"Bonkers" is a song by British rapper Dizzee Rascal and American producer Armand Van Helden. It is the first single released from Rascal's fourth album, Tongue n' Cheek. Rascal released the track under his own record label, Dirtee Stank Recordings on 17 May 2009 in the United Kingdom; where it debuted at number-one; marking Dizzee's second number-one single; third Top 10 single and eleventh Top 40 hit. In October 2011, NME placed it at number 59 on its list "150 Best Tracks of the Past 15 Years".
"The Funk Phenomena" is a single from Armand Van Helden's debut studio album Old School Junkies: The Album (1994). The song uses samples from "How High" by Method Man & Redman and "Who Is He (And What Is He to You)" by Creative Source
"Flowerz" is the title of a song by Armand Van Helden. It was the follow up single to his number-one single "U Don't Know Me".
Gandhi Khan is a 2001 album by house music artist Armand Van Helden. It contains the track "Why Can't You Free Some Time" which reached #34 in the UK singles chart. This is Armand Van Helden's fifth studio album.
Je t'aime is the fourth single taken from Armand Van Helden's seventh studio album, called Ghettoblaster. It features Nicole Roux on vocals. It samples heavily the mid 80s House record 'Can You Dance' by Kenny 'Jammin' Jason and DJ Fast Eddie Smith.
2 Future 4 U is Armand Van Helden's 3rd studio album. It was released in 1998 and includes the singles 'U Don't Know Me' and 'Flowerz'.
"U Don't Know Me" is a single by the American house music producer Armand Van Helden from the album 2 Future 4 U. It features Duane Harden on vocals.
"My My My" is a song by Armand Van Helden. It contains a sample of the song "Comin' Apart" by Gary Wright. The track was produced in 2004 and included on the album Nympho. It is also featured in the video game Dance Dance Revolution Extreme 2 by Konami as a licensed track under the house music genre at 128 BPM. An alternative version of "My My My" featuring the vocals of Tara McDonald was released in 2006 and became a hit single that year.
"Touch Your Toes" is the first single from Armand Van Helden's seventh studio album, called Ghettoblaster. It features Fat Joe and BL.
"I Want Your Soul" is the third single to be lifted off Armand Van Helden's seventh studio album, called Ghettoblaster. It contains samples of "Do You Want It Right Now" by Siedah Garrett and "Everything Counts" by Depeche Mode.
"NYC Beat" is the second single from Armand Van Helden's seventh studio album, called Ghettoblaster.
"Full Moon" is the second single from Armand Van Helden's fourth studio album Killing Puritans (2000). The song samples "Give Me Your Love" by Sylvia Striplin features Common on vocals.
"Into Your Eyes" is the third single from American DJ Armand Van Helden's sixth album Nympho. The song's refrain is lifted from "I Might Lie", a 1987 rock hit by Andy Taylor.
Ghettoblaster is the seventh studio album by Armand Van Helden. The vocals in I Want Your Soul were sampled from "Do You Want It Right Now" by Siedah Garrett. The album was released in a special edition 2-disc set as well as the standard edition. Some of the tracks are throwbacks to freestyle music which was popular in the 1980s.
"You Can't Change Me" is the second single from Roger Sanchez's album First Contact (2001). The song features Armand Van Helden and N'Dea Davenport.
Nympho is a 2005 album by house music artist Armand Van Helden. This is his sixth studio album.
"Hear My Name" was the first single from Armand Van Helden's fifth album, New York: A Mix Odessey, and his sixth album, Nympho. The track features vocals by duo Spalding Rockwell. It was also made into a music video featuring the female duo Spalding Rockwell spanking various men and women.
"Sugar" is the fifth and final single from American DJ Armand Van Helden's sixth album "Nympho".
"Why Can't You Free Some Time" is the first and only single to be taken from U.S. DJ Armand Van Helden's fifth album Gandhi Khan.
Da Club Phenomena is the first remix album by Armand Van Helden.
"When the Lights Go Down" is the fourth single of American DJ Armand Van Helden's sixth album Nympho. It features a sample from Nick Gilder's 1978 hit "Rockaway".
"Koochy" is the first single to be lifted from Armand Van Helden's album Killing Puritans. It heavily samples Gary Numan's 1979 single "Cars".
Enter The Meatmarket is the second studio album by American DJ Armand Van Helden. This album is more hip hop oriented than its predecessor.
Killing Puritans is the 4th studio album by Armand van Helden. It was released as CD and as quadruple vinyl.
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