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A scene from School Daze where Tisha Campbell and Jasmine Guy perform with the Gamma Rays for Homecoming.
15 May 2007
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More of Tisha's sexy legs as she entertains Damon Wayans
19 May 2009
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"School DaZE" BY Spike Lee "Be Alone Tonight" Produced, Music and Lyrics by Raymond Jones Performeds by Jane = Tisha Campbell Dina = Jasmine Guy Miriam = Paula Brown Valda = Angela Ali
14 Aug 2010
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The music video, directed by Bille Woodruff, featured Braxton surrounded by a group of friends consisting of Tisha Campbell-Martin, Erika Alexander, and Vivica A. Fox. An elevator brings up a series of non-suitable and suitable men for Braxton in the form of a card game. She chooses Bryce Wilson and they are shown to hit it off in a bathtub of cotton candy and on the dance floo. this song was released May 21, 1996, name of the album was Secrets and Producer Babyface, Bryce Wilson. the lyrics I'll always think of you Inside of my private thoughts I can imagine you Touching my private parts With just the thought of you I can't help but touch myself That's why I want you so bad Just one night of Moonlight, with you there beside me All night, doin' it again and again You know I want you so bad Baby, baby, baby, baby Oooh I get so high When I'm around you baby I can touch the sky You make my temperature rise You're makin me high Baby, baby, baby, baby Can't get my mind off you I think I might be obsessed The very thought of you Makes me want to get undressed I wanna be with you In spite of what my heart says I guess I want you too bad All I want is Moonlights, with you there inside me All night, doin it again and again You know I want you so bad Baby, baby, baby, baby Oooh I get so high When I'm around you baby I can touch the sky You make my temperature rise, ooh boy You're makin me high Baby, baby, baby, baby I want to feel your heart and soul inside of me Let's make a deal you roll, I lick And we can go flying into ecstasy Oh Darlin' you and me Light my fire Blow my flame take me take me take me away ah oh ah ooooooh
10 Oct 2010
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When New Jersey-bred Dominican singer Kat DeLuna dubbed her debut album 9 Lives (GMB/Epic Records), she had no idea how prophetic that title would prove to be. Two years after she strutted into the limelight with her tropical-flavored, gold-certified single Whine Up, featuring Jamaican reggae star Elephant Man, DeLuna has undergone a personal and artistic rebirth. Now signed to Universal Motown Records, the 21-year-old performer is reemerging with a surprisingly daring, refreshingly innovative techno-, dance- and rock-infused pop sound that allows her to flaunt her operatic vocal range wh ile still churning out catchy, universally relatable, feel-good cuts. Ever the trendsetter, DeLuna is also experimenting with a bolder, edgier, sexier look that attests to her unfettered confidence and fearless attitude. "Dance, Bailalo", the lead single from her upcoming sophomore album "Inside Out" (GMB/Universal Motown) demonstrates DeLuna's innovative new sound by blending tropical samba rhythms with new school dance melodies. This infectious combination paired with her seductive lyrics lure listeners to let loose and hit the dance floor hard. Celebrity Gossip Star/Blogger Perez Hilton deemed Dance, Bailalo a "Summer Anthem" adding "(Dance, Bailalo is) one of the most scorching dance singles we've heard all year!" DeLunas brazen self-assurance permeates the track Unstoppable, a teaser single released to f ans. The anthem-like track, which features 2008s top-selling artist Lil Wayne, DeLuna challenges and even taunts naysayers. By displaying such a decidedly unapologetic, take-no-prisoners attitude, DeLuna lets audiences know shes got enough heart to withstand any criticisms, hiccups and obstacles she may encounter on the road to superstardom. Not that ambitiousness and drive are new to the petite songstress, born Kathleen Emperatriz DeLuna in the Bronx, New York. When she was still an infant, her family relocated to the Dominican Republic, where they remained until DeLuna reach ed age 6. They then returned to the U.S., settling down in Newark, New Jersey. Even at that tender age, DeLuna displayed a keen interest in music, soaking in tunes by Aretha Franklin and Billie Holiday, among others. Like any budding artist, she drew from her own experiences for inspiration, channeling her sorrow over her parents impending divorce into the lyrics of her first original song, Estoy Triste (I Am Sad). Her desire to perform intensified as the years passed. By the time shed hit junior high, DeLuna had shared the stage with such Latin music heavyweights as merengue queen Millie Quezada and salsa superstar Marc Anthony. DeLuna was accepted into the New Jersey High school of Performing Arts, a prestigious academy that boasts Savion Glover, Tisha Campbell and Whitney Houston among its alumni.20DeLuna trained as an opera singer, joining the school choir as a soprano and ceasing every opportunity to hone her craft. By age 14 deluna had appeared on national tv (41univision, NJN) for a national competition called "Imagines" sponsored by Celia Cruz and Tito Puente, in which talented children participate in singing, dancing, and instrument playing. DeLuna was crowned with 1st place both times she participated. At 15, she won first place at a Coca-Cola sponsored karaoke competition thanks to her powerful rendition of Whitney Houstons I Will Always Love You. Salsa singer Rey Ruiz, who attended the event, encouraged DeLuna to write her own material and continue pursuing her dreams. Soon thereafter, she signed with production label Global Music Brand and secured a deal with Epic Records, the label that released her breakout album 9 Lives, a Caribbean-flavored mélange of dancehall, pop, R&B and reggae tunes produced by RedOne and executive produced by Akon. DeLuna garnered international attention thanks to the success of 9 Lives Whine Up, which was crowned the top-selling single on iTunes Latino in 2007. Once the single was certified gold, DeLuna made history as the first Dominican pop singer to cross over into the mainstream. The buzz only continued to build thanks to features in such marquis publications as Entertainment Weekly, Life and Style, Latina (for whom she20graced the April 2008 cover), VIBE and USA Today. Aside from her fans appreciation, DeLuna earned the respect of her peers, nabbing MTVtr3ss Best New Artist Award and scoring a Billboard Latin Music Award for Best Club Play Track of the Year (Whine Up). With a go-hard-or-go-home approach to her career and a more aggressive look and dynamic sound, DeLunas formidable star power cant be eclipsed. Like a force of nature, she truly is unstoppable.
5 Mar 2012
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House Party 3 is a 1994 comedy film, starring Kid 'n Play and Bernie Mac and TLC. It is the third and intended final installment of the House Party film series, and the last film in the series to feature Kid 'n Play. This was to be the last film in the franchise, making it a trilogy but 7 years later, a direct to video sequel was released. This is also the first film in the series that Martin Lawrence does not reprise his role as Bilal, nor was he mentioned. Christopher "Kid" Reid — Christopher Harris Christopher "Play" Martin — Peter Martin Bernie Mac -- Uncle Vester Harris David Edwards — Stinky Martin Angela Means — Veda A.J. Johnson — Butcher Jiwan Faulk — Noel Jones Ketty Lester — Aunt Lucy Khandi Alexander — Janelle Marques Houston — Marques Young Rome — Jerome Don Santos — Don (aka "Half-Pint") Michael Colyar — Showboat Reynaldo Rey — Veda's Dad Simply Marvalous — Veda's Mom TLC — Sex as a Weapon Tisha Campbell — Sydney (cameo) Chris Tucker — Johnny Booze Shireen Crutchfield — Shireen (cameo)
9 Jan 2013
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Gina's car gets booted at the ATM, then she and Pam try to borrow money from Jerome. Martin Lawrence, Tisha Campbell Martin, Tichina Arnold.
31 Dec 2013
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