To the Max may refer to:
To the Max is a 1982 album released by R&B band Con Funk Shun.
"To the Max" is a song written and performed by American musician DJ Khaled and Canadian rapper Drake. The song was released on June 5, 2017, by We the Best and Epic Records as a promotional single from Khaled's tenth studio album, Grateful (2017). The song however was removed from the album and legal streaming platforms as Spotify or Apple Music. The song contains a sample of "Gus Get Em Right" by Jay-O and a sample of the vocal performance by British singer and songwriter Jodie Aysha from her song "Heartbroken" which was remixed by T2. A further sample used includes "Lit" by 1WayFrank.
To the Max! is a double album by American jazz drummer Max Roach featuring tracks recorded in 1990 and 1991 and released on the Enja label. The album features Roach with various ensembles and combines live and studio recordings that celebrate Roaches diverse musical output.
Jade to the Max is the platinum-selling debut album by American R&B group Jade, released in 1992. The album produced the hit singles "I Wanna Love You", "Don't Walk Away", "One Woman", and "Looking for Mr. Do Right". It also contains covers of two songs by the 1970s R&B trio The Emotions – "Don't Ask My Neighbor" and "Blessed".
"Homer to the Max" is the thirteenth episode of The Simpsons' tenth season. It originally aired on the Fox network in the United States on February 7, 1999. In the episode, Homer discovers that a new television show, Police Cops, has a hero also named Homer Simpson. He is delighted with the positive attention he receives because of his name, but when the television character is rewritten from a hero to a bumbling idiot, he is mocked and taunted, so he changes his name to "Max Power" to rid himself of the negative attention. Max gains new friends, and is forced into a protest to prevent a forest from being knocked down. In the end, he changes his name back to Homer Simpson.
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No Secrets was an American-British girl group formed in 2000. The group consisted of five members: Angel Faith, Carly Lewis, Erin Tanner, Jessica Fried and Jade Ryusaki. The group debuted in the United States in 2002 with the single "Kids in America."
Diamond is the hardest known natural material.
Daniel Yemin is a vocalist and musician in the melodic hardcore punk scene.
Julian Cheung Chi-lam, better known by his stage name Chilam, is a Hong Kong singer and actor. Cheung is popularly known for his role as Guo Jing in the 1994 TV series adaptation of the Wuxia novel, The Legend of the Condor Heroes, and also as Chi-Kin from the TVB drama Cold Blood Warm Heart (1996).
Jade is an ornamental stone.
Jade is an American R&B girl group.
Johan Patrik Mattias Liiva is a Swedish extreme metal vocalist, most widely recognized as the founding vocalist of popular melodic death metal band Arch Enemy, as well as a former member of Carnage, Furbowl, and NonExist. He is currently working as vocalist with the band Hearse and with his former Arch Enemy bandmates in Black Earth.
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"Don't Walk Away" is a song by American R&B group Jade. It was released in November 23, 1992 as single from their album, Jade to the Max. It became one of the biggest Dance and R&B singles of the year. The song peaked at number two on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart and peaked at number four on the Billboard Hot 100. The song samples "Jungle Jazz" by Kool and the Gang and "That Girl" by Stevie Wonder. Internationally, the song also peaked within the top ten in the United Kingdom. The success of the single landed the trio spots on The Tonight Show, The Arsenio Hall Show and Top of the Pops in the UK. A cover version of this track by Jenny Jones was released in January 2009. The first verse and chorus were interpolated in Diplo & Sleepy Tom's 2015 dance track "Be Right There".
"Ching Ching" is the second single by rap artist Ms. Jade. The song is also found on track four of her debut album, Girl Interrupted, released in 2002.
Samantha Jade Gibbs is an ARIA Award-winning Australian singer, songwriter, actress and former child model from Perth, Western Australia. She has written tracks for artists including JoJo and Ashley Tisdale. On 20 November 2012 Jade won the fourth season of The X Factor Australia, the first woman to win the Australian series. She subsequently signed with Sony Music Australia and released her winner's single "What You've Done to Me", which debuted at number one on the ARIA Singles Chart.
Jade Louise Ewen is a British singer, songwriter, actress and a former member of the girl group Sugababes. Ewen began her singing career in a girl group named Trinity Stone, which signed with Sony BMG in 2005 but disbanded in 2007 without releasing an album. In 2009, after winning the right, she represented the United Kingdom in the 2009 Eurovision Song Contest by performing the Andrew Lloyd Webber / Diane Warren penned "It's My Time". She finished in fifth place, making her the most successful British Eurovision act since 2002.
"I Wanna Love You" is the title of a top-ten R&B single by Jade. It was the group's debut single, which was also featured on the Class Act soundtrack. The song was also included on their debut album Jade to the Max.
"One Woman" is the title of a top-twenty R&B single by Jade. It was the third single from their platinum selling debut album Jade to the Max.
"Old and Wise" is a 1982 song by the Alan Parsons Project from the album Eye in the Sky.
Jade Valerie Villalon, also known by her project and stage name Jade Valerie, is an American pop singer, songwriter, and actress. From 1999 to 2007, she was the vocalist and lyricist of Sweetbox, releasing five original albums and a number of compilations. During this time, each major release achieved either a Gold or Platinum status in Japan and Korea, also earning various awards and chart positions around the world.
Samantha Jade is the self-titled debut studio album by Samantha Jade, the 2012 winner of The X Factor Australia, released through Sony Music Australia on 7 December 2012. The album's lead single "What You've Done to Me" preceded the album's release.
"Shake That" is a song recorded by Australian singer Samantha Jade featuring American rapper Pitbull. "Shake That" was written by Antonio Dixon, Kenny "Babyface" Edmonds, Khristopher Riddick-Tynes, Carmen Reece, Leon Thomas III, Jonathan Percy Starker Saxe and Armando Pérez, and produced by Babyface, Antonio Dixon and The Rascals. It was released on 17 July 2015, as the lead single from Jade's second studio album, Nine, and debuted at number thirty-two on the Australian ARIA singles chart. The song's accompanying music video was released on the same day via YouTube and Vevo.