Synonyms for eldee or Related words with eldee

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Examples of "eldee"
"All compositions by Ramsey Lewis, Eldee Young and Isaac "Red" Holt except as indicated"
"All compositions by Ramsey Lewis, Eldee Young and Isaac "Red" Holt except as indicated"
Big Boy is the third album by Eldee, released in 2008 and was originally titled "Evolution".
Lanre Dabiri (born May 23, 1977), better known by his stage name Eldee, stylized as eLDee, is a Nigerian rapper, record producer and an Architect. "Lanre" is a diminutive for the Yoruba name "Olanrewaju" (which translates to ""Wealth is moving forward""). eLDee studied Architecture at the University of Lagos, Nigeria. He is an original member of the band Trybesmen, which was started in 1998 with rappers KB and Freestyle. He hails from Lagos Island in Lagos State of Nigeria.
Long Time Coming is the debut album by Eldee which sold lots of copies, it was released in 2004.
This is the discography of Eldee, a Nigerian rapper. He has released four studio albums and twenty-one singles.
The three original members, known as Eldee, Kaboom and Freestyle, first met in 1994 in Lagos. Their first album, "L.A.G Style Volume 1.", was released in 1999 to positive reviews. Their hits included "Trybal Marks" and "Shake Bodi." Two members, eLDee and Freestyle, recorded solo albums after the group broke up. They reunited to perform at an awards ceremony in Abuja in 2009.
"Return of the King" is the second album by Eldee. It was released in 2006, and contains the single ‘I Go Yarn.’
Trybe Records developed artists such as Sasha P, 2Shots, Trybesmen, eLDee, Lequse, olaDele, Timi, Chiddy and Dr Sid, who is now a member of the Mavin Records label. Current artist roster includes K9, Sojay, Aramide, Rukus, and Sarz.
eLDee (Lanre Dabiri) and his long-term partner, Dolapo Latinwo-Belo married and together they have 2 daughters, Temi, and Toke. He has been based in Atlanta, U.S.A since 2002.
eLDee came up with a collaboration of all the artists on the record label and named them Da Trybe. They produced singles "Work it out" and "Oya" in 2002, and the album "BIG Picture" in 2005.
Eldee Young (January 7, 1936 – February 12, 2007) was a jazz double-bass and cello player who performed in the cool jazz, post bop and rhythm and blues mediums.
In addition to his numerous accomplishments as an artist and businessman, eLDee is very passionate about the current state of Africa and is one of the few outspoken Nigerian celebrities when it comes to social issues. His passion is evident in his activism towards social change. eLDee’s thirst for sustainability in Africa is also evident in his music as with each album, he hammers on real issues and seeks to motivate/inspire fans to greatness. eLDee was recently featured on CNN for some of his social campaigns.
"Oleku", Ice Prince's first single off his debut album was met with great reception throughout Nigeria. The song was released under Chocolate City. Ice Prince's 'rap resume' has a long list of songs he's been featured on. He was featured on Taikoon's "Respect My Hustle" with Banky W, DJ Neptune's "This Gbedu Reloaded" with YQ & Shank, Bez's "Super Sun (Remix)" with ELDee & Eva Alordiah, YQ's "Efimile (Remix)" with Naeto C, M.I, Banky W, & ELDee, Pherowshuz's "Korrect (remix)" with M.I & Terry Tha Rapman, Dekunle Fuji's "Funmilayo" with Jesse Jagz, Jamix's "My Party" with Wizkid & Kel, Reminisce's "2 Mussh [Remix]" with Sauce Kid, and Knighthouse's "Make it Better" with Mo'Cheddah, Funbi, & Mobie, among others.
Bloomfield was vice-president of the Eldee Foundation, a charitable foundation whose objective was "to contribute to and assist charitable organizations and institutions in Canada maintained for the benefit of person's of Jewish faith." Originally known as the Canada-Histadrut Foundation, it was established in 1961 by Lady Henriette Davis, the divorced wife of Mortimer Davis. Lady Davis had enlisted the services of Bloomfield to negotiate the final settlement of her divorce trust with her ex-husband's estate. She contributed a large portion of the Eldee Foundation's initial capital of $30 million, and Bloomfield, his brother Bernard, and Abrham Shurem became directors of the foundation.
Ramsey Lewis was born in Chicago, Illinois, to Ramsey Lewis, Sr. and Pauline Lewis. Lewis began taking piano lessons at the age of four. At 15 he joined his first jazz band, the Cleffs. The seven-piece group provided Lewis his first involvement with jazz; he would later join Cleffs drummer Isaac "Red" Holt and bassist Eldee Young to form the Ramsey Lewis Trio.
His first full credit production work was for Lord of Ajasa's "See Drama" in 2007. He has produced tracks for Wizkid, Naeto C, Banky W, Skales, Shank, Reminisce, Goldie Harvey, eLDee, Wande Coal and YQ. He was formerly signed to Trybe Records, but left the outfit after his contract expired in November 2013.
After moving to the United States in 2002, eLDee recorded a solo album titled "Long Time Coming" and followed up with "Return of the King" in 2006. The latter album earned various nominations and awards for both videos and songs, including the Nigerian Entertainment Award for “Best International Album”.
"Tease Me/Bad Guys" is a song by Nigerian Afrobeat recording artist Wizkid. It was officially released on April 2, 2010, as the second single from his debut album "Superstar" (2011). The song was produced by Samklef. It features cameo appearances from Skales, Samklef, D'Prince, Ice Prince, M.I, Jesse Jagz, ELDee, Dr SID, Wande Coal, and Banky W.
Zaina has worked with artists Eldee, Banky W, Styl Plus, Lynxx, Sauce Kid and Sasha. She has also shared the same stage with the likes of D'banj and 2face Idibia. She a performed at the NEA 2011 awards in New York.