Synonyms for mysonne or Related words with mysonne

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Examples of "mysonne"
Mysonne featuring Chi Ali and Nathaniel: "Came From Nothing"
Features on the mixtape include Pharrell Williams, Snoop Dogg, Lil Wayne, Mistah F.A.B., Wiz Khalifa, Fabolous, Mysonne, T-Pain, Rick Ross, Ashanti, Kurupt, Lil Boosie, Jim Jones, Clinton Sparks, Swizz Beatz, Travis Barker, Doug E. Fresh, Big Daddy Kane, Bun B and KRS-One.
13 Reloaded is the fourth solo studio album by American rapper Havoc, one-half of the hip hop duo Mobb Deep. The album was released on November 18, 2014 by Hclass Entertainment, Inc. The album features guest appearances from Prodigy, Sheek Louch, Cormega, Ferg Brim and Mysonne.
California Republic is the thirteenth mixtape by rapper Game hosted by DJ Skee. The mixtape was released April 5, 2012 in anticipation of Game's upcoming fifth album, and follows the highly successful mixtape "Purp and Patron" in 2011. The mixtape features guest appearances by Fat Joe, Rick Ross, Busta Rhymes, DJ Khaled, Ace Hood, Meek Mill, 2 Chainz, French Montana, Slim Thug, Fabolous, Trey Songz, Snoop Dogg, Lupe Fiasco, Pharrell, Shyne, Nipsey Hussle, Teyana Taylor, Young Chris, Ben J, Mysonne, Lyfe Jennings, Drake, Lil Wayne, Mele, Lifestyle, Nobody, Eric Bellinger, Sam Hook, Kid Red, Kobe, Cyssero and Denise Janae. The mixtape contains a number of songs that were originally scheduled to appear on The R.E.D. Album. These include "Bottles and Rockin' J's", "Skate On", "When My Niggas Come Home" and "Roll My Shit".
In August 2013, Lamar's verse on the Big Sean track "Control", made waves across the hip-hop industry. In the verse, Lamar vows to lyrically "murder" every other up-and-coming rapper, namely J. Cole, Big K.R.I.T., Wale, Pusha T, Meek Mill, ASAP Rocky, Drake, Big Sean, Jay Electronica, Tyler, The Creator and Mac Miller. During the song, Lamar also calls himself the "King of New York", which caused controversy among several New York-based rappers. Many New York rappers, including Papoose, The Mad Rapper, Mickey Factz, JR Writer, Mysonne, Joell Ortiz and more, took offense to this. Furthermore, fellow American rappers such as Meek Mill, Lupe Fiasco, Cassidy, Joe Budden, King L, Bizarre and B.o.B, among many others, released a response or diss track, within a week. In the days following the track's release, Lamar's Twitter account saw a 510% increase in followers.
A movie title "Street Struck: The Big L Story" is set to be released in 2016. It is directed by a childhood friend and independent film director, Jewlz. Approximately nine hours of footage was brought in, and the film is planned to be 90 to 120 minutes long. The first trailer was released on August 29, 2009. "Street Struck" contains interviews from his mother Gilda Terry; his brother Donald; childhood friends E-Cash, D.O.C., McGruff, and Stan Spit; artists Mysonne and Doug E. Fresh; producers Showbiz and Premier; and recording DJs Cipha Sounds and Peter Rosenberg. A soundtrack will be made for the documentary, and it will be put together by Lamont's brother Donald.
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.
On January 24, 2011, Game released the double disc mixtape "Purp & Patron", once again (for the third time in the row) hosted by DJ Skee, alongside by Funkmaster Flex. The tape featured guest appearances from Pharrell Williams, Snoop Dogg, Lil Wayne, Detail, Tools, Sam Hook, Menace, TD, Mistah F.A.B., The Jacka, Wiz Khalifa, Fabolous, Rev. Burke, Mysonne, T-Pain, Rick Ross, Ashanti, Kurupt, Lil Boosie, Jim Jones, Clinton Sparks, Mike Epps, Ashley Cole, Swizz Beatz, Travis Barker, Doug E. Fresh, Big Daddy Kane, KRS-One and Dre, and the mixtape's production was handled by several record producers, including Dr. Dre, Ervin 'EP' Pope, The Neptunes, Bink, DJ Shake, Nottz, 1500 or Nothin', Che Vicious, D.A. Dorman, Cool & Dre, RZA, Stargate, Mike City, Raw Uncut, Denaun Porter, DJ Haze, DJ Green Lantern and Travis Barker, among others.
The official remix features 2 Chainz and Juelz Santana. J. Cole originally did a freestyle to the instrumentals. Kirko Bangz also released a version of the remix with his vocals from the official remix. Rapper Bow Wow did another freestyle to "Drank in My Cup". 2 Chainz freestyled over the instrumentals to the song. Chamillionaire did a freestyle over the song called "I Think I'm in Love". Singer Trey Songz also did a freestyle to the song. Rapper Mysonne did a freestyle to the song. Rapper King Nakai from Zimbabwe -also known as the prince of Harare also freestyled over the instrumentals to the song. Rapper Ransom also freestyled to the song. Los Angeles rapper Kid Ink, who is a member of the 2012 XXL Freshman Class has also done a remix to this song called "Stank in My Blunt". Tyga did a remix called "Ready to Fuck" from his "Well Done 3" mixtape. Rapper Redman did a remix called "Smoke, Drank and Fuck," in which he kept part of the original chorus and Bangz's second verse from the original song. Rachel Sharkey is also featured in the music video.
