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Jewell (aka Ju-L, born Jewell Caples, later Jewell Peyton) is an R&B singer who was signed to Death Row Records from 1992 to 1996. She was working part-time - though still unsigned - for IV Life Records. She had a video and charting hit " Woman to Woman", that reached 72nd on the . She is best known for singing choruses to many classic West Coast rap hits such as Billboard Hot 100 Snoop Dogg's " Gin and Juice" and Dr. Dre's " Let Me Ride".
Appears on [ edit ]
As Jewell Caples [ edit ]
1987 : Bobby Jimmy And The Critters -
Back and Proud
"Plastic Women - Plastic Man"
"Bobby Jimmy You a Fool"
1991 : Jimmy Z -
1991 : Yomo and Maulkie -
Are U Xperienced?
1992 : The Poetess -
As Jewell [ edit ]
1991 : NWA - "Niggaz4Life"
"I'd Rather F_ck You" (her name was not published)
Deep Cover soundtrack
"Love Or Lust" (solo)
1992"Crazy Love Affair"(solo unreleased)
1992 : Dr. Dre -
"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 -
"Who Am I (What's My Name)"
"Gin and Juice"
Marky Mark & Prince Ital Joe - Life in the Streets
2nd II None - I Can Tell (The Nasty Song) (Feat. Jewell)
"The Shit" (Unreleased album)
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
"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 The Missing D.R. Files)
1996 : 2Pac -
All Eyez on Me
"Holla at Me"
1996 : Various -
Death Row Greatest Hits
"Let Me Ride (remix)" (alternate vocals)
"Fuck with Dre Day (remix)" (solo)
"Body And Soul" by O.F.T.B.
1997 : L.A. Nash -
Make Me or Break Me
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 -
Tru-Life featuring Prodigy & Kool G Rap
2000 : Roger Troutman II -
2001 : Redman -
"Dat Bitch" (feat. Missy Elliott)
2001 : Playa Hamm -
2003 : Benzino -
"X Tra Hot" (feat. Daz Dillinger)
2006 : Tha Realest -
Witness Tha Realest MixTape
"Street Lyfe" (feat. C-Bo)
As Jewell Peyton [ edit ]
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)
Won-G - No Better Than This
As Ju-L [ edit ]
IV Life Family - "IV Life X-Mas Song" feat. Ju-L (Free Digital Download) 2003 :
4Life Underground 'Vol 1'
IV Life Family Mixtape Vol. 1.4 (Free Digital Download)
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)
"We Don't Love You No Mo'"
2006 : Amir -
Miscellaneous [ edit ]
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 - "When Thugz Cry" (Unreleased Original Version)
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)
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