Synonyms for rhymefest or Related words with rhymefest

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Examples of "rhymefest"
Rhymefest recorded "El Che" at Soundscape Studios in Chicago, Illinois with Grammy-Award winning engineer/producer, Michael Kolar. Rhymefest utilized his UStream, and broadcast recording sessions live, chatting and replying to fans through his personal Twitter account.
Saturday: High Class Elite, Ryan Shaw, Sam Roberts Band, Rhymefest, Roky Erickson & the Explosives
His 2007 release The Return of the Magnificent featured numerous collaborations with old school and new school artists including CL Smooth, Big Daddy Kane, Pos from De La Soul, Method Man, Peedi Peedi (a remake of Brand New Funk), Rhymefest, and Raheem DeVaughn. In 2007, he appeared with Rhymefest in a video directed by Konee Rok, in which he makes music in his home recording studio with Rhymefest.
Rhymefest started off battle rapping at events such as JumpOff and ScribbleJam against acts like Eminem and Chalk.
"Nation19" traveled to Columbia, South America with Academy Award winner Rhymefest to direct a documentary film called "#WarOnUs".
In June 2012, Chicago rapper Rhymefest authored a blog post critical of Keef's image and message, describing the rapper as a "bomb" and a "spokesman for the Prison Industrial Complex". The post was also critical of rappers Waka Flocka Flame and Rick Ross, citing similar reasons. Rhymefest reiterated these views in a subsequent interview with "Salon".
Rhymefest was seen on the MTV show "Punk'd" when Kanye West was the subject of a practical joke on the set of his second music video for "Jesus Walks." Rhymefest was the first to greet West as he stepped out of a van after it had been revealed to him that he had just been "Punk'd." Rhymefest was on the set of the video to give his input as he was co-writer of the song. Also appeared on TRL along with Kanye West and other stars introducing new artists to the game such as Pharrell Williams introducing Robin Thicke.
Presenters included Russel Simmons, Michael Skolnik, Che Rhymefest Smith who screened the film WARonUS Directed by Queen Muhammad Ali and Hakeem Khaaliq.
The hip hop scene in Chicago is also very influential, with major artists including Kanye West, Chance the Rapper, Twista, Common, Lupe Fiasco, Crucial Conflict, Psychodrama, Da Brat, Shawnna, Chief Keef, King Louie, and Rhymefest.
In 2008, he wrote and recorded "Burnin' Love" with Dido for her "Safe Trip Home" album. That same year, Richie Havens released his version of Cope's "Hurricane Waters" and the hip-hop artist Rhymefest recorded "Bullet," featuring Cope.
Blue Collar is the debut album by Grammy Award winning songwriter, Rhymefest. It was released July 11, 2006 on J Records, and includes the single "Brand New," which features Kanye West.
He has directed music videos, documentaries and commercials featuring Grammy Award winner Rhymefest, Kanye West, Raekwon, rapper Cassidy, Little Jon, DJ Jazzy Jeff of the Fresh Prince and Phife Dawg of A Tribe Called Quest.
Rhymefest appeared as a guest on WGN and CLTV's television show, Garrard McClendon LIVE. He had 3 appearances on the show, discussing WalMart's hiring of Blacks, his Englewood campaign for alderman, and his rap career.
On October 19, 2006, Rhymefest met with the United Kingdom's Parliamentary Leader of the Opposition, David Cameron of the Conservative Party. They discussed the issue of violent rap lyrics which Cameron had highlighted as a problem and they both agreed that hip hop music should not be banned, but that rappers should portray the positive side of life in their music. According to the London Metro, Rhymefest treated the British politician to a performance in his House of Commons office and even invited him to venture with him to a nightclub. However this was turned down by Cameron due to his busy schedule. In a March 2011 interview on Conspiracy Worldwide Radio, Rhymefest discussed his relationship with David Cameron, including a frank discussion regarding Mr Cameron's reaction to him.
Sean George, better known by his stage name Diabolic, is an American rapper. He started receiving fame on the hidden track after Immortal Technique's song "Dance with the Devil". He is also a well-known battle rapper who has battled with rappers such as Immortal Technique, Mecca, and Rhymefest, among others. He released "The Foul Play Mixtape" in October 2006.
Rhymefest was also featured heavily on the episode of the VH1 show "Driven" that dealt with the life story of Kanye West as told by his family, friends and colleagues. They met as 15-year-olds in Chicago and have been close friends ever since.
Off the momentum of "Once Upon a Time in America", Smoothe Da Hustler was recruited by Def Jam Recordings and wrote for variety of gold- and platinum- certified recording artists, including writing with Rhymefest for Dr. Dre’s legendary unfinished album, "Detox".
Recording sessions for the album took place at Big China Studios in Brooklyn, New York in 2010. The record was entirely produced by Illmind and features guest appearances from Buckshot, Torae, Styles P, Rhymefest and Heltah Skeltah. The album's release was supported by two singles – "Frisbees" and "Speakers on Blast."
In 2004, Ronson formed his own record label, Allido Records, a subsidiary of Sony BMG's J Records, along with his longtime manager Rich Kleiman. The first artist he signed to Allido was rapper Saigon, who later left to sign with Just Blaze's Fort Knox Entertainment. He has signed Rhymefest, most well known for winning the Grammy for co-writing Kanye West's "Jesus Walks."
The Return of the Magnificent is the follow-up album to "The Magnificent" (2002) by DJ Jazzy Jeff. The album, entirely produced by Townes, has guest appearances by Rhymefest, Posdnous, and Big Daddy Kane. The album cover is based on the "Deodato 2" cover by Brazilian keyboardist Eumir Deodato.