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Examples of "rhettmatic"
DJ Rhettmatic currently hosts Beat Junkie Radio on Dash Radio.
DJ Rhettmatic (born Nazareth Nirza) is a producer, DJ and member and part creator of Southern California's first turntable band, the Beat Junkies. Rhettmatic began his DJ career in 1983, with Double Platinum, a DJ group based out of Cerritos, CA.
His talent and musical expertise also extends into the realm of music production that helped him earn recognition and rewards. Rhettmatic highly acknowledges fellow Beat Junkie member, DJ Curse, as his leading mentor. As Curse shared his turntable exhibition, involving scratches and other DJ techniques, Rhettmatic's interest in DJing formed, allowing him to take hold of his musical passion. Rhettmatic claimed the titles of Disco Mix Club (DMC) West Coast Champion (1996) and International Turntablist Federation (ITF) 2x Team World Champion (1997/1998).
The album's lead single, "Into the Sun", features contributions from Geo of Blue Scholars and Shad. Other guest musicians on the album include Bootie Brown, Chin Injeti, Rhettmatic and Rob the Viking.
We Are The Ones (We've Been Waiting For) is the fourth album by The Visionaries, an American hip hop group composed of 2Mex, LMNO, KeyKool, DJ Rhettmatic, Lord Zen, and Dannu.
Rhettmatic also helped found in 1994 and is the DJ/producer for the LA based underground hip hop supergroup, the Visionaries. He has worked with many in the hip hop community, from the likes of Peanut Butter Wolf, Talib Kweli, Madlib, DJ Premier Cypress Hill, Mayer Hawthorne and musical genius Adrian Younge. His musical masterpieces include "E=MC5" by KeyKool & Rhettmatic featuring Ras Kass, LMNO, Voodoo and Meen Green, and "From the Ground Up" b/w "Ubiquity" by The Associates featuring LMNO & KeyKool of the Visionaries, Rakaa Iriscience & Evidence of Dilated Peoples, and Divine Styler.
In December 2005, Rhettmatic was J Dilla's tour show DJ in Europe, for his last tour ever, along with Frank n Dank and Phat Kat. Rhettmatic has also worked with and done production and scratches for Talib Kweli, OhNo, M.E.D., Aloe Blacc (Stones Throw), Prince Po (Organized Konfusion), RBX (The Dogg Pound), Noelle Scaggs of Fitz & the Tantrums and New York hip hop supergroup The Brown Bag AllStars, as well as having made mixtapes and podcast mixes for Ghostface Killah, Guilty Simpson and Stones Throw Records.
Masters of Illusion is the self-titled debut album by American hip hop group Masters of Illusion (producer Kutmasta Kurt and rappers Kool Keith & Motion Man), released in 2000 (see 2000 in music). The album features no guest emcees, but does feature DJ cuts/scratches by DJ Revolution, DJ Babu and DJ Rhettmatic.
Songs from various artists appear on the album, including Grandmaster Flash, 3rd Bass, Public Enemy, Gang Starr, Dilated Peoples, The Beat Junkies, Marvelous Marvin, DJ Premier, Roc Raida, Rhettmatic, and Davy DMX. Additional producers have included DJ Premier, DJ Babu, DJ Q-bert, MC Serch, Pete Nice, Gary G-Wiz and Pete Rock.
Atmosphere, Dilated Peoples, Aesop Rock w/ Rob Sonic and DJ Big Wiz, Little Brother, DJ Babu, Rhettmatic, J-Rocc of the World Famous Beat Junkies, Brother Ali, Eyedea & Abilities, P.O.S, Blueprint, Mac Lethal, Abstract Rude, I Self Devine, Musab, Psalm One, Grayskul, Los Nativos
The group was established in 1992 by J. Rocc. The original members included Curse, Rhettmatic, Melo-D, Icy Ice, Symphony, & What?!. Shortkut, D-Styles, Havik, and Tommy Gun (who joined in late 1992) were later added. DJ Babu joined the Junkies by late 1993; the newest member is currently Mr. Choc, who was added to the crew in early 1996.
