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    Teriyaki Boyz

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    Genre:Hip-Hop, Rap
    Rank:546 history »
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    5.0/5 from 4 users
    Albums:2
    Songs:16

    Most Popular Songs (more)

    1Beef or Chicken lyrics
    2
    3.9/5
    Tokyo Drift (Fast & Furious) lyrics
    3東京漂流 lyrics
    4
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    Cho Large lyrics
    5You Know What Time Is It!? lyrics
    6Moon the World lyrics
    7Zock On! lyrics
    Teriyaki Boyz feat. Busta Rhymes and Pharrell Williams
    8HeartBreaker lyrics
    9
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    Work That! lyrics
    Teriyaki Boyz feat. Chris Brown and Pharrell Williams
    10Baggie Pants lyrics

    Most Popular Albums (more)

    1
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    Serious Japanese [2009]
    2
    5.0/5
    Beef or Chicken [2005]

    Biography

    With cosigns from the likes of Kanye West and Pharrell of the Neptunes, Japanese rap supergroup the Teriyaki Boyz were intended to be ambassadors of the country's hip-hop scene to the world music arena. Their formation facilitated by Japanese urban trendsetter, entrepreneur, DJ, and producer Nigo (Tomoaki Nagao), the crew includes MCs Ilmari (Keisuke Ogihara) and Ryo-Z (Ryouji Narita) from Rip Slyme, Verbal of hip-hop/club duo m-flo, and solo act Wise (Kameyama Seiji). Nigo debuted the Teriyaki Boyz on his 2004 compilation Nigo Presents: (B)Ape Sounds, adding the DJ Shadow-produced "Kamikaze 108." For the group's debut album, Nigo assembled an all-star cast of producers, particularly taken from the U.S.'s hip-hop underground and pop mainstream, including Just Blaze, Cut Chemist, the Neptunes, DJ Premier, and Dan the Automator. After the Teriyaki Boyz inked a deal with Def Jam, the tongue-in-cheek Beef or Chicken first arrived in Japan in 2005 with "Heartbreaker," produced by Daft Punk, as its lead single. The Japanese troupe dispelled doubts of being a one-off collaboration by contributing two songs to the soundtrack of the 2006 movie The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift and issuing a new single, the Kanye West-produced "I Still Love H.E.R.," the following year.

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