Jones is the daughter of composer Quincy Jones and actress Peggy Lipton. The elder daughter of composer/arranger Quincy Jones and actress Peggy Lipton, Jones was born in Los Angeles, California. Jones was raised in Bel-Air with her younger sister Rashida, who is now an actress and screenwriter. Jones attended the Los Angeles Fashion Institute for Design and Merchandising and left at age 19 to work with the designer Tommy Hilfiger. Kidada Jones began working as a celebrity stylist for her father's publication Vibe magazine. She gained attention when she styled Michael Jackson for the cover of Vibe in 1995.
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Musician and producer, Quincy Jones, Jr., with ex-wife actress, Peggy Lipton (see Lipton), have two daughters: actress Rashida Jones and stylist Kidada Jones. Quincy also has a son named Quincy Jones, III, who is a composer and music producer with Swedish actress, Ulla Andersson. Quincy also has a daughter with the actress, Nastassja Kinski (see Kinski). Quincy's younger brother, Lloyd Jones, was a radio engineer for the Seattle station, KOMO-TV. Judd. The country music vocal duo The Judds were made up of mother Naomi Judd and daughter Wynonna Judd. Naomi is the mother of actress Ashley Judd. Keitel. Actor Harvey Keitel is the father of fellow actress Stella Keitel. Kardashian-Jenner.
Along with Jackson, it featured Macaulay Culkin, Peggy Lipton, and George Wendt. It helped usher in morphing as an important technology in music videos. Following complaints that it featured scenes of violence and a sexually suggestive dance, some scenes were edited and Jackson apologized. "Remember the Time" was an elaborate production, and, at over nine minutes, became one of Jackson's longest videos. Set in ancient Egypt, it featured groundbreaking visual effects and appearances by Eddie Murphy, Iman, and Magic Johnson, along with a distinct complex dance routine. The video for "In the Closet" was Jackson's most sexually provocative piece.
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Universal Pictures (also known as Universal Studios, formerly Universal Film Manufacturing Company) is an American film studio owned by Comcast through the Universal Filmed Entertainment Group division of its wholly owned subsidiary NBCUniversal. Founded in 1912 by Carl Laemmle, Mark Dintenfass, Charles O. Baumann, Adam Kessel, Pat Powers, William Swanson, David Horsley, Robert H. Cochrane, and Jules Brulatour, it is the oldest surviving film studio in the United States, the world's fifth oldest after Gaumont, Pathé, Titanus, and Nordisk Film, and the oldest member of Hollywood's "Big Six" studios in terms of the overall film market.
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Saturday Night Live (SNL) is an American late-night live television variety show created by Lorne Michaels and developed by Dick Ebersol. The show premiered on NBC on October 11, 1975, under the original title NBC's Saturday Night. The show's comedy sketches, which parody contemporary culture and politics, are performed by a large and varying cast of repertory and newer cast members. Each episode is hosted by a celebrity guest, who usually delivers the opening monologue and performs in sketches with the cast as with featured performances by a musical guest.
Peggy Lipton as Peggy Tribeca, Angie's mom. Chris Kimball as Officer Kyle. Ren Hanami as Fluga. Taran Killam as Pierre Cardin. Gary Cole as Professor Everett ("Pilot"). Lisa Kudrow as Monica Vivarquar ("Pilot"). Adam Scott as Surgeon ("The Wedding Planner Did It"). Gillian Vigman as Jean Naté ("The Wedding Planner Did It"). Sarah Chalke as Mrs. Parsons ("The Famous Ventriloquist Did It"). Jeff Dunham as Fisher Price ("The Famous Ventriloquist Did It"). Amy Smart as Stacy ("Commissioner Bigfish"). David Koechner as Police Commissioner Niles J. Bigfish ("Commissioner Bigfish"). Kerri Kenney-Silver as Special Agent Laurie Partridge, Fish and Game Division, Rodent Task Force ("Ferret Royale").
Quincy is a 2018 American documentary film about the life of American record producer, singer and film producer, Quincy Jones. The film was co-written and co-directed by Alan Hicks and Rashida Jones and produced by Paula DuPré Pesmen. The film was released by Netflix on September 21, 2018. The documentary focuses on the extraordinary life of Quincy Jones and his accomplishment in the music and film industry. On August 1, 2018, it was announced that Netflix had acquired the documentary film about Quincy Jones. The documentary is co-directed by Jones' daughter Rashida Jones and Alan Hicks.
