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Keyboardist/singer/songwriter/arranger/musical director Patrice Rushen has had an outstanding career with several Top Ten R&B hits, including "Haven't You Heard," "Forget Me Nots," "Feels So Real," and "Watch Out." Arguably she has received much of her popularity through other acts copying or sampling her material. "Forget Me Nots" was the basis of Will Smith's "Men in Black" from the blockbuster movie of the same name on Big Willie Style and George Michael extensively used the same track for his hit 'Fastlove'. R. Kelly's "Remind Me" was sampled from her "You Remind Me," a popular radio-aired LP track from Straight From the...
Dobie Gray (July 26, 1940 - December 6th 2011) was an African American singer and songwriter, whose musical career spanned soul, country, pop and musical theater. His hit records included "The 'In' Crowd" in 1965, and "Drift Away", which was one of the biggest hits of 1973, sold over one million copies, and remains a staple of radio airplay. Gray was born near Houston, Texas, by his own account in Simonton although some sources suggest the nearby town of Brookshire. His birth name was probably Lawrence Darrow Brown, who is listed in the Fort Bend County Birth Records as being...
Patrice (Patrice Bart-Williams) is an Afro-German reggae artist. His music is influenced by Jimi Hendrix and Bob Marley. Effortlessly combining folk, reggae, soul and blues, the singer/songwriter/guitarist , Patrice, exploded onto the music scene with his phenomenal testimonial debut Lions E.P in 1999 aged just 18. With the deep lyrical content and social conscience resonating within his work, Patrice alludes to his late father (a Sierra Leonian political activist and poet) and Bob Marley as the greatest influences on his music. Lions, with its tales of love and social rhetoric coupled with raw acoustic production, perfectly showcased Patrices distinctive fusion...
Scoobie Do is a band from Japan, consisting of Koyama Shuu (コヤマ シュウ) on vocals; Matsuki Taijirou (マツキ タイジロウ) on guitar; Nagaiake Joe (ナガイケ ジョー) on bass; and Okamoto "MOBY" Takuya (オカモト"MOBY"タクヤ), or AFROMAN, on drums. They first gathered in 1995 and formed what would become Scoobie Do. First release from the band was the 7inch single "Yuuyake no Melody (夕焼けのメロディ)" in 1999. Soon they reached a relative famous status on the Japanese indies panel, and signed a contract with major label SPEED STAR RECORDS in 2002 (being first major release the mini-album "Get Up"). Their song "Akaneiru ga Moeru...
There is more than one artist with this name: 1) A three-piece Japanese pop/rock band, composed of Sho Wada on vocals/guitar, Koji Hayashi on bass, and Yoshifumi Yoshida on drums. 2) A noise band out of Vancouver, Canada that gives much of their music away at trashrecords.org/triceratops/ 3) A hardcore band from Columbus, Ohio. 4) A doom/stoner metal band from Auckland, New Zealand. Their debut release was the 'Vs. Music' EP in 2011. Members: Aaron, Craig, Duncan, Jared. Facebook. .
Found 11 songs, duration: 40:26
Gimme The Money
Sho Me Love Feat Obie Trice Shady Records
Back to Back (feat. Promatic & Obie Trice)
Dogmatic and Obie Trice-What You Know About It
Blood in the Water (feat. Obie Trice)
Star - Radio Version (feat. Obie Trice)
Fire (feat. Obie Trice)
From the Hometown He Rose (feat. Obie Trice)
Turn It Up Its Us (Feat. Obie Trice)
Star (feat. Obie Trice)
Le son obie trice 2021