Rascal or rascals may refer to:
- Dizzee Rascal (born 1985), English rapper, songwriter, and record producer
- The Rascals, American blue-eyed soul group
- The Rascals (English band), indie rock band from the Hoylake, England
- Rascalz, Canadian hip-hop group
- Little Rascals, also known as Our Gang, a series of Hal Roach comedy shorts
- Rascal (book), 1963 children's book by Sterling North
- Rascal (film), 1969 Walt Disney Pictures film adaptation of the book
- Rascal (video game), 1998 platformer game for the Sony PlayStation
- Rascals (film), 2011 Indian film
- "Rascals" (Star Trek: The Next Generation), sixth-season episode of Star Trek: The Next Generation
- Bedford Rascal, GM/Suzuki microvan
- Rascal Scooters, a brand of mobility scooter
- GAM-63 RASCAL, supersonic air-to-surface missile
- Rascal (artillery), lightweight mobile artillery system
- UH-60A RASCAL, a special purpose Sikorsky UH-60 Black Hawk helicopter
- RascalMPL, experimental Domain specific language for metaprogramming
- Raskol gangs, urban gangs in Papua New Guinea
- River City Rascals, professional baseball team based in O'Fallon, Missouri
Other articles related to "rascal":
... date back to 1997, he would make appearances in 2000 on pirate radio along with Dizzee Rascal and Wiley, and would be part of grime supergroup and record production team Ruff Sqwad from 2001 ... group Roll Deep was formed, and included Danquah and Dizzee Rascal ... In 2003, Danquah featured as a cameo in the music video of Dizzee Rascal's third single from his debut album Boy in da Corner, "Jus' a Rascal", and would feature on the Ruff Sqwad albums Guns and Roses ...
... The GAM-63 RASCAL is a supersonic Air-to-surface missile that was developed by the Bell Aircraft Company ... The RASCAL was the United States Air Force's first nuclear armed standoff missile ... The RASCAL was initially designated the ASM-A-2, then re-designated the B-63 in 1951 and finally re-designated the GAM-63 in 1955 ...
... In an interview with Jo Whiley on BBC Radio 1, Rascal explained that the collaboration with Harris came after they had met during Radio 1's Big Weekend in 2007 ... Rascal told Harris that his single "Acceptable in the 80s" had got him excited about music again and that he would love to make a track with him ... The song's lyrics were written and recorded by Rascal with extra vocals recorded by Chrome ...
... title of a song recorded by American country music group Rascal Flatts ... along with Neil Thrasher (who also co-wrote Rascal Flatts' 2003 single "I Melt") and Wendell Mobley ...
... The Brown colt was sired by Silver Hawk out of the mare Rascal Rascal ... Rascal Rascal produced several other winners including Cryptic Rascal (Palm Beach Stakes) and Beggarman Thief (Horris Hill Stakes) ...
Famous quotes containing the word rascal:
“Then Love, I beg, when next thou takest thy bow,
Thy angry shafts, and dost heart-chasing go,
Pass rascal deer, strike me the largest doe.”
—Richard Lovelace (16181658)