Synonyms for spinna or Related words with spinna

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Examples of "spinna"
Jigmastas are an East Coast underground hip hop group based in Brooklyn. The group consists of DJ Spinna and MC Kriminul.
Muneshine has collaborated with a number of popular U.S. hip hop musicians, such as Pete Rock, Sean Price, DJ Spinna, Buckwild, Guilty Simpson, Rob Swift and many more.
Contributors on the album include DJ Spinna, The Beatnuts, DJ Krush, J-Live, Edreys Wajed aka Billy Drease Williams, Akil & Chali 2na (Jurassic 5), Meshell Ndegeocello, Wordsworth, Ekene, Shuman, Adam Deitch, Mister Rourke, Tycoon, Dub Fader & more.
Added to the line-up of producers which included King Britt, Mark de-Clive Lowe, 4Hero, DJ Spinna, and longtime co-collaborator Rodney Lee, are remixer/producers Marco Zappala from Brazil and Craig C. from the UK.
Polyrhythm Addicts is a hip hop group composed of DJ Spinna, Mr Complex, Shabaam Sahdeeq, and Tiye Phoenix. The lineup on its first album included Apani B, but she was replaced by Phoenix when the group reunited in 2007.
Vincent Williams, better known by his stage name DJ Spinna, is an American hip hop producer from Brooklyn. According to Allmusic, he has "remained strictly an underground artist despite his astonishing talent."
Robert's work as a dance, funk, hip hop and soul music producer has been licensed on numerous CD compilations and remixed by DJ Spinna, Joey Negro, Recloose, Yamwho? and many others
In 2003, Soulive released a self-titled live album, "Soulive (Live)", and a collection of remixes, "Turn It Out Remixed", which featured guests Jurassic 5, DJ Spinna, DJ Krush, J-Live, Wordsworth, and the Beatnuts.
In 2012, Muneshine released a solo project "There Is Only Today", his first under the Droppin’ Science label. The album featured production from DJ Spinna, Buckwild, !llmind and M-Phazes, among others. Guest appearances include Emilio Rojas, D-Sisive and Ghettosocks, among others.
The album's second single was "I Want Your Love", a cover of the Chic classic. The Watley cover was produced by DJ Spinna and featured Chic's own Nile Rodgers on guitar. Supported by dance mixes, the track peaked at #1 on the Hot Dance Music/Club Play chart for the week of June 16, 2007.
Axelrod has also co-wrote and co-produced alongside musical underground's main stay DJ Spinna, hit tracks including Sean Escoffery's "Days Like This" and Les Nubians' "Makeda." In 2003 he contributed to one of the best selling reggae albums of the decade, "Dub Side of the Moon", the dub reggae tribute to Pink Floyd's album, which he co-produced with Michael G.
During this period Black Coffee was invited to perform at the Red Bull Music Academy Lounge at the Sonar Festival in Barcelona, where he played alongside the cream of local and international DJs, including Little Louie Vega, Alix Alvarez, Franck Roger, Charles Webster, DJ Spinna and Osunlade.
"Skilligan's Island" was also produced by Steve Boston, P.F. Cuttin' (who also mixed the album), DJ Spinna (who also mixed the album along with P.F. Cuttin'), and Will Tell. Guest appearances on this album include Disco, Unique London, Big Boo, Rack-Lo, Master Fool, Cita, Eminem, Father Time, and God Forbid, among others.
Experience & Education is the second full-length album by rapper Sadat X, of the group Brand Nubian. The album features production from Diamond D, DJ Spinna, Kleph Dollaz and Ge-ology, and guest appearances from Heltah Skeltah, Edo G, Agallah and the Money Boss Players. The album's lead single is "What Did I Do?" b/w "The Great Diamond D."
Featuring Helixx & Pri the Honey Dark of Anomolies, Heroine, Sara Kana (a.k.a Lyric), Ayana Soyini, Jean Grae (f.k.a. What? What?), and Yejide. DJ Spinna is credited with producing the first four tracks (A1–4) on the A-side with another three (A5, B4–5) attributed to GE-OLOGY, while Mike-One took credit for producing the Bonus Cuts (B6–10).
In an attempt to reintroduce McKay to the American market, US label Astralwerks released a five song EP in September 2006 with two new songs from forthcoming album and two older songs from "McKay" album and a remix by DJ Spinna of "Tell It Like It Is", as well as being featured on US funk musician Amp Fiddler's album release "Afro Strut".
Up Above Records has built a reputation as vinyl record specialists releasing 12-inch singles (the Jay Dee J Dilla hip-hop hit "Fuck the Police"), as well as distributing vinyl releases for Jurassic 5, Legendary Music, and other distinguished artists such as Kool G Rap, The Beatnuts, Tony Touch, Dilated Peoples, DJ Spinna, and Sadat X, to name a few.
House Dance International has featured some of the world’s most prestigious house music DJs including DJ Spinna, the Martinez Brothers, Quentin Harris, Filsonik, DJ Sabine, Brian Coxx, Chip-Chop Ninja, Pang-Lo, Don Barbarino (Oasis, Montreal), Pat Boogie (Oasis, Montreal), Crash (Düsseldorf), DJ G Do Brazil and Liquid Agents.
After being used in a Mitsubishi Motors television commercial in the U.S. in 2001, the song gained a second life and significant radio airplay, reaching the top 40 on the "Billboard" Hot 100 and making it the Wiseguys' best known song. It was featured in the 2001 comedy "Zoolander", where it was used to promote the film. It was also featured in the films "Gun Shy" and "Kangaroo Jack". It has also officially been remixed by Eric Kupper and DJ Spinna.
Chris Rob performed in Washington D.C. for President Barack Obama's inauguration festivities. In addition to his own solo shows, he directs the stage for classic hip hop artists including Pete Rock & CL Smooth, Black Moon, and The Real Live Show. He collaborates heavily with producers like DJ Spinna and Devo Springsteen. Chris toured with Atlantic Records' artist Laura Izibor as well as his own older brother, actor/comedian Craig Robinson (NBC's "The Office").