Khrysis has most recently worked as producer on projects such as "Heltah Skeltah"'s album "D.I.R.T.", Rapper Big Pooh's solo album "Dirty Pretty Things", and L.E.G.A.C.Y.'s "Suicide Music", as well his own solo project "Khrysis On The Boards With The Heat vol 2" (with DJ Rhettmatic) and The Away Team's latest album "The Warm Up".
In 2011, the first of their annual end-of-the-year "A Year In Review" compilation serial was released before they went on to release "Brown Bag Season Vol. 1" which featured guest and vocal appearances from DJ Brace, Marco Polo. On 5 January 2015, they released the fourth "A Year In Review" compilation which featured notable acts like 50 Cents, Young Buck, Smoke DZA, Cage, DJ Rhettmatic, Phantogram and Pharoahe Monch.
In the end 2005 MC Supernatural has also released a second full-length album, called "S.P.I.T. (Spiritual Poetry Ignites Thought)" (2005, Up Above Records), which featured Raekwon (of the Wu-Tang Clan), B-Real (of Cypress Hill), and Chali 2na (of Jurassic 5) and had Producers like Vitamin D, Jake One, Bean One, Marco Polo, DJ Muggs, DJ Khalil, DJ Rhettmatic and Evidence (of the Dilated Peoples).
After a tour for his first album, he started working on and soon released his second full-length LP, "There's Only One". URB Magazine's review called the production "a lengthy album without weakness". For "There's Only One", Bufford enlisted help from producers, including Black Milk, and Zo! as well as AML cohorts 14KT and the Lab Techs. Features on the album include Mayer Hawthorne a.k.a. DJ Haircut, DJ Rhettmatic, and Black Milk.
In 2014, The Beat Junkies crew launched their own membership based record pool curated by the members of the crew, including Babu. At the top of 2015, "Beat Junkie Radio" began airing on Dash Radio, the station stars all members of the crew, but led by Babu, Mr. Choc, and Rhettmatic. Their live show "Soundcheck' which aires live every 2nd and 4th Tuesday of the month has been ranked as one of the top 5 shows on Dash Radio.
The record is built around a recently unearthed batch of music created by Illa J's late elder brother, James "J Dilla" Yancey. The album features the latter's past collaborators like De La Soul's Posdnuos, Slum Village's T3, Common, The Pharcyde's Slimkid3 and Talib Kweli. Additional guests on "Sunset Blvd." include DJs Rhettmatic, C-Minus, and J. Rocc as well as rapper Guilty Simpson and R&B singer Eric Roberson.
Up Above Records is an independent hip hop record label based in Long Beach, California, United States, co-founded in 1995 by Doug "Papadoug" Kato and The Visionaries member KeyKool, along with DJ Rhettmatic and Beat Junkies. The label's first release was a 12" single, KeyKool & Rhettmatic's "Can U Hear It". The single's b-side, "E=MC5" featuring Ras Kass, Meen Green, Voodoo, and Visionaries member LMNO, was deemed "an underground classic" by "Source Magazine" (Feb. '96).
Expansion Team is the second album from West Coast hip hop group Dilated Peoples. The release is widely considered the group's best album, led by the hit rap single "Worst Comes to Worst", sampled from William Bell's "I Forgot to Be Your Lover". "Expansion Team" features production from Dilated members Evidence and Babu, as well as popular underground rap producers DJ Premier, The Alchemist, Da Beatminerz, Questlove of The Roots and JuJu of The Beatnuts. Album guests include Guru of Gang Starr, Black Thought of The Roots, Tha Alkaholiks and Beat Junkies members J-Rocc, Rhettmatic and Melo-D.
In 2011, Coalmine Records continues to build upon its release schedule and artist roster. April 19, 2011, marked the release of "Can You Dig It?", a digital-only compilation containing 15 tracks from the label’s singles catalog, released in celebration of the label’s five-year anniversary. Towards the fourth quarter of 2011, Coalmine plans to release "Phazed Out", a mixed compilation of singles remixed by Australia’s super-producer, M-Phazes. The project will be mixed by DJ Rhettmatic of the world famous Beat Junkies and will be made available both physically and digitally.