Synonyms for mystikal or Related words with mystikal
Examples of "mystikal"
In high school, KLC got into breakdancing, one of his rivals being Michael "
Mike" Tyler. Tyler, a.k.a.
, would ultimately become a lifelong music associate.
- The Corruptor (soundtrack) - "I Ain't Playin"
- Dangerous Ground (soundtrack) - "Mr. Shit Talker"
Lola Rae's entertainment career started as a dancer when she was a member of the dance group
. In 2010,
auditioned for "Britain's Got Talent". Rae sang in the competition and judge Simon Cowell singled
out at the semi-final of the competition. Upon the end of the competition,
was signed to Syco for a year. Rae turned down an invitation to "The X Factor" in order to pursue a solo career as a singer.
– "Tarantula (December 18th, US R&B/Hip Hop #4)"
Blade Movie Soundtrack (1998) - Edge of the Blade (
is the self-titled debut album released by
. It was released on June 14, 1994 for Big Boy Records and was produced by Leroy "Precise" Edwards. Jive Records would later re-release the album in 1995 with several new tracks with the title "Mind of
". The album peaked at #1 on the Top Heatseekers.
Southwest Riders (1997) - Get Cha Mind Right (
– "Let's Get Ready (September 26th, US R&B/Hip Hop #1)"
In August 2005, while incarcerated on the state sexual battery and extortion charges,
was charged federally with two misdemeanor counts of failing to file tax returns for 1998 and 1999. On January 12, 2006, he was convicted in federal court of the tax offenses, but was allowed to serve the one-year federal sentence concurrent with his six-year state sentence.
was incarcerated at Louisiana's Elayn Hunt Correctional Center. On January 19, 2006,
was denied parole at a parole board hearing. On January 11, 2007,
was released from custody on the federal misdemeanor tax convictions (as his one-year sentence had expired), but he remained in custody on the six-year sentence for the Louisiana state felony convictions. The news of his release caused confusion among fans who heard the news and mistakenly thought he had been released on parole. He was released January 14, 2010. After his release,
was registered as a sex offender.
recorded "Feel Right" for Mark Ronson's Uptown Special. The song and video were released in 2015.
Also in 2015,
appeared on Stevie Stone's Single "Rain Dance" with Tech N9ne from the 2015 release "Malta Bend".
On 22 November 2014, Ronson first performed the song live on "Saturday Night Live", with
making an appearance and Bruno Mars doing background vocals. On 10 February 2015, Ronson and
performed the track with The Roots on "The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon".
For the overall reviews were positive, as one review states: "If anything, this album represents raw lyrics and beats that are combined into a strange mix of Southern beats and the incredibly rapping speed of
. For those of you that haven't heard
before he's much like Busta Rhymes in style as his words roll out fast and furious. Much like Busta,
likes to stretch the boundaries of his lyrics to fit the beats into strange and unconventional patterns. His style is very unconventional and that's what makes his works interesting. This is the rawest of his albums, and the one that is the least influenced by outside sources."
"Don't Stop (Funkin' 4 Jamaica)" is a song by American singer and songwriter Mariah Carey, featuring
, from her first soundtrack album "Glitter" (2001). It was written and produced by herself, DJ Clue, Duro, and
. The song is built around a sample of the 1980 song "Funkin' for Jamaica (N.Y.)" produced by Tom Browne and Toni Smith.
raps about wild times during the song's verses, while Carey repeatedly tells him "don't stop" in the chorus. It was released as the album's third single on December 10, 2001 by Virgin Records America.
Michael Lawrence Tyler (born September 22, 1970), known professionally as
, is an American rapper and actor from New Orleans, Louisiana.
As of February 2016,
was touring the United States. In January 2016, he performed in shows in Bahrain and Bulgaria with Danny!.
13 Dead Men is a 2003 film starring rapper
and Lorenzo Lamas. It was written and directed by Art Camacho.
In 2001, "Stutter" by American R&B singer Joe featuring
, held the number-one spot for four weeks on the "Billboard" Hot 100.
Two charting singles were released from the album, "Just Be Straight with Me" (featuring Master P and Destiny's Child), and "It Ain't My Fault" (featuring
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