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Subsequently, Death Row Records suffered poor sales by 1997, especially following the death of 2Pac and the racketeering charges brought against Knight. Dr. Dre also appeared on the single "No Diggity" by R&B group Blackstreet in 1996: it too was a sales success, topping the Hot 100 for four consecutive weeks, and later won the award for Best R&B Vocal by a Duo or Group at the 1997 Grammy Awards. After hearing it for the first time, several of Dr. Dre's former Death Row colleagues, including 2Pac, recorded and attempted to release a song titled "Toss It Up", containing numerous insults aimed at Dr.
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MTV progressively increased its airing of hip hop acts, such as LL Cool J, Queen Latifah, Salt-n-Pepa, Naughty By Nature, Onyx, MC Lyte, and Sir-Mix-A-Lot, and by 1993, the channel added West Coast rappers previously associated with gangsta rap, with a less pop-friendly sound, such as Tupac Shakur, Ice Cube, Warren G, Ice-T, Dr. Dre, Tone Loc, and Snoop Doggy Dogg. To accompany the new sounds, a new form of music videos came about: more creative, funny, artistic, experimental, and technically accomplished than those in the 1980s. Several noted film directors got their start creating music videos.
Sinatra was backed by the Count Basie Orchestra, with Quincy Jones conducting. Sinatra pulled out from the Sands the following year, when he was driven out by its new owner Howard Hughes, after a fight. Sinatra started 1967 with a series of recording sessions with Antônio Carlos Jobim. He recorded one of his most famous collaborations with Jobim, the Grammy-nominated album Francis Albert Sinatra & Antônio Carlos Jobim, which was one of the best-selling albums of the year, behind the Beatles's Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band.
On the 2006 PBS television program African American Lives, the musician Quincy Jones had his DNA tested; the test showed him to be of Tikar descent. In the PBS television program Finding Your Roots, former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice learned she shared maternal heritage with the Tikar. Fowler, Ian, and David Zeitlyn. (1996). "Introductory Essay: the Grassfields and the Tikar". In African Crossroads: intersections of history and anthropology in Cameroon. I. Fowler and D. Zeitlyn, eds. pp. 1–16. Oxford: Berghahn. Jeffreys, M.D.W. "Who are the Tikar?". (1964). African Studies 23 no. 3/4: pp. 141–153. Price, David. "Who are the Tikar now?". (1979). Paideuma 25: pp. 89–98.
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In contrast, since the mid-2000s (decade), numerous hip hop artists have been inducted, including Tupac Shakur (class of 2017), N.W.A (class of 2016) and Grandmaster Flash and the Furious Five (class of 2007). Another criticism is that too many artists are inducted. In fifteen years, 97 different artists were inducted. A minimum of 50% of the vote is needed to be inducted; although, the final percentages are not announced and a certain number of inductees (five in 2011) is set before the ballots are shipped. The committee usually nominates a small number of artists (12 in 2010) from an increasing number of different genres.
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Claws is an American drama television series that premiered on TNT on June 11, 2017. The series was ordered for a first season containing 10 episodes on December 13, 2016, and was originally developed as a half-hour, single-camera comedy for HBO. Set in Palmetto, Florida, the series is mostly filmed in New Orleans. On July 12, 2017, TNT renewed the series for a second season, which premiered on June 10, 2018.
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Strictly 4 My N.I.G.G.A.Z... is the second studio album by rapper Tupac Shakur, released by Atlantic Records and Interscope Records on February 16, 1993. The rights now belong to Amaru Entertainment. N.I.G.G.A. in the title is punctuated to refer to Tupac's backronym "Never Ignorant Getting Goals Accomplished". Similar to his debut, 2Pacalypse Now, the album contains many tracks emphasizing 2Pac's political and social views. The original album was going to be named "Troublesome 21" and released in September 1992, but it was scrapped.
