Synonyms for jewelz or Related words with jewelz

bangarang              ratatat              vicetone              brodinski              pictureplane              pharcyde              evahflowin              wildstylez              sbtrkt              datarock              borgore              ookay              latyrx              strugglin              samiyam              sahdeeq              aceyalone              zomboy              skream              jahdan              flosstradamus              kalifornia              funtcase              gesaffelstein              seksu              modeselektor              machinedrum              odesza              soulstice              tokimonsta              kaytranada              clubmix              shabaam              phazes              headhunterz              subnoize              digitalism              coone              oddisee              dvbbs              freaker              eligh              toddla              congorock              hermitude              declaime              kshmr              darude              araabmuzik              fatlip             



Examples of "jewelz"
On August 22, 2013, he released the second single "100 More Jewelz".
As part of the concept for Jewelz, the CD was sold with different colored disc art inspired by the color palate of various jewels.
Jewelz & Sparks, formerly known as Jewelz & Scott Sparks, is a German DJ and production duo consisting of Julius Voigtländer (born 1984) and Gregor Brechmann (born 1991) that formed in 2011, and they are one of the most successful German EDM projects.
The disc jockey is supported by Mike Williams, Tony Junior, Jewelz & Sparks, Juicy M, Jonas Aden, Funk D and other notable artists from the Electronic dance music scene.
A VEVO video for the track "Jewelz Pt. III" by Napoleon Da Legend, produced by Auréli1 a.k.a TIGA for Napoleon Da Legend's album "Awakening," was released in late 2012. The video was directed for EVG Studio by Edson Florez.
Jewelz is the second album by the rapper O.C.. Unlike his debut, 1994's "Word...Life", "Jewelz" features a wider number of guest producers and rappers. Producer DJ Premier (who also oversaw and mixed other parts of the album) lends his hand on four songs, while Buckwild, Da Beatminerz and O.Gee all drop three songs each. D.I.T.C. members Showbiz and Lord Finesse each contribute one number and as the album was released the production was highly praised for its clean, crispy but at the same time dark and menacing sound.
In 1997, he started working on his second studio album, "The Big Picture". COC folded when Bloodshed died in a car accident on March 2, 1997. DITC appeared in a July issue "On The Go Magazine". Coleman appeared on O.C.'s single "Dangerous" for O.C.'s second album "Jewelz". In November, he was the opening act for O.C.'s European Jewlez Tour.
Ultra Beach took place for the third consecutive year at the Hotel Amfora Grand Beach Resort in Split, Croatia on the following day. The lineup for that included Fedde Le Grand, Oliver Heldens, Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano, Moguai, and Jewelz & Sparks.
Even before merger, both musicians were active as DJs and producers. Jewelz, with Josh the Funky 1, released a remix of "The Groove" on Groovebox 2008. A year later he appeared along with Meesh on the single "If U Luv Me". Scott Sparks was active on Straight Line Records, releasing his debut single "Insane" in 2011.
On September 28, 2015, Jewelz & Sparks released "Mental" through Le Grand's label Darklight Records. Their next single "I Can Fly", was released on November 30, 2015 through Tiësto's label Musical Freedom and was Jewelz & Sparks' first Beatport Top 10 hit and the first number one in the genre charts. As co-producer they worked again with Virtual Riot. "Drip" was released in March 2016 on Blasterjaxx' label Maxximize Records. In an interview, they announced that they intend to collaborate more in the future. Their next single, "Hoe", a collaboration with D.O.D, was released on April 18, 2016. While it was considered at first of which, that the "Hoe" refers to the English word for "whore", it soon became clear that it is the involvement of the fans with the exclamations "Hey, hoe" during a performance.
Among the 150 lecturers of the Popakademie, there are outstanding artists and experts of the music business. Business and music students as well as graduates of the Popakademie took part in successful collaborations, such as the German number-one-albums of Casper, Cro, Frida Gold and Tim Bendzko. Popakademie-related bands and artists like Abby, Crada, The Intersphere, Virtual Riot, Get Well Soon, Jewelz & Sparks and Audiodamn! played international shows and festivals such as Glastonbury and SXSW.
During the 2000 offseason, Iverson recorded a rap single called "40 Bars". However, after being criticized for its controversial lyrics, he eventually was unable to release it. Going under his moniker, "Jewelz", the album was alleged to have made derogatory remarks about homosexuals. After criticism from activist groups and NBA Commissioner David Stern, he agreed to change the lyrics, but ultimately never released the album.
He has played a pivotal role in the careers of talents such as Nicky Romero, Deniz Koyu and Danny Avila. In recent years he has intensified his commitment to discovering new talents in the EDM world. He has brought to light emerging artists like Holl & Rush, John Dish, dBerrie, Jewelz & Sparks, Merk & Kremont, Mike Lucas and Simon Beta (also known as Doctors in Florence) and many others.
