Synonyms for funkdoobiest or Related words with funkdoobiest

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Examples of "funkdoobiest"
Allrovi reviewer David Jeffries compared the album's musical style to Cypress Hill, Funkdoobiest and Mike E. Clark.
Brosnan moved into music video production in 2005, directing videos for new British artists such as The Freestylers, Abi, Jade, Sophie Ellis-Bextor, Kill Kineda, Tricky, Aphex Twins, Proper Grounds, Onyx, Cypress Hill, Funkdoobiest, Mos Def and Placebo
"There's a Situation on the Homefront", an album recorded in 1993, was released on Breakfast Records in 2010. It features guest appearances from Son Doobie of Funkdoobiest, among others.
"Diamonds and Guns" is a 2003 single by American rapcore supergroup Transplants that reached #27 on the UK Singles Chart. It features a guest appearance from Son Doobie of the Latin hip-hop group Funkdoobiest.
Funkdoobiest is an American rap group from Los Angeles, California. The original members were Son Doobie (Jason Vasquez), DJ Ralph M (Ralph Medrano) and Tomahawk Funk (Tyrone Pacheco). The latter left after their second album.
Which Doobie U B? is the debut studio album by Los Angeles-based Latino rap group Funkdoobiest. It was released by Epic Records on May 4, 1993. The executive producer was DJ Muggs.
Grammy Award-winning music producer Todd Ray (T-Ray)'s career has logged a lengthy discography, which includes artists Jack Johnson, Nas, Funkdoobiest, The Whooliganz, Mick Jagger, House of Pain, Non Phixion, Bo$$, The Beastie Boys, G. Love & Special Sauce, Cypress Hill, MC Serch, Santana, 311, Audioslave, Artifacts, and Ozomatli.
Brett Bouldin founded the group and later wrote Cypress Hill's "Hand on the Pump". He also taught B-Real, Son Doobie, Sean B, Malverde, and others how to write songs. He has written for and performed with others including Shanice Wilson, Portrait, Sugar Ray, and Funkdoobiest.
Several songs by Los Ángeles Negros have been covered by bands and artists such as Los Tr3s, Los Bunkers, Sexual Democracia, José José, Raphael, and Celia Cruz, while others have been sampled by hip hop and rap acts such as the Beatnuts the Beastie Boys, Jay-Z, Damian Marley, and Funkdoobiest.
In 2009 Chris and Jodoh recorded the album "Eavesdrop Assembly" at Kushhouse Studio in Thousand Oaks, Ca. with guest vocals by Steve Ewing of The Urge and Son Doobie of Funkdoobiest. The album was mixed by John Flannery of Too Rude and mastered by Matt Hyde. The album is slated for a 2014 physical/digital release on MNO Records.
She was born in Brooklyn, New York. She was the Hit Squad's first female member, and made guest appearances on albums by Keith Murray, Redman, Xzibit, Delinquent Habits, Funkdoobiest, the Cocoa Brovaz, and others. She also appeared on Puff Daddy's track "P.E. 2000". Her much-delayed debut album, "All Woman", was released in 1997.
Lawrence Muggerud (born January 28, 1968), better known by his stage name DJ Muggs, is an American DJ and producer. He produced tracks for Funkdoobiest, House of Pain, Dizzee Rascal, U2, Depeche Mode, Die Antwoord and more. He is a current member of hip hop group Cypress Hill, trip hop band Cross My Heart Hope To Die, and the leader of Los Angeles art collective Soul Assassins.
Litefoot is not the first Native American to perform rap music (Melle Mel, who is of Cherokee descent, may be the first). However, he (as is Tomahawk Funk, of DVX and later of Funkdoobiest) is among the first Native Americans who actually is an enrolled member of a federally recognized tribe to perform rap music. He has won six Native American Music Awards, his most recent for Artist of The Year.
The band headlined the Soul Assassins tour with House of Pain and Funkdoobiest as support, then performed on a college tour with Rage Against the Machine and Seven Year Bitch. In 1993, Cypress Hill also had two tracks on the "Judgment Night" soundtrack, teaming up with Pearl Jam (without singer Eddie Vedder) on the track "Real Thing" and Sonic Youth on "I Love You Mary Jane".
After two years of recording, Transplants released their debut album "Transplants" on Hellcat Records in October 2002. In the end, the album was recorded and mixed entirely in Armstrong's basement. Special guest vocalists included Eric Ozenne (The Nerve Agents), Davey Havok (AFI), Son Doobie (Funkdoobiest), Danny Diablo (Crown of Thornz, AKA Lord Ezec), Lars Frederiksen (Rancid) and Brody Dalle (The Distillers, ex-wife of Armstrong). Brody sings on the track "Weigh on My Mind", which Armstrong, at the time, described as "their song."
Brothas Doobie is the second album by the Los Angeles-based Latino rap group Funkdoobiest. It was released by Epic Records in July 4, 1995. This was the final album for the back-up MC and hypeman, Tomahawk Funk, because he left group after this release. The album contains the famous and controversial track "Superhoes", which also appeared in the soundtrack to the film "Friday", starring N.W.A's Ice Cube. The album has been falsely shown with a blue cover, several times. It has a green color instead.
The venue hosts weekly events Sunday to Wednesday including a Blues Jam on Mondays and a weekly Jazz Jam hosted by Bukky Leo on Tuesdays. Featured weekend events cover a diverse genre of music, including Reggae, Northern Soul, Hip hop, Grunge, House music and Electronica. During this period The Silver Bullet has hosted live performances from many acts including Laura Marling, John Newman, Electric Pyramid, Mad Professor, James Walsh, Funkdoobiest, Lords of the Underground, and Jeru The Damaja. There have also been DJ Sets from Rudimental, The Herbaliser, Don Letts, Paul Hartnoll of Orbital, DJ Derek and Fabio.
Melle Mel, the first rapper to ever use the epithet "MC", is Cherokee and Ernie Paniccioli, a famous photographer of hip-hop culture who grew up in Brooklyn, is Cree. Funkdoobiest, Solé, and Litefoot (winner of the Native American Music Award), are also well-known Native American hip-hop artists. Wu-Tang affiliate King Just is also of Native American and the Ol' Dirty Bastard also claimed to be of Native American descent. Flavor Unit member Apache is also Native American. Except for perhaps a few other artists, the majority of Native American hip hop is to be found in the underground scene, rarely gaining exposure beyond regional hits.
Following De la Fuente's departure from the group, most of the classic band members also left and established bands with similar names, including Germaín y sus Ángeles Negros and Los Ángeles de Chile. Guitarist Mario Gutiérrez continued to work with other musicians under the name of Los Ángeles Negros. Songs by Los Ángeles Negros have been covered by singers including Celia Cruz, Raphael, and José Luis Rodríguez, while others have been sampled by hip-hop and rap musicians such as Funkdoobiest, Damian Marley, the Beastie Boys, and Jay-Z.
Caan and Maman met as teenagers in the wealthy neighborhood of Beverly Hills, California. The duo began performing throughout the Los Angeles area and gained recognition. Maman's childhood friend Evidence introduced the group to Quincy Jones III and they began work on a demo. They eventually caught the attention of B-Real of Cypress Hill, who invited the teens to join the collective Soul Assassins, which also consisted of Cypress Hill, House of Pain and Funkdoobiest. The Whooliganz toured the country with the Soul Assassins and their connection helped them land a record deal with Tommy Boy Records.