Synonyms for saukrates or Related words with saukrates

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Examples of "saukrates"
All songs produced by Kardinal Offishall, except "Sweet Marie" and "Jeevin (Life)", produced by Saukrates. "Breakdown (Keep Moving)" is co-produced by Saukrates.
The Toronto-based label was founded in the late 1990s by rapper Saukrates, and his manager Chase Parsons. In 1997, the label released Kardinal Offishall's debut album, "Eye & I". Two years later, the label released Saukrates' debut album, "The Underground Tapes". In the 2000s, Saukrates produced records for his group Big Black Lincoln, and R&B singer Andreena Mill.
Since 2008, Saukrates has done narration for Toronto Blue Jays commercials and documentaries.
Canadian hip hop artists have had a hard time getting established south of the border, and Saukrates is no exception. In 1996, he was signed to Warner Bros. Records. Unfortunately for Saukrates, Warner dropped him in 1998, which was one year before his debut album "The Underground Tapes" was released on Capitol Hill. By the year 2000, Saukrates reached another big deal with Def Jam and Gilla House Records (owned by Redman). Eventually, Saukrates was dropped by Def Jam because he was no longer considered a priority, however he remained with Gilla House. He appears on two tracks of Redman's latest album "Red Gone Wild", released in March 2007.
Saukrates also toured with Furtado on her Get Loose Tour, as a percussionist, backing vocalist and supporting act.
Xtended Play is the second album by hip hop group Frank-n-Dank. Guest appearances include Brick & Lace, Kardinal Offishall, Saukrates and Lindo P. The album contains productions from Oh No, The 2 Swift Household, Kardinal Offishall, DJ Kemo, Buddah Brothas, Tone Mason, Saukrates, P. Cauz and J Dilla.
Allmusic stated "Influenced by the quintessential N.Y. sound of old, Saukrates' self-produced jazzy synthesizers and organic string sections permeate with a native-tongues vibe. But it's lyrically where Saukrates distinguishes himself, as his flow and domineering habitation on the mike is utterly hypnotic."
In 2009, Saukrates collaborated with Method Man & Redman on the single "A-Yo", from their album "Blackout! 2". That year, he also collaborated with k-os and Nelly Furtado on the single "I Wish I Knew Natalie Portman", from k-os' album "Yes!". Originally, the track was a collaboration between Saukrates and Nelly Furtado entitled "On the Run".
One day after performing at a club in New York City, Kardinal was in his hotel room talking to Saukrates, when he heard an infectious beat coming from downstairs. Saukrates told him that Mr. Attic of Da Grassroots was playing beats in his room, then Kardinal went downstairs to check it out. In an interview, he said:
Members of The Circle appear on the album, including Solitair, Saukrates and Jully Black. Ro Dolla appears on the album as Afrolistics; Lock Jaw appears as L.J.
In 2009, rap artists Busta Rhymes and Billy Danze from MOP released the song "Undescribable" using a Rich Kidd production. That same year, performing artist K-os released his fourth studio album which included the single "I Wish I Knew Natalie Portman" featuring Nelly Furtado and Saukrates produced by Rich Kidd. We On Some Rich Kidd Shit Vol. 3 was released in July 2009, featuring "The Search" a song featuring Drake and Saukrates.
The Anchorman Mixtape is a mixtape by Canadian rapper k-os which was released on August 9, 2010. Following the release of his album "Yes!" earlier in 2009, The mixtape features collaborations with Drake, Saukrates and Sebastien Grainger, among others.
On June 23, 2003, an alternate version of the album was released with two additional bonus tracks, "Remember" and "Get Dirty". On October 21, 2003, a further version was released with a single bonus song, "Comin' Up" by Saukrates.
"Stigmata" includes guest appearances by Wiley, JME, Skepta, Merky Ace, Saukrates, Andreena and k-os. The album was a shortlisted Juno Award nominee for Rap Recording of the Year at the Juno Awards of 2015.
Shortly after he opened a recording studio and was working with various Hip-Hop Artists including Saukrates, Colin Munroe and Brass Munk (EMI), while continuing to work as a sound engineer at various night clubs and theatres.
Official videos have been shot for "Put It Down" featuring a guest appearance by MTV personality Vincent "Don Vito" Margera, and "Get 'Em" featuring Gilla House artists Saukrates and Icadon.
Jully Black (born Jullyann Inderia Gordon; November 8, 1977) is a Canadian R&B singer–songwriter and actress. She has collaborated and written for many artists, including Nas, Saukrates, Choclair, Kardinal Offishall, Destiny's Child and Sean Paul.
Guest musicians on the album include Emily Haines, Black Thought, Sebastien Grainger, Travie McCoy, Sam Roberts, Jay Malinowski, Saukrates, Shad and Corey Hart. George Stroumboulopoulos also provides a spoken intro to the track "The Dog Is Mine".
"Let's Ride" is the first single from Choclair's debut album "Ice Cold". Produced by Kardinal Offishall, the song features ad-libs by Saukrates. The song is well known for its catchy piano hook.
After completing a second album, "Bad Addiction", in 2004, Saukrates faced difficulty securing widespread release on a major label. In the meantime, he produced material for Big Black Lincoln and R&B singer Andreena Mill.