Finesse hasn't released a studio album since this effort, but has continued his production work. In 1997, he produced the title track to O.C.'s acclaimed effort "Jewelz" and the track "Channel 10" off of Capone-N-Noreaga's debut "The War Report". Finesse released a mixtape called "Diggin' On Blue" in 1999. Later in the year, he produced the track "The Message" on Dr. Dre's seminal "2001" album. Finesse is currently working on a "Funky Technician" remix project, as well as a new D.I.T.C. album. Along with these projects, he and DJ Premier are working on a posthumous Big L album.
Tre released his debut album in mid-2008. The album was launched at the fifth Mshasho anniversary in Zoo Park. It contains hardcore-kwaito tracks mixed with house and hip hop. The album is primarily produced by The Dogg and Elvo and feature guest appearances by Sunny Boy, OmPuff, Kavax, D-Sound, DJ Kboz, and Jewelz. Although highly anticipated prior to its release, the album failed to meet sales expectations. This was due to its poor marketing from Mshasho. No video was released for the album's promotion.
In January 2000, Tru Reign secured a distribution deal with Nile Rodgers' company Sumpthing Distribution. By this time, A.D.O.R.'s roster at Tru Reign also included artists K The Terrorbull, Nappy Redd & Filthy Rich, and Cristal Lane. A.D.O.R. released the album "Animal 2000" in this year. All was quiet until 2003, when he reemerged with the compilation "Classic Bangers, Vol. 1", and then an album of new music, "Signature of the Ill", in 2005. Both were received favorably by critics, yet the praise was again qualified as it had been with "Shock Frequency"'s reception: the compilation of old material (which mined "Shock Frequency" heavily) "and" the collection of new music both seemed throwbacks to simpler times, with lyrics that concentrated on fun and a smooth flow rather than the trickery and internal or polysyllabic rhyme schemes of virtuoso rappers following in the wake of Biggie or Pun. A.D.O.R.'s "Tru Jewelz and Videotape" was released in 2008.
R&B has been popular in Namibia since the 1990s. Namibian R&B singers have influenced the genre with afro-pop. Most of them perform a mixture of pop/afro-pop and R&B. Afro-pop is the African style of wester-pop. The Namibian R&B/pop genre has produced continental celebrated duo Gal Level and solo singers African Boy, Sally Boss Madam, Christi Nomath Warner (who uses her poetry as basis for her lyrics) & Lady May. Te Quila, Jewelz and Sally Boss Madam are one of the most promising R&B/pop singers of Namibia. Male artist such as Rodger and Nasti are also popular they all show influence from Ne-Yo, Mario, and Chris Brown. Jossy Joss and Big Ben are one of the earliest singers of Namibia. Big Ben has been the most consistent with this genre since his first release in 2001.
Following the success of "Walls", Daigneault decided to broaden her musical horizons and expand her vocal range and style, studying North Indian Classical music with Sargam Shah in California, as well as opera with singer Elena DeAngelis in North Carolina in 2013. Daigneault found herself in high demand to record vocals, and she completed and released over a dozen collaborations and vocal features between 2012 and 2014. She wrote and performed the lyrics for Feenixpawl’s “Universe” (Neon Records), Jewelz & Scott Sparks’ smash hit “Unless We Forget” (Revealed Recordings), and she has written lyrics for many other international producers such as Heatbeat and Pascal & Pearce. She is a featured vocalist on Tiësto's 2014 album "A Town Called Paradise", on a track called "Close To Me" in collaboration with Tiësto, Sultan + Ned Shepard. She is featured on "To The Core" on Julian Calor's 2015 hit album "Evolve" released by Revealed Recordings.
For several years, the NBA embraced "hip-hop culture". Rappers Nelly and Jay-Z have ownership stakes in NBA teams (the Charlotte Hornets and Brooklyn Nets respectively), and many artists have worn NBA throwback jerseys in music videos. In turn, the NBA plays rap and hip-hop in arenas during games, and ABC/ESPN used the music during game coverage. Some NBA players have tried rap or hip-hop themselves (Shaquille O'Neal, Kobe Bryant, Tony Parker, Allen Iverson (under the rap name "Jewelz"), and notoriously, Metta World Peace are some examples) and several also dress and act in ways that are in accordance with hip-hop culture (for example, the tattoos and jewellery worn by several players). In 1994, Epic Records released an album entitled "B-Ball's Best Kept Secret", which featured hip hop songs performed by several NBA players, including Jason Kidd, Dana Barros and Isaiah Rider.
The album was met with very mixed reviews some claimed it to be a case of OC selling out and dumbing down his lyrics while other publications like HipHopDX.com called it "what might be the strongest album in his career). The sound is much more polished from the classic Word...Life and Jewelz and incorporates a bit of a commercial touch in its places although none of the records were big radio hits. Time has been good to Bon Appetit and has gained more fans over the years though and OC who was once asked in an interview if he regretted making the album answered that he did not at all, quite the opposite actually. He said that Bon Appetit was a main force in bringing the soul and funk samples back into hip-hop, which (according to Credle) inspired Jay-Z to record his hailed album "The Blueprint".