Synonyms for gyptian or Related words with gyptian

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Examples of "gyptian"
Steel Pulse, Gyptian, Los Rakas, Tanya Stephens, The Wailing Souls
Gyptian is currently single and is living in Jamaica.
Some Gyptians and half-Gyptians, such as Bernie Johansen, take up employment on land, although it appears that these are a minority. Some hide their gyptian heritage while still reporting information back to the gyptian leaders.
Gyptian, Juicy J (Three 6 Mafia), Wiley, MJ Cole, Karl Wolf, Kardinal Offishall, Sway Robert Owens.
Sex Love & Reggae is the fourth album by Jamaican reggae singer Gyptian. The album was released on 25 October 2013.
Farder Coram is a respected, elderly Gyptian. He acts as adviser to the Gyptian King John Faa, who describes him as ""a wise man … a seer"". In the book Farder Coram has a large, unusually beautiful, golden-brown cat dæmon named Sophonax. Coram mainly appears in "Northern Lights".
Gyptian had further chart success with his album "Hold Yuh", which reached number 2 on "Billboard"'s Reggae Albums Chart. The title track, "Hold Yuh", became a multi-chart hit worldwide. According to "Billboard" magazine, "not since Wayne Wonder's "No Letting Go" has an underground reggae artist garnered as much attention in the United States as Jamaica's own Gyptian."
Gyptians are a fictional ethnic group in the universe inhabited by Lyra Belacqua; they are roughly analogous to Gypsies. The name 'Gyptian', like 'Gypsy', is derived from 'Egyptian'.
This single is on the popular "Seasons Riddim", a huge dancehall instrumental, on which other artists such as Morgan Heritage, T.O.K., Gyptian, and Wayne Wonder have recorded.
Hold You is the third album by Jamaican reggae singer Gyptian. The album was released on 25 October 2010 by CD and 12 October by Digital download.
On 12 September 2004, Gyptian released his first album on VP Records. On 12 December 2007, Gyptian, while in New York City, shot the music video, directed by Rhona Fox, for his new single, "I Can Feel Your Pain" (Cloud Nine Riddim) Produced by Jon FX. The song was the first to be confirmed to appear on his album "I Can Feel Your Pain", which was released in 2008.
In 2011, Wade performed at the One Love Peace Festival in London with other artists including Sean Paul, Busta Rhymes, Shaggy, Gyptian, Aswad, Third World, Etana, King Sounds and John Holt.
Through his travels Sadiki has shared the stage with Buju Banton, Gyptian, Shaggy, Wayne Wonder, Maxi Priest, Marcia Griffiths, K-Ci & JoJo, Beenie Man, Gerald Levert, Kelly Price among others.
Trollesund is the main port of the country of Lapland, which Lyra and her Gyptian protectors visit during their journey to Bolvangar. Trollesund has a witch consulate, which the Gyptians go to in order to get support from the witches.
A minor character whose dæmon has the rare quality of being the same sex as himself. Half-gyptian, he was tasked with watching Lyra for Lord Faa while working as a pastry chef at Jordan College.
Windel Beneto Edwards (born 25 October 1983), better known by his stage name Gyptian, is a Jamaican reggae singer. He often appears with roots reggae songs within the reggae subgenre dancehall.
Other notable releases in 2015 include "My Number 1" by Stylo G featuring Gyptian a record Diztortion co-wrote with Stylo G, and the Lethal Bizzle featuring Shakka single "Playground" which was another Diztortion produced single.
In contrast with a dancehall compilation album STB vol. 47, STB vol. 46 features lovers rock and conscious reggae tunes that bring listeners to the soft side of reggae. STB vol. 46 is a double-disc album: disc one includes latest reggae hits from Beres Hammond, Freddie McGregor, Morgan Heritage, Romain Virgo, Christopher Martin, Gyptian, Busy Signal, Tarrus Riley, Etana, Jah Cure, Chino, Iba Mahr, and Jamelody. Disc two is a set of classic reggae hits that represent the values and consistency of the series. featuring artists from disc two are: Sanchez, Anthony B, V.C., Jah Mason, Jr. Kelly, George Nooks, Gyptian, Etana, Bascom X, Busy Signal, Terry Linen, Mr. Vegas.
As a producer, Kemar McGregor has placed four albums within the "Billboard" Reggae Albums chart, including Sizzla's "Speak of Jah (2004)," Gyptian's "My Name Is Gyptian (2006)," Gyptian's "I Can Feel You Pain (2008)" and Musiq Soulchild & Syleena Johnson's pop-reggae album, "9INE (2013)," which debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard Reggae Albums chart in October 2013.
Ragab is perhaps best known outside Egypt for two collaborative concerts he performed with Sun Ra, in 1971 and 1983. Ragab's composition "Egypt Strut" (recorded sometime within 1968-1973 and later by Sun Ra in 1983), the title a reference to "King Tut Strut", is referenced in the title of Frank Zappa's 1977 composition "Re-Gyptian Strut".