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Examples of "jneiro"
JJ Doom is an American hip hop duo composed of Jneiro Jarel and MF Doom.
In 2008 the first tracks from his forthcoming collaboration with Jneiro Jarel appeared on internet blogs. The tracks, "Georgiavania" and "In The Red" featured production by Jneiro Jarel and vocals by Jneiro and Khujo. The group is called Willie Isz. The two artists had previously collaborated on the 2008 single "OPR8R" by Shape Of Broad Minds. The Willie Isz album "Georgiavania" is due to be released on Lex Records in April 2009.
Jneiro also joined forces with Kindred Spirits again and released the Brazilian themed album "Fauna".
In August 2013, Jneiro Jarel announced (via Okayplayer) the official launch of his own record label, Label Who, with Ropeadope Records serving as digital distributor.
Willie Isz is an American alternative hip hop duo comprising Khujo of Goodie Mob and Jneiro Jarel of Shape of Broad Minds. Their first album "Georgiavania" was released on Lex Records in 2009.
Key to the Kuffs is a collaborative album by alternative hip hop artists Jneiro Jarel and MF Doom under the moniker JJ Doom. It was released on Lex Records on August 20, 2012.
The growth of the label allowed Lex to sign new artists to the roster. In 2005, Lex signed Doomstarks for the world excluding North America. In 2006, Lex signed multi album deals with MF Doom and Jneiro Jarel.
In 2004 Jneiro moved to Philadelphia and, through his success in the indie music scene, was able to work with some of the city's most influential artists King Britt and Rich Medina.
Lex albums are often collaborations between members of the label roster and musicians from elsewhere. These collaborative groups include Danger Mouse with MF Doom as Danger Doom, Boom Bip with Gruff Rhys as Neon Neon, Jneiro Jarel with Khujo Goodie as Willie Isz, and Jneiro Jarel with MF Doom as JJ DOOM. Recent releases include the debut album from Nevermen, The Prefuse 73 & Michael Christmas joint album Lady Parts as Fudge and the release of Let Them Eat Chaos by Kate Tempest in the USA.
In 2002, American producer Rodney Jerkins preceded wonky with the R&B song "What About Us", written for American singer-songwriter Brandy. In 1997, Brooklyn-based MC Sensational included the first wonky beat. In February 2004, American artist Jneiro Jarel released "Get Yuh Own" and "N.A.S.A" on Kindred Spirits/Label Who. Jneiro Jarel could be considered one of the pioneers of the wonky rhythm aesthetic. A few years later, wonky developed in various places around the world simultaneously. Starkey is one of the main proponents of the wonky sound. The American wonky sound has also been dubbed "street bass".
"KTTK" was released August 20, 2012 on Lex Records. Debuting at number 124 on the "Billboard" 200, ""...Kuffs"" received notable positive praise, eventually charting a total of six "Billboard" charts and landing on several "Best Albums of 2012" lists. It had a number of high-profile guest appearances, from previous Jneiro Jarel collaborators Damon Albarn and Khujo Goodie, to Beth Gibbons of Portishead.
Jneiro Jarel produced the music in his studio in New Orleans. Although he and Doom met several times during the recording the bulk of the work was carried out in their respective studios. MF Doom recorded the vocals for the album in London between December 2010 and April 2012.
Together, they have toured the UK and Europe supporting acts such as: El-P, Black Lips, Flying Lotus, Anti Pop Consortium, Prince Po, People Under The Stairs, Quannum Projects, Jeru The Damaja, Lethal Bizzle, Atmosphere, James Pants, Long Blondes, DJ Food, Herbalizer, Lady Sovereign, Yo Majesty, Jneiro Jarel, Jehst, Black Twang, Estelle, Goldie Lookin Chain, Scroobius Pip, Pitman and Coldcut.
In May 2011, Danger Mouse & Daniele Luppi's album "Rome" featuring Jack White and Norah Jones was released on EMI with Lex branding. On 5 November 2011, Lex marked its tenth anniversary with a special show at The Roundhouse in Camden featuring performances by Ghostface Killah, DOOM and Jneiro Jarel. Lex also released "Complex Volume 1", a compilation album to mark the occasion.
In early 2009, a remix EP was announced for release on February 17, although it was delayed until April 14. "Read Silence" was released exclusively through iTunes and featured remixes of "Shout Me Out", "Red Dress", and "Stork & Owl" by Gang Gang Dance, Jneiro Jarel, and Glitch Mob.
2010 brought about both new and old professional relationships. Jarel signed a digital distribution deal with Alpha Pup Records, which resulted in the release of his "Android Love Mayhem- EP" and the reissue of "Beyond 2morrow", as Jneiro Jarel. Artwork for both EP's was handled by painter and muralist, and "Three Piece Puzzle" album cover designer, Joshua Mays.
On March 31, 2007, the band released their debut album 'Riding in Fast Cars With Your Momma' at Subterranean performing with fellow Chicago hip hop band Berto Ramon and New York's Jneiro Jarel. The record, which took four years to make, marked a watershed moment in the band’s history. The record has received critical acclaim worldwide.
Georgiavania is the debut album by American underground hip hop artists Jneiro Jarel and Khujo under the moniker Willie Isz, released on Lex Records on June 15, 2009. It features a vocal contribution by Tunde Adebimpe from TV on the Radio.
DRC Music is a Congolese record producing and songwriting team, composed of producers Damon Albarn, Dan the Automator, XL Recordings managers Richard Russell & Rodaidh McDonald, Jneiro Jarel, DJ Darren Cunningham aka Actress, Marc Antoine, Alwest, Remi Kabaka Jr., Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs and Kwes. The group are responsible for the Oxfam charity album "Kinshasa One Two".
In early 2010, he released the "Gazzillion Ear EP" on Lex which included the Thom Yorke Remix and two mixes by Jneiro Jarel. A further remix by Madvillainz featuring a voice-mail message from Kanye West was released online. The release of the "Gazzillion Ear EP" coincided with Doom's first ever live performances outside North America. On 5 March 2010, Lex and Sónar presented the first Doom show in London, at The Roundhouse in Camden. The event was the first of many Doom live performances around the world between early 2010 and the present. These shows included the Lex 10th Anniversary show at The Roundhouse with Ghostface Killah and Jneiro Jarel, performances in Europe with Gorillaz, support for Portishead and performances with Jneiro Jarel at Bestival 2012. During this period Doom released some material on labels other than Lex. On 26 May 2010, part of the track Madvillain "Paper Mill" was released a digital single through Adult Swim. "Expektoration", a live Doom album, was released on 14 September 2010 through Gold Dust Media. In 2010, Doom released the mix-tape "DOOM!", a collection of greatest hits, B-sides and rarities, including the theme for the video game "" featuring Ghostface Killah, and Biochemical Equation featuring the RZA.