Destiny's Child D Child, DC, Desitny´s Child, Desteny's Child, Destenys Child, Destiny, Destiny Child, Destiny´s Child, Destiny's, Destiny'sChild, Destiny’s Child, Destinys Child, Destney´s Child, デスティニーズ・チャイルドAmerican pop R&B group formed in 1990 in Houston, Texas. Members timeline: Beyoncé Knowles (1990-present) Kelly Rowland (1990-present) Michelle Williams (1999-present) LeToya Luckett (1993-2000) LaTavia Roberson (1990-2000) Farrah Franklin (1999-2000)
Ludacris Chris LoverLover, Ladacris, Luacris, Lucradis, Luda, Luda Chris, Luda Vs. Idris, Ludachris, Ludacirs, Ludacri$, Ludacris = リュダクリス, Ludacris AKA Chris Lova Lova, Ludacris", Ludacriss, Ludcris, Ludichris, Ludicris, Ludicrus, LudracisChristopher Brian Bridges (born September 11, 1977), better known by his stage name Ludacris, is an American rapper and actor. Along with his manager, Chaka Zulu, Ludacris is the co-founder of Disturbing Tha Peace, an imprint distributed by Def Jam Recordings. Ludacris has sold 17 million albums in the United States and 24 million records sold worldwide, and he has won the Screen Actors Guild, Critic's Choice, MTV, and Grammy Awards during his career. Born in Champaign, Illinois, of African American and Native American descent. Luda wrote his first rap song at age nine when moving to Atlanta and joined an amateur rap group three years later. He attended Banneker High School in Atlanta, Georgia. From 1998 to 1999, and studied music management at Georgia State University. Ludacris worked as a radio editor under the pseudonym "DJ Chris Lova Lova" at Atlanta hip hop station HOT 97.5 FM WHTA, now located at 107.9 FM, when producer and rapper Timbaland made an offer for Ludacris to work with him at the radio station, leading to his performance on the track "Phat Rabbit" on Timbaland's 1998 album Tim's Bio: Life from da Bassment. Ludacris released his major label debut, "Back for the First Time", in October 2000. This album was actually a modified re-release of the album "Incognegro", made in 1998. It was produced with the help of the underground producer Sessy Melia, whom he dated for a short while. The album reached as high as #4 on the U.S. Billboard 200, and was a major success. Ludacris made his mark on the industry with singles such as "Southern Hospitality" and "What's Your Fantasy", along with his first ever single the "Phat Rabbit", from two years prior. Guest appearances included 4-Ize, I-20, Shawnna, Pastor Troy, Timbaland, Trina, Foxy Brown, UGK, and others. Ludacris stated in an interview on MTV's hip hop program Direct Effect that he came up with his stage name based on his "split personality" that he considered "ridiculous" and "ludicrous".
Ice Cube Cube, I Cube, Ice "Donald Megan" Cube, Ice Cub, Ice-CubeBorn: June 15, 1969, South Central Los Angeles, California His DJ was Crazy Toones (deceased, R.I.P.), brother of Los Angeles rap legend, WC who tours as Ice Cube's hype man and also member of Westside Connection. Ice Cube began his career with the C.I.A., a group comprised of Ice Cube and his neighbor, Sir Jinx. Jinx would later introduce him to his cousin, Dr. Dre. After doing performances with Dre, they teamed up with Yella, Eazy-E, MC Ren, and Arabian Prince to form the most iconic "gangsta rap" group of all time, N.W.A.. He broke away at the height of their national notoriety, after realizing he was being swindled out of hundreds of thousands of dollars by Ruthless Records. Although he left N.W.A., Cube still wanted Dre to produce his solo debut album. Eazy