Feat

Feat may also refer to:

  • An abbreviation for 'featuring' used in credit lists to indicate a guest appearance (common in music).
  • Far Eastern Air Transport - initialism FEAT
  • Fascinating Expedition Adventure Talks - initialism FEAT

Other articles related to "feat":

Crown Royal (album) - Track Listing
... "It's Over" (feat ... Jermaine Dupri) – 340 "Queens Day" (feat ... Nas, Prodigy) – 418 "Crown Royal" – 313 "Them Girls" (feat ...
TRAX (band) - Other Works
1 - Tri-Angle (October 13, 2004) Track 3 - Tri-Angle (feat ... BoA and TRAX) TVXQ - Volume 2 - Rising Sun (September 12, 2005) Track 10 - Free Your Mind (feat ... TVXQ - Volume 5 - 왜? Keep Your Head Down (January 5, 2011) Track 4 - Crazy (feat ...
Fingazz - Production Credits - Miscellaneous Productions
... 40 Glocc - "Damn" (feat ... Ray J) 40 Glocc - "Electric Lady" (feat ... Cee-Lo) Big Ron - "Stay By My Side" (duet with Jamosa, feat ...
Fred Tackett
... mandolin, and trumpet, he is best known as a member of the band Little Feat ... In addition to his work with the Little Feat, Tackett has played and recorded with many notable artists ... side project with another member of Little Feat he performs as part of a duo with Paul Barrere, as Paul and Fred ...
Fingazz - Production Credits - Diamonique - Diamond in Da Ruff
... "Back 2 Reality" "Boom Bap" "Chain Reaction" "Da Get Back" (feat ... in Da' Ruff (intro) "Don't Give a F*@ " (feat ... Stank, Seefor) "Get It On" "Grind" (feat ...

Famous quotes containing the word feat:

    In the morning,
    The jack-rabbit sang to the Arkansaw.
    He carolled in caracoles
    On the feat sandbars.
    Wallace Stevens (1879–1955)

    As long as she is young and personable, every woman may cherish the dream that she may leap up the social ladder and dim the sheen of luxury by sheer natural loveliness; the few examples of such a feat are kept before the eye of the public.
    Germaine Greer (b. 1939)

    Nature arms each man with some faculty which enables him to do easily some feat impossible to any other, and thus makes him necessary to society.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)