Synonyms for dollaz or Related words with dollaz

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Examples of "dollaz"
The album peaked at No. 154 on the "Billboard" 200. The single "Dollaz, Drank & Dank" reached No. 2 on "Billboard"'s Hot Rap singles chart.
As of May 2011, monthly winners include The F.A.N.S, 'KGonthaTrack, Mike Ewing, Yeyo Beatz, Dirty Rice and Chino Dollaz,Stadium Status, and J-Mac.
The song's music video premiered after the BET Awards on June 26, 2016. The video features cameo appearances by Rick Ross, 2 Chainz, Pusha T, ASAP Ferg, T.I., Swizz Beatz, Busta Rhymes, Fabolous, Yo Gotti, Bryson Tiller and Zoey Dollaz.
"Tunnel Vision" is a single by American hip hop recording artist Kodak Black. It is the lead single from his debut studio album, "Painting Pictures" (2017). The song was released on February 17, 2017 by Dollaz N Dealz Entertainment, Sniper Gang and Atlantic Records. The track was produced by Metro Boomin, Southside and Cubeatz.
On November 2, 2015, VH1 announced the sixth season of the series will premiere on December 14, 2015 with new cast members: Remy Ma, Papoose, Young B., Mariah Lynn, "BBOD" Duo Rappers: SexxyLexxy and MissMoeMoney, Cardi B., DJ Self, and Yorma. They joined returning cast members: Yandy Smith-Harris, Mendeecees Harris, Rich Dollaz, Amina Buddafly, Tara Wallace, Peter Gunz, Cisco Rosado, and Rashidah Ali.
"Love & Hip Hop: New York" has continued for seven seasons with several major cast changes. Managers Rich Dollaz and Yandy Smith have remained the longest surviving cast members. Smith's marriage to Mendeecees Harris was televised live in the special, "Love & Hip Hop: The Wedding Live", which aired on May 25, 2015.
Experience & Education is the second full-length album by rapper Sadat X, of the group Brand Nubian. The album features production from Diamond D, DJ Spinna, Kleph Dollaz and Ge-ology, and guest appearances from Heltah Skeltah, Edo G, Agallah and the Money Boss Players. The album's lead single is "What Did I Do?" b/w "The Great Diamond D."
Since 2009, RZA has made a series of appearances alongside Ohio blues rock band The Black Keys: "Dollaz & Sense" and "Tellin' Me Things" from the Dame Dash-sponsored collaborative album "Blakroc", and the single "The Baddest Man Alive" from "The Man with the Iron Fists" soundtrack. Pharoahe Monch appeared alongside RZA and others on the 1999 "Wake Up Show Anthem," most of which uses the beat from "Airwaves," an interlude from RZA's album "Bobby Digital in Stereo". Monch also featured Method Man on the remix to his 1999 single, "Simon Says"; he also collaborated with RZA on "Dollaz & Sense," and appears with Ghostface Killah and M.O.P. on the soundtrack for "The Man with the Iron Fists", on the track "Black Out."
His third album "Safe + Sound", released in 1995, made number 14 on the Billboard 200. It featured friends 2nd II None, Kam, Playa Hamm and Hi-C. The album features the singles "Dollaz & Sense" and "Safe + Sound". During the process of the album, Quik was feuding with rapper MC Eiht from Compton's Most Wanted and long time friend AMG. Today, he is on good terms with MC Eiht.
On January 30, 2014, VH1 announced the fifth season renewal of "Love & Hip Hop" which premiered on December 15, 2014, with production beginning in late 2014. The fifth season added new cast members: Diamond Strawberry, Cisco Rosado, Chink Santana, Chrissy Monroe, Precious Paris and Jhonni Blaze. They joined returning cast members: Yandy Smith, Mendeecees Harris, Erica Mena, Rich Dollaz, Cyn Santana, Amina Buddafly, Tara Wallace, and Peter Gunz.
"No Flockin" is a single by American hip hop recording artist Kodak Black. It is the lead single from his second mixtape, "Heart of the Projects" (2014). The song, a rap freestyle over an instrumental of the same name produced by VinnyxProd, became a sleeper hit well after it's initial release, and it peaked at 95 on the US "Billboard" Hot 100 in January 2017. The song was released on July 6, 2015 by Dollaz N Dealz Entertainment, Sniper Gang and Atlantic Records.
Safe + Sound is the third album by rapper/producer DJ Quik. It was released on February 21, 1995 on Profile Records. It peaked at number 14 on the "Billboard" 200 on March 11, 1995, number 1 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart the same date, & was certified Gold by the RIAA on July 11, 1995. The album was executive produced by Suge Knight. The album featured the singles "Dollaz & Sense" and "Safe + Sound".
