Synonyms for sneakbo or Related words with sneakbo

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Examples of "sneakbo"
IV Rox ft Sneakbo- "Pumping Out Of My Speakers"
At a young age Sneakbo listened to late rapper Tupac Shakur and pop star Michael Jackson.
Sneakbo spent three months incarcerated in Feltham Prison in late 2011 for threatening a woman in violation of an ASBO.
During the time of 2011 Angel had released his much anticipated mixtape "7 Minutes Before Time" featuring the likes of Wiley, Maxsta, Giggs, Cleo Sol, Wretch 32, G Frsh, Scorcher, Sneakbo and Mark Asari. Videos were shot for the songs "Gleamin" featuring Wiley and Maxsta, "Popstar" featuring Giggs, "Ride Out" featuring Sneakbo, "Bottles" featuring G Frsh and Scorcher and lastly "Go in Go Hard" featuring Wretch 32, which was shot in early 2012.
Zim Zimma is a song by UK grime artist Sneakbo. The song was released in the United Kingdom on November 4, 2012 by Play Hard Records and reached number 35 on the UK Singles Chart.
Plastik Funk are a music duo consisting of Rafael Ximenez-Carrillo and Mikio Gruschinske who teamed up with Tujamo and Sneakbo for their single "Dr. Who!", which peaked at number 21 on the UK Singles Chart.
Agassi Babatunde Odusina, or Sneakbo as he is otherwise known, is an English rapper. His first song, "The Wave", made #48 on the UK Singles Chart and he has since released a number of hits, including being a featured artist on the D'Banj song "Oliver Twist".
Other new entries included "Changes" by Faul & Wad Ad vs Pnau, "Wizard" by Martin Garrix & Jay Hardway, "Loyal" by Chris Brown featuring Lil Wayne & Tyga, "Dr. Who!" by Tujamo & Plastik Funk featuring Sneakbo and "If I Could Change Your Mind" by Haim at numbers 3, 7, 15, 21 and 33, respectively.
"Ring A Ling" is a song by UK grime artist Sneakbo. Ring A Ling samples the chorus from Shabba Ranks "Ting A Ling". "Ring A Ling" was also playlisted on Radio 1 A list. The song entered the UK Singles Chart at number 27. The song was written by Rexton Rawlston Fernando Gordon, Agassi Odusina, James Grant, Darius Ellington and produced by ILL BLU.
In 2014, the song was rehashed as "Dr. Who" and had vocals added to it by British rapper Sneakbo. These vocals namecheck "Doctor Who", though do not directly pertain to the series. It was named Zane Lowe's Hottest Record in the World on 9 January 2014 and charted at #21 on the UK Singles Chart.
Young Fire, Old Flame is a collaborative mixtape by British rappers Wretch 32 and Avelino, released for free download on 18 December 2015. It serves as Wretch's seventh and Avelino's third mixtape. The project features guest appearances from Sneakbo, Loick Essien and Fuse ODG among others. Its artwork was designed by Funny Tummy.
"The Wave" is a 2011 song by UK grime artist Sneakbo. The song was released in the United Kingdom on 21 October 2011 by Play Hard Records, reached to number 48 on the UK Singles Chart and was added to BBC Radio 1's B-List.
"Dr. Who!" is a song by Tujamo and Plastik Funk. The song was originally titled "Who" and released by music producers Tujamo and Plastik Funk in 2012. A re-release featuring British rapper Sneakbo was renamed "Dr. Who!". This version reached number 21 on the UK Singles Chart.
Timi Raji (born 14 November 1992), better known by his stage name Timbo STP, is a British Afrobeat artist who makes both grime and rap music. Taking the urban music scene by storm with his unique AfroHop style. He worked with a host of musical talent, such as 2014 MOBO Award winner, Stormzy; and chart-hitting grime artist, Sneakbo. Influenced musically by the likes of Wizkid, Fuse ODG and Fela Kuti; developing his love for music at an early age.
Matthias Richter (born 18 January 1988 in Detmold, Germany) is an electro house music producer, who along with Plastik Funk and Sneakbo released the single "Dr. Who!", which peaked at number 21 on the UK Singles Chart. He also had a hit with Steve Aoki and Chris Lake, "Boneless", which charted at #49 on the German Singles Chart and #42 on the Austrian Singles Chart.
