Synonyms for treach or Related words with treach


Examples of "treach"
1994- Loyal to the Game (2Pac feat. Treach & Riddler) - Regulate (single) (Prod. Reginald Heard)
In 1990, Denton gave birth to her first child, a son she named Tyran Moore. Denton made a guest appearance on "Ricki Lake" in 1994, teaching teenage girls the responsibilities of being a mother. In 1999, Denton married Treach of the rap group Naughty by Nature. Denton and Treach had one daughter, Egypt Jahnari Criss (born September 2, 1998). After allegations of physical abuse by Treach, they divorced in 2001.
In April 2015, Treach said he and Vinnie had resolved their issues, but now their relationship is strictly "business." "You got teammates, sometimes, that's on the same team, they may not feel each other. At the end of the day, you going out to win. That's what we doing," Treach said. Although Vinnie and Treach are cordial, he said another Naughty By Nature album was unlikely.
In May 2013, frontman Treach shocked fans when he revealed that Vin Rock had been "fired" from the group, after failing to put in the same amount of energy in the group as himself and member DJ Kay Gee. At the time, Treach said he and Vinnie hadn't been on speaking terms for around two years.
Harlem 6 has worked with hip-hop artists such as: RZA, Treach, DJ Diamond, and Marley Marl.
The movie was filmed in 1991. Daryl Mitchell, Treach, Money-B, and Donald Faison had auditioned for the role of Roland Bishop. Tupac Shakur accompanied Money-B to the audition and was asked to read. Tupac received the role of Roland Bishop after throwing a chair. Treach and Faison landed cameo roles as a rival gang member and a high school student.
He has also appeared on songs with Shyheim, Heltah Skeltah, Coolio, MC Breed, Method Man, Busta Rhymes, Young Zee, Bone Thugs N Harmony, Treach, The D.O.C. and others.
Fellow New Jersey native Tony D, a respected and prominent producer, accused Naughty by Nature of stealing a sample from his breakbeat album "Music Makes You Move" and using it on their track "O.P.P." The matter was settled out of court. Between albums, the group also scored a major hit with the track "Uptown Anthem", from the soundtrack to the 1992 film "Juice". Treach also got a cameo acting role in the film, his first acting role. Fellow rapper 2Pac also acted in the movie, and Treach would befriend him. This led to a long acting career for Treach and a long friendship with 2Pac. In 1993, the group starred in the superhero comedy film The Meteor Man, as a street gang. When 2Pac died in 1996, Treach made a tribute song to him, called "Mourn You Til I Join You."
With Naughty by Nature, Treach worked with fellow group members Vin Rock and DJ Kay Gee. Sometimes he would share verses on songs with Vin Rock, but often, especially on the group's earlier albums, Treach would be the sole performer on the song. Examples of this are some of the group's most well known singles from their self-titled second album, such as "O.P.P.," and "Ghetto Bastard".
Anthony Criss (born December 2, 1970), better known by his stage name Treach, is an American rapper and actor. He is best known as the lead rapper of the hip hop group Naughty by Nature.
After the release of "", a dispute regarding finances developed between Kay Gee and Treach. Treach blamed Kay Gee for squandering the group's finances. Due to these disagreements DJ Kay Gee decided to leave Naughty by Nature in late 2000. He started to develop his own record label Divine Mill. In 2001 the group released a song 'Here Comes The Money' that has constantly been used as the entrance theme for Shane McMahon in WWE. The remainder of the group, Treach and Vin Rock, released an album in 2002 called "IIcons", using a variety of different producers including Da Beatminerz; the album, however, received a lukewarm reception from the public. In 2002, the group disbanded.
According to VH1 Treach has been with common law wife Cicely Evans for the last 7 years. They have 2 children together. The couple starred on Season 5 of Couples Therapy on VH1.
Love and a Bullet is a 2002 action film starring American rapper Treach. It was released to theaters on August 30, 2002 and was directed by Ben Ramsey and Xavier Kantz.
The third and final in the series starred Anthony "Treach" Criss, Sung Hi Lee, Warren Derosa and David Basila, but neither Snipes nor any of his co-stars from the first two movies.
The film received a strongly negative critical reaction. DVDtalk called the film "complete garbage," judging it to be very poorly executed overall, with particular criticism for the action sequences and the performances of Treach and Sung-Hi Lee. The Movie Scene had similar criticisms, describing the action as "boringly pedestrian," accusing Treach of having no charisma, and also finding Warren Derosa's performance to be annoying. Movieman's Guide described the plot as "frankly nonsensical and just plain stupid," and criticised the poorly-staged gunfights, particularly at the film's climax.
"Feel Me Flow" is a 1995 single by hip-hop group Naughty by Nature from their fourth album "Poverty's Paradise". The song was the most successful single from the album, peaking at #17 on the "Billboard" Hot 100 and at #3 on Hot Rap Singles. The sole rapper on the song is Treach. The music video shows Treach near a pool and the ocean in the midst of a heat wave, and also shows clips of the winter and people snowboarding. The song is featured in the 2002 film "8 Mile" starring Eminem. According to a recent publication in the "Rolling Stone" this was named the "coolest rap song of the 1990s."
Shelley entered into production as an executive producer/investor in the 2002 independent feature film "The Book of Love", also directed by Jeff Byrd and starring Sallie Richardson, Robin Givins, Treach of Naughty by Nature, and Richard T. Jones of "Judging Amy".
The Art of War III: Retribution is a 2009 direct-to-DVD action film starring Treach, Warren Derosa, Sung-Hi Lee and Leo Lee. It is the second sequel to the 2000 action film "The Art of War", though was the first sequel to that film to be produced.
While staking out his next assignment, the innocent girlfriend of his notorious boss, contract killer Malik (Treach) reflects on the dark path he's chosen but cannot escape. Torn between his sense of duty and his newfound sense of humanity, he finds that the only way out is a perilous showdown with men who are every bit as cold-blooded as he is.
Today You Die is a 2005 American action film directed and cinematographed by Don E. Fauntleroy, and produced by Steven Seagal, who also starred in the lead role. The film also co-stars Treach, Sarah Buxton, Mari Morrow, Nick Mancuso and Robert Miano. The film was released on direct-to-DVD in the United States on September 13, 2005.