Synonyms for dwele or Related words with dwele

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Examples of "dwele"
Dwele is a mixtape album by the American R&B singer Dwele, released on February 24, 2009.
All songs written, produced and arranged by Dwele unless otherwise noted
Some Kinda... is the second studio album from R&B artist Dwele, released on Virgin Records.
Smooth Jazz artist Boney James covered the song featuring Dwele on the "Shine" album in 2006.
W.ants W.orld W.omen is the fourth album from Dwele. It was released on June 29, 2010 released under E1 Music.
Roy Hargrove's RH Factor, India.Arie, Dwele, Unwrapped Allstars featuring Denis Nelson, Sheree Brown, UCLA Jazz Ensemble, Nolan Shaheed, Garth Trinidad
The series of events popularizes their first slogan, Grabe Man! Dwele Sa'yo? (), a spoof slogan at the midst on the popularity of "Chagalog", a mix of Tagalog words such as Grabe Man and Chavacano words such as Dwele Sa'yo. The slogan was accidentally popularized by Gil Climaco when he always reacted with the words "Grabe Man" during their daily programming.
Dwele was featured on the first single from Kanye West's fifth studio album, "My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy". The song is entitled "Power".
Andwele Gardner (born February 14, 1978), better known by his stage name Dwele is an American soul singer, songwriter and record producer from Detroit, Michigan.
Confirmed guests include Ice Cube, Bizzy Bone, Bun B, Jon B., Kurupt, Dwele and Gift Reynolds have been added as confirmed guests, along with the aforementioned Suga Free.
The covers of "That's the Way of the World" and "Fantasy" performed by Dwele and Meshell Ndegeocello were Grammy nominated for Best Urban and Alternative Performance respectively.
"," an album featuring cover versions of EWF's material, was released on Stax Records on March 27, 2007. Executively produced by Maurice, the album featured artists such as Chaka Khan, Kirk Franklin, Lalah Hathaway, Mint Condition, Dwele, Meshell Ndegeocello, and Angie Stone. Dwele and Meshell Ndegeocello's renditions of "That’s The Way Of The World" and "Fantasy", respectively, were each nominated for the Grammy Award for Best Urban/Alternative Performance.
The seventeen track record features guest appearances from Guilty Simpson, Freeway, Jon Connor, Black Milk, Marv Won, Fatt Father, Dwele, Stretch Money, Fat Ray, Buff 1, Phil Adé, Melanie Rutherford, Kristen Nichole, Jwan, and Suai.
Denmark worked with and provide music for some of Detroit’s most respected artists like Slum Village, Danny Brown, Guilty Simpson, Dwele, Monica Blaire, L’Renee, and DJ Houseshoes (official tour dj for Mayer Hawthorne), just to name a few.
His fifth solo album, titled "", was released on October 14, 2014 via his own Danny Boy Records label, and features fellow Detroit-based artist such as Dwele, Melanie Rutherford, T3, Marv Won, Cadillac Dale, and Monica Blaire.
As producers Jake and the Phatman have racked up a long list of credits including Dawn Robinson, Kelis, Mary J. Blige, TLC, Musiq Soulchild, Anthony Hamilton, Ginuwine, Dwele, Angie Stone, Common, and John Legend.
Other artists who have made guest appearances on Boney's records include Raheem DeVaughn, Faith Evans, George Benson, George Duke, Dwele, Al Jarreau, Philip Bailey, Anthony Hamilton, Jaheim, Eric Benét, Dave Hollister and Angie Stone.
Mellow Beats, Friends & Lovers is a compilation album. It is produced by various artists including Uyama Hiroto, Naoki Maeda, Dwele, Golden Boy, Sora, Takagi Masakatsu, Kuniyuki Takahashi, and Rei Harakami. It is often thought to be produced by Nujabes, but only 2 of the 15 songs are actually produced by him.
The Dresden Soul Symphony is an album by The Dresden Soul Symphony, released October 24, 2008. The musicians reinterpret soul hits and combine them with classical music. The musical ensemble includes vocals from Joy Denalane, Bilal, Dwele and Tweet, the MDR Symphony Orchestra and conducted by Jun Märkl
Released on May 22, 2007, "The People" featuring a chorus by Dwele is the first single on "Finding Forever", and produced by Kanye West. On the track, Common name-checks J Dillla and DJ Premier, rapping, "My daughter found Nemo/ I found the new Primo." He added that "The People" "is really a declaration of who I am right now."