In September of 2016, Valholla announced the production trio The Track Burnaz as a new addition to their management roster. On December 2nd, Epic Records/Freebandz released The Track Burnaz produced single, "Bad Tings" by Zoey Dollaz featuring DB Bantino. The Track Burnaz contributed to Big Sean's fourth studio album, I Decided. on the track "Inspire Me" (produced by The Track Burnaz, Detail and Sidney Swift) and on Future's HNDRXX album with the song, "Use Me".
Painting Pictures is the debut studio album by American hip hop recording artist Kodak Black. It was released on March 31, 2017, by Dollaz N Dealz Entertainment, Sniper Gang and Atlantic Records. Recording sessions took place from 2016 to 2017, with production provided by Metro Boomin, Southside, Mike Will Made It and others; as well as guest appearances by Future, Young Thug, Jeezy and others.
Among the best-known diss tracks are "The Bridge is Over" by KRS-One, "Hit 'Em Up" by Tupac Shakur, "No Vaseline" by Ice Cube, "King of the Hill" by Westside Connection, "2nd Round Knockout" by Canibus, "Dollaz & Sense" by DJ Quik "Ether" by Nas, "The Warning" and "Quitter" by Eminem, "Takeover" by Jay Z, "Fuck wit Dre Day (And Everybody's Celebratin')" by Dr. Dre, "Where the Hood At" by DMX, "Real Muthaphuckkin G's" by Eazy-E, "Back Down" by 50 Cent, "99 Problems (Lil Flip Ain't One)" by T.I., "Back to Back" by Drake, and "Shether" by Remy Ma.
Sledge was putting more time into rapping, she became good friends with fellow Chicago native rapper Sasha Go Hard, and made a guest appearance on Sasha's song, "I Ain't No Hitta" in 2012. Sledge later released a song with a fellow rapper Lil Durk, called "Ghost". In February 2013, Sledge released a collaborative mixtape with fellow Chicago native rapper Mikey Dollaz, titled "Business N Pleasure". In February 2014, she released her first solo mixtape, titled "Schizo" through AOE Music, along with a song, which features guest verse from a fellow American rapper Common, called "No Good".
Ace Hood was born in Port St. Lucie, Florida, on May 11, 1988 and was raised by his mother with his younger cousin Ty Barton, Jr. in Deerfield Beach, part of Broward County. He graduated from Deerfield Beach High School. Following a football injury in the 10th grade, and after realizing he wouldn't be able to go pro, the Broward County native began to seriously consider rapping as a career. So Hood teamed up with a local group called "Dollaz & Dealz" and released a single titled "M.O.E." in 2006. He also began promoting himself via open mic events and talent shows around town.
Erica Mena (Born November 8, 1987), is a reality show personality. Mena is a mother and former model. Mena is known for her appearances in the show "", the original installment of the "Love & Hip Hop" franchise. She wrote the books "Chronicles of a Confirmed Bachelorette" and "Underneath It All". Among her previous rivalries was one with a former boyfriend Rich Dollaz. She was previously in a relationship with Bow Wow They met on the show "106 & Park". She had a miscarriage during their relationship. They were engaged until Bow Wow rekindled his relationship with his child's mother. This caused a public issue between Bow Wow and Mena.
In early 2003, Duck Down Records released a compilation titled "Collect Dis Edition", which was a large collection of the Camp-related singles released during their 2000–2001 album hiatus. In late 2003, Black Moon returned with their third group album, "Total Eclipse". Generally well received, the majority of the album was produced by Da Beatminerz, and also featured beats from Moss, Tone Capone, DJ Static, Nottz, Kleph Dollaz and Coptic. The album featured two singles and music videos, "Stay Real" and "This Goes Out to You", the former becoming an underground hit in '03.
MMM (Money Making Mitch) is a mixtape by Puff Daddy, originally released on November 4, 2015 as a free mixtape on Bad Boy Records. It was later re-released on iTunes as a retail album on December 18, 2015. It serves as the lead-up to Diddy's sixth studio album "No Way Out 2", the sequel to Daddy's debut album "No Way Out" (1997). It features guest appearances from hip hop artists Big Sean, Travis Scott, Ty Dolla Sign, Wiz Khalifa, Brucie B, French Montana, Future, Gizzle, Tish, Jadakiss, Styles P, King Los, Lil' Kim, Pusha T, Zoey Dollaz, Sevyn Streeter and August Alsina. It also features production from Puff Daddy himself, Key Wane, Harry Fraud, Hit-Boy, The Mekanics, Smash David, Mike Will Made It, Travis Scott, Nard & B, Rob Holladay, The Hitmen and Ayo & Keyz.