Synonyms for prozak or Related words with prozak


Examples of "prozak"
While in high school he was playing in the local New Jersey based band, Prozak. The other 3 members of Prozak were 8 – 10 years Pennie's senior, and in order for Prozak to play the local bars and clubs, Pennie's father would accompany him to the various gigs. Chris played with Prozak from '93 until he began attending Berklee School of Music in '95. He recorded ten songs with Prozak during his time with the band but they were never commercially released.
Black Ink is the fourth studio album by American rapper Prozak. It was released on October 9, 2015 via Strange Music.
Seven has also produced beats for many other Strange Music artists such as Krizz Kaliko, Prozak, Kutt Calhoun, Brotha Lynch Hung and the CES Cru
Aftabirth is the debut extended play by American rapper Prozak. The record featured guest appearances from Madness, Cap One, and Staplez.
It was also confirmed that there would be a collaboration between Tech and Prozak, who is a current member of Strange Music and collaborated with Tech on 2009's K.O.D..
Three tracks recorded for prospective inclusion on "California Years" did not make the final cut: "Mom", "The Rapture" and "Gotta Get Me Some" (the latter track, like "Empty Glass", originally written for the musical "Prozak and the Platypus").
Before their departure, the band recorded an EP, "Poetry And Prozak" with Gigsmart Ireland, leading to a music placement of the track "Come Dancing" on "The Ex-Files", a program shown on RTÉ, Ireland's national TV channel.
Ofir Lobel, (Hebrew אופיר לובל) one third of The Prozak Trio, a successful Israeli Stand-up comedy group, is an actor, a singer-songwriter, screenplay writer and a multimedia director.
We All Fall Down is the third studio album by American rapper Prozak. The album was released on September 17, 2013, by Strange Music. The album has sold 9,000 copies in the United States as of September 2015.
Bruce Lash gave the song the bossa nova treatment on his 2004 album, "Prozak for Lovers II" which also includes easy-listening versions of Nirvana's "Lithium" and Joan Jett's "Bad Reputation" among others.
Insane Clown Posse, Twiztid, Blaze Ya Dead Homie, Boondox, Anybody Killa, Dark Lotus, Paradime, Bizarre, MC Chris, Ice Cube, Prozak, Dayton Family, Tech N9ne, Haystak, Coolio, Axe Murder Boys, Kottonmouth Kings, Mushroomhead, Vanilla Ice, Scarface
After finishing his studies Ofir acted in several plays as part of the Israeli Social Theater for Teenagers and at the same time founded "The Prozak Trio" together with his two schoolmates Yuval Semo and Shloki Koriat.
Nocturnal is the second extended play by American rapper Prozak, following up to his 2001 "Aftabirth" EP. The eight-track album was released on December 11, 2012 via Strange Music. Its audio production was handled by Seven on all tracks, except for the intro track produced by Magnetic, and featured guest appearances by The Dirtball, The R.O.C., and Twiztid.
Bass Rock is the second EP by American recording artist Clyde Carson on Moe Doe Entertainment released on July 21, 2009. A member of Bay Area The Team and a solo artist as well, Clyde devoted a lot of his time to the Team, but still did work on his own. The guest appearances on the album are The Jacka, Prozak, and Soni.
Psychopathic Murder Mix Volume 1 is a remix album by Mike E. Clark. Released on June 23, 2009, it features mashups and remixes of songs by Insane Clown Posse, Twiztid, Boondox, Prozak, King Gordy and Blaze Ya Dead Homie. It also features appearances by Awesome Dre, The R.O.C. and Esham.
Insane Clown Posse, Twiztid, Blaze Ya Dead Homie, Boondox, Anybody Killa, Dark Lotus, Psychopathic Rydas, Ying Yang Twins, Necro, Haystak, Edifide, King Gordy, Mastamindz, Menace 2 Sobriety, Motown Rage, Mushroomhead, Prozak, Psycho-Jesus, Zug Izland, Bone thugs n harmony, Tali Demon
In December 2011, Strange Music announced that Prozak had signed to the label as a solo recording artist. The artist had previously worked with the label on various projects, including his 2008 Tales from the Sick which was distributed by the label.
On September 14, 2011, Tech mentioned on Twitter a collaboration between Prozak and Brotha Lynch Hung on a track called "My Favorite" as well as a song with Young Bleed titled "Come Dirty". He also confirmed earlier in the day that he had completed recording music for the album.
Weise was a fan of the music genre known as horrorcore. It was reported on KARE 11 that Weise was a fan of horrorcore rappers such as Mars, Jimmy Donn and Prozak. Weise was known to frequent the Mars website. Jimmy Donn's song "Game Over" (which is a song about a school shooting) was said to be one of Weise's favorite songs, and Weise owned Jimmy Donn's album "The Darker Side."
Cave-In-Rock, Illinois hosted the eighth Gathering of the Juggalos at Hogrock Campgrounds, with over 8,000 fans attending the four-day event. Like the previous year, over 100 bands were featured. Performances on the main and second stages included Ying Yang Twins, Necro, Haystak, Zug Izland, Prozak, Mushroomhead, and Insane Poetry. Comedians included Joey Gay. "Bloodymania", the culmination of Juggalo Championship Wrestling's web show, SlamTV!, debuted at the event. Anybody Killa was also announced to have signed back with Psychopathic Records.