Synonyms for outa or Related words with outa

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Examples of "outa"
He appeared on and wrote the title track for Earl Anderza's debut album "Outa Sight!" (1962).
The artist Jan Schoeman ("Outa Lappies") was possibly the town's most famous resident.
Outa Space is a 1999 single by Mellow Trax. It samples Max Romeo's Chase the Devil.
Outa Hand, the second album by Coney Hatch, was released in 1983.
Simon Dominic first appeared in the Korean underground hip hop scene under the name K-Outa.
Is to wake up, in the morning, and I jump straight outa bed
Well I wake up, in the morning, and I jump straight outa bed
"Outa-Space" is an instrumental recorded by Billy Preston that originally appeared on his 1971 A&M Records-debut album, "I Wrote a Simple Song". Preston created the sound of "Outa-Space" by running the sound from a clavinet through a wah wah pedal and then improvising a groove while calling out chord changes to the backing-band. He later added organ and hand claps to the track. Preston came up with the title "Outa-Space" due to the instrumental's spacy sound.
Outa Sight is an album by saxophonist Earl Anderza recorded in 1962 and released on the Pacific Jazz label.
The system was widely denounced, and poor compliance affected Sanral's credit rating. A public coalition known as "Opposition to Urban Tolling Alliance" (Outa) launched initiatives to frustrate e-tolling's implementation, and some trade unions, law firms and churches joined the dissenting voices. Outa believed the system to be unlawful and approached the high court in 2012, which ruled that the GFIP was lawfully instituted, but denied Sanral a punitive costs order. In 2014 Outa launched the Rule of Law campaign and promised to challenge the legality of procedures against payment defaulters.
A promotional video was made "Outa Space" featuring Montano and Beenie Man as 'Men in Black' in search of two female aliens.
The album features guest appearances from Beenie Man (on "Outa Space"), Burning Flames (on "Showdown (Band Meet Band)"), and Red Rat (on "Rubber Waist").
"I'm Gonna Wash That Man Right Outa My Hair" was adapted for a commercial jingle for Clairol hair coloring in the 1970s. PJ Harvey referenced the song in her 1992 single "Sheela-Na-Gig" with the repeated lyric "gonna wash that man right outa my hair". 50 Foot Wave's song "Bone China" also references this song in the lyric, "Gonna wash that man right out of my head / and soap him into my eyes".
Some trolls, particularly musicians, prefer to count "one, two, many, lots", although how they continue from there is unknown, even to some of them. For example, Jade in "Monstrous Regiment" says she "ran outa numbers" at that point.
Set to the instrumental song Outa-Space by Billy Preston, the video continues to garner rave reviews and is contributing to the anticipation surrounding the book's August 2012 release.
Frederick Outa Otieno is a Kenyan politician. He belongs to the Orange Democratic Movement and was elected to represent the Nyando Constituency in the National Assembly of Kenya since the Kenyan parliamentary election, 2007.
The instrumental "Outa-Space" won a Grammy Award for Best Pop Instrumental Performance in 1973. It was also one of the clarion calls for the coming importance of the Hohner Clavinet in popular music.
While he thought that it would be a hit, A&M was skeptical and initially issued it as the B-side of "I Wrote a Simple Song". However, Radio DJs began flipping the single and, while "I Wrote a Simple Song" only reached number seventy seven on the "Billboard" Hot 100 chart, "Outa-Space" climbed all the way to the number two spot, showing that Preston's feelings about it were correct. While it just missed making it to the top of the Pop Chart, "Outa-Space" did spend one week at number one on the R&B Singles chart. The single was certified gold by the RIAA for sales of one million copies. "Outa-Space" also won the Grammy for Best Pop Instrumental Performance of 1972. "Billboard" ranked it as the No. 22 song for 1972.
Following the release of "I Wrote a Simple Song" on A&M, Preston's solo career peaked at this time, beginning with 1972's "Outa-Space", an instrumental track that further popularized the sound of the clavinet in funk music. The song reached number 2 on the US "Billboard" Hot 100 and topped "Billboard"s R&B chart, before going on to win the Grammy Award for Best Pop Instrumental Performance. "Outa-Space" sold over 1 million copies in America, and was awarded a gold disc by the RIAA in June 1972.
The play premiered in 1969 at the Rhodes University Little Theatre in Grahamstown, South Africa. Fugard himself played the part of Boesman, Lena was played by Yvonne Bryceland and Glynn Day, a white actor, played the part of Outa in blackface.