A gang is a group of recurrently associating individuals or close friends or family with identifiable leadership and internal organization, identifying with or claiming control over territory in a community, and engaging either individually or collectively in violent or illegal behavior. Some criminal gang members are "jumped in" or have to prove their loyalty by committing acts such as theft or violence. A member of a gang may be called a gangster or a thug.
In early usage, the word gang referred to a group of workmen. In the United Kingdom, the word is still often used in this sense, but it later underwent pejoration. In current usage, it typically denotes a criminal organization or else a criminal affiliation. The word gang often carries a negative connotation; however, within a gang which defines itself in opposition to mainstream norms, members may adopt the phrase as a statement of identity or defiance.
Gang is a 2000 Bollywood film directed by Mazhar Khan. The film began production in the early 1990s and was delayed for many years. The director Mazhar Khan died two years before the film's release. The song Chhod Ke Na Jaana is composed by R.D.Burman and rest by Anu Malik.
Four friends, Gangu (Jackie Shroff), Abdul (Nana Patekar), Nihal (Kumar Gaurav) and Gary (Jaaved Jaffrey)- which forms the word G.A.N.G, get together to start their business, but their roots are built on friendship and trust. They succeed in their criminal goals, although Gangu is arrested and sentenced to jail for five years. Before going to jail, he asks them to promise to go straight, to which they all agree.
When Gangu is released, he is pleased to find that Abdul is now driving a taxi, his mother is well looked after, and that Nihal and Gary have also started doing business. It is when Gangu meets his sweetheart, Sanam (Juhi Chawla), and proposes marriage, that he learns that all is not well in their world.
Three official singles have been released from As If: "All U Writers", a 5 1/2 minute (5 minutes on the album) long song featuring vocals from Teresa Eggers, released 28 April 2015. "Freedom '15", a groovy leviathan of a disco track, released 30 July 2015, and features vocals from Yolanda Harris Dancy and Taletha Manor. A lyric video for "Freedom '15" was uploaded 20 August 2015. The third single from the album, "Bam City", was released 30 September 2015, with an accompanying music video. "Ooo", a grooving love song, was released with an accompanying music video on November 16, 2015.
One promotional single has been released from the As If: "Sick Ass Moon", an "R&B-tinted house track", released with "Freedom '15" on 30 July 2015.
In a positive review for Exclaim!, Daniel Sylvester called the album "one of the most enjoyable, if schizophrenic, dance albums of the year."
The episode received mixed reviews from critics. Lisa Respers France of CNN and Blair Baldwin of Zap2it both received the episode positively. Todd VanDerWerff of The A.V. Club, Entertainment Weekly's Tim Stack and James Poniewozic of Time highlighted continuity issues with the show, while VanDerWerff and Henrik Batallones of BuddyTV deemed "Funk" a set-up episode for the season finale. Bobby Hankinson of the Houston Chronicle gave a more positive review, but still found "Funk" lacking compared to previous episodes, a sentiment shared by Aly Semigran of MTV.
It’s all for the music — for trap de cria, a new kind of hip hop that evokes gang life in Rio’s favelas ... The artists grew up beside boys who became lookouts, runners and enforcers for gangs ... Crime or Culture?” As CDs of “prohibited funk” referencing gangs became popular, authorities cracked down on the dances.
It’s all for the music -- for trap de cria, a new kind of hip hop that evokes gang life in Rio’s favelas ... The artists grew up beside boys who became lookouts, runners and enforcers for gangs ... Crime or Culture?” As CDs of “prohibited funk” referencing gangs became popular, authorities cracked down on the dances.
As an opening track, ‘Light Aircraft On Fire’ is a vicious, lip-curled statement of intent ... “When you cut your lover slack/ You’ll get a monster back” ... What could possibly go wrong? ... Haines tried to keep his spirits up by beginning to formulate his next project, a glam-funk concept album about West German terrorist group the Baader-Meinhof gang ...  ... .
Rick James is one of the 10 greatest funk artists of all time with hits that stand the test of time ... The group’s ability to blend jazz and rap took hip hop beyond old funk samples and into a more artistic realm ... The Meters never enjoyed the mainstream success other funk pioneers did ... Kool & the Gang is like the funk version of Chicago.
Today, we’re at #13 ... Dre. Credit ... Dr ... Dre (and DJ Yella and Arabian Prince) scored narratives of the city’s gang violence and flipped LAPD the bird, adding hints of funk to drums that hit like battering rams ... blocks in the wake of the ‘92 Uprising, Dre released the g-funk Rosetta Stone ... and around the world. G-funk would’ve existed without Dre (see also ... .
America has voted for moderation ... But on the streets of Philadelphia on Saturday, moderation was in short supply. Extremity reigned ... "This isn't over ... "Fraud happened ... For days, liberals have gathered outside the convention center before a loudspeaker system, which pumped out a procession of funk dance songs by Michael Jackson and Kool & The Gang ... ....
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Oct. 29, 2020 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — On Friday, October 30, 2020 at 12 p.m ... “I wanted to transmit the exasperation, confusion and fury I saw in the streets and felt in my soul,” Ray says ... The song begins with a chain gang chant and transitions into gospel, Appalachian music, jazz, rock and roll, funk and rap ... About Amelia Ray..
Van Halen followed the opening act Kool and the Gang - an odd but entertaining match-up - with a two-hour set of old songs as well as new ones from their latest album, "A Different Kind of Truth." ... Not the Gang's fault, though. They would have really had the crowd moving at a funk festival.
It starts with the gaunt, minimal funk of its title track – with lyrics about AIDS, drugs and gangs – and traverses R&B, jazz, rock, synth-pop, gospel and more ... A version edited for a prospective single, carving a still-strange psychedelic funk song out of the suite, is on the new collection.