Synonyms for kyleon or Related words with kyleon

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Examples of "kyleon"
Starlito feat. Young Dolph & Killa Kyleon: "Cashville to Memphis to Houston"
The music video, directed by Mr. Boomtown, was released on July 9, 2013 and features cameo appearances by Rick Ross, Omarion, and Rockie Fresh, Paul Wall and Killa Kyleon.
Currency is the ninth solo studio album by Houston rapper Lil' Keke. It was released on October 26, 2004, and features guest appearances by 8Ball, Killa Kyleon, Chris Ward, Mobb Figgaz and more.
Jet World Order 2 is the second studio album by rapper Currensy and his Jet Life crew. The album was released on November 20, 2012, by Jets International and iHipHop Distribution. The album features a guest appearance from Killa Kyleon.
Tank Washington is an American rapper and emcee from Austin, Texas who has worked with artists like King Mez, GLC, Max Frost, Killa Kyleon, Dee-1, ST 2 Lettaz & Stunnaman.
"Serve & Collect II" became the group's most successful album chart-wise, peaking at number 47 on the "Billboard" 200 while also reaching the top 10 of R&B, rap and independent charts. This album was followed by "Serve & Collect III", though founding members Chris Ward and Killa Kyleon had left the group and did not participate in the recording of the album.
Serve & Collect III is the fourth album by the Boss Hogg Outlawz, released on August 30, 2011 through E1 Music. The album marked the departure of founding members Chris Ward and Killa Kyleon, who left the group prior to the album's release.
The Boss Hogg Outlawz were a hip hop collective from Houston, Texas formed and led by Slim Thug. The collective originally included Le$, Young Von, C. Ward, J-Dawg, Killa Kyleon, Sir Daily, Lil Ray, Young Black, Dre Day, PJ & M.U.G. (Deceased).
Undaground-All Stars: The Texas Line Up is the tenth solo studio album by Houston rapper Lil' Keke. It was released on March 29, 2005, and features guest appearances from Mike Jones, Big Pokey, Devin The Dude, Bun B, Big Hawk, Z-Ro, Trae, Slim Thug, Paul Wall, Lil' O, 8Ball, Killa Kyleon, Mike D and more.
On December 10, 2013, Paul Wall released his seventh studio album, an 11-track offering, titled "CheckSeason", which featured contributions from Stunna Bam, Killa Kyleon, Slim Thug, Lil Keke, Kid Ink and Young Dolph. The record was released independently via his Paul Wall Music imprint.
Sound M.O.B. (The Sound Of Magnificently Orchestrated Beats) is an award-winning platinum-selling record production and songwriting duo consisting of Brandon "Pyro" Tillman and Raul "DJ Ryu" Gonzalez from Houston, Texas. They are mostly known for creating the infectious instrumental to Kirko Bangz's single "Drank In My Cup" in 2011. Other than Kirko Bangz, they have procuced for Bun B, Casey Veggies, Slim Thug, Paul Wall, Z-Ro, Killa Kyleon, and more.
In July 2009, while opening for a Mary J. Blige concert, Luckett announced that her upcoming album was going to be named "Lady Love," she then introduced and performed two new songs "Lady Love" and "Don't Let Me Get Away". On 10 December (?), a buzz track, "Swagger," that features rappers such as Slim Thug, Killa Kyleon and Bun B leaked onto the Internet. In 2008, Luckett was featured on Webbie's single "I Miss You" which was a moderate success.
Doughbeezy has contributed as a rapper to a number of tracks by musicians such as Emilio Rojas, and worked with Killa Kyleon on the 2013 single and album "Watch Chrome". He has also released a number of music videos, notably one for his 2013 track "Ridin' Round." He is co-CEO of the music company Headwreckas Worldwide along with his manager Al Hughes, who founded the company.
Tai Carr (born 1986, Houston, Texas), better known by his stage name Doughbeezy, is an American rapper from Houston, Texas. Active since 2010, he has released a number of mixtapes and collaborated with musicians such as Killa Kyleon, Bun B, Slim Thug, Devin The Dude, and Paul Wall. Doughbeezy won the “Best Rapper In Texas” competition three times, and in 2013 "MTV Hive" named him one of the "top 5 underground artists in Houston." A frequent live performer, he has toured with rappers such as Dom Kennedy, and is co-CEO of the music company Headwreckas Worldwide, along with company founder Al Hughes.