Game confirmed a fellow West Coast rapper Snoop Dogg would appear twice on the album, as well as rapper Lupe Fiasco, amongst the features on the album. He also stated "pending we get the song cleared", Jay Electronica and Nas would be featured on the album forsure. On June 23, 2010, Game recorded a track from the album titled "Good Girl, Bad Girl" at Encore Studios in Burbank, California. The track features a Canadian rapper Drake and produced by Cool & Dre, also Queen Latifah who was in the recordings at the studio, but didn't collaborate with him. Game later revealed Dr. Dre wouldn't just produced on the album, he would be on there vocally. In August 2010, an producer Bangladesh, stated he had been sending Game tracks for the album. In August 2010, another producer Drumma Boy, stated he had produced a song on the album which also featured Young Buck, and was hoping to get Nipsey Hussle on the track as well. The Black Wall Street artist, Mysonne, was also confirmed he had worked on this album with Game.
Upon release "13" received generally positive reviews from music critics. At Metacritic, which assigns a normalized rating out of 100 to reviews from mainstream critics, the album received an average score of 72, based on 5 reviews. David Jeffries of AllMusic gave the album four out of five stars saying, "13 already feels more vital than anything the Mobb has done since Amerikaz Nightmare from 2004. Add the worthy single "Tell Me to My Face" with Royce da 5'9" and the ridiculously good, strange, and solid solo cut "Hear Dat" to the second half of the album and Havoc's solo effort seems like a cathartic kiss-off or kinetic gangster celebration.\" Ronald Grant of HipHopDX gave the album three out of five stars, saying "Appearances from kindred spirits such as Styles P, Raekwon, Royce Da 5’9 and Mysonne help add variety. But Havoc’s talents and willingness to experiment with his tried and true production formula can’t overcome the monotony of the subject matter in his rhymes."
Streetz-n-Young Deuces began working on their 6th mixtape, "Next Day Air", hosted by Shade 45 DJ, DJ Averi Minor, and sponsored by major blog RubyHornet.com in 2011. The mixtape took nearly a year to be created but turned out to be one of the group's most credible mixtape with features from Mickey Factz and The Black Wall Street Records artist Mysonne. With the success of "Next Day Air" the two went on to perform at numerous colleges and the South By Southwest festival. "Next Day Air" was listed on OnMilwaukee.com as one of their "Top 10 Projects I'm looking forward to in 2012." SNYD then started working w/ Karmaloop to bring you a string of songs and videos, most notably the video to "Trouble.".SNYD teams up w/Karmaloop for 'Trouble' SNYD teams up w/Karmaloop for 'Trouble'. Retrieved on 2016-04-03 After the success of working with Karmaloop the crew gained national attention from Sway Calloway, performed at the SXSW festival and graced the stage with the once MTV hosts artists and more. In 2016 Sway's website Sways Universe chose to sponsor and present their most critically acclaimed project "The 8."
Giggs, Hodgy Beats, Fabolous, Eminem, Ace Hood, Twista, Ray J, Shorty Mack, Bizarre of D12, Papoose, Cassidy, Red Cafe, Jae Millz, and Warren G have all recorded their own remixes and freestyles to the song. Lil Wayne performed his song Go D.J. over the instrumental. Joe Budden and Royce da 5'9 made a remix named "New York, Jersey Philly" where they diss Benzino and Waka Flocka Flame. Joell Ortiz made a remix named "Nissan, Honda, Chevy" later featuring Jim Jones, also with a music video directed by Dawud Gaston and with cameos from Slaughterhouse. Crooked I made his remix named Tequila, Vodka, Henny. Later the members of Slaughterhouse combined their remixes to form Beamer Benz Bentley (Shady Mix) alluding to their talks to sign to Shady Records. T-Pain's Nappy Boy signed artist Young Cash has also made his own version of the song. Game has collaborated with Black Wall Street artist Mysonne to make their version, "Revolver or the Semi". In this version they diss Jae Millz's version of the track. Maino made a remix known as "Trina, Kim or Nicki", referencing the female rappers Trina, Lil' Kim, and Nicki Minaj. Young Money member, Jae Millz, also recorded a remix called "Polo, Louie, Gucci" alluding to the 3 major fashion designers. Fabolous released his remix to the song on his 2010 mixtape "There Is No Competition 2: The Funeral Service". Dead Prez made a remix named Malcolm Garvey Huey. Winnipeg, MB based Hip-Hop group Winnipeg's Most did a rendition titled "Kush up in my Philly" which was released on their 2010 mixtape "Northside Connection." Two Swiss rappers Al P. and C.mEE made a Remix called "Miller, Jack & Jägi", which succeeded in Swiss clubs and was played even more than the original.