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During his time at KISS FM, Enuff decided to return to deejaying local parties, and it was during this time that an up-and-coming rapper from Brooklyn named The Notorious B.I.G aka Biggie Smalls heard about him. Enuff was asked by Puff Daddy aka Diddy to become Biggie's road DJ. Touring with the Notorious BIG was an especially memorable experience for DJ Enuff. After B.I.G's death, Enuff took a break from music and hip hop, returning a short while later.
"Tuff Enuff" is a song by the blues rock band The Fabulous Thunderbirds. It was written by the band's lead singer Kim Wilson and appeared on the album "Tuff Enuff". It was produced by Dave Edmunds.
DJ Enuff was spinning for Queen Pen when Pen got DJ Enuff onstage at the HOT 97 Summer Jam 1998 concert. Programming Director of HOT 97 at the time, Tracey Cloherty, invited Enuff to be on the station and he accepted. Officially hired on August 24, 1998, Enuff commanded the 8am "Traffic Jam" on "The Ed Lover Morning Show" and "The Star and Buckwild Morning Show" from 1998 to 2000. He also had his own show called "The Midnight Run" on Saturday nights from 12am to 4am. "The Midnight Run" was on air for about two years. In 2000 DJ Enuff joined "The Angie Martinez Show" and both have been on air together since. DJ Enuff mixes during Angie's show from 4pm to 6pm. His show is called "The Rush Hour". At the end of 2009, his show was extended an additional 60 minutes, now running from 4:00pm to 6:00pm.
The Fabulous Thunderbirds song "Tuff Enuff" plays during the ending credits.
"Time to Let You Go" was originally recorded by Enuff Z'nuff on the album Strength.
Tuff Enuff Records is a queer/riot grrrl record label based in Brighton, UK.
Tuff Enuff is a 1986 studio album by Texas-based blues rock and rockabilly band The Fabulous Thunderbirds which pointed the band in a more mainstream direction. The single, "Tuff Enuff" was featured in the films "Gung Ho", "Tough Guys", as was the follow-up single "Wrap It Up". It has also been played a number of times on the sitcom "Married... with Children". "Tuff Enuff" remains the band's only Top 40 hit, peaking at No. 10 on the "Billboard" Hot 100.
Tweaked is the 5th studio album and first independently released collection of new material by American rock band Enuff Z'nuff.
"Can't Get Enuff" is a single by American rock band Winger, from their album "In the Heart of the Young".
Its members have been featured in BMWCCA Roundel, Car and Driver and MTV's Fast Enuff reality show.
The Music Ain't Loud Enuff is the debut album by DJ Kool released in 1990. The album includes eighteen tracks, including the song titled "The Music Ain't Lound Enuff", which was originally released in 1988 as a single and released by Creative Funk Records.
Following an appearance on Tuff Enuff Records’s debut compilation "Why Diet When You Could Riot?", gigs with Shrag and (Athens, Georgia’s) Tunabunny led to a split single with London’s Skinny Girl Diet on Happy Happy Birthday To Me Records in 2013. A cassette/download EP on Tuff Enuff - "Hens Teeth" - followed in 2014.
The World Ain't Enuff is the third album released by American rapper Tela. It was released on September 19, 2000 through Rap-a-Lot Records and was produced by Tela himself and Slice Tee. "The World Ain't Enuff" was Tela's highest charting album peaking at 47 on the "Billboard" 200 and 8 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums.
Enuff also got involved in television, becoming part of "106 & Park" from 2003 to 2005 alongside then hosts Free and AJ. He mixed live during the show and hosting duties during "Freestyle Fridays," and he also mixed during major network events like the BET Awards and "Spring Blin". In 2009 Enuff was able to reprise his role as B.I.G's DJ in the film "Notorious.
Causing some confusion, Seven was later re-released under its original Japanese title, "Brothers" in the U.S. (featuring with new artwork and the Enuff Z'Nuff name) in 2008. The "Enuff Z'Nuff: Brothers" re-issue is the same as the original "Chip & Donnie" Japanese release in '94, meaning the bonus tracks from "Seven" are no longer present.
Kim Wilson (born January 6, 1951) is an American blues singer and harmonica player. He is best known as the lead vocalist and frontman for the Fabulous Thunderbirds on two hit songs of the 1980s, "Tuff Enuff" and "Wrap It Up." Wilson wrote "Tuff Enuff," the group's only Top 40 hit.
Enuff Z'Nuff currently has 13 studio albums, 5 live albums, and 2 Greatest Hits compilations for a total of 20 official albums. Their highest charting singles were "Fly High Michelle" and "New Thing" from their 1989 self-titled release. Enuff Z'Nuff's latest studio release, Clowns Lounge, hits Japan on November 23rd and America/Europe on December 2nd.
V8 is a power pop band formed in Wales by Donnie Vie of Enuff Z'nuff, Baz Francis of Magic Eight Ball and Lewis John.
2012: Bang Tango, Trixter, Jackyl, Blackfoot, Molly Hatchet, 38 Special, Enuff Z'nuff, Lynch Mob, Stryper, Queensrÿche (first show w/new singer Todd La Torre)
Lineup: My Own Victim, Power Of Expression, Stuck Mojo, Snapshot, Merauder, Rotting Christ, Moonspell, Tuff Enuff, Acid Drinkers, Manhole, Drain, Fear Factory