Synonyms for fatlip or Related words with fatlip

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The artist Fatlip walks along Pico Boulevard in the music video "What's Up Fatlip?" and mentions it in the song.
Problems grew between Fatlip and the other MCs after this album, resulting in his leaving the group. In the documentary "Cydeways: The Best of the Pharcyde", while the group is performing in shows they still offer their support to Fatlip, telling the crowd that if they support Fatlip on his solo career then they support The Pharcyde and vice versa.
Music: Fatlip “Today’s Your Day (Whachagonedu?)” (produced by Sam Spiegel)
Fatlip appeared on MTV's "Jackass" sliding down an escalator rail.
FatLip Recordings was an independent record label owned, operated and releasing music by the band Curve.
Fatlip had a cameo in southern rapper Ludacris's "Get Back" video.
In 2005, Fatlip released his solo debut, "The Loneliest Punk". It includes his single from 2000, "What's Up Fatlip" (which was included in the soundtrack for Tony Hawk's American Wasteland and the Youth in Revolt (film) soundtrack). The music video for "What's Up Fatlip" was directed by Spike Jonze. During the filming process Spike compiled a series of interviews with Fatlip and put them together in a documentary also titled, "What's Up, Fatlip?". The album features guest appearances by Chali 2na (on the song "Today's Your Day", which is included in the skateboarding film "Yeah Right!)", as well as Shock G (on the song "Freaky Pumps"). The album contains songs produced by J-Swift who was responsible for the production of The Pharcyde's first album "Bizarre Ride II the Pharcyde".
Imani started with dancing where he met Slimkid3 (Trevant Hardson), Bootie Brown (Romye Robinson) and Fatlip (Derrick Stewart).
As a member of The Pharcyde, Fatlip contributed to the critically acclaimed "Bizarre Ride II the Pharcyde" as well as the follow-up release "Labcabincalifornia". After the release of the "Labcabincalifornia" album, Fatlip was kicked out of the group for leaving the supporting tour for their second album in favor of working on his own solo efforts.
In 2001, Fatlip was featured on L.A. Symphony's "Big Broke L.A." EP on the track "What You Say".
Fatlip has reunited with former Pharcyde member Tre Hardson to perform on 'The Over 30, Dirty Old Men Tour' together .
Fatlip and Tre Hardson reunited to perform on 'The Over 30, Dirty Old Men Tour'. Fatlip and Tre Hardson were featured on the song "All I Want for Christmas (Is Somebody Else)" featuring St. Imey (formerly of The Wascals) and produced by J-Swift on Delicious Vinyl records.
In early 2009 he also appeared on the two tracks "Hip Hop" (feat. KRS-One, Tre Hardson & Fatlip) and "Strange Enough" (feat. Karen O, Ol' Dirty Bastard, & Fatlip) of Sam Spiegel (musician)'s and DJ Zegon's project N.A.S.A.'s first album "The Spirit of Apollo".
The FatLip brand was once again used for Curve's next album, "The New Adventures of Curve", which was released through the band's website in 2002.
Fatlip (born Derrick Lemel Stewart; March 26, 1968) is a Los Angeles-born hip hop musician. He started his career in the hip hop group The Pharcyde.
In the group, Fatlip could be recognized for his conversational-style delivery of his verses and for having one of the deeper voices of the group.
Fatlip was featured in the song 'All I Want for Christmas (Is Somebody Else)' with Tre Hardson featuring St. Imey (formerly of The Wascals) and produced by J-Swift. These artists are considered currently to be Delicious Vinyl's 'Dream Team'.
The music video features Dolla Boy from DTP's Playaz Circle, who makes a brief part of the song in which he and Ludacris both say, "I came I saw I hit 'em right dead in the jaw." The video also features a cameo from Fatlip, a former member of the group The Pharcyde who previously worked with the video's director Spike Jonze.
The group's four emcees, Bootie Brown, Slimkid3, Imani, and Fatlip, all use the track to recount schoolboy crushes which all eventually led to heartbreak. The song peaked at #1 on the Hot Rap Singles, #52 on the "Billboard" Hot 100 and #28 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles & Tracks charts.
A few weeks after "The New Adventures of Curve" was released, "Gift" was finally released in the United Kingdom. It was released by Artful Records (who had a distribution deal with Universal), though FatLip is also named on the packaging. A similar arrangement was used for the 'Perish' single.