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  1. Pemuzik - Wikipedia Bahasa Melayu, ensiklopedia bebas › wiki › Pemuzik

    Daripada Wikipedia, ensiklopedia bebas. Seorang pemuzik ialah seseorang individu yang menulis atau memainkan muzik. Ahli-ahli pemuzik boleh diklasifikasikan menurut peranan mereka dalam mencipta atau memainkan muzik: Seorang Pemain Alat Muzik ( instrumentalist) memainkan sejenis alat muzik. Seorang penyanyi (atau vokalis) menggunakan suara ...

  2. Wikipedia:WikiProjek Pemuzik - Wikipedia Bahasa Melayu ... › wiki › Wikipedia:WikiProjek_Pemuzik

    Anda mungkin mencari Wikipedia:Kepentingan rencana (muzik). WikiProjek ini bertujuan mempertingkat mutu rencana mengenai pemuzik, baik penyanyi, kumpulan muzik, mahupun penulis/penggubah muzik. Sesiapa boleh membincangkan kandungan dalam laman ini, tetapi jangan terus menyunting laman ini tanpa membincangkan cadangan perubahan terlebih dahulu ...

  3. Music of Mali - Wikipedia › wiki › Malian_music

    Tinariwen is thought to be the first Tuareg electric band, active since 1982. They played at the Eden project stage of the Live8 concert in July 2005. Fula music. The Fula use drums, the hoddu (same as the xalam, a plucked skin-covered lute similar to the banjo) and the riti or riiti (a one-string bowed instrument, in addition to vocal music.

  4. The Notorious B.I.G. - Wikipedia › wiki › The_Notorious_B
    • Life and Career
    • Death
    • Posthumous Releases
    • Musical Style
    • Legacy
    • Discography
    • Media
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    1972–1991: Early life

    Wallace was born at St. Mary's Hospital in the Brooklyn borough of New York City on May 21, 1972, the only child of Jamaican immigrant parents. His mother, Voletta Wallace, was a preschool teacher, while his father, Selwyn George Latore, was a welder and politician. His father left the family when Wallace was two years old, and his mother worked two jobs while raising him. Wallace grew up at 226 St. James Place in Brooklyn's Clinton Hill, near the border with Bedford-Stuyvesant. Wallace excel...

    1991–1994: Early career and first child

    After release from jail, Wallace made a demo tape, Microphone Murderer, while calling himself Biggie Smalls, alluding both to Calvin Lockhart's character in the 1975 film Let's Do It Again and to his own stature and obesity, 6 feet 3 inches (1.91 m) and 300 to 380 lb (140–170 kg). Although Wallace reportedly lacked real ambition for the tape, local DJ Mister Cee, of Big Daddy Kane and Juice Crew association, discovered and promoted it, thus it was heard by The Sourcerap magazine's editor in 1...

    1994: Ready to Die and marriage to Faith Evans

    On August 4, 1994, Wallace married R&B singer Faith Evans, whom he had met at a Bad Boy photoshoot. Five days later, Wallace had his first pop chart success as a solo artist with double A-side, "Juicy/ Unbelievable", which reached No. 27 as the lead single to his debut album. Ready to Die was released on September 13, 1994. It reached No. 13 on the Billboard 200 chart and was eventually certified four times Platinum. The album shifted attention back to East Coast hip hop at a time when West C...

    In February 1997, Wallace traveled to California to promote Life After Death and record a music video for its lead single, "Hypnotize". On March 5, he gave a radio interview with The Dog House on KYLD in San Francisco. In the interview, he stated that he had hired a security detail because he feared for his safety, but that this was due to being a celebrity figure in general and not specifically because he was a rapper. On March 8, Wallace presented an award to Toni Braxton at the 11th Annual Soul Train Music Awards in Los Angeles and was booed by some of the audience. He then attended an after-party hosted by Vibe and Qwest Records at the Petersen Automotive Museum. Guests included Evans, Aaliyah, Combs, and members of the Crips and Bloods gangs. The next day at 12:30 a.m. PST, after the fire department closed the party early due to overcrowding, Wallace left with his entourage in two GMC Suburbans to return to his hotel. He traveled in the front passenger seat alongside associates...

    Sixteen days after his death, Wallace's double-disc second album was released as planned with the shortened title of Life After Death and hit No. 1 on the Billboard 200 charts, after making a premature appearance at No. 176 due to street-date violations. The record album featured a much wider range of guests and producers than its predecessor. It gained strong reviews and in 2000 was certified Diamond, the highest RIAAcertification awarded to a solo hip hop album. Its lead single, "Hypnotize", was the last music video recording in which Wallace would participate. His biggest chart success was with its follow-up "Mo Money Mo Problems", featuring Sean Combs (under the rap alias "Puff Daddy") and Mase. Both singles reached No. 1 in the Hot 100, making Wallace the first artist to achieve this feat posthumously. The third single, "Sky's The Limit", featuring the band 112, was noted for its use of children in the music video, directed by Spike Jonze, who were used to portray Wallace and h...


    Wallace mostly rapped in a deep tone described by Rolling Stone as a "thick, jaunty grumble", which went even deeper on Life After Death. He was often accompanied on songs with ad libs from Sean "Puffy" Combs. In The Source's "Unsigned Hype" column, his style was described as "cool, nasal, and filtered, to bless his own material". AllMusic described Wallace as having "a talent for piling multiple rhymes on top of one another in quick succession". Time magazine wrote that he rapped with an abi...

