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Kemi

) Tiga . His most recent solo full-length ''Dualizm'', released in 2005, featured collaborations with John Foxx, Nick Triani, Tiga (Tiga (musician)), Jerry Valuri, and José González. Following up on the success of the Lo-Fiction single on Dualizm on which they collaborated, Jori began a synth-pop side project with Jerry Valuri called Processory, which released its self-titled debut in February 2007. A similar incident also took place a few years previous in Kemi


Jamaica

(album) Rock Steady '', which incorporated reggae and dancehall music into their work. The album was primarily recorded in Jamaica and featured collaborations with Jamaican artists Bounty Killer, Sly and Robbie and Lady Saw. The album produced two Grammy (Grammy Award)-winning singles, "Hey Baby (Hey Baby (No Doubt song))" and "Underneath It All". On 22 November 2002, No Doubt received the Key to the City of Anaheim, given by the Mayor

Jamaicans (rapper MC Phrase and scratch mixer DJ Kay One) who brought out the album ''33 Revolutions Per Minute'' on Talkin' Loud in 1993. The album exercised Irish traditional music (Folk music of Ireland) within a hip hop framework. It featured collaborations with Irish folk music guru Dónal Lunny (father of group


Northern Ireland

British Jamaicans (rapper MC Phrase and scratch mixer DJ Kay One) who brought out the album ''33 Revolutions Per Minute'' on Talkin' Loud in 1993. The album exercised Irish traditional music (Folk music of Ireland) within a hip hop framework. It featured collaborations with Irish folk music guru Dónal Lunny (father


Egypt

into the new songs. In November 2007, Cavalera returned to Orlando to complete tracking and the album was mixed by Andy Sneap in early 2008. The album featured collaborations Dave Peters from Throwdown (Throwdown (band)) and David Vincent from Morbid Angel. While still a child, Luria lost his father, and was brought up by his rich maternal uncle Mordechai Frances, a tax-farmer (tax farming) out of Cairo, Egypt. His uncle placed him under the best Jewish teachers, including


France

, Sweden and England. In the 1990s, White toured Germany and France with Joe Cocker and Eric Clapton, and in 1992 he played the Montreux Festival. One of his more recent performances was on July 14, 2006 in Magny-Cours, France, as a warm-up act for Roger Waters' ''The Dark Side of the Moon'' concert. White's album entitled ''Uncovered'' was released in September 2006 and featured collaborations with Mark Knopfler, Michael McDonald (singer

with Canadian (Canada) producer Tiga (Tiga (musician)). His most recent solo full-length ''Dualizm'', released in 2005, featured collaborations with John Foxx, Nick Triani, Tiga (Tiga (musician)), Jerry Valuri, and José González. Following up on the success of the Lo-Fiction single on Dualizm on which they collaborated, Jori began a synth-pop side project with Jerry Valuri called Processory, which released its self-titled debut in February 2007. File:Cruz-Desembarco


Canada

with French (France) record label F Communications; his debut album of the same year was called ''Selkäsaari Tracks''. Internationally, Hulkkonen's most popular recording is the single ''Sunglasses at Night'', a version of Corey Hart (Corey Hart (singer))'s 1980s hit, created together with Canadian (Canada) producer Tiga (Tiga (musician)). His most recent solo full-length ''Dualizm'', released in 2005, featured collaborations with John Foxx, Nick Triani, Tiga (musician) Tiga


Australia

" from his stage name, Ghostface released ''The Pretty Toney Album'' in April 2004. The album, while containing two RZA productions, featured none of the Clan; instead, it featured collaborations with Missy Elliott, D-Block and Jacki-O. The singles "Tush (Tush (Ghostface Killah song))" and "Run", the collaborations with Missy and Jadakiss respectively, achieved moderate success in the clubs and charts, and the album was featured on numerous "best


United States

. In late 1997, Anthony B released ''Universal Struggle'', followed by a large number of albums since including 1999's ''Seven Seals,'' 2003's ''Street Knowledge'', 2004's ''Untouchable'' which featured collaborations with artists including Wyclef Jean, Snoop Dogg & Bone Crusher, 2005's ''Black Star'' plus ''My Hope,'' and more recently, ''Life Over Death'' (2008). Biography On 12-14 July 1937, Mikhail Gromov, A. B. Yumashev and S


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