Synonyms for brothaz or Related words with brothaz

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Examples of "brothaz"
All tracks were produced by Chito Ilagan except for "Back In Time" produced by Jay R and Smash Brothaz.
The song "For Da Brothaz" details the falling of his friends and the unforgiving struggle on the streets of New York.
The album was produced by Chito Ilagan and Jay R Sillona with his team Smash Brothaz, and co-produced by Kyla herself. "Heart 2 Heart" also includes original OPM materials like ""You Make Me Feel"" and ""Back In Time"" both which Kyla wrote with Jay R.
The Coughee Brothaz (formerly known as the Odd Squad) is a Southern hip-hop trio consisting of Devin the Dude, Jugg Mugg and Rob Quest. Their first album, "Fadanuf Fa Erybody!!" was released on February 1, 1994 under Rap-A-Lot Records. The album is considered by Scarface to be the label's finest release. Having been out of print for many years, "Fadanuf Fa Erybody!!" is heavily sought after by fans. The album can now however, be digitally purchased over iTunes music store, where a chopped and screwed version of the album is included. The group later became known as Coughee Brothaz and released the albums "Waitin' Our Turn" in 2007 and "Fresh Brew" in 2011. The album was mainly produced by Robert "Rob Quest" McQueen and Carlos "DJ Styles" Garza with additional production by Mike Dean and N.O. Joe.
One for the Road is the eighth studio album by American rapper Devin the Dude, released on October 15, 2013 by Coughee Brothaz Music and eOne Music. The album was supported by the single "Probably Should Have" released on September 12, 2013. "One for the Road" was met with positive reviews from music critics, and also debuted at number 36 on the US "Billboard" Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart.
In November 2002, the group released their debut album "Polysaturated". The album debuted at number 1 on the New Zealand album chart and was certified Gold by the end of its first week of sales. Seven months after release, the album was still in the national top 10 charts and was certified four times Platinum. "Polysaturated" produced four successful top ten hits including 'Nesian Style', 'It's On', 'For The People' and 'Unity'. The fifth single, 'Brothaz' features on the soundtrack to the Polynesian film "Sione's Wedding".
On September 16, 2015, Burke made his return under the ring name General Pope, teaming with Private Anthony defeating Adam Revolver and Reverend Stuart Miles in a number one contenders match for an opportunity at the Southern Tag Team Championship. On December 5, The Band of Brothaz (General Pope and Private Anthony) defeated The Van Zandt Family Circus (Dapper Dan Van Zandt and The Ringmaster) to win the Southern Tag Team Championship. With this victory, Burke became the sixteenth triple crown champion in OVW history.
Jasper has also produced, performed and written music for other artists, including label artists Liz Hogue, Brothaz By Choice, and Out Front. The most recent addition to the Gold City label is Jasper's son, Michael Jasper, an up-and-coming songwriter and recording artist. Jasper also co-produced and wrote "Make It Last" for Chaka Khan's "CK" album. The music Jasper wrote for the Isley Brothers has been covered and sampled by numerous new and established recording artists, including Whitney Houston, Alliyah, Notorious B.I.G., Tupac Shakur, Queen Latifah, Jay-Z, Snoop Dog, Gwen Stefania, Fantasia, Will Smith, Jaheim, and the list goes on and on.
