Synonyms for kokane or Related words with kokane

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Examples of "kokane"
All tracks written by Jerry B. Long (Kokane) except where otherwise noted.
Associated acts include George Clinton and Parliament Funkadelic, Angelo Moore (Fishbone) aka Dr Maddvibe, Kokane and fDeluxe (formerly The Family).
"The Hood Mob" is an album by American rapper Kokane, released on March 21, 2006 from Siccness Records.
"Any Last Werdz" is the second and final single from Eazy-E's EP, "It's On (Dr. Dre) 187um Killa". It features Kokane and Cold 187um.
The Snoop Dogg song "Secrets" (featuring Kokane) from his 2009 album Malice n Wonderland borrows heavily from the original version both musically and lyrically.
Hennesey n Buddah is a song from American rapper Snoop Dogg from his fifth album, "Tha Last Meal". It was produced by Dr. Dre and Michael Elizondo, and it features singer Kokane. The single was released in 2001.
Eastsideridaz is an album by rapper, Goldie Loc, released in 2007. It also featured guest appearances from his partners of the group The Warzone, MC Eiht and Kam plus other West Coast acts like Kokane and Nate Dogg.
Yella released his 1996 debut solo album "One Mo Nigga ta Go" on Street Life Records, featuring members of the Ruthless 'family tree' like Kokane, B.G. Knocc Out, & Dresta, rhyming over his productions.
The video was filmed on November 8, 2010 during his wife's birthday party. The video was released on November 12, 2010 and is directed by Pook Brown. It features appearances from DJ Quik, Mike Epps and Kokane.
In 2001, he followed up with "Personal Business" whose single "Wrong Idea" (featuring Snoop Dogg, Kokane, and Lil' ½ Dead) reached #75 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart.
Mr. Kane, Pt. 2 is the fourth studio album by American rapper Kokane. It was released in 2004 on Ruthless Records. The record featured guest appearances from WC, Kurupt, Bad Azz, Roscoe, Suga Free, KM.G, Gangsta, Down, and Caviar.
Several members of N.W.A wrote lyrics for "Eazy-Duz-It": Ice Cube, The D.O.C., and MC Ren. The EP "" features a song written by Naughty By Nature. The track "Merry Muthaphuckkin' Xmas" features Menajahtwa, Buckwheat, and Atban Klann as guest vocalists, and "Neighborhood Sniper" features Kokane as a guest vocalist. "It's On (Dr. Dre) 187 Killa" features several guest vocalists, including Gangsta Dresta, B.G. Knocc Out. Kokane, Cold 187um, Rhythum D, and Dirty Red. "Str8 off tha Streetz of Muthaphukkin Compton" featured several guest vocalists, including B.G. Knocc Out, Gangsta Dresta, Sylk-E. Fyne, Dirty Red, Menajahtwa, Roger Troutman, and ex-N.W.A members MC Ren and DJ Yella.
Back 2 tha Clap is an album by American rapper Kokane. It was released on July 18, 2006 via SMC Recordings. Audio production of the entire record was handled by Fingazz. It featured guest appearances from Kurupt, Roscoe, Prodigy, KM.G, 40 Glocc, Down, and R.Ill.
Live from the Ghetto is the sophomore solo album by American rapper and producer Big Hutch, who also known as Cold 187um of Pomona-based hip hop group Above The Law. It was released on June 8, 2004 via Activate Entertainment. The seventeen track full-length album featured guest appearances from Kokane, KM.G, Vietnam, Geno, Hazmad, and Curtis Mayfield.
Digital Smoke is a collaboration album by West Coast rapper Kurupt and West Coast rapper/producer J. Wells. The album was released June 5, 2007. It features many other rappers such as Tha Alkaholiks, Roscoe, Goodie Mob, Knoc-turn'al, and Kokane. There is also a music video for the song "All We Smoke" featuring cameo appearances by Bishop Lamont, 40 Glocc & Glasses Malone.
According to Kokane, a new Above the Law album had recorded before the death of KMG. According To current member cold187um 30+ Unreleased tracks have been recorded while KMG was still alive, The Title victims of global politics has rumored to be the title. However, no release date has been set.
Addictive Hip Hop Muzick is the debut studio album by American recording artist Kokane, and the only one released under his 'Who Am I?' alias. It was released in 1991 through Ruthless Records. Audio production was handled by fellow Above the Law members with executive production by Lay Law and Eazy-E. Dr. Dre served as mixing engineer on this album.
"Wrong Idea" is a song by Americans rappers Bad Azz and Snoop Dogg featuring Kokane, and Lil' ½ Dead. Was released on 2000 as the single of his second Bad azz's studio album Personal Business and Snoop Dogg's fifth studio album Tha Last Meal, with the record labels Doggystyle Records and Priority Records.
"Pimp Slapp'd" is song by American West Coast hip hop recording artist Snoop Dogg, taken from his six studio album, "Paid tha Cost to Be da Bo$$" (2002). It was produced by Fredwreck and features guest appearances by Kokane and Traci Nelson.
No Trespassing is the nineteenth studio album by American rapper Too Short. It was released on February 28, 2012, under Dangerous Music, owned by Too Short. The album's production was handled by Vincent VT Tolan, Exclusive, DJ Klypso, and various others with guest features from 50 Cent, E-40, Kokane and Snoop Dogg.