D-Nice D-Nice is the stage name of beat boxer, rapper, producer and photographer Derrick Jones, who began his career in the mid-1980s with the hip-hop group Boogie Down Productions.
What does BDP stand for?
BDP stands for Boogie Down Productions
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- Bibliothèque Départementale de Prêt (French: County Library Loan)
- Big Dogs Porch (website)
- Biodegradable Polymer
- Biological Defense Program (US Army)
- Black Dog Productions (band)
- Blu-ray Disc Player (various companies)
- Blue Dragon Productions (Chatham, ON, Canada)
- Body Donation Program (California)
- Botswana Democratic Party
- Breakdown Pressure
- Bretagne Déménagements Particuliers (French moving company)
- British Democratic Party (UK)
- Broken Dimanche Press
- Browser Distribution Program (Netscape Corporation)
- Budget Decision Package (various locations)
- Bulletin de la Dialyse Péritonéale (French: Bulletin of Peritoneal Dialysis)
- Bund Der Pfadfinderinnen und Pfadfinder (German Scouts)
- Bundesverbandes Deutscher Pflanzenzüchter (Federal Association of German Plant Cultivators)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Melodie, a member of the hip-hop group Boogie Down Productions, died Tuesday, July 17, at age 43, it has been confirmed.
Most recently, Logan counted legendary rap artist KRS-One, known for political and socially conscious lyrics in the 1980s and '90s with Boogie Down Productions, as one of his favorites.
He was drawn to the socially conscious rap of Boogie Down Productions, Tribe Called Quest and De La Soul, as well as r&b singers like Luther Vandross.
ASCAP), and performed by Boogie Down Productions, courtesy of Jive Records "Get It Together" - Q-Tip appears courtesy of Jive Records.
Melodie of Boogie Down Productions has died, according to the "Twitterverse.
Kid Capri, who deejayed for Russell Simmons' Def Comedy Jam and has produced sessions for Heavy D, Boogie Down Productions, and Quincy Jones, will anchor the judging booth, while the hottest musicians and notable veterans will make guest appearances throughout the season.
``The Breaks,'' Kurtis Blow (1980) ``Rapper's Delight,'' Sugar Hill Gang (1980) ``The Message,'' Grandmaster Flash & the Furious Five (1982) ``Planet Rock,'' Afrika Bambaataa & the Soul Sonic Force (1982) ``Rock Box,'' Run-DMC (1984) ``Roxanne, Roxanne,'' UTFO (1984) ``Rock the Bells,'' LL Cool J (1986) ``Criminal Minded,'' Boogie Down Productions (1987) ``Don't Believe the Hype,'' Public Enemy (1988) ``Express Yourself,'' N.