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In Hip-Hop's Golden Age, Marley Marl was the house producer of the Juice Crew, known for The Bridge Wars, a feud with Boogie Down Productions seen as one of the earliest and most influential hip hop beefs.
Marl's Juice Crew was an important force in ushering in this era thanks to its advances in lyrical technique and the distinctive personalities of emerging stars like Biz Markie and Big Daddy Kane.
1 was mostly a showcase for various Juice Crew affiliates to strut their stuff, notably on the larger-than-life posse cut " The Symphony.
The film will be based on Marl and the Juice Crew in the late 80's the golden era of Hip Hop.
* 1962 – Marley Marl, American rapper and producer ( Juice Crew )
* 1968 – Big Daddy Kane, American rapper and producer ( Juice Crew )
Marley Marl was pivotal in new school hip hop with his record label, innovative production, and Juice Crew collective.
The innovations of Run-D. M. C., LL Cool J, and new school producers such Larry Smith, and Rick Rubin of Def Jam, were quickly advanced on by the Beastie Boys, Marley Marl and his Juice Crew MCs, Boogie Down Productions, Public Enemy, and Eric B.
Biz also team up with Frankie Cutlass on his third single and music video title " The Cypher Part 3 " and some of Marley Marl Juice Crew veterans.
The original " beef " pitted the Bronx, led by Boogie Down Productions, against Marly Marl's Juice Crew ( Queens ).
Additionally, the Queensbridge Projects in the borough of Queens have been an epicenter of Hip Hop, producing the Juice Crew ( Marley Marl, MC Shan, Roxanee Shante ), Mobb Deep, Capone-N-Noreaga and Nas.
He began his career in the mid-1980s as one half of the group Kool G Rap & DJ Polo and as a member of the Juice Crew.
Juice Crew producer, and Mr. Magic DJ ; Marley Marl knew Polo, and allowed him and G Rap to go to his studio to do a demo, which resulted in the song " It's a Demo.
" The song was written and recorded in one night, and had Marley so impressed, that he instantly embraced Kool G Rap and DJ Polo as Juice Crew members ( it's worth noting that this was the first time G Rap had ever met Marley.
The ALTdot COMedy Lounge has been running since the 1980s, and alternative acts that made their start there include The Kids in the Hall, Corky and the Juice Pigs, Jason Rouse, Sean Cullen, Shaun Majumder, The Minnesota Wrecking Crew, Ron Sparks, Levi MacDougall, Tim Polley, Harland Williams, The BOOM Show, Asiansploitation, The Sketchersons and many more.
* Vapors ( 2008 film ), a biography film about the legendary Juice Crew
Some of the most prominent battle raps that took place on record are listed in the book, ego trip's Book of Rap Lists, and include such battles as the Roxanne Wars ( 1984 – 1985 ), Juice Crew vs.
Not long after, Shan moved to Cold Chillin ' Records due to his relationship with Marl, and joined Marl's Juice Crew All-Stars.
Shan also found himself to be a key player in the noted hip hop rivalry the Bridge Wars between the Juice Crew and Boogie Down Productions.
Cool J. KRS-One responded with " South Bronx ," and the Juice Crew replied with " Kill That Noise.
* 1989: Juice Crew Law / They Used To Do It In The Park
Antonio Hardy ( born September 10, 1968 ) better known by his stage name Big Daddy Kane, is a Grammy Award-winning American rapper who started his career in 1986 as a member of the rap group the Juice Crew.
Both eventually became important members of the Queens-based Juice Crew, a collective headed by renowned producer Marley Marl.
He also had a memorable verse on the Marley Marl-produced track " The Symphony " released in late 1988, which included Juice Crew members Craig G, Masta Ace, and Kool G Rap ).

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Major precursors of indie pop included Postcard bands Josef K and Orange Juice, and significant labels included Creation, Subway and Glass.
In 1997, Christ was part of the short lived band Juice 13, which also included Randy Castillo, former drummer for Ozzy Osbourne.
Examples of post-punk outfits in Britain included The Smiths, Orange Juice, The Psychedelic Furs, The Fall, Siouxsie and the Banshees, The Lords of the New Church, Joy Division, Killing Joke, Echo & the Bunnymen, The Cure, Bauhaus, Magazine, Wire, The Jesus and Mary Chain, and Tubeway Army.
The illness and subsequent death of his son put his career on hold following the 1985 RCA Records release Rabbitt Trax, which included the No. 1 " Both to Each Other ( Friends and Lovers )", a duet with country-pop star Juice Newton.
Some of the band's influences included The Simpletons, Billy Bragg, The Housemartins, The Magnetic Fields, Belle & Sebastian, The Smiths, The Go-Betweens, Aztec Camera, Lloyd Cole, Orange Juice, and The Trash Can Sinatras.
Follow-up films have included Elf, Don't Be a Menace to South Central While Drinking Your Juice in the Hood, Money Talks, Wonderland, The Fighting Temptations, and Idlewild.
The 2006 recruiting class included Isiah " Juice " Williams of Chicago Vocational High School, considered to be one of the top quarterback recruits in the country.
Among the country stars who had a number of singles cross over to the AC chart ( and the pop chart as well ) from the 1960s through the 1980s included Brenda Lee, Ray Price, Patsy Cline, Ronnie Milsap, Barbara Mandrell, Dolly Parton, Kenny Rogers, Eddie Rabbitt, Crystal Gayle, Willie Nelson, and Juice Newton.
His 1987 debut single, " Juice Crew Dis ," which took aim at the New York-based hip hop crew run by influential rap producer Marley Marl ( a group that included heavyweights Kool G. Rap and Big Daddy Kane ), gained Roney a good amount of attention.
Haig's touring group included Malcolm Ross on guitar, together with bassist David McClymont ( also fresh from Orange Juice ), drummer James Locke and former Associate Alan Rankine.