The group got its start with in 2001 when Slim Thug and E.S.G. released a collaboration album, "Boss Hogg Outlaws". In 2004, Slim assembled a group of Houston rappers and released the first Boss Hogg Outlawz album "Boyz-n-Blue". In 2006, the group signed a deal with Koch Records (now E1 Music) and released a second album entitled "Serve & Collect" in 2007. The following year saw the release of "". The group returned in 2011 with a third "Serve & Collect" album though both C. Ward and Killa Kyleon had left the group and did not appear on the album.
They Don't Know is the second single from Houston based rapper Paul Wall's second album "The Peoples Champ". The album's version of the song features Mike Jones. There is also a remix that features Lil Keke, Slim Thug, Big Hawk, Bun B, and Trae. The video is a composite of both versions of the song featuring both Bun B & Mike Jones, where Paul Wall's second verse is shortened for Bun B's verse. Lil Keke, Slim Thug and Killa Kyleon made cameo appearances in the video.
The instrumental of "Pound Cake" was remixed by various other rappers shortly after its premiere. On September 25, 2013, The LOX released a remix to "Pound Cake" titled, "Hood Cake". Later that same day, Lupe Fiasco released a remix titled, "Pound of Flesh" / "Paris, Tokyo 2". At the end of the song he references various Chicago hip hop artists such as, Lil Durk, Lil Mouse, Chief Keef, Chance the Rapper, Common and Kanye West. That same day Ransom released a remix to the song. Two days later, Wu-Tang Clan member Raekwon released a remix to the first song titled, "Marble Cake". "Marble Cake" contains an intro that samples Ghostface Killah's verse from "Glaciers of Ice" and he changes Jay-Z's chant of "cake, cake" to "tecs, tecs." Along with Mysonne also releasing a remix that day. Then the following day, Houston's Killa Kyleon released a remix.
In early 2010, Mr. Lucci and Mr. Pookie reunited for a 10th anniversary album titled "Tha Classic", released by their independent Stoney Crook Records. In 2011, with the recent success and positive feedback from their fans, they released solo projects but utilized one another by releasing both albums on the same day and combining their marketing tools as a unit. Both albums were released by Stoney Crook Records. In 2012, Mr. Lucci and Mr. Pookie agreed it was time separate, leaving Stoney Crook Records to Mr. Pookie. Mr. Lucci, along with his business partner, laid the foundation for Star City Music Group on which he released a solo album, "Certified 1ct", featuring artists such as Stub-a-lean and Killa Kyleon, distributed by SoSouth.
On July 26, 2012, Connor released his eighth mixtape, "While You Were Sleeping", featuring guest appearances by Bun B, Mistah Fab, GLC, Kid Ink, and Killa Kyleon among others. Unlike his previous two releases, "While You Were Sleeping" featured all original instrumentals produced by Connor and his production team, The World's Greatest Music, and Brix. Connor called "While You Were Sleeping" his most introspective work to date. Edwin Ortiz of HipHopDX gave the mixtape a positive review saying, ""While You Were Sleeping" is arguably the most complete project Jon Connor has released since "Vinnie Chase: Season One", and is a great starting point if you’ve slept on his music. In a nitpickers world the track list could have been shortened up, but at this point the more Connor gives listeners, the better." During late 2012 to early 2013, Jon Connor toured with American rapper Xzibit, who eventually led him to meeting legendary producer Dr. Dre.
In 2010 he released his first EP, "No Money, No Conversation," on Headwreckas Worldwide. His first full mixtape, "Reggie Bush and Kool-Aid", came out in April of 2011. According to the "Houston Press" in 2011, "[Doughbeezy's rap] flow, somehow preternaturally polished, is enjoyable for a lot of reasons, but the most impressive is that he seems to be able to effortlessly tie together the strong, young, brash psyche of the New Houston Collective with the organic, soulful, drank-drenched psyche of the old heads." Doughbeezy's second full mixtape, "Blue Magic", was released in March of 2012 and has guest appearances from rappers such as Bun B, Slim Thug, Kirko Bangz, Killa Kyleon and Chalie Boy.