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Top 30 analogous words or synonyms for recordz

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D.P.G. Recordz D.P.G. Recordz (short for Dogg Pound Gangstaz Recordz) is a record label founded by Daz Dillinger, Soopafly and Terry Choe a.k.a. Teezy after he and Kurupt split up their group Tha Dogg Pound.
Outlaw Recordz After leaving Death Row Records, E.D.I., Kastro, Napoleon and Young Noble along with Gary "Big G" Tyler founded Outlaw Recordz. In late 1995, after 2Pac was released from prison, 2Pac featured his newfound group on his album All Eyez On Me, as well as on his song Hit 'em Up, which was a direct battle record against Biggie, Bad Boy Records Label and other East Coast rappers. Through Spice 1, they got in contact with Bayside Entertainment Distribution, who they signed a distribution deal with. On November 7, 2000, election day, Outlaw Recordz's debut and the Outlawz's second LP, Ride Wit Us or Collide Wit Us, was released. It debuted at the 95th position on the Billboard 200, 16th on the R&B/hip-hop albums and 7th on the top independent albums charts. The first two singles and videos were "Black Rain" and "Thug With Me." The LP became the best selling independent rap album of 2000.
Outlaw Recordz Outlaw Recordz a.k.a. 1Nation Ent. is a record label that was founded in 1999 by Hip-Hop Group Outlawz and partner Gary Tyler a.k.a. Big G.
Get Low Recordz Get Low Recordz was a San Francisco based independent record label founded in 1992 and owned by rapper/producer JT the Bigga Figga. The first artists who released material on Get Low Recordz were JT the Bigga Figga, Get Low Playaz, San Quinn, The Game and D-Moe. In 1995 the label got a distribution deal with Priority Records for a few years. The label became invoked in a beef with Memphis Bleek's record label of the same name. For some time, the label had since been dissolved.
Bigtyme Recordz, Vol. II: All Screwed Up Bigtyme Recordz, Vol. II: All Screwed Up is a remix album released by DJ Screw in 1995.
Tristar and Red Sector Incorporated TRSI Recordz published an album by Muffler in 1999.
Tristar and Red Sector Incorporated TRSI Recordz published an album by Andrew Barnabas.
Natural Elements (hip hop group) 2009: "1999: 10 Year Anniversary" (CD, Album) - (Kings Link Recordz)
Tristar and Red Sector Incorporated A game soundtrack album by Doctor Awesome was published by TRSI Recordz in 1996.
Banned (EP) Banned is the second EP by UGK. It was released in 1992 by Bigtyme Recordz.