contractually rejected this request, because Dre was the producer for his record label (Ruthless) and he felt betrayed that Cube left the group. Ice Cube left N.W.A. and formed Da Lench Mob with his neighborhood friends Sir Jinx, K-Dee, Dazzie Dee, T-Bone, J-Dee, Shorty, female lyricist Yo-Yo, Chilly Chill, and Ice Cube's cousin, Del the Funky Homosapien. Cube began looking for other producers to produce his solo. He approached Public Enemy, who were already busy recording their third album, "Fear of a Black Planet" and scoring the "Juice" Soundtrack. So instead, they recommended him to 3rd Bass' producer Sam Sever; but Sam failed to show up to the meeting with Cube. Cube also had informed Public Enemy and their producers, The Bomb Squad, that when he mentioned to Eazy that he might employ them as his producers, Eazy "rolled his eyes" as if they were inadequate to do the job as successfully as Dre. When The Bomb Squad learned of this, they fully agreed to produce Cube's first solo project. In addition to The Bomb Squad, he also got fellow Lench Mob producer Sir Jinx and DJ Pooh to produce tracks as well. On his initial solo release, Ice Cube - AmeriKKKa's Most Wanted Ice Cube injected virulent political and cultural rhetoric that stepped above N.W.A's gangbanging braggadocio. Ice Cube squashed the bi-coastal rap rivalry and collaborated with New York's hip-hop heavyweights Public Enemy. Their production team, The Bomb Squad, produced Amerikkka's Most Wanted. Ice Cube became a lightning rod for attracting attacks from rock critics and moralists for his lyrical content. Time has shown that the ruthless words and pointed imagery on both Amerikkka's Most Wanted and 1991's Prophetic pre-LA riots "Death Certificate" were not included for shock-value. The message construed in his rhymes presaged Los Angeles's incendiary reaction to the outcome of the Rodney King trial. On his album "Death Certificate", Cube introduces local L.A. legends Deadly Threat and Kam on the song "Color Blind". The production was mainly handled by DJ Pooh, Rashad Coes, and Bobcat of The Boogie Men (along with Sir Jinx and Ice Cube himself). America was now listening to Ice Cube. Ice Cube - Death Certificate debuted at #1 on the R&B Album chart and #2 on the Top 200 Album chart. In 1992, Ice Cube continued his vocal incursion into suburban America with a role in John Singleton's epic film on South Central LA, Boyz In The Hood and by touring on the second Lollapalooza. His next release, Ice Cube - The Predator, galvanized him as the premiere multi-platinum West Coast hip-hop Icon. It debuted at #1 on both the R&B and Top 200 Album charts. Ice Cube - The Predator was an epilogue to the LA riots and while Ice Cube - It Was A Good Day provides a hassle-free moment in a Compton day, there is still dissonance in Ice Cube's America. 1993's Lethal Injection sees Ice Cube morphing into his "Don Mega" persona that permeates his War & Peace albums and projects with Westside Connection. These first four albums set him up for his later successes. In addition to his War & Peace two-album series, Ice Cube has recently starred in The Friday After Next, the 3rd installment of his multi-million dollar earning Friday movie franchise, Player's Club, Barbershop, and "Straight Outta Compton", the biopic about N.W.A.
Lil' Wayne Lil Wanye, lil Wayne, Lil' Wayne, Lil'Wayne, Lil’ Wayne, Lill' Wyne, LilWayne, Little Wayne, Lwayne, Wayne, リル・ウェインAmerican rapper born September 27, 1982 in New Orleans, Louisiana.