Fadanuf Fa Erybody!! is the debut album by American hip hop trio Odd Squad (now known as the Coughee Brothaz). The trio consists of Devin the Dude, Jugg Mugg, and Rob Quest. The album, "Fadanuf Fa Erybody!!" was released in 1994 on Rap-A-Lot Records and distributed by Priority Records. The album was considered by Scarface to be the label's finest release. The album had been out of print for many years, but was re-released in August 2007. Rob Quest is blind. "Fadanuf Fa Erybody!!" features a song called "I Can't See It" where he pokes lighthearted fun at his blindness. The album was mainly produced by Robert(Rob Quest)McQueen and Carlos(DJ Styles)Garza with additional production by Mike Dean and N.O. Joe
Houston has long been the focus of an independent hip-hop music scene, influencing and influenced by the larger Southern hip-hop and gangsta rap communities. Notable artists include Chamillionaire, Paul Wall, Bun B, Pimp C, Z-Ro, Big Hawk, Big Moe, Big Mello, Big Steve, Chris Ward, C-Note, Devin The Dude, DJ DMD, E.S.G., Fat Pat, J-Dawg, Killa Kyleon, Kirko Bangz, Lil' Keke, Lil' Flip, Lil' O, Lil' Troy, Mike D, Mike Jones, K-Rino, Al-D, Mr. 3-2, Slim Thug, South Park Mexican, Yungstar, Trae Tha Truth, Scarface and groups such as ABN, Boss Hogg Outlawz, Botany Boyz, Coughee Brothaz, D.E.A., Guerilla Maab, Geto Boys, Herschelwood Hardheadz, M.O.B., Screwed Up Click, South Park Coalition and UGK. The Houston hip-hop scene is known for the chopped and screwed sound invented by Screwed Up Click leader DJ Screw, and remains the location most associated with the style.
Beef also features never-before seen performances by many of the film's participants and many others, plus extended portions of interviews that did not make the final cut of the film. One portion of the extended interviews features part of an interview with Nate Dogg talking about an incident that occurred around 1995 at a Dogg Pound video shoot, in which entourage members representing Ruthless Records showed up and started a big brawl with members of then-rival Death Row Records. Although Nate Dogg did not mention them by name (he however subtlety mentioned the duo's less-than-successful 1995 album "Real Brothaz"), rappers B.G. Knocc Out and Dresta (who participated in Eazy-E's hit diss recording, Real Muthaphuckkin G's) were among the alleged participants in the fight.
Devin Copeland started out as a member of the Odd Squad (later known as the Coughee Brothaz), a group of rappers signed to Rap-A-Lot Records. The label is notable for being the home of hip-hop artists such as Geto Boys, Scarface, and Too Much Trouble. Copeland moved on to become part of Scarface's Facemob before going solo in 1998. Copeland has released eight solo albums: "The Dude" (1998), "Just Tryin' ta Live" (2002), "To tha X-Treme" (2004), "Waitin' to Inhale" (2007), "Landing Gear" (2008), "Suite 420" (2010), "Gotta Be Me" (2010) and "One for the Road" (2013). He also made a number of guest appearances, including on Dr. Dre's "Fuck You" in 1999, De La Soul's "Baby Phat" in 2001, Slim Thug's "I'm Back" off of Boss of All Bosses in 2009, Gucci Mane's "Kush Is My Cologne" of off The State vs Radric Davis in 2009 alongside Bun B & E-40, Tech N9ne's "After Party" in 2010 off of The Gates Mixed Plate, and Young Jeezy's "Higher Learning" off of the late 2011 album Thug Motivation 103: Hustlerz Ambition.
D 2 Tha S single “Livin In A Hellhole” was released in 1992 and soon following released two maxi-singles "Doomsday" (1994) and "My Brothaz Keepa" (1996). To make ends meet, producing became a hustle for Traxster. The demand began for production sounding like the D 2 Tha S records, Traxster started producing for other Chicago artist. This was the beginning of his understanding that he could make a living off producing music. In the mid 90’s, Traxster began producing music for local rappers, such as Psychodrama, Do or Die, and Twista. His creativity and his discovery on how to make different sound which is filled with slow, dark, bass heavy grooves, with wild drums, and running hi hats, to match the triple time rhyme patterns of the midwest rappers, made his production unique. Traxster’s rap career was put on hold when Do or Die’s single "Po Pimp" caught fire in Chicago and lead to the album "Picture This" released on Rap-A-Lot/Virgin Records (1996) was made. Creator’s Way Records was formed and his production on Do or Die’s album brought the group to platinum-status and sparked the journey to The Legendary Traxster’s success as a multi-platinum producer and songwriter. Traxster also signed a publishing and production deal with Universal Records and Zomba Group and Jive Records.