Paige Meade (born January 18, 1993) better known by her stage name Paigey Cakey is a British MC, singer and actress, from Hackney, London. In an interview with the MOBOs she revealed that "Cakey" was a childhood nickname, that referred to her perceived wealth. She released her first mixtape in 2012 entitled "The First Page". Her third mixtape "The Right Paige" featured Yungen, Young Spray, Sneakbo, Stormzy, Chip, Snap Capone, Colours and Dubz. She released an EP entitled 'Red' in early 2016 and 'Red Velvet' a mixtape which she released as a Christmas Gift to her fans on December 25, 2016.
In 2011, they released thirteen singles, one of which was their first hit - a cover of C+C Music Factory's Everybody Dance Now, which penetrated the German charts. As a result, they were asked to commission a number of compilation album, including the German Ministry of Sound's 2009 Sessions. Their largest hit, Who, was first released in 2012 and gained the acclaim of Avicii, and was played at the Miami club the Winter Music Conference. Following its success, they toured all over the world and started living in Spain. In 2014, Who was remixed and turned into Dr. Who! ft. Sneakbo, which charted at #21 on the UK Singles Chart.
Vanderpuye released his first single with the label, "Delorean", in March 2012. The track featured fellow rapper and friend Wretch 32, although was initially demoed with rapper Lady Leshurr (with several promotional copies of the single being issued with Leshurr's version on). On 8 June 2012 Vanderpuye released his second single, "Rock Steady", which featured the collaboration of singer and rapper Sneakbo. Neither single impacted the UK singles chart. In an attempt to impact the charts, Vanderpuye contacted former touring partner Professor Green and asked him to record a verse for his new single, "Top of the World", which features rising star Taiwah. Green agreed and the single was subsequently released on 28 August 2015, peaking at #63 on the UK Singles Chart the following week.
Road rap (also known as UK Rap and British gangsta rap) is a genre of music that came to a fore as a backlash against the perceived commercialisation of grime in the late 2000s in London. Road rap retained the explicit depictions of violence and British gang culture found in some early grime music and combines it with a musical style more similar to American gangsta rap than the dance music influences of grime. The most famous exponents of this style include Krept and Konan, Sneakbo, Giggs, and K Koke. The road rap scene centres around mixtape releases and YouTube videos with some of the genres more popular acts getting mainstream recognition. The genre has been criticised for the relenteless nihilism and violence in its lyrics as well as its links to gangs and gun crime with many rappers serving prison sentences. In similar with grime, road rap has suffered from pre emptive policing with Giggs claiming that the Metropolitan Police have set out to deny him the opportunity to make a living from music having banned him from touring. Many new Trap and drill crews have been coming into the scene like 67 and Section Boyz. Many of them are affiliated with gangs and most are watched by the police making their music due to the violent themes in it.
In 2011, they released a cover of Jay-Z's and Kanye West's "Otis" which helped them rise to fame. The video reached five million views in its first five days of being uploaded to YouTube. However, with much pressure received from Jay-Z's legal team the video was removed from the duo's profile. Undeterred by the controversy, they released a cover of Drake and Lil Wayne's "The Motto", launched their own clothing line called Play Dirty and early into 2012 were invited to join the British rapper Skepta on his tour in the UK. They appeared on Tinie Tempah's 2011 mixtape "Happy Birthday" and in 2013 they released their third mixtape "Young Kingz", with features from Chip, Tinie Tempah, G FrSH, Giggs, George the Poet, Yungen, Ari, Yana Toma, Fekky, Siah and Anthony Thomas. The album's promotional single "Don't Waste My Time" rose to fame in the grime scene in January 2014, with notable artists such as French Montana, Wretch 32, Chip, G FrSH, Double S, Lady Leshurr, Yungen, Sneakbo MNEK, Dru Blu, Jacob Banks and Dot Rotten all contributing to remixes of the track. Tinie Tempah also freestyled over the beat on Charlie Sloth's "Fire in the Booth".