Synonyms for blackalicious or Related words with blackalicious

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Examples of "blackalicious"
Chief Xcel from Blackalicious discovered the Lifesavas and invited the group to perform in San Francisco with Blackalicious Quannum Projects.
Saturday: Sa-Ra, Sybris, Peeping Tom, Lyrics Born, Blackalicious
Recent touring partners include: Xavier Rudd, Donavon Frankenreiter, Blackalicious, Pete Murray, Ben Harper and more.
He collaborated with Blackalicious on their 2002 album "Blazing Arrow" on the track "4000 Miles, alongside Lateef the Truthspeaker.
A2G is a studio EP by American hip hop duo Blackalicious, released in 1999 by Quannum Projects.
Headliners featured Nas, Big Boi (of OutKast) and the Chemical Brothers. Other acts included Talib Kweli, King Britt, Sandra Collins, Blackalicious and Donald Glaude. DJ King Britt delivered a mix of down-tempo, jazzy grooves, while hip hop act Blackalicious also stood out for its blend of funk hip-hop and positive beats.
Regurgitator, Spiderbait, The Mavis's, The Avalanches, Neil Finn, The Living End, Celibate Rifles, Not From There, Gerling, Jebediah, You Am I, Garpa, Blackalicious, Eskimo Joe, Trans Am
Imani Vol. 1 is the fourth studio album by American hip hop duo Blackalicious. It was released on September 18, 2015.
Blazing Arrow is the second studio album by American hip hop duo Blackalicious. It was released on MCA Records on April 30, 2002.
The Underground Spiritual Game is a compilation of twelve tracks by Fela Kuti, selected and mixed by Blackalicious producer Chief Xcel.
The Tongue has recorded with Dudley Perkins, Ozi Batla, DJ Diaz, Urthboy, Bertie Blackman, Bag Raiders, Gift Of Gab (Blackalicious), Katalyst, Braintax, Georgia Anne Muldrow, and Muph & Plutonic.
Sub Verse Music was a record label specializing in hip hop. It existed from 1998 to 2003 and released recordings by MF Doom, Blackalicious and KMD, among others.
He has also done studio work for artists including Justin Timberlake, Faith Evans, Erykah Badu and Blackalicious, and for the producers Timbaland and DJ Jazzy Jeff.
Past celebrity sponsors have included Blackalicious, Charles Brown, Cake, Tracy Chapman, Les Claypool, The Doobie Brothers, Green Day, John Lee Hooker, Metallica, Rancid, Carlos Santana and The Donnas.
Bands and artists appear live at the festival, ranging from instrumental groups, such as taiko and orchestra, to hip hop groups like Blackalicious .
Skye & Ross, Lady Leshurr, Dub Pistols, Blackalicious, Sampa the Great, Pitch Black, Weird Together, Ragga Twins, Egyptian Lover, Tall Black Guy, Nickodemus, John Morales, Hollie Smith.
Vursatyl was invited to perform backup vocals for Blackalicious during their live performances. Soon after, Jumbo and Shines joined Vursatyl on tour, opening for Quannum artists Blackalicious and Latyrx. That led to a record deal on Quannum Projects in 2003, where they released their debut album "Spirit In Stone." This album features the singles of “Hello Hi Hey/What If It’s True?” and “Fever / Selector.”
On October 28, 2014, actor Daniel Radcliffe (famous for his role as Harry Potter in the popular film series) recited the full lyrics to the Blackalicious song "Alphabet Aerobics" after being challenged by host Jimmy Fallon on The Tonight Show. Upon challenging Radcliffe, Fallon had stated, "That's one of the trickiest, fastest songs I know." Since then, the lyrics to "Alphabet Aerobics" have been recited throughout media outlets in various contexts. Blackalicious also reworked the song with sports-themed lyrics for Bleacher Report.
In 2015, Coppola collaborated with Blackalicious on "The Sun," which The A.V. Club described as "a shimmery, vibrant slice of early ’90s rap-pop that soars on a glowing chorus by Imani Coppola."
Amongst others, they have supported Public Enemy, Future Islands, Peaches, Yamataka Eye, Kool Keith, Blackalicious, Chicks on Speed, Anticon, Buck 65, Busdriver, Saul Williams, Edan, Atmosphere, Kid 606, Severed Heads, Florian Hecker, V/Vm, and Cobra Killer.