterSpace, Celph Titled, Reef the Lost Cauze, King Syze, Des Devious, and Apathy; however, Stoupe, Bahamadia, and Virtuoso had defected from the group. Babygrande issued their "Tear It Down" 12" and first album, "The Torture Papers", in 2006. The 2007 follow-up album, Ritual of Battle, saw Jus Allah and JMT protégés Doap Nixon and Demoz joining the Pharaohs.
The Torture Papers is the debut album by underground hip hop collective Army of the Pharaohs, released March 21, 2006 on Babygrande Records. The crew was established in 1998 by Jedi Mind Tricks frontman Vinnie Paz, and originally featured Jedi Mind Tricks, Chief Kamachi, 7L & Esoteric, Virtuoso and Bahamadia. Virtuoso and Bahamadia later split from the group, which now consists of Paz, Kamachi, 7L & Esoteric, Apathy, OuterSpace, King Syze, Reef the Lost Cauze, Des Devious, Celph Titled and Faez One. An Army of the Pharaohs collaboration album was rumored to be in the works for years, but was often delayed due to separate projects and internal problems, however a mixtape titled "After Torture There's Pain" was released in 2007.
In 1998, Paz formed Army of the Pharaohs. Paz formed the horrorcore outfit with the original roster of Bahamadia, Chief Kamachi, Virtuoso, 7L & Esoteric, plus Jedi Mind Tricks' other members Stoupe the Enemy of Mankind and Jus Allah. The group first released the "Five Perfect Exertions" and "War Ensemble" 12" on Paz's short-lived Recordings in 1998, but then the underground supergroup remained silent for several years. Together they released "The Five Perfect Exertions".
In March, 2006, a reunited Army of the Pharaohs released "The Torture Papers" LP. The crew now consisted of Vinnie Paz, Chief Kamachi, 7L & Esoteric, Apathy, Celph Titled, Planetary & Crypt the Warchild of Outerspace, King Syze, Faez One, Reef the Lost Cauze, and new Jedi Mind Tricks hype-man Des Devious. This time, however, Virtuoso and Bahamadia were not featured and are no longer associated with the Army.
Lyricist Lounge, Volume One is the first installment of Rawkus Records "Lyricist Lounge" album series, based on the "Lyricist Lounge" showcases in New York City. The double-disc compilation features De La Soul, Mos Def, Q-Tip, Tash of Tha Alkaholiks, Punch & Words, O.C., Ras Kass, Black Thought, Common, Pharoahe Monch, Saul Williams, Kool Keith, Talib Kweli & Hi-Tek, Bahamadia, Rah Digga, Shabaam Sahdeeq, Jurassic 5, KRS-One, Zack de la Rocha of Rage Against the Machine, Last Emperor and Company Flow.
She has toured every year since her debut album was released. In March 2008, she toured Europe with Bahamadia and Hezekiah for the "Philly Sounds" tour. Wright did not perform any new material on the tour, but did live cover versions of Cherrelle's "Saturday Love" and Crystal Waters' "Gypsy Woman (She's Homeless)". During the tour, Wright announced that she was in the process of writing a novel, and working on a third album. No release dates have been confirmed for either as yet.
System D-128 has done visuals for artists such as A-Trak, Mr. Scruff, RJD2, Atmosphere, Murs, Dead Prez, Immortal Technique, Mr. Lif, Jeru the Damaja, Bahamadia, Rahzel, El-P, Kool Keith, A Tribe Called Quest, Wu-Tang Clan, Method Man and Redman, The Diplomats, Justice, Mike Patton, M.I.A., Rye Rye, Blaqstarr, Switch, TTC, Lusine, Eliot Lipp, Glass Candy, Buraka Som Sistema, CSS, Boys Noize, Bonde Do Role, Amanda Blank, Spank Rock, Girl Talk, VHS or BETA, and Daft Punk.