Synonyms for dopeman or Related words with dopeman
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2000 • Budapest • "Zséda", "
On October 30, 2011, a day before the release of the mixtape, "
" featuring Jadakiss and Dre was released.
Music is the first mixtape by southern rapper Scarface. It was released on his independent label Facemob Music. The song "
Music" had a promotional video. 2 years after Scarface announced his retirement he came back to hip hop with this mixtape; speaking on the issue Scarface said, "I'm a free agent".
The song, "Can't Stop", was previously released on the Ant Banks album, "Big Thangs". Another song, "
", was later included on two Priority Records compilations, "In tha Beginning…There Was Rap" and "". "
" is a cover version of the 1987 N.W.A song of the same name.
At 0:58 the song contains a reference to "Scarface": ""To be a
, boy, you must qualify - don't get high off your own supply.""
A controversial video was also made for "
". MTV has refused to air the video allegedly due to drug references. Band supporters maintain that the song has fewer references to drugs than many videos played on MTV and is actually commenting on the negative aspects of a "
" lifestyle. In addition claims have been made that the band Sugar Ray copied the video's concept in one of their own music videos.
The "Devilish" EP, and "Frosty The
" EP were released in 2007. The "Perception vs Reality" EP was released in 2012. ABK released the "Don't Let Go" EP in 2013.
Both the original version and the remix versions of "Boyz-n-the-Hood" appear on the 1989 12" maxi-single. They are featured on side A, while the original and remixed versions of "
" appear on side B.
Popular Hungarian hip hop is popular among the inner city/urban population in Hungary. Performers include a gangsta rap pioneer, Ganxsta Zolee, his local fellow
, L.L. Junior and Sub Bass Monster.
In addition to "Meal Ticket", Daz has also released other songs that will be on the album, including the title track, "Only On The Left Side", which samples the Snoop Dogg song Drop It Like It's Hot. He has also released "Thiz Weekend Again" featuring Soopafly. On March 26, 2008 he released his "street single", called "I'm Da
Berry made a brief appearance in Insane Clown Posse's film "Big Money Hustlas" as Bootleg Greg, a merchandise counterfeiter. In 1996, he made an appearance in Less Than Jake's video "
" (which was never aired on television). In the second season of the comedy television series "Scrubs", he appeared in his iconic Rerun suspenders and beret in an extended dance sequence fantasized by Dr. John "JD" Dorian (which included a dozen others also wearing the same outfit).
Hip hop and rap have been developing in Hungary with two scenes, underground and mainstream, which is mostly popular among young people in Hungary. Underground rappers condemn the mainstream for "selling" their music and usually provide deeper message. Mainstream hip hop is dominated by the pioneer of Gangsta rap in Hungary, Ganxsta Zolee, and there are also other famous ones including , Sub Bass Monster,
, and LL Junior. Mainstream hip-hop is extremely popular among the Romani youth.
This track was also the B-side of a split single release with Eazy-E's "Boyz-n-the-Hood", which was released in 1989, following the commercial success of Eazy-E's solo debut "Eazy-Duz-It" and the group's first album proper, "Straight Outta Compton", on which a remix of "Dope Man" was included. Both the original version and remix version of "
" appear on side B of the split, while the original version and the remix version of "Boyz-n-the-Hood" appear on side A.
Criminal Manne has released four albums and a series of mixtapes. Albums: "PlayTime's Over" in 2002. "Neighborhood Dope Manne" in 2003. "Street Ways" in 2005 and "Got Work" in 2009. Mixtapes: "daNeighborhood
" (hosted by the Aphilliates & DJ Drama), "The Takeover (with Frayser Boy)", "Atlanta to Memphis" (Criminal Manne & Pastor Troy), "Certified Dopeboy (hosted by DJ Scream)", "Got Work", "The Re-Up (hosted by DJ Scream)", "Certified Dopeboy Vol. 5", "Blow (hosted by DJ 5150)", "Blow 2 (hosted by DJ 5150)", "Blow 3 (hosted by DJ Scream & DJ 5150)", "Blow 3.5 Grams(hosted by Traps N Trunks & DJ Mic Tee)" and "The Come Up (hosted by Traps N Trunks)".
Ruthless was formed as a vehicle for releases by N.W.A, as well as member and cofounder Eric "Eazy-E" Wright; its first successful single was Eazy's "Boyz-n-the-Hood", followed by N.W.A's "
", "8-Ball" and "Panic Zone", introductory to the group's "N.W.A. and the Posse", a compilation album released under the group's name, albeit not on Ruthless. It also put out singles by underground California acts such as Frost and J.J. Fad, but the label's first full-length release was N.W.A's "Straight Outta Compton", which was eventually certified Triple Platinum by the RIAA. Immediately following this was the release of Eazy's solo debut, "Eazy-Duz-It".
