JERU

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JERUJoint European Reserve Unit (USEUCOM)
JERUJoint European Reserve Unit
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The beatmaker helmed Gang Starr's fourth album, Hard to Earn, and helped introduce the world to Jeru the Damaja by producing the Brooklyn MC's debut, The Sun Rises in the East.
"The city plays hide-and-seek among her names: Yerushalayim, Al-Quds, Salem, Jeru, Yeru, all the while whispering her first, Jebusite name: Y'vus Y'vus, Y'vus, in the dark.
Finding Clarity: A Guide to the Deeper Levels of Your Being collects the enlightened writings and teachings of spiritual instructor Jeru Kabbal, whose explorations included delving into both Eastern traditions and Western psychology.
He has worked his way through such legendary beauties as Emma Howard (during the making of Diamond Of Jeru), Angela Lindvall (CQ) and Leonor Varela (during an ignored remake of Cleopatra).
Spooky, Michael Franti, Jeru, John Lurie, KRS-One, Biz Markie, Cowboy, Q-Bert.
There are a couple of tracks from contemporary underground artists such as Roots Manuva and Jeru The Damaja as well as tracks from back in the days from the likes of Grandmaster Flash, Sugarhill Gang and Schoolly D.
Belfast's Limelight is set to welcome one of the underground heroes of hip hop as the BeatSuite club confirms the presence of Jeru The Damaja.
Jeru. Cool, Roman fuzz busy having a ball, never bother you unless someone complains.
the recent emergence of Nas, Wu-Tang Clan, and Jeru the Damaja as claimants to the East Coast title of leaders of the Now School.
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