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Numerology information Breal:
Name Number: 2 Meaning: Partnership, Sense, Other, Passive, Assistance, Acceptance, Intimacy, Peace
Definition funny of Breal:
A legendary West Coast rapper who lead the group Cypress Hill. He is one of the few famous latin american rappers around today, although recently he hasn;t done much. His flow is very nasally, with a rambling but on tempo speed. Either you like him or you hate him, he's something of an aquired taste.
B-real has been around MUCH longer than snoop dogg's 'Vato'....idiot.
A real gangsta, a Latin Thug, and a microphone master. The frontman of the best rap group ever, Cypress Hill. B is known for having a high pitched voice which contrasts fellow CH rapper Sen Dog's deep aggressive voice. His flows are solid and he can rap circles around 99.9% of these "mtv gangstas" you see today. In addition, he was shot in his youth, but didn't use it as a marketing tool like 50 Cent did. He lived with, and likely banged Carmen Elektra, and has released solo albums called "Gunslinger" volumes 1 and 2. To top it all off, he's a professional toker, smokin' that smelly northern Cali, and is known for being a supporter of marijuana legalization.
Anyone who talks shit about B-Real or Cypress Hill needs to go back to bumpin' commercialized pranksta rap in their mom's basement. At the Smokeout festival a hot chick gave B-Real a grocery bag full of porno as a sign of appreciation for his music. Now that's pimpin'.
The most famous member of the rap group Cypress Hill, B Real is a legend in the rap community for his cold rap style, his latino infused rap style and his cultural views on marijuana use. B Real and Cypress Hill made a huge impact on the rap scene during the early '90's and he has gone on to be featured on countless tracks for other successful rappers, such as eminem, Snoop Dogg, and Notorious B.I.G. He and Cypress Hill made such songs as: "Insane In The Membrane", "Latin Thugs", "When The Shit Goes Down", "Hand on the Pump" and "What's your Number?"
B Real sounded cold on the Snoop Dogg track, "Vato"!
A word meaning to destroy or change
Songs about Breal:
Franco Eyed (feat. B-Real of Cypress Hill) [Explicit] by Dirty Heads feat. B-Real from the Album Sound Of Change [Explicit]
American Psycho II (Album Version (Explicit)) [feat. B-Real] [Explicit] by D-12 from the Album D-12 World (Explicit Version)
Pain Language (B-Real & Omar Cruz RMX) [Explicit] by DJ Muggs & Planet Asia from the Album Pain Language / 9mm [Explicit]
Vato (Album Version (Explicit)) [feat. B-Real] [Explicit] by Snoop Dogg from the Album Tha Blue Carpet Treatment
Franco Eyed (feat. B-Real of Cypress Hill) by Dirty Heads feat. B-Real from the Album Sound Of Change [Clean]
Vato (Album Version (Explicit)) [feat. B-Real] [Explicit] by Snoop Dogg from the Album Vato & Candy (Explicit Version)
Fuck Tony Montana (feat. Sick Jacken of Psycho Realm & B-Real of Cypress Hill) [Explicit] by La Coka Nostra from the Album A Brand You Can Trust [Explicit]
Books about Breal:
Change in Language: Whitney, Breal and Wegener (History of Linguistic Thought) by Brigitte Nerlich (Jan 25, 1990)
Bréal Bac - Première ES et S
Bréal Bac - Première STT
Bréal bac 1re L, une année de français : sujets et corrigés
Bréal bac terminale L-ES, une année de français : sujets et corrigés
Bréal bac terminal L-ES-S, une année d'histoire: sujets et corrigés by Xavier Hélary Christine Portier-Martin (2000)
Breal-sous-Montfort GPS: IGN1119E (Oct 21, 2008)
Movies about Breal:
Klub Kush DVD Magazine / The History Of Cannabis in America / Jadakiss / Styles P / Buddha Master / B-Real / Redman... 2009 -
J-Diggs And Thizz Nation Presents - B-Real B-Funny Vol. 1 2008 NC-17 - Runtime: 2 hrs Starring: Charles
B-Real B-Funny, Vol. 2 - Starring: D-Lo, Sleepy D, 20-Da-Rosta and Lizion Directed by: Charles Marshall
Wiki information Breal:
Michel Jules Alfred Bréal, French philologist, was born at Landau in Rhenish Bavaria. He is often identified as a founder of modern semantics.
Louise Brealey, also credited as Loo Brealey, is an English actress, writer and journalist. She is best known for playing student nurse Roxanne Bird in Casualty, and Molly Hooper in Sherlock.