Synonyms for stetsasonic or Related words with stetsasonic
Examples of "stetsasonic"
Poetic then joined Wu-Tang Clan's leader RZA, former De La Soul/
producer Prince Paul, and Frukwan from
in the hip-hop supergroup Gravediggaz. Concerning the origins of the supergroup, he said:
Power was asked by the owner of Calliope Studios to sit in as engineer of a music recording session by the group
thought so highly of Power's work that he continued to work with them, overseeing the breakthrough sessions for their album "On Fire".
In Full Gear is the second studio album by American hip hop band
, released in 1988 by Tommy Boy Records.
Life is the debut solo album by American rapper and former
and Gravediggaz member Frukwan, released on the BMG label in 2003 (see 2003 in music).
The musical line-up at the Wembley event included: Anita Baker, Bonnie Raitt, Chrissie Hynde, Jackson Browne, Lou Reed, Natalie Cole, Neil Young, Peter Gabriel, Simple Minds, Tracy Chapman and
, in addition to the following artists:
The continuous track features three sampled sounds and voices of the following tracks: "100 Miles and Runnin'" by N.W.A, "Ease Back" by Ultramagnetic MCs, and "Go Stetsa" by
Nubian M.O.B. is the only album of a contemporary R&B group of the same name, which was released during 1992 on Cold Chillin' Records. It was produced entirely by Daddy-O of the group
Along with Frukwan of
, Too Poetic of Brothers Grimm, and The RZA of Wu-Tang Clan Prince Paul formed the group Gravediggaz, and their first album, "Niggamortis/6 Feet Deep" (1994), was released by Gee Street records.
Robin Caulden of Press-Republican said "He's played with everybody — Afrika Bambataa, B52s, Blondie, Chic, David Bowie, Heavy D, James Chance and The Contortions, RZA,
, William Vivanco and Wu-Tang Clan."
Leonardo Roman (born August 20, 1965), better known by his stage name Wise, is a hip hop record producer and member of hip hop group
, commonly hailed as hip hop's first live band.
Fried also identified, signed and promoted a series of breakout writer/artists of the late 90’s/early 00’s including The Pixies, The Blake Babies, Ben Folds, Old 97’s, Public Enemy, De La Soul,
, Jellybean Benitez, Latin Rascals, Gloria and Emilio Estefan, L.A. Reid and Babyface, Full Force, Keith Diamond and Darrell Scott.
member Bobby Simmons produced the remix entitled the Pink Eye remix which appeared as the second track on the single. The single's B-side was the Kurupt-produced "I'm Talkin' to Myself", which is another track from the soundtrack, performed by NME and Grench the Mean 1.
is an American hip hop group formed in 1981 in Brooklyn, New York City, New York. It is remembered as one of the first hip hop crews to use a live band, and the group's positive, uplifting lyrics made it forerunners of alternative hip hop and jazz hip hop.
RZA was the first to follow up on the success of "Enter the Wu-Tang" with a side project, founding the Gravediggaz with Prince Paul and Frukwan (both of
) and Poetic. The Gravediggaz released "6 Feet Deep" in August 1994, which became one of the best known works to emerge from hip hop's small subgenre of horrorcore.
Daddy-O, is an MC and record producer. He began his career as a member of the pioneer hip-hop group
with Prince Paul. Throughout the years, Daddy-O has spent his time remixing and working with artists such as Freestyle Fellowship, Mary J. Blige, Queen Latifah, Living Colour, Big Daddy Kane, the B-52's, and the Red Hot Chili Peppers.
Handsome Boy Modeling School was a collaborative project between renowned hip hop producers Dan the Automator (Gorillaz, Dr. Octagon, Deltron 3030) and Prince Paul (
, De La Soul, Gravediggaz, "A Prince Among Thieves"). The collaboration lasted from 1999 to 2006 and resulted in two albums, featuring a vast cast of guest rappers, singers, comedians and DJs.
In 1995, he established Kedar Entertainment, originating out of his New York home, with a $1,700 outlay from his own pocket and consisted of a desk set, fax machine, copier, and portable phone. He became President and CEO. Involved in artist management, he directed the career of the pioneering rap group
for a time.
Prince Paul was one of the original members of
. He joined the group in 1984 after impressing Daddy-O with his routine in the "Brevoit Day Celebration" DJ battle in Brooklyn. Daddy-O was struck by Paul's energy, saying that he performed his routine with Liquid Liquid's song "Cavern", "like he was mad at the turntables."
Their first of eight albums released on RCA was "Action Speaks Louder Than Words", an album that included a political message. The title cut, "Action Speaks Louder Than Words" (1975), has a break beat that has been sampled numerous times in hip hop music, including "Move The Crowd" from the 1987 album "Paid in Full" by Eric B. & Rakim, and "Don't Let Your Mouth Write A Check Your Ass Can't Cash" (1991) by
Kelvin Mercer ("Posdnous", "Plug One", "Plug Wonder Why", "Mercenary") and David Jude Jolicoeur ("Trugoy the Dove", "Plug Two", "Dave") were already friends when Mason joined the pair to form De La Soul in 1987. The trio came to the attention of Prince Paul, then a member of
, with a demo recording of "Plug Tunin'". Paul facilitated a record deal for Mason and his colleagues with the Tommy Boy label and produced their first album, "3 Feet High and Rising".
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