Juice and Big
Teenage Fanclub are influenced by Big Star and Orange Juice.
They have also recorded music videos for three songs: " Big Fat Road Manager ", " Carrot Juice Is Murder ", and " Sex, Drugs, and RRSPs ".
After the success of Big Juice, Disney Channel produced three additional reality series that aired until 2002.
Berry has appeared as a guest on Rob Brydon's Annually Retentive, Never Mind The Buzzcocks, Big Brother's Little Brother, Loose Women, Celebrity Juice, as well as featuring twice on MTV Cribs.
The results of this is the first release of the now iconic record label: in 1997 Juice features on Big Dada record label's first ever release, " Misanthropic ", under the pseudonym " Alpha Prhyme ", a collaboration between himself and Luke Vibert.
Successful Birmingham singer / songwriters and musicians include: Joan Armatrading, Steve Gibbons, Mike Kellie ( of Spooky Tooth ), Blaze Bayley ( former vocalist of Wolfsbane and Iron Maiden ), Keith Law ( of Velvett Fogg & Jardine ) Jeff Lynne, Phil Lynott, Carl Palmer ( of Emerson, Lake & Palmer ), Roy Wood, Jamelia, Kelli Dayton of The Sneaker Pimps, Juice Aleem ( from Big Dada Records ), Martin Barre ( guitarist with Jethro Tull ), Nick Mason ( of Pink Floyd ), Bev Bevan, Ali Campbell, Steve Cradock ( guitarist for Ocean Colour Scene and Paul Weller ), Stephen " Tin Tin " Duffy, Tony Iommi, Ozzy Osbourne, Denny Laine, Fritz Mcintyre ( keyboardist of Simply Red ), Christine Perfect ( of Fleetwood Mac ), Robert Plant ( born in West Brom and played in Brumbeat bands ), Nick Rhodes, Ranking Roger, John Henry Rostill ( bass guitarist / composer for The Shadows ), Matt Skinner, Dave Swarbrick ( of Fairport Convention ), John Taylor, Roger Taylor, Ruby Turner, Ted Turner ( guitar / vocals, Wishbone Ash ), Peter Overend Watts, Steve Winwood and Dave Mason.
: Overture / Big Fat Road Manager / Canada's Really Big / Rocks and Trees / Log In to You / I am Cow / Last Saskatchewan Pirate / Gaelic Song / Me Like Hockey / Carrot Juice is Murder / Dangerous / Billy the Theme Park Shark / Celine Dion / We are the Beaver
Big Dada's first release was Alpha Prhyme's 12-inch single Misanthropic, a collaboration between Luke Vibert and Juice Aleem in 1997.
He formed a tag team with Art Barr who was using a " Beetlejuice " gimmick called " The Juice Patrol " with Warner becoming " Big Juice ".
** Bear hug ( Big Juice ) / Slingshot lariat ( Juicer ) combination
Presenters on Cork's Red FM include Seamus Barry, Gemma Murphy, Jason, Ailish and Mick Mulcahy ( The Red Rooster ), Caroline Murphy ( The Weekend Rooster ), Dave Mac Ardle ( Red Drive ), Philip Bourke ( The Red Zone, Dance On Red ), Stevie G ( The Hit List, Black On Red ), Ruairi O ' Hagan and Joe Harrington ( The Big Red Bench ), Victor Barry ( Cork Talks Back ), Jonathan Gold ( Senior Daytime Producer ) ex UK's Pennine FM / Juice FM, Claire O ' Dwyer ( The Saturday Show and Most Wanted ), Greg Dowling and Shane Johnson ( Go Deep )
As Warner Bros .' s premier hip-hop-based subsidiary label, Cold Chillin ' released many classic records in the late 1980s and early 1990s from such notable acts as Big Daddy Kane, Biz Markie, Kool G. Rap, GZA, Roxanne Shanté, Marley Marl and the one time featured on Prism Records artist Glamorous Jo Ann Berry, with her singles " Good to Go " and " I Know You Want Me " also she is featured on the singles " Juice Crew All stars " and " Evolution " produced by Marley Marl released on Cold Chillin ' Records in 1987.
Shante, mentioned in a very vulgar reference in " the Bridge Is Over ", released a rap titled " Have A Nice Day ", ghostwritten by Juice Crew colleague Big Daddy Kane ( who was not otherwise personally involved in the battle ), in which she took a shot at Boogie Down Productions with the line:

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