Synonyms for damaja or Related words with damaja

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Examples of "damaja"
Counter Parts samples "Come Clean" by Jeru The Damaja
Heroz4Hire is the third studio album by hip hop artist Jeru the Damaja. It is entirely produced by Jeru the Damaja himself unlike his first two albums which were produced by DJ Premier.
Wrath of the Math is the second album by hip hop artist Jeru the Damaja.
Doug Basham or simply Basham and Danny Basham (now known as Damaja) debuted in Total Nonstop Action Wrestling on the May 10 episode of "TNA Impact!". They were subsequently revealed to be allies of the villainous Christy Hemme, and at Sacrifice, Basham and Damaja defeated Hemme's rivals Kip James and Lance Hoyt in a tag team match. On August 15, Basham along with Damaja left TNA wrestling.
"Come Clean" is a 1993 song by Jeru the Damaja from his 1994 debut album "The Sun Rises in the East". The song appeared in many compilation albums.
He has collaborated with american rappers such as Evidence, El Da Sensei, Craig G, Keith Murray, Jeru The Damaja, Lil' Dap, Sadat X and canadian producer Marco Polo.
The two debuted in Total Nonstop Action Wrestling on the May 10, 2007, episode of "Impact!"; known as "Basham" (Doug) and "Damaja" (Danny) attacked the Voodoo Kin Mafia on behalf of Christy Hemme. At Sacrifice, they attacked B.G. James prior to their tag team match, turning it into a handicap match; they went on to defeat Kip James. On May 24, on "Impact!", Basham and Damaja defeated Kip James and Lance Hoyt (who was replacing B.G. James). At Slammiversary, Basham and Damaja lost to B.G. and Kip James, but afterward were joined by Hoyt, who turned on the Voodoo Kin Mafia. At Victory Road, Basham and Damaja were defeated by Voodoo Kin Mafia, and they then left the company.
Conway and Dinsmore faced Damaja and David C. on January 6, 1999 in a match for the vacant OVW Southern Tag Team Championship. Damaja and David C. won the match because Dinsmore no-showed in the match while Conway was counted-out. On January 27, they hid their faces by wearing masks and called themselves "Borkcin Brothers". They won the OVW Tag Team Championship as Borkcin Brothers from Damaja and David C. and then unmasked themselves after the match. They would lose the titles back to Damaja and David C. on February 2. After that match, Conway and Dinsmore did not team up for two years because they focused on singles careers and feuded with each other over the OVW Heavyweight Championship exchanging the titles several times. They both went on to become the members of Kenny Bolin's Bolin Services faction in July 1999.
On April 20, 2007, Damaja and Doug Basham took on Rhino in a Derby City Street Fight, which Doug Basham lost. Basham and Damaja both appeared alongside Christy Hemme at the April 30 "TNA Impact!" TV Tapings. They were then revealed on the May 10 "Impact!" to be the mystery team facing the Voodoo Kin Mafia at Sacrifice 2007 in a match which they won.
Aaron Phillip (born January 31, 1974), better known by his stage name Afu-Ra, is a New York-based American underground rapper. Afu, born Aaron Phillip, is a devout student of the Martial arts, as well as Chess. Afu is a member of the Gang Starr Foundation, alongside rappers like Jeru the Damaja, Big Shug and Group Home, and is most well known through his affiliation with the foundation and Jeru the Damaja.
In August 2005, Hollie worked dark matches during "Raw" tapings under his former gimmick, The Damaja and made his televised debut on the September 11 episode of "WWE Heat" (as Danny Basham) under his Damaja gimmick, only more gothic and Raven like. Danny came out with new music, black face paint, and ring attire consisting of black boots and baggy black pants with hooks and chains on them.
To date, the group has collaborated with a diverse array of artists, including Neneh Cherry, DJ Gram’Ma Funk, Sophie Barker, Nappy Roots, Fudge Dog, Sunshine Anderson, Mutya Buena, Jeru the Damaja, Richie Havens, Will Young, Brodanse and Joel Culpepper.
Divine Design is the fourth album by hip hop artist Jeru the Damaja. It is produced by Ed Dantez and Luis "Sabor" Tineo as opposed Jeru's earlier albums which were produced by DJ Premier and Jeru himself.
"The Source" (11/96, p. 132)—3 Mics: Good—"Returning with an unabashed intolerance for the artistic moves of some well-known rap figures...Jeru the Damaja proves that his musical compositions are too mentally stimulating to be ignored."
Still Rising is the fifth studio album by Jeru the Damaja. It was released on October 16, 2007. The album cover is based on the 1968 Olympics Black Power salute.
Jeru the Damaja was born February 14, 1972, in Brooklyn, New York, and spent his early years in the borough's East New York neighborhood, where he began rhyming at block parties as a youth.
In "The Making of: Life After Death", Nashiem Myrick reveals that the second verse has lines directed at Jeru the Damaja and DJ Premier: "Nas said that record was for him, but when Big said, "Son, I'm surprised you run with them/I think they got cum in them, 'cause they nothin' but dicks," he was talking about Jeru the Damaja to Premo 'cause Jeru was going at Big and Puff and all them [with the Premier-produced "One Day" in Jeru's album "Wrath of the Math"]."
Basham went on to create the Revolution faction and feuded with OVW's top stars. Basham signed a WWE development contract in April 2002 and was soon signed to "SmackDown!" in May 2003. In OVW Doug took credit for The Basham Brothers gimmick as his way of getting back at Danny a.k.a. Damaja. The two took part in an epic final encounter which saw Revolution members (including Johnny Spade, Mark Magnus, and Rob Conway) handcuffed to Damaja's allies (including Nick Dinsmore and Johnny Jeter) with Matt Morgan on the entrance ramp to prevent any more run-ins. Damaja was victorious leading to Doug being forced out of OVW. After the match, Doug disbanded Revolution causing the members to attack him and Damaja running back into the ring armed with a Louisville Slugger to make the save. Doug then embraced former partner Damaja and his uncle OVW owner Danny Davis, before going to the back shaking hands with the OVW fans thus making him a face.
The Gang Starr Foundation was a loose collective of various people who have worked closely with the group, through either Guru's now defunct Ill Kid label, DJ Premier's production work or the management company that Gang Starr was represented by, Empire Management. Members of the foundation included Big Shug, Afu-Ra, Jeru the Damaja, Krumbsnatcha, Ed O.G., and Group Home.
Basham returned to OVW and defeated JD Michaels with Al Barone by disqualification, due to Barone getting involved. Doug Basham continues to work sporadically at OVW events, and other independent professional wrestling organizations. He is now wrestling for IWA in Puerto Rico along with Damaja.