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Examples of "realest"
Jevon Jones (born October 11, 1973) is an American rapper better known by his stage name Tha Realest, and formerly Tenkamenin The Vigilante (or simply Tenkamenin). His debut album, "Witness Tha Realest", was released on July 14, 2009, following numerous delays. Tha Realest is also known, often in a negative light, for his strikingly similar voice to deceased rapper and former label-mate, Tupac Shakur. Tha Realest is also a member of The Regime.
1999 - U Don't Wanna - J Prince/Hot Boys/Big Tymers - Realest Niggaz Down South
On July 14, 2009, Tha Realest released his album "Witness Tha Realest", which had been delayed substantially due to the demise of Tru 'Dat' Entertainment. It is distributed by E1 Music (formerly KOCH Records) via RBC Records and Team Dime Entertainment. "Witness Tha Realest" features guest appearances from Yukmouth, Fat Joe, Dru Down, C-Bo, WC, E.D.I., Napoleon, Devin The Dude and Swoop G among others. The albums contains 17 tracks, close to his initial goal of 18 when he told interviewers:
Tha Realest, like many other rappers such as G-Unit and Ice-T, has appeared in several hip-hop themed pornographic productions including a few alongside other rappers such as Snoop Dogg who, himself, has produced several pornographic films. His main productions are titled "Tha Realest #1" and "#2" and feature original music by Tha Realest and many popular pornographic actresses such as Mika Tan, Lyla Lei and Brooke Haven. The films were produced by Antiqua Pictures and Fatt Entertainment. The Realest also appeared in a low-budget film titled "Slumber Party" which was released in 2005 and also featured several former Death Row Records performers such as Daz Dillinger and Crooked I.
Tru 'Dat' Entertainment was based as a junior record label with hopes of establishing a lengthy roster of talented artists in the genre of hip hop. Tru Dat signed former Death Row Records artist, Tha Realest, and also employed Bosko, a talented young producer. Tha Realest released his first music video for his intended debut single, "Eurry Now And Then", on the label, which was also set to distribute Tha Realest's upcoming debut album, "Witness Tha Realest", in early 2007.
The Realest planned to release his debut album as early as 2004 but due to the lack of a distributing company, the album's release was delayed. "Witness Tha Realest" would again be scheduled for release, this time in 2007, as Tha Realest had been signed on to Tru 'Dat' Entertainment in 2006. This date was further pushed back following the bankruptcy of the label after the owner, Hysear Randell, was found guilty of embezzling millions of dollars. In late 2007, Tha Realest was signed to Team Dime Entertainment, the label on which the album was released in partnership with RBC and KOCH Records.
The track "Who's the Realest?" was used as the theme song for the popular video game NBA Street.
In 2011, Pally co-starred in the comedic stage-show "The Realest Real Housewives", created by his "Happy Endings" co-star Casey Wilson.
A video for "Unconditional Love" was filmed between January 11-12, 1999. It features Tha Realest (looking and sounding like 2Pac) recording this song in the studio.
Also has some of the realest people ever. Like Jon Da Great from Lexington Square, just got renovated a few years ago.
Witness Tha Realest is the debut album by rapper Tha Realest. The album was released on July 14, 2009 by RBC Records/Team Dime Entertainment and distributed by E1 Music (formerly Koch Records). "Witness tha Realest"' was delayed on several occasions due to the lack of a record distributor and the dissolution of Tru 'Dat' Entertainment. It features production from 1500 or Nothin', Blaqthoven, Mark Sparks, The, Mel-Man, Detail of Konvict Music, E. Poppi, DJ Domo of Rap-a-Lot Records, Alif, Marvin "Marvelous" Paige and Eric Reese. The album was a flop, selling nearly 1000 albums, one of the worst selling albums in history.
Garfield Delano Spence, stage name Konshens, was born on January 11, 1985. His hits have included "Winner", "Rasta Impostor", "This Means Money", "Good Girl Gone Bad", "Gal Dem A Talk", "Realest Song", "Represent", "Do Sumn" and "Forward", "Gal a bubble".
The music video was released for "Fork" on November 10, 2013, On December 16, 2013, the music video for "U Da Realest" was released. On March 4, 2014, the music video was released for "Mainstream Ratchet".
Rauch is also part of the cast of the comedic stage show "The Realest Real Housewives" with Casey Wilson, June Diane Raphael, Jessica St. Clair and Danielle Schneider. The show began running at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre in 2011.
Headspace is the sophomore studio album by American metal band Issues released on May 20, 2016 through Rise Records. The lead single, "The Realest", was released on March 24, 2016 with its accompanied music video.
Following Suge Knight's release from prison, Tha Realest left Death Row Records in late 2001 to pursue a record deal in order to release his debut album, for which he had recorded approximately 150 songs. Tha Realest had difficulty obtaining a contract as labels were unwilling to associate with a former artist of Death Row Records and the notoriety it accumulated over the years. In 2002, Tha Realest formed his own record label, 2 Real Entertainment (later Omertà Entertainment). In 2004, he recorded a mixtape at Can-Am Studios with Mob Life Records artist 730 entitled "From East 2 West" which featured musical performances by Swoop G and New Child of Outlawz. It was released in early 2007.
Danyle Robinson (born September 14, 1969) better known by his stage name Dru Down, is an American rapper and actor from Oakland, California. He is a member of The Regime, a collective of rappers that includes Yukmouth, Tech N9ne, Messy Marv, BG Bulletwound, Dorasel, Grant Rice, Tha Realest and Gonzoe.
In 2009, Parlay Starr created Most Hated Mob Entertainment, and began to release Mixtapes on his own. In 2010, He released the album "Welcome to my world". containing guest spots by Tha Realest, Yukmouth, Outlawz and featuring the track "Like You" with Chris Brown, and Tyga, Also featured on Chris Brown's "Takers" Mixtape.
In 1999, the Bataka Crew was at the climax of their game rocking at most of the major events of the time. 'Bana Beka' one of their other songs got crowds bobbing heads to the sound of one of the realest Ugandan hip hop songs.
Each track is a live representation of a track from the first three Herbaliser albums, "Remedies", "Blow Your Headphones" and "Very Mercenary". Most tracks are completely instrumental, and vocals are only present in sample form on two tracks ("Who's the Realest?" and "The Sensual Woman").