Meanwhile one of the members of the Kartel, Lory B left the crew and converted a born again Christian and starting a solo effort in Christian rap. Another member O.G. Sámson release "Ganjaman" a single written in jungle rap genre that became also successful thanks to its weed-worshipper lyrics and nudist video. The group adopted a new member
who had street creditibility with his suburban-gipsy background. His trademark is a rapping technique similar to Master P's "Uhh!" sound and the use of enjambements in his verses. Later he quit the band and started a solo career as well as producing new artists including acts such as Fekete Vonat (Eng.: Black Train) a trio who have used traditional roma techniques in their hip hop recordings and MC Ducky a female rapper and Majka Papa a former Való Világ (Real World) runner-up. His own album "Magyarország rémálma" (Eng.: Nightmare of Hungary) became a gold album (15,000) in 2000 and Fekete Vonat's "A város másik oldalán" (Eng.: On the other side of the city) has reached platinum in 2001. It contained the title track with the same name, which gained major radio airplay as well as TV videoplay. Its tune was sampled from Bill Withers' "Just the two of us". In 2003 Majka's "Az ózdi hős" (Eng.: The Hero of Ózd) was also awarded gold and had a duo single with his producer sampling the Dr. Dre beat Nuthin' But a "G" Thang. The street-macho image has been strengthened by a TV boxing ceremony entitled "Starbox", an attempt to get rival celebrities into a fistfight. All Majka, Zolee and
participated and fought well.
In 1987, Dr. Dre sampled the Ohio Players' ARP synth riffs from their 1973 funk hit "Funky Worm" in the N.W.A song "
". Being the first hip-hop producer to sample the song, Dre both paved the way for the future popularization of the G-funk style within hip-hop, and established heavy synthesizer solos as an integral part of his production style. Dr. Dre was also one of the very first producers to interpolate the then little-known drum break from The Winstons' "Amen, Brother" in the N.W.A song "Straight Outta Compton". This break has since becοme a staple in not only hip-hop, but all popular music, having been used in over 1700 songs.
Menace II Society is the name of the official soundtrack for the movie of the same name. It was released May 26, 1993 by Jive Records. It peaked at number 1 on the "Billboard" Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums and at number 11 on the "Billboard" 200. Several songs heard both in the movie and in the closing credits, such as "Got to Give It Up" by Marvin Gaye, "Love and Happiness" by Al Green, "
" by N.W.A, "Ghetto Bird" by Ice Cube, "Computer Love" by Zapp, "For the Love of You" by The Isley Brothers", "Honey Love", "Slow Dance (Hey Mr. DJ)", and Dedicated (all performed by R. Kelly), "Atomic Dog" by George Clinton, "Fly Away" by Hi-Five, "Only The Strong Survive" by Jerry Butler, and a remix to "Streiht Up Menace" by MC Eiht, were not included in the soundtrack album.
The song's ARP synthesizer solos have become a staple part in hip hop sampling history, being sampled by artists such as MC Breed, Too $hort, Dr. Dre, Xzibit, Game, and countless other rap/hip hop artists. The high-pitched whine of the synthesizer on the song was often emulated by producers from the West Coast and became a staple in G-Funk music. N.W.A notably sampled "Funky Worm" on their songs "Gangsta Gangsta" and "
". Ice Cube sampled "Funky Worm" for his songs "Wicked" and "'Ghetto Bird", duo Kris Kross' 1992 single "Jump", Lil' ½ Dead's 1994 song "East Side, West Side", DJ Jazzy Jeff and the Fresh Prince's 1993 hit "Boom! Shake the Room", and Ruff Ryders 1999 song "Bugout" also samples the song.
Albeit in prison since June 2009, Max B has been featured on various artists' records, utilizing preexisting recordings or through phoned-in verses and messages from prison. A collaborative mixtape titled "
" with fellow Gain Greene rapper Mak Mustard was released on April 4, 2010. A collaborative mixtape "A Wave Called Yes" with Amalgam labelmate Young Riot was released on May 26. The record contained two collaborative tracks featuring Curren$y who had signed to Amalgam in 2009, having had the opportunity to work with Max during his final months before his sentencing. In 2012, Isaiah Toothtaker released a collaborative mixtape called "Toothy Wavy" which featured phoned-in verses from Max B, and production by The Hood Internet. When Kanye West's album was named Waves, Max B (originator of the wave), expressed approval of the name change. He called in the Breakfast Club and said "It's all love. I appreciate it." Also, in 2016, a phone conversation with Kanye West was featured on West's 7th studio album, The Life of Pablo.
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