Synonyms for gza or Related words with gza

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Examples of "gza"
The Kills, GZA, Wiley, ANOHNI and Zomby cancelled scheduled appearances.
The song "The Mexican" was covered by GZA in 2015.
The Soul Rebels featuring Talib Kweli and GZA of Wu-Tang Clan headlined Electric Forest Festival on June 24, 2016. The performance marked the debut performance between The Soul Rebels and GZA.
Licorice is an extract from the "Glycyrrhiza glabra" plant which contains glycyrrhizic acid, or GZA. GZA is made of one molecule of glycyrrhetic acid and two molecules of glucuronic acid.
Masta Killa is a vegetarian, like GZA of the Wu-Tang Clan.
"Cameo Afro" is a single by Big Daddy Kane, GZA & Suga Bang Bang from "".
In 2006 the GZA incorporated as a 501(c)3 nonprofit.
GZA (born 1966) is an American hip hop artist and member of the Wu-Tang Clan.
It is sampled throughout the GZA single "Cold World" from the "Liquid Swords" album.
Friday: GZA (performing "Liquid Swords"), Slint (performing "Spiderland"), Sonic Youth (performing "Daydream Nation")
Hip-hop artists (and cousins) GZA and RZA of the Wu-Tang Clan drink naturally caffeine-free herbal tea and have a conversation with the waiter, Bill Murray, about the dangers of caffeine and nicotine. During this conversation GZA makes a reference to how he would drink lots of coffee before going to bed so his dreams would "whip by" similar to the camera-shots at the Indy 500, very similar to the same reference that Steven Wright did in the first segment. Murray requests that GZA and RZA keep his identity secret, while GZA and RZA inform Murray about nontraditional methods to relieve his smoker's hack.
In 1992, GZA joined the Wu-Tang Clan, a group of nine, formed by his cousin RZA. GZA had some high-profile appearances on the group's debut album, "Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers)" (1993), including a solo track, "Clan in da Front". This, combined with appearances on other Clan members' albums such as "" (1995) and "Only Built 4 Cuban Linx..." (1995) brought him much recognition. According to Method Man, "we form like Voltron and GZA happens to be the head".
The album's cover was designed by Milestone Media Founder/Creative Director and chief artist Denys Cowan, according to the album's liner notes. Cowan's black and white line art was inked by Inker Prentis Rollins. Milestone's Color Editor, Jason Scott Jones created the cover color art digitally at a time when digital coloring was emerging in comic art eventually becoming the standard. GZA's personal manager Geoffrey L. Garfield, commissioned Cowan. Garfield, an avid comic book fan, said the cover art was supervised under the auspices of GZA GrafX, a subsidiary company of GZA Entertainment owned by GZA and Garfield. The concept of the chessboard with its sword-wielding warriors was conceived by GZA, an avid chess player. The GZA version of the Wu-Tang Clan logo, the "G" using the logo iconography, was rendered by Wu-Tang Clan DJ Mathematics who was also an accomplished graphic artist.
The video was directed by GZA himself, who also directed the video for "Shadowboxn'"/"4th Chamber" video.
In September 2009, Mocky had an appearance by the rapper GZA on his soundtrack-like tune "Birds of a Feather".
Afro Samurai OST is the soundtrack of the television series "Afro Samurai". The album was produced by RZA of the Wu Tang Clan, and features big names such as Big Daddy Kane, Talib Kweli, Q-Tip, and GZA. Featuring the historic collaboration between Big Daddy Kane & GZA – "Cameo Afro," this album received great and positive reviews from many websites and magazines.
In 2005, GZA and DJ Muggs (the producer for hip-hop group Cypress Hill) released collaboration album "Grandmasters". Muggs provided all the production for the album, which saw GZA using chess as a metaphor for the rap game, with every song having a chess-themed title.
"Ich Lebe für Hip Hop" () is a single by DJ Tomekk, released in 2000. The song features GZA, Curse, Prodigal Sunn and the Stieber Twins. With the exception of repeating the songs title, Prodigal Sunn and GZA rap in English. Curse and the Stieber twins rap in German. The song peaked at No. 11 in Germany.
Paper Plates, one of the tracks from GZA's Pro Tools album released in 2008 is known to be a 50 cent diss track. The feud between GZA and 50 started in a concert in London, where GZA was performing and during the concert he was responding to what the crowd had to say about the current state of Hip Hop particularly in the Mainstream world. Soulja Boy and 50 cent were both mentioned. GZA made some comments such as, "Fifty doesn't have any motherfuckin' lyrics. You got a lot of record sales, a lot of money nigga but no TALENT!"
Many adverse effects of licorice poisoning can be seen and most are attributed to the mineralocorticoid effects of GZA. Depending on the dose and intake of licorice, serious problems and even hospitalization can arise. People with previously existing heart or kidney problems may be more susceptible to GZA and licorice poisoning. It is important to monitor the amount of licorice consumed in order to prevent toxicity. It is difficult to determine a safe level, due to many varying factors from person to person. In the most sensitive individuals, daily intake of about 100 mg GZA can cause problems. This is equivalent to 50 g licorice sweets. However, in most people, they can consume up to 400 mg before experiencing symptoms, which would be about 200 g licorice sweets. A rule of thumb says a normal healthy person can consume 10 mg GZA a day.