Synonyms for rydah or Related words with rydah

klyde              husalah              luniz              pimpin              ampichino              marvaless              mistah              yukmouth              soopafly              kyleon              twinz              kaliko              twista              thuggin              kokane              treach              realest              prynce              krizz              khujo              levitti              hustlin              cyhi              mavado              noreaga              youngsta              jacka              skank              skeme              grafh              techniec              outlawz              yelawolf              fingazz              bangz              figga              doggumentary              bidness              stressmatic              dirtball              hustla              zaytoven              jackin              bizness              beesh              mystikal              glocc              battlecat              speedknot              saukrates             



Examples of "rydah"
"Urban Farmer", another of Berner's albums, features Iamsu! from The HBK Gang on two tracks; and the Jacka, Rydah J. Klyde and San Quinn on "21 Gunz".
Rydah J. Klyde is a Bay Area rapper from Pittsburg, California best known for his affiliation with the rap group Mob Figaz. Around 2002, Rydah signed a solo deal with Mac Dre's Thizz Entertainment label. In 2003, he released his album "Tha Fly Gangsta". In addition to releasing many songs on numerous Thizz compilations, Rydah saw the release of three albums; the first was an album with friend Johnny Cash as the group Money Gang titled "Bang fo Bread", another solo album titled "What's Really Thizzin?" and another group effort with Thizz affiliate Freako titled "El Pueblo Children". In 2006, the Money Gang released a mixtape titled "2 Chain Gang Vol. 1".
Da Baydestrian is the third studio album by rapper Mistah F.A.B., released on May 15, 2007. "Da Baydestrian" is Mistah F.A.B.'s first independent album before the release of his first album on a major label, "Da Yellow Bus Rydah".
Mob Figaz is a Bay Area hip hop group formed by C-Bo. The members consist of Husalah, Rydah J. Klyde, and The Jacka from Pittsburg, California; Fed-X from Richmond, California; And AP.9 from Oakland.
Devil Rejectz 2: House of the Dead is a collaboration album between American rappers Ampichino and The Jacka. It peaked at #83 on the R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart. "Devil Rejectz 2: House of the Dead" includes guest appearances from T-Nutty, Yukmouth, Mistah F.A.B., Berner and Rydah J. Klyde, amongst other artists.
Dre Area is a posthumous compilation album by American rapper Mac Dre, released in 2008 from Thizz Entertainment. It features guest appearances from several Bay Area rappers, including Dubee, Little Bruce, PSD, Dru Down, Rydah J. Klyde, Mistah F.A.B., J-Diggs, Too Short, and more.
Neighborhood Supastar, Pt. 3 is a collaboration album by American rappers The Boy Boy Young Mess and Philthy Rich, released in June 2011 via Livewire Records & SMC Recordings. The last of the "Neighborhood Supastar" series, it features guest appearances from Mistah F.A.B., J. Stalin, Glasses Malone, Rydah J. Klyde and Kafani, among others. It charted on the Heatseekers Pacific chart.
Da Yellow Bus Rydah, F.A.B.'s debut studio album for Atlantic, originally scheduled for spring of 2007, was delayed by over two years (and most recently slated for a 2009 release under the revised title The Bus Ride). However, thanks to an unusually liberal contract, he was able to keep busy with work on independent labels, instead releasing a Thizz full-length album, Da Baydestrian, in May 2007, and continuing his steady stream of mixtapes and album-length collaborations with G-Stack, Turf Talk, the Alchemist, and Glasses Malone through 2015 (including Hyphy Ain't Dead, a collaboration with Turf Talk).”
Rick Rock's popularity grew in the early 2000s after Jay-Z released the hit single "Change the Game". From there, Rick Rock went on to produce "Can't Deny It" for Fabolous, and "I Don't Do Much by Beanie Sigel. In 2002 Rick Rock reunited with Vallejo producer Mike Mosely and produced the songs "Godzilla" featuring E-40 and Pizzo and "The Sickness" by Federation. Both songs were featured on Mike Mosely's compilation album "Major Work The Soundtrack". In Spring of 2002, Rick Rock produced "Automatic" featuring Fabolous, which became the lead single for E-40's album "Grit & Grind". In 2003 Rick Rock gained more commercial success working with New York-based producing hits "Make It Clap" for Busta Rhymes "If I could Go" for Angie Martinez and "Breathe, Stretch, Shake" for Mase. Following his commercial success, Rick Rock became a sought after producer on the West Coast producing underground tracks like Keak Da Sneak's "T-Shirt, Blue Jeans, & Nike's", "Back it Up" by Ras Kass, "Whip Appeal" by Bambino Brown and producing over half of the songs featured on B-Legit's fourth album "Hard 2 B-Legit". In 2003 Rick Rock founded his own label Southwest Federation and signed The Federation featuring fellow Cosmic Slop Shop alumn, Doonie Baby and additional rappers San Diego Native Battle Loco and Harlem native El Dorado Red. El Dorado Red is the only rapper other than The Federation to release an album on Rick Rock's label with the release of "East Side Rydah Vol. 1".