    Themes and lyrics

    Wallace's lyrical topics and themes included mafioso tales ("Niggas Bleed"), his drug-dealing past ("Ten Crack Commandments"), materialistic bragging ("Hypnotize"), humor ("Just Playing (Dreams)"), and romance ("Me & My Bitch"). In 2004, Rolling Stone named him as "one of the few young male songwriters in any pop style writing credible love songs". In the book How to Rap, rapper Guerilla Black described how Wallace was able to both "glorify the upper echelon" and "[make] you feel his struggle...

    Considered one of the greatest rappers of all time, Wallace was described by AllMusic as "the savior of East Coast hip-hop". The Source magazine named him the greatest rapper of all time in its 150th issue in 2002. In 2003, when XXL magazine asked several hip hop artists to list their five favorite MCs, Wallace appeared on more rappers' lists than anyone else. In 2006, MTV ranked him at No. 3 on their list of The Greatest MCs of All Time, calling him possibly "the most skillful ever on the mic". Editors of ranked him at No. 3 on their list of the Top 50 MCs of Our Time (1987–2007). In 2012, The Source ranked him No. 3 on their list of the Top 50 Lyrical Leaders of all time. Rolling Stone has referred to him as the "greatest rapper that ever lived". In 2015, Billboardnamed Wallace as the greatest rapper of all time. Wallace's lyrics have been sampled and quoted by a variety of artists, including Jay-Z, 50 Cent, Alicia Keys, Fat Joe, Nelly, Ja Rule, Eminem, Lil Wayne, Game,...

    Studio albums

    1. Ready to Die(1994) 2. Life After Death(1997)

    Posthumous studio albums

    1. Born Again(1999) 2. Duets: The Final Chapter(2005)

    Collaboration albums

    1. Conspiracy with Junior M.A.F.I.A.(1995)


    1. The Show(1995) as himself 2. Rhyme & Reason(1997 documentary) as himself 3. Biggie & Tupac(2002 documentary) archive footage 4. Tupac Resurrection(2004 documentary) archive footage 5. Notorious B.I.G. Bigger Than Life(2007 documentary) archive footage 6. Notorious(2009) archive footage 7. All Eyez on Me(2017) archive footage 8. Quincy(2018 documentary) archive footage 9. Biggie: The Life of Notorious B.I.G.(2017 documentary) archive footage 10. Biggie: I Got a Story to Tell(2021 documentar...

    Television appearances

    1. New York Undercover(1995) as himself 2. Martin(1995) as himself 3. Who Shot Biggie & Tupac?(2017) 4. Unsolved(2018)

    Coker, Cheo Hodari (2004). Unbelievable: The Life, Death, and Afterlife of the Notorious B.I.G. New York: Three Rivers Press. ISBN 978-0-609-80835-1.
    Wallace, Voletta; McKenzie, Tremell; Evans, Faith (foreword) (2005). Biggie: Voletta Wallace Remembers Her Son, Christopher Wallace, aka Notorious B.I.G. Atria. ISBN 978-0-7434-7020-9.
    "The Notorious B.I.G. collected news and commentary". The New York Times.
    The Notorious B.I.G. at IMDb
  5. Kembara (kumpulan muzik) - Wikipedia Bahasa Melayu ... › wiki › Kembara_(kumpulan_muzik)

    Ahli-ahli. Kumpulan Kembara merupakan kumpulan penyanyi yang diasaskan oleh M. Nasir. Kumpulan Kembara yang menampilkan 3 penyanyi lagu-lagu puisi dan lagu 'rakyat' ditubuhkan sekitar awal 1980-an di Singapura dan dianggotai oleh :-. A.Ali dan S.Sahlan telah meninggalkan kumpulan Kembara dan untuk 3 album seterusnya, beberapa orang anggota baru ...

    • M. Nasir, Shahrum Basiron, Rahman Suri, Zulkifli Mohamed, Md. Shah Othman, A. Ali (Hamdan Atan), S. Sahlan (Roslan Tajuddin)
    • Singapura
    • 1981-1999
  6. Prince (musician) - Wikipedia › wiki › Prince_(artist)

    Prince Rogers Nelson (June 7, 1958 – April 21, 2016) was an American singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, record producer, actor, and director. Widely regarded as one of the greatest musicians of the late 20th century, he often played most or all instruments on his recordings.

  7. Jessie Chung - Wikipedia › wiki › Jessie_Chung

    Career Early Years. Jessie Chung, a descendant of the Hakka lineage from Dapu, Guangzhou, was born in Kuching, Malaysia. She is the second child in her family, with one elder sister, three younger sisters, and one younger brother.

  8. Peter Katz (musician) - Wikipedia › wiki › Peter_Katz_(musician)

    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Peter Katz is a Canadian singer-songwriter. Katz is a 2012 Juno Award nominee and Emerging Artist of the Year nominee at the Canadian Folk Music Awards.

  9. Musicians of the Titanic - Wikipedia › wiki › Musicians_of_the_RMS_Titanic

    Theodore Ronald Brailey (25 October 1887 – 15 April 1912) was an English pianist on the RMS Titanic on its maiden voyage who died in the disaster.. Theodore Ronald Brailey, born on 25 October 1887 in Walthamstow in Greater London (then part of Essex), was the son of William "Ronald" Brailey, a well-known figure of Spiritualism at the time.

  10. Roger Hicks (rock musician) - Wikipedia › wiki › Roger_Hicks_(rock_musician)

    Roger Hicks is an Australian rock musician active for a few years in the late 1960s. Early in life, he also trained as a classical guitarist.. He performed in the group Zoot from September, 1968 until September, 1969, and "The Brisbane Avengers" after that, and also composed and performed the acoustic guitar introduction to Russell Morris's hit song from 1969, "The Real Thing" which became the ...

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