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Jewell Singer
Jewell
Jewell Caples
Ju-L, Jewell Peyton
Born (1974-06-15) June 15, 1974 (age 44) [1]
Genres R&B
Singer
1987-2006
Labels K-Tel (1987–1990)
Ruthless Records (1990–1992)
Death Row Records (1992–1999)

Jewell (a.k.a. Ju-L, born Jewell Caples, June 15, 1974; later Jewell Peyton[]) is an American recording artist that has performed on R&B/Hip-Hop albums.

Jewell was signed to Death Row Records from 1992 to 1996, and was a background singer to some of Death Row Records multi-platinum albums and songs, including Dr. Dre's "The Chronic" album "Let Me Ride", "Bitches Ain't Shit", Snoop Dogg's Doggy Style album "Who Am I (What's My Name)", Tupac's All Eyez on Me album "Thug Passion" and Bone Thugs-N-Harmony's "For The Love Of Money".

She has been referred to as "The First Lady of Death Row Records"[].

In 1994, Jewell covered Shirley Brown's song "Woman to Woman", reaching 72nd on the Billboard Hot 100[], and also released "Love or Lust," featured in Bill Duke's film, Deep Cover[].

Appears on

As Jewell Caples

  • 1987 : Bobby Jimmy And The Critters - Back and Proud
    • "Plastic Women - Plastic Man"
    • "Bobby Jimmy You a Fool"
    • "Mickey's Rapp"
  • 1991 : Jimmy Z - Muzical Madness
    • "Evil"
    • "Muzical Madness"
  • 1991 : Yomo and Maulkie - Are U Xperienced?
    • "4 the Love Of $"
  • 1992 : The Poetess - Simply Poetry
    • "Let It Move U"

As Jewell

  • 1991 : NWA - "Niggaz4Life"
    • "I'd Rather F_ck You" (her name was not published)
  • 1992 : Deep Cover soundtrack
    • "Love Or Lust" (solo)
    • 1992"Crazy Love Affair"(solo unreleased)
  • 1992 : Dr. Dre - The Chronic
    • "Fuck with Dre Day (And Everybody's Celebratin')"
    • "Let Me Ride"
    • "Let Me Ride" (11 minute Extended Remix, new vocals)
    • "The Doctor's Office"
    • "The Roach" (The Chronic Outro)
    • "Bitches Ain't Shit"
  • 1993 : Snoop Doggy Dogg - Doggystyle
    • "Who Am I (What's My Name)"
  • 1994 : Marky Mark & Prince Ital Joe - Life in the Streets
    • "Love of a Mother"
  • 1994 : 2nd II None - I Can Tell (The Nasty Song) (Feat. Jewell)
    • "The Shit" (Unreleased album)
  • 1994 : Above the Rim soundtrack
    • "Gonna Give It to Ya" (duet with Aaron Hall)
    • "It's Not Deep Enough" (solo)
  • 1994 : Snoop Dogg - Murder Was the Case soundtrack
    • "Harvest for the World" (solo)
    • "What Would U Do?"
    • "Woman to Woman" (solo); # 72 US
  • 1996 : O.F.T.B. - (not on album) (released in OFTB's 2007 album The Missing D.R. Files)
    • "Check Yo Hood"
  • 1996 : 2Pac - All Eyez on Me
    • "Thug Passion"
  • 1996 : Various - Death Row Greatest Hits
    • "Let Me Ride (remix)" (alternate vocals)
    • "Fuck with Dre Day (remix)" (solo)
  • 1997 : Gridlock'd soundtrack
    • "Body And Soul" by O.F.T.B.
  • 1997 : L.A. Nash - Make Me or Break Me
    • "It's About Time"
  • 1999 : Suge Knight Represents: Chronic 2000
    • "Stand Strong" (Tha Realest featuring Danny Boy & Jewell)
    • "I'm Comin' Home" (Tha Realest featuring Jewell)
  • 1999 : Snoop Dogg - No Limit Top Dogg
  • 2000 : K-Ci & JoJo - X
    • "Get Back"
  • 2000 : Tru-Life featuring Prodigy & Kool G Rap
    • "When You're a Thug"
  • 2000 : Roger Troutman II - Second Coming
    • "We Love You Roger"
  • 2001 : Redman - Malpractice
    • "Dat Bitch" (feat. Missy Elliott)
  • 2001 : Playa Hamm - Layin Hands
    • "Da Curbs"
  • 2003 : Benzino - Redemption
    • "X Tra Hot" (feat. Daz Dillinger)
  • 2006 : Tha Realest - Witness Tha Realest MixTape
    • "Street Lyfe" (feat. C-Bo)

As Jewell Peyton

  • 2001 : Jake Steed - Jake Steeds Latest & the Greatest
    • "Think About These Nutz!"
  • 2001 : 2Pac - Until the End of Time
    • "Thug N U Thug N Me" (Unreleased Original Version)
  • 2001 : Won-G - No Better Than This
    • "I Love TNO"

As Ju-L

  • 2002 : IV Life Family - "IV Life X-Mas Song" feat. Ju-L (Free Digital Download)
  • 2003 : 4Life Underground 'Vol 1'
    • "What Now?"
  • 2003 : IV Life Family Mixtape Vol. 1.4 (Free Digital Download)
    • "Cali Swangin'"
  • 2003 : Vol: 2 Tha New Breed (Unreleased)
  • 2004 : Bottom of the 9th: GAME OVER (Unreleased)
    • "Big Daddy" by Too Cool, Young Buc
  • 2005 : IV Life Records & Tha Eastsidaz - Deuces, Tray's and Fo's (Unreleased)
    • "Roll Out"
    • "We Don't Love You No Mo'"
  • 2006 : Amir - Lyrical Terrorism
    • "Burnin'"

Miscellaneous

  • Jewell ft. Snoop Dogg - "Smokin' Enough Bud" (unreleased, partially on Tha Doggfather)
  • Jewell Ft. Storm - "With Me Tonight" (Previously Unreleased) Released on The Ultimate Death Row Collection
  • Jewell - "Back In Bed Again (Previously Unreleased) Released on Jewell's Black Diamond Album
  • Jewell - "Black Diamond" (Previously Unreleased) Released on Jewell's Black Diamond & The Ultimate Death Row Collection
  • Big Boy Drop (with IV Life)
  • Steve Harvey Radio Drop (with IV Life)
  • Mark Morrison ft. Jewell - "Just A Hoe" (Unreleased) (2000)
  • 2Pac Ft. Jewell & Storm - "Let'Em Have It (Unreleased Original Version)
  • O.F.T.B. - Check Ya Hood
  • Kurupt Feat. Jewell and Dr. Dre - "I Don't Bang No More" (Unreleased)

References

  1. ^ Jewell (15 June 2015). "Happy 47th Birthday to me!pic.twitter.com/BE7KXFopvs".

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