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Examples of "heltah"
He has also appeared on songs with Shyheim, Heltah Skeltah, Coolio, MC Breed, Method Man, Busta Rhymes, Young Zee, Bone Thugs N Harmony, Treach, The D.O.C. and others.
The production of "Hot Sex" was sampled for Heltah Skeltah's 1998 hit single "I Ain't Havin' That" and Mary J. Blige's 2003 single, "Love @ 1st Sight".
Rock has admitted being an 80s Brooklyn Decepticons gang member, along with fellow Heltah Skeltah group-member Sean Price and Onyx rapper Sticky Fingaz.
A member of the underground hip hop collective Boot Camp Clik, Price first appeared on Smif-N-Wessun's 1995 album Dah Shinin'. He would soon resurface in 1996 as one half of the critically acclaimed Brooklyn duo Heltah Skeltah, who released their debut album "Nocturnal" on Duck Down Records that year. Heltah Skeltah would go on to release two more albums, 1998's "Magnum Force" and 2008's "D.I.R.T.".
Skyzoo and Illmind secured features from artists that matched the "Live from the Tape Deck" concept. These artists are Heltah Skeltah, Torae, Styles P, Buckshot and Rhymefest. Skyzoo goes further saying: "I went to who I felt made sense for the records I put them on. For instance, when fans hear the track, "The Burn Notice," they’ll agree that the beat, being chaotic and loud, had Heltah Skeltah written all over it."
The album features three songs from Black Moon's "Enta Da Stage", two songs from Smif-N-Wessun's "Dah Shinin'", two songs from Heltah Skeltah's "Nocturnal", one song from O.G.C.'s "Da Storm", one song from Boot Camp Clik's "For the People", one song from Heltah Skeltah's "Magnum Force", one song from Cocoa Brovaz' "The Rude Awakening", one song from Black Moon's "War Zone", and one song from O.G.C.'s "The M-Pire Shrikez Back".
Basic Training is a greatest hits compilation album from Hip Hop collective Boot Camp Clik, featuring singles released from Black Moon, Smif-N-Wessun/Cocoa Brovaz, Heltah Skeltah and O.G.C. between 1992 and 1999.
Heltah Skeltah was a hip hop duo which consisted of rappers Rock (Jahmal Bush) and Ruck (Sean Price). The two were members of New York supergroup Boot Camp Clik, along with Buckshot, Smif-N-Wessun and O.G.C..
KRS-One & Buckshot have stated that the album will feature Mary J. Blige, Talib Kweli, K'naan, Naledge of Kidz in the Hall, Slug, Smif-n-Wessun, Heltah Skeltah, and Immortal Technique.
Smif-N-Wessun's fourth album, "", was released on October 23, 2007. The album is produced by Ken Ring, Tommy Tee and more, and features appearances from Rock of Heltah Skeltah, Joell Ortiz and Norwegian supergroup the Loudmouf Choir.
The legal trouble seems not to have affected his career as a rapper, as Heltah Skeltah returned to the studio to record their third album, "D.I.R.T.", which was released on September 30, 2008.
Two releases are currently scheduled for release in 2008. The first will be the second collaboration album from Buckshot and 9th Wonder, titled "The Formula". The album will be released on March 18 and will feature the single "No Doubt". After officially re-signing to Duck Down as a duo, Sean Price and Rock began recording for a Heltah Skeltah reunion album, titled "D.I.R.T.", an acronym for "Da Incredible Rap Team". This will be the first Heltah Skeltah album released in a decade. The album is scheduled for release on Sept. 30th, 2008, and will feature production from Marco Polo, Evidence and Nottz. A number of other projects are also rumored for release. Sean Price is planning the release of his third solo album, titled "Mic Tyson", as well as a collaborative album with Detroit's Black Milk and Guilty Simpson. Heltah Skeltah's Rock has been planning the release of his first solo album, tentatively titled "Monstah Musik".
"D.I.R.T. (Da Incredible Rap Team)" is the third and final studio album by hip hop duo Heltah Skeltah, consisting of Rock and Sean Price (formerly known as Ruck). It is their first album since 1998, when they released "Magnum Force", which did not receive anywhere near as much critical acclaim and underground success as their 1996 record "Nocturnal". Confirmed producers include Khrysis and Marco Polo. "Everything is Heltah Skeltah" is the first single off the album. The entire album leaked on the internet on September 24.
Da Storm is the first album by the hip hop trio O.G.C. (Originoo Gunn Clappaz), released in October 1996 through Duck Down Records. O.G.C. members Starang Wondah, Louieville Sluggah and Top Dog gained fame as members of the hip hop collective Boot Camp Clik, first appearing with Heltah Skeltah as "The Fab 5" in 1995. The two groups split up to release separate albums in 1996, with "Da Storm" being the last Boot Camp Clik release after Black Moon's "Enta Da Stage", Smif-N-Wessun's "Dah Shinin'" and Heltah Skeltah's "Nocturnal". Of these four Boot Camp albums, "Da Storm" sold the least, reaching just over 200,000 copies in the United States.
The title and concept behind this album were originally developed by Dr. Dre as a collaborative effort between him and Ice Cube, titled "Heltah Skeltah". At that time however, The D.O.C. had become disillusioned with Death Row Records and Dre, having received no payment for his work ghostwriting at Death Row . So in late 1994, D.O.C. decided to leave Death Row and headed to Atlanta, Georgia. Taking lyrics he had already written for "Heltah Skeltah", he recorded "Helter Skelter", keeping the name to spite Dre. His lyrics were inspired by the writings of Milton William Cooper. Especially noticeable in songs "Secret Plan" and "Welcome to the New World".
The title and concept behind this album were originally developed by Dr. Dre as a collaborative effort between him and Ice Cube, titled "Heltah Skeltah". At that time however, The D.O.C. had become disillusioned with Death Row Records and Dre, having received no payment for his work ghostwriting at Death Row . So in late 1994, D.O.C. decided to leave Death Row and headed to Atlanta. Taking lyrics he had already written for "Heltah Skeltah", he recorded "Helter Skelter", keeping the name to spite Dre. His lyrics were inspired by the writings of Milton William Cooper. Especially noticeable in songs "Secret Plan" and "Welcome to the New World".
The Chosen Few is the second album from Hip Hop collective Boot Camp Clik, the first album released from the Clik or any affiliate since 1999. The effort received very strong reviews, and the singles ""And So"" and ""Think Back"" received moderate video play. "The Chosen Few" was the first Boot Camp album released on an independent label, with sales reaching just over 60,000 copies in the United States. The album features seven of the eight original members, Buckshot, Smif-n-Wessun, Sean Price of Heltah Skeltah and O.G.C., with Heltah Skeltah's Rock being the only absent member.
He is also widely sampled in hip-hop and trip-hop songs, such as Heltah Skeltah's "Prowl" or Portishead's "Sour Times". Both songs sample Schifrin's "Danube Incident", one of many themes he composed for specific episodes of the "Mission: Impossible" TV series.
"Natural Born Killaz" is a collaborative single released by Dr. Dre and Ice Cube for the soundtrack of the film "Murder Was the Case". It was originally intended for the scrapped album 'Heltah Skeltah'. It would later be used by professional wrestling tag team The Gangstas during their Extreme Championship Wrestling stint before being used by New Jack for the following years.
Jamal Bush (born November 4, 1975), better known by his stage name Rock (or Big Rock, or alternatively The Rockness Monstah), is an American rapper, famous as a member of hip hop collective Boot Camp Clik and the duo Heltah Skeltah along with Sean Price. He is known for his deep, grimy voice and having a sophisticated and rugged flow.