T.I. I.T., T I, T-I, T. I, T. I., T. I. P., T.I, Ｔ．Ｉ．, T.I.m, T.I.P, T.I.P., Ti, TIP, Tip "T.I." Harris, Tip Harris, Tipdrill, TlClifford Joseph Harris Jr. (born September 25, 1980, known professionally as T.I. and Tip (often stylized as TIP or T.I.P.), is an American rapper and actor. Harris signed his first major-label record deal in 1999, with Arista subsidiary LaFace. In 2001, Harris formed the Southern hip hop group P$C, alongside his longtime friends and fellow Atlanta-based rappers Big Kuntry King, Mac Boney and C-Rod. Upon being released from Arista, Harris signed to Atlantic and subsequently became the co-chief executive officer (CEO) of his own label imprint, Grand Hustle Records, which he launched in 2003. Harris is also perhaps best known as one of the artists who popularized the hip hop subgenre trap music, along with Young Jeezy and Gucci Mane. Harris has released nine studio albums, with seven of them reaching the top five of the US Billboard 200 chart. Throughout his career, Harris has also released several highly successful singles, including "Bring Em Out", "Whatever You Like", "Live Your Life" (featuring Rihanna), "Dead and Gone" (featuring Justin Timberlake), "Ball" (featuring Lil Wayne) and "No Mediocre" (featuring Iggy Azalea). Harris began to gain major recognition in 2003, following his first high-profile feature, on fellow Atlanta-based rapper Bone Crusher's hit single, "Never Scared". Harris earned more prominence with the release of Trap Muzik, which includes the Top 40 hits, "Rubber Band Man" and "Let's Get Away". The next year, Harris appeared on Destiny's Child's international hit, "Soldier", alongside Lil Wayne. His subsequent albums, King and T.I. vs. T.I.P., generated high record sales and were supported by popular singles, such as "What You Know" and "Big Shit Poppin'", respectively. Harris' sixth album, Paper Trail, became his most successful project, with the album being certified gold for first-week sales of over 500,000 copies in the United States, additionally making it his third consecutive number one album. In 2013, Harris was featured on Robin Thicke's hit single "Blurred Lines", alongside Pharrell Williams, which peaked at number one on several major music charts. In November 2013, Harris announced that he had signed with Columbia Records, after his 10-year contract with Atlantic came to an end. He released his Columbia Records debut, Paperwork, in October 2014. In February 2016, Harris announced he signed a distribution deal with Roc Nation, to release his tenth album. Harris has won three Grammy Awards, namely Best Rap Solo Performance, Best Rap Performance by a Duo or Group and Best Rap/Sung Collaboration. Harris has served two terms in county jail, twice for probation violations and a federal prison bid for a U.S. federal weapons charge. While serving 11 months in prison, he released his seventh studio album, No Mercy. Harris has also had a successful acting career, starring in the films ATL, Takers, Get Hard, Identity Thief, and Ant-Man. He is also a published author, having written two novels Power & Beauty and Trouble & Triumph, both of which were released to moderate success. Harris has also starred in the American reality television series T.I.'s Road to Redemption and T.I. & Tiny: The Family Hustle. In 2009, Billboard ranked him as the 27th Artist of the 2000s decade
Lil' Jon L Jon, L'John, Li'l Jon, Lil Jhon, Lil John, Lil Jon, Lil Jon', Lil Jonn, Lil Kon, Lil' John, Lil'Jon, LilJon, Lill John, Little JohnJonathan Smith (born January 17, 1971), known professionally as Lil Jon, is an American rapper, record producer, and DJ based in Atlanta, Georgia.
Lil' Jon And The East Side Boyz East Side Boyz & Lil' Jon, Li'L John And The East Side Boyz, Lil John & The East Side Boys, Lil John & The East Side Boyz, Lil John & The Eastside Boys, Lil John & The Eastside Boyz, Lil John Feat. The Eastside Boyz, Lil Jon, Lil Jon & Da Eastside Boyz, Lil Jon & East Side Boyz, Lil Jon & Tha East Side Boyz, Lil Jon & Tha Eastside Boys, Lil Jon & The East Side Boys, Lil Jon & The East Side Boyz, Lil Jon & The EastSide Boys, Lil Jon & The Eastside Boyz, Lil Jon + The Eastside Boys, Lil Jon And The East Side Boyz, Lil Jon And The Eastside Boyz, Lil Jon E The Eastside Boys, Lil Jon ft. ESB, Lil' John & Eastside Boyz, Lil' John & The Eastside Boyz, Lil' John And The Eastside Boyz, Lil' Jon, Lil' Jon & Eastside Boyz, Lil' Jon & EastsideBoys, Lil' Jon & The East Side Boys, Lil' Jon & The Eastside Boys, Lil' Jon & The Eastside Boyz, Lil' Jon And The East Side Boyz, Lil' Jon And The Eastside Boyz, Lil' Jon Feat. The Eastside Boyz, Lil' Jon Ft Eastside Boyz, Lil' Jon, The East Side Boyz, Little Jon & The East Side BoysGroup consists of Lil' Jon, Big Sam & Lil' Bo.