Synonyms for luniz or Related words with luniz
Examples of "luniz"
The discography of the
consists of three studio albums, two compilations and two charting singles.
Mentioned by rap/hip-hop duo
in their 1995 song "I got 5 on it."
Bootlegs & B-Sides is a compilation album released by rap group,
In 1995, The
sampled the song on the track "Playa Hater" from the album "Operation Stackola".
Lunitik Muzik is the second album by
. Released in 1997, the album peaked at #34 on the "Billboard" 200.
In 1994, DJ FUZE began working with the Oakland duo The
, and produced three songs on their debut multi-platinum release Operation Stackola. Fuze also toured internationally with The
during their platinum period, supporting their hit I Got Five On It.
In 1995, The
released their first album "Operation Stackola". It would go on to be certified platinum internationally thanks to the anthem "I Got 5 On It", which received multinational platinum awards in addition to the album it stemmed from. This launched The
into super stardom and appearances on Oprah and Quincy Jones's Grammy-winning album "Q's Jook Joint" followed.
In 1995, E-A-Ski scored yet again with his production on "Playa Hater" off the
"Operation Stackola" album. Certified Platinum by the RIAA, "Operation Stackola" served as the
highest-selling album to date, peaking at number 1 on the Billboard Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums and at Number 20 on the Billboard 200 in 1995. In addition, the E-A-Ski produced song "Playa Hata" sparked the now infamous, and since resolved, beef between the
and Too Short, which prompted Too Short to record several response records on his 10th album "Gettin' It".
Greatest Hits is a compilation album released by rap group,
. It was released on May 10, 2005 for C-Note Records.
The 2nd remix is the West Coast Remix features the original beat, verses by the
, vocals by R. Kelly, & a new verse, intro, & outro by Puff Daddy.
He is a member of the rap duo
along with Numskull.
recorded the weed anthem, "I Got 5 on It". He went on to sign a solo record deal at J-Prince's Rap-a-Lot Records, releasing four albums. His double album debut on the label, entitled "" went gold. Under his own label, Smoke-a-Lot Records, he has released DVD's and compilation albums, such as the "United Ghettos of America" series.
He appeared in the 2002 song "Oakland Raiders" by Oakland rap group
. Delivering a humorous monologue as the song faded out, Curry asserted his status as a pimp and stated his fondness for big dank.
Yukmouth is CEO of Smoke-a-Lot Records, which is distributed by Rap-a-Lot Records. The label is home to established artists such as
, Dru Down, Thug Lordz (Yukmouth, C-Bo & Spice 1), The Regime, and Yukmouth himself.
"Rap Pages" "..."The Lawhouse Experience, Volume One" showcases different styles of Hip-Hop that are currently being perfected in the L.A. metro area, as well as adding a little Bay area flavor from the
and Dru Down..."
The song "Suckas Do What They Can (Real Playaz)," includes Yukmouth from the
and Spice's mentor Too $hort, and also features one of the last appearances by Zapp's lead singer, Roger Troutman, before his death.
I Got Five on It is a 2005 direct to DVD stoner comedy directed by The Quiroz Brothers and starring Todd Bridges and Jose Rosete.The film is named after the 1995 rap song by
Silver & Black is the third studio album released by rap group,
, released in August 13, 2002. It is their fourth album overall. It peaked at #53 on the Billboard Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart.
(formerly The LuniTunes) is an American Platinum-selling hip hop duo from Oakland, California, formed by Yukmouth (Jerold Ellis III) & Numskull (Garrick Husbands). The group released an internationally successful hit in 1995 titled "I Got 5 on It"—two versions of which appeared on the group's album "Operation Stackola". A third version of the song, featuring Bay Area rappers Dru Down, Shock G, Richie Rich, E-40 and Spice 1, also gained radio airplay. The track sold over one million copies in the United States alone.
Smoke-a-Lot Records, distributed by Rap-a-Lot Records, is a record label founded and owned by rapper Yukmouth and manager Kat Gaynor. The name comes from Yukmouth's
nickname, "Smoke-a-Lot". The label itself is home to artists including The
, Dru Down, Thug Lordz (Yukmouth & C-Bo), The Regime, and Yukmouth himself. It is also home to newcomers Ampichino, Nyce, Young Dru, and Marc Shyst. Attached to the label as in-house DJ is former Cali Untouchable DJ, DJ Fingaz.
Melody Maker (3/23/96, p. 38)—Recommended—"
aren't gangstas but playas... The lifestyle depicted on "Operation Stackola" involves claiming Welfare and carrying a bus pass so that you can still afford to smoke Indo and drink Tanqueray and wear the latest Phat Farm."
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