(Most known as Teklab.FM, Teklab Radio or Teklab for short.)
A 24hr internet Radio Station Broadcasting Electronic Dance Music Live from Las Vegas, Nevada (USA)
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This station has been voted #1 in the Pocket-Tunes mobile streaming internet radio directory, has also been the leader in Electronic Dance Music in the Westcoast North America Region.
Teklab is my favorite Radio station, they always play the right stuff at the right times
Also known as 2Pac, Makaveli
Born June 16, 1971(1971-06-16)
East Harlem, Manhattan,
New York City, New York,
Origin Marin City, California, United States
Died September 13, 1996 (aged 25)
Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
Occupation(s) Rapper, songwriter, actor, record producer, poet, screenwriter, activist
Years active 1990 – 1996
Label(s) Interscope, Out Da Gutta, Death Row, Makaveli, Amaru
Associated acts Digital Underground, Richie Rich, Dave Hollister, Yaki Kadafi, Kurupt, Snoop Dogg, Outlawz, Daz Dillinger
In late 19932,2PAC Shakur formed the group Thug Life with a number of his friends, including Big Syke, Macadoshis, his stepbrother Mopreme Shakur, and Rated R. The group released their first and only record album Thug Life: Volume 1 on September 26, 1994, which went gold. The album featured the single "Pour Out a Little Liquor" produced by Johnny "J" Jackson, who went on to produce a large part of Shakur's album All Eyez on Me. The group usually performed their concerts without Shakur.
The concept of "Thug Life" was viewed by Shakur as a philosophy for life. He developed the word into a backronym standing for "The Hate U Give Little Infants Fucks Everybody".citation.He declared that the dictionary definition of a "thug" as being a rogue or criminal was not how he used the term, but rather he meant someone who came from oppressive or squalid background and little opportunity but still made a life for himself and was proud.
September 1996 shooting
The famous photograph of Shakur's last moment alive, taken just minutes before the drive-by shooting, from the cover of the book The Killing of Tupac Shakur by Cathy ScottOn the night of September 7, 1996, Shakur attended the Mike Tyson - Bruce Seldon boxing match at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas. After leaving the match, one of Suge's associates spotted 21 year-old Orlando "Baby Lane" Anderson, a member of the Southside Crips, in the MGM Grand lobby and i...
A town with an airport that gets direct flights to and from Las Vegas. Defined as such by J-Lo
Previously, Africa city was not viewed as a party destination. However, in J-Lo's single 'On the Floor', we see it listed among the hottest clubbing destinations:
London to Ibiza,
Straight to LA, New York,
Vegas to Africa
A multi-talented and multi-career orientated successful popstar/TV host, among other things. She has faced tons of negative backlash for things which were and are totally false, a lot based around her deep four-year relationship with former boyfriend Nick Carter. She is also knows for started the Bad Girl Revolution with the smash hit "I Wanna Be Bad," a single shunning the then good girls of pop and her not willing to conform for past record companies who wanted to capitalize on the then successful and famous Britney Spears. "I Wanna Be Bad" (2001) holds a record of not only hitting number #1 in many countries and on the world chart, but hitting #1 after the week of September 11, 2001, in which America and other countries were deeply affected by the terrorist attacks upon the U.S. 'Bad' would end up being duplicated as a gimmick by Britney Spears with "A Slave 4 U," Cchristina Aguilera with "dirrty," and jessica simpson with "fired up," all three of which failed to achieve success. The Pussycat Dolls admired Ford's Bad Girl innovation and, after recording "Don't Cha" which also went on to hit #1 on the world charts, in Summer 2005 offered and signed Ford a multi-million dollar deal as the lead off performer for the Las Vegas Pussycat Dolls. Her debut album "Willa Was Here" was released in 2001 and received multi-platinum status internationally. The music video to her 2002 hit "Did Ya Understand That" was nominated for an MVPA, featured on CBS Promo Spots for a couple...more...
When you have fans making the pilgrimage to Graceland every January 8 (Elvis birthday) and August 16, singing his songs and holding candlelight vigils and owning as much Elvis items and memorabilia as possible, visiting his grave, holding a seance to contact his spirit, or maybe even believing that he is still alive, and practically making him into a god, then this is no mere fan club - it's a religion.
Roxanne has all of Elvis Presley's albums - LP, casette, CD - VHS and DVD versions of all his movies and TV specials, drives a car decorated with pictures of the King and festooned with licence plates that feature the name "Elvis" , has her bedroom walls and ceiling decorated with posters, pictures, paint-by-number portraits, news clippings and concert ticket stubs (she's seen him live 50 times!) as well as a music box styled in the likeness of you-know-who and so on. This is an example of a devotee of the Elvis religion. In the Living Colour song "Elvis is Dead" Little Richard makes a guest appearance and says that "Elvis was a great performer" and was "electrifying" and that we should "let him rest". Amen.
Noun, Overly gym pumped (usually from steriods), Banana Republic wearing, Clinique face moisturizer puttin', Martha Stewart Home buying, Fire Island (N.Y.) weekending, snotty, lispy, disco-dancing gay man.
Usually found in but not limited to Chelsea, the new gay ghetto of Manhattan (west side from 14th St to 32nd St). But since the start of circuit parties -- the White Party in South Beach, Las Vegas, Palm Springs -- they're sprouting up everywhere. See also Aberclonebie.
1. I hate that club. The music sucks and it's just a bunch of drugged up Chelsea queens showing off their pecs.
2. I had to switch gyms. You could never get on the machines because of all the Chelsea queens chatting each other up.
A really cool dude who plays the Turkish "Ney" flute through some some trippy electronic effects that can make it sound like an ethereal breathy electric guitar, amongst other things.
He produces some really cool eastern-electro music that he plays over using really weird frame drums and doumbeks. I know that his real name is Jay Kruse and got one of his cd's when I saw him playing at a club in Las Vegas....cool stuff.