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George "Papa G" Pryce, Former Head of Publicity for Death Row, claimed that "Makaveli which we did was a sort of tongue-in-cheek, and it was not ready to come out, [but] after Tupac was murdered, it did come out... Before that, it was going to be a sort of an underground [release]." Many of Shakur's usual producers were not involved in the project. The only producer with whom Shakur had worked prior to this album was QD3, the son of Quincy Jones and brother of Shakur's girlfriend Kidada Jones. Shakur also co-produces three tracks on the album. The other two producers were Hurt-M-Badd and Darryl "Big D" Harper. E.D.I.
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"The Dude" performed by Quincy Jones. "Overnight Sensation" performed by Avalanche. "Sing a Simple Song" performed by Sly & the Family Stone. "Computer Love" performed by Zapp. "Watch Yo Nuggets" performed by Redman featuring Erick Sermon. "In All My Wildest Dreams" performed by Joe Sample. "Sadie" performed by The Spinners. "We Share" performed by The Soul Searchers. "Dedication" performed by Brand Nubian. "Get On Up and Dance" performed by Eddie Harris. "Brooklyn's in the House" performed by Cutmaster D.C. "Adventures of Super Rhyme (Rap)" performed by Jimmy Spicer. "My Adidas" performed by Run-DMC. "Rock the Bells" performed by LL Cool J. "Winter Sadness" performed by Kool & the Gang.
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Body Heat is an album by Quincy Jones. *List of number-one R&B albums of 1974 (U.S.) 1) "Body Heat" (Quincy Jones, Leon Ware, Bruce Fisher, Stanley "Stan" Richardson) – 3:58. 2) "Soul Saga (Song of the Buffalo Soldier)" (Ray Brown, Quincy Jones, Tom Bahler, Joseph Greene) – 4:58. 3) "Everything Must Change" (Benard Ighner) – 6:01. 4) "Boogie Joe the Grinder" (Quincy Jones, Dave Grusin, Tom Bahler) – 3:09. 5) "Everything Must Change (Reprise)" (Benard Ighner) – 1:01. 6) "One Track Mind" (Quincy Jones, Leon Ware) – 6:14. 7) "Just a Man" (Valdy) – 3:31. 8) "Along Came Betty" (Benny Golson) – 4:47. 9) "If I Ever Lose This Heaven" (Leon Ware, Pam Sawyer) – 4:52.
Is My Lady" (Alan and Marilyn Bergman, Quincy Jones, Peggy Lipton Jones) – 3:12. 2) "The Best of Everything" (Fred Ebb, John Kander) – 2:45. 3) "How Do You Keep the Music Playing?" (A. Bergman, M. Bergman, Michel Legrand) – 3:49. 4) "Teach Me Tonight" (Sammy Cahn, Gene de Paul) – 3:44. 5) "It's All Right With Me" (Cole Porter) – 2:39. 6) "Mack the Knife" (Marc Blitzstein, Bertolt Brecht, Kurt Weill) – 4:50. 7) "Until the Real Thing Comes Along" (Mann Holiner, Alberta Nichols, Cahn, Saul Chaplin, L.E.
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He contributed the song "Nuff Respect" to the soundtrack of the film Juice, which starred Omar Epps and Tupac Shakur, further demonstrating his fast lyrical delivery. In 1991, Kane won the Grammy Award for Best Rap Performance by a Duo or Group for his performance on the Quincy Jones collaborative track "Back on the Block" off Back on the Block. Widely regarded as one of the greatest rappers during the "golden age" of hip hop (1986–1997), Kane's experimentation with R&B beats and his alignment to the Five Percent Nation drew criticism.
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Kelly, Michael Jackson (whom Quincy Jones' daughter Kidada had dressed in hip hop clothing, reportedly for the first and only time in the entertainer's career), Ciara, who also appeared on the cover numerous times and rap legend Tupac Shakur's famous cover story in which he reveals important details about his non-fatal 1994 NYC shooting (two years before his death in Las Vegas, Nevada). Electro-rapper Kesha made Vibe history when she appeared on the cover in October 2012, earning her the honor of being the first caucasian female to appear on the cover as a solo act.
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Tupac Shakur discography. List of number-one albums of 1996 (U.S.). List of number-one R&B albums of 1996 (U.S.). List of best-selling albums in the United States.
Q: The Autobiography of Quincy Jones, 2001.