Synonyms for defari or Related words with defari


Examples of "defari"
It features Everlast, Mobb Deep, The Alchemist, Mack 10, WC, Evidence, Defari, KRS-One, B-Real.
The album features guest appearances from Xzibit, Busta Rhymes, Defari, Pharrell, King Tee and Kurupt.
Focused Daily, is the debut album by west coast rapper Defari, was released in February 9, 1999. The album is now out of print.
Extended members and close affiliates include Dilated Peoples and Strong Arm Steady. A spin-off group named Likwit Junkies has been formed by DJ Babu and Defari.
Odds & Evens is the second album by West Coast hip hop artist Defari. It was released in 2003 and features appearances from Tha Liks' members and Dilated Peoples' members.
Defari taught world history and geography at Inglewood High School in Inglewood, California, and holds a bachelor's degree from the University of California, Berkeley and a master's degree from Columbia University in New York City.
Babu is also a member of the Beat Junkies DJ crew, and together with rapper Defari forms the duo the Likwit Junkies. Babu, Evidence and Pharoahe Monch are featured in the song "H! Vltg3," from Linkin Park's album "Reanimation".
Duane Johnson, Jr., also known as Defari, is a West Coast hip hop artist. Primarily, he is a solo artist, additionally he is a member of the Likwit Junkies, a rap duo with DJ Babu of Dilated Peoples. He was born at UCLA Medical Center in Los Angeles. He attended the University of California, Berkeley. He began DJing as a young kid in 1982. He was more focused on emceeing, and by 1995, released his first single "Bionic" on Oakland based ABB Records. With the help of E-Swift of Tha Alkaholiks, by 1999, Defari recorded his first album, Focused Daily released on Tommy Boy/Warner Bros. Records.
In 2006, Paris also released "Paris presents Hard Truth Soldiers, Vol. 1", the first in a Paris-produced compilation series that touched on subjects ranging from war and police brutality to black-on-black crime and domestic violence. It showcased contributions from Public Enemy, the Coup, dead prez, Paris, T-K.A.S.H., Kam, The Conscious Daughters, Mystic, MC Ren, Sun Rise Above, and the S.T.O.P. Movement (Mobb Deep, Tray Deee, Soopafly, KRS-One, Defari, Daz, J-Ro, RBX, Bad Azz, WC, Dilated Peoples, Mac Minister, The Alchemist, Mack 10, Evidence, Defari, Everlast, and B-Real), among others.
The Likwit Crew is a West Coast hip hop collective. It was founded by King T who recruited Tha Alkaholiks as his first acts. Then, other artists such as Xzibit, Phil Da Agony, Lootpack, Defari, Styliztik Jones, Declaime, J. Wells and The Barbershop MC's joined.
"Down with us" is the first song in the STOP Movement. It is also the anthem for this anti-war movement. It was released on April 28, 2003. Produced by Fredwreck, it features Everlast, Tray Deee, Defari, Daz, J-Ro, RBX, Soopafly, Bad Azz, WC, Dilated Peoples, and Mac Minister.
Four albums, and outside production work-including tracks for the Beastie Boys, Linkin Park, Swollen Members, Defari, Planet Asia and co- production on Kanye West's debut album College Dropout which earned him a Grammy, Evidence gave his fans a taste of his talent on his debut solo album The Weatherman LP (ABB Records).
Besides Evidence, other rappers on the album include Phonte, Planet Asia, Rapper Big Pooh, Defari and Slug. The album also features vocals by Noelle Scaggs, Res and Kobe. The majority of the album was produced by Evidence and his bandmate in Dilated Peoples, DJ Babu, Sid Roams and The Alchemist. Other producers include DJ Khalil, Jake One.
Street Music is the fourth album by Defari, an American hip hop musician who is also part of the Likwit Crew. The album features regular collaborators Evidence, J-Ro, E-Swift, The Alchemist and DJ Babu, the latter Defari's partner in the Likwit Junkies.
DJ Babu is a hip-hop DJ and the host and curator for Beat Junkies Radio. DJ Babu is also a member of the Beat Junkies DJ crew, and together with rapper Defari forms the duo the Likwit Junkies, as well as one-third of the hip hop group Dilated Peoples (alongside Rakaa Iriscience and Evidence).
Dear Mr. President is the second STOP Movement song. It was released as a digital download on Fredwreck's official site. Also produced by Fredwreck, it features Everlast, Mobb Deep, The Alchemist, Mack 10, WC, Evidence, Defari, KRS-One, and B-Real.
Home Field Advantage is the debut studio album by hip-hop group The High & Mighty. It is mostly produced by DJ Mighty Mi, but also features production from The Alchemist and Reef. It features guest appearances from rappers, including, Pharoahe Monch, Defari, Evidence, Mad Skillz, Mos Def, Eminem, Cage, Bobbito García, Kool Keith, What? What?, Thirstin Howl III and Wordsworth.
Noelle Scaggs (born October 8, 1979) is an American singer-songwriter from Los Angeles. For ten years she served as front-woman for soul band The Rebirth, and has also collaborated as a composer or vocalist with artists such as The Black Eyed Peas, Dilated Peoples, Quantic, Mayer Hawthorne, Defari, and Damian Marley.
Dilated Peoples are affiliated with fellow West Coast hip hop group tha Alkaholiks. The Liks appeared on "The Platform" on the track "Right On" and "Expansion Team" on "Heavy Rotation." The group also collaborated frequently with west coast emcees Defari and Amad Jamal (an Urban Umpires member) and helped to launch their careers. Defari made one appearance on each Dilated Peoples' album: "Ear Drums Pop (Remix)" on "The Platform"; "Defari Interlude" on "Expansion Team"; "Closed Session" on "Neighborhood Watch"; and "Olde English" on "20/20". Dilated Peoples also made multiple appearances on Defari's album "Odds & Evens". Another Dilated associate is their long-time producer, the Alchemist, who produced five songs on "The Platform", three songs on "Expansion Team", four songs on "Neighborhood Watch", and two songs on "20/20". Dilated Peoples were featured on a song on the Alchemists' "1st Infantry" album. Rakaa has also made guest appearances on the songs "Trance Fat" on Looptroop's album, "Good Things", "Zet 't Blauw" from Dutch rapper Jerome XL's album, "De laatste dag" and "Memory Fades" on St. Cule's album, "American Beef".
The Medicine is an album by West Coast hip hop artist Planet Asia, released on October 3, 2006 through ABB Records. The album is the third installment of Planet Asia's "Medicali series", following "The Sickness" and "The Diagnosis". "The Medicine" is produced by Evidence of Dilated Peoples, and features guest appearances from Krondon, Phil Da Agony, Black Thought, Jonell, Prodigy, Defari and Evidence and Rakaa of Dilated Peoples. The album's lead single is "Thick Ropes" b/w "On Your Way 93706".