Rapture Ruckus is a Christian hip hop group from Wellington, New Zealand, currently signed to Tooth & Nail and Parachute Records. Formed in 2001, the group currently consists of rapper Brad Dring, DJ Soane Tonga, guitarist Geoff Duncan and drummer Gio Lesa. Their first album, the self titled Rapture Ruckus, was released in 2002 and gained a large underground following. Then followed the Limited Edition EP in 2005, and their second studio album I Believe in 2006, which won the 2006 Gospel Album of the Year at the New Zealand Music Awards.
Cher Lloyd, 17, is a student from Malvern, Worcestershire, United Kingdom. She is of Romany ancestry through her mother. She studied performing arts at Dyson Perrins CE Sports College in 2009. She auditioned for The X Factor twice before (when the minimum age was lower) singing ballads but it was only after reinventing herself in 2010 that she got through to see the judges. Lloyd has previously performed at holiday camps and said she gets a mixed reaction to her music. She auditioned singing the Keri Hilson version of Turn My Swag On.
There are multiple artists with this name:
1. A rap group from the United States
2. A punk/ska band from Belgium
3. A classical/rock band from the United Kingdom
4. A heavy metal band from the United States
5. A black metal band
6. A Celtic rock band from the United Kingdom
7. A hard rock band from Greece
8. An experimental rock band from the United States
9. A hard rock band from the United States
10. A rock band from Germany
11. A Jazz group from Japan
There are, at least, nine artist by this name: 1) Martinican reggae / folk musician Kali (Jean-Marc Monnerville), was born in Fort-de-France in 1959. After music studies in Paris in the 1970s, Kali returned to Martinique, where he contributed to several local bands, including 6ème Continent (Sixth Continent), which fused the traditional folk music of Martinique with reggae. Kali later decided to pursue a solo career. In 1992 Kali represented France in Eurovision Song Contest with the song "Monté La Riviè".
Deez Nuts from Melbourne, Australia is a hardcore project with elements of rap from ex-I Killed the Prom Queen drummer, J.J. Peters. Deez Nuts started after Australian metalcore band I Killed the Prom Queen decided to split up. In 2007, J.J. Peters did his first tour tour of Australia. Then in January 2008 he toured with Canadian band Silverstein, also on that tour were Set Your Goals, The Amity Affliction and capside. Their debut EP "Rep Your Hood" was released on the 20th of August. September 2008 marked Deez Nuts second tour of Australia.
There are at least 4 bands that go by the name Bad Taste Pfffft, screw reading the posts below. The one and only GOOD Bad Taste is the thrashtastic funk outfit from Melbourne, Australia, Check it yo: http://www.facebook.com/BadTasteband?ref=ts The real Bad Taste is a Hardcore Punk band from Rochester NY. Bad Taste is also a band formed in Bar, Montenegro by Nemanja "Bečo" Bečanović. Their style varies from indie pop/rock and "Boston-influenced" alternative rock to post-rock/experimental/noise music mainly created in Nemanja's room.
Guilty Simpson is an MC from the hailed hip-hop scene of Detroit. Guilty was introduced to many through J Dilla who first included him on "Strapped" from Jaylib's "Champion Sound" LP. Since then, Guilty has risen higher and higher in Hip-Hop's collective conscience alongside peers like Black Milk, Phat Kat, Ta'raach and Frank-N-Dank. Originally to release an all-Dilla produced LP entitled "The Verdict", it was shelved for reasons that were not entirely clear.
Richard Terfry, better known as Buck 65, is a Canadian hip hop artist, MC and turntablist. However he has recently moved away from hip hop in a stylistic context, and is moving closer to blues, country, rock, folk and avant-garde genres. That said, his new direction is seemingly still underpinned by an extensive background in abstract hip hop, his trademark rhyme-phrasing and lyrical aspiration evident in the altered timbre vocal delivery displayed in his more recent releases. Buck 65 has also introduced his style as crap, a mixture between country and rap.
Trevor George Smith Jr. (born May 20, 1972 in Brooklyn, New York), better known by his stage name Busta Rhymes, is an American rapper and actor signed to Universal Motown. He began his rap career in the group Leaders of the New School, and then released his debut album, The Coming, in 1996. He has since released 1997's When Disaster Strikes, 1998's E.L.E. (Extinction Level Event): The Final World Front, 2000's Anarchy 2001's Genesis, 2002's It Ain't Safe No More, 2006's The Big Bang and 2009's Back on My B.