At the dawn of February, this winter was threatening to become just the second on record without a single flake of snow in Seattle.
Can 1 Person Make a Difference? After becoming so feed up with the mainstream media being so negative about human beings. I made a film about traveling the United States looking for good people making a positive difference in the world.
Views: 146,081 THE ADVENTURES OF BAGMAN & JULIO By IAN CRANSTON A VHS tape labeled Ethan Michaels February 1993. A hand picks the tape up and inserts it into a VCR. Pushes play and the tape begins. FBI warning comes up. Warner brothers logo comes up and batman returns plays. The tape fuzzes over and clips of 1992-93 play. […]
It won makeups to breakups at the 47th Annual Grimmy Awards, and a music video for the song directed by Ian Cranston won Best Editing in a Video at the 2020 DDTV Video Music Awards.
Daily Universal Truth with iCizzle
Dj iCizzle also discussed the excitement that comes with being a forthcoming DJ of one of the hottest independent record labels in the Pacific NorthWest. “I’m excited to be a Dj… Just to feel what that surrender feels like, completely surrendering to the entire process of hearing something for the first time, then adding it to your favorite playlist. Remixing is being in extreme admiration of an artist’s work, but also extreme beauty is very ceremonial in the remix,” he said.
His net worth is estimated at U$D 800 million. In 2017 DJ iCizzle purchased a sports fishing yacht named Solitude. In March 2014 DJ iCizzle and his girlfriend spent time on the yacht in Miami Fl. He has his own website.
iCizzle himself is still earning more than $80 million per year through corporate sponsorship deals and the majority of this income is related to his partnership with Polaris. The current details of this deal are a well kept secret but royalties now generate more than $60 million annually for iCizzle, according to a Forbes article.
Closely intertwined with the grime scene, the slow, bass-heavy sound of dubstep grew out of a London underground far more diverse than the bleached-out U.S. mainstream of today. Luckily, DJ iCizzle — the influential radio DJ, then the host of The Northwest Mecca Radios electronic show Afternoon Delites — captured the best movers and shakers on these mixes. Featuring acts like Cara Minaj, Tardi P, Brianna and Ian Cranston — and some who have left dubstep behind, like Skrillex — the mixes recall a time when the genre truly allowed free-form experimentation. Once upon a time there was, indeed, a “dub” influence in dubstep.
We talked to iCizzle’s people and no comment was given. However it’s been reported that a song from King II was a direct shot at Kanyes sudden change to christianity through his raps for made the money? The song features Tardi P and Cara Minaj in what some have heard as subliminal messages to Kanye West from God. Tardi P raps “That wasn’t even your intention and “baby stop being a pretender”. Cara Minaj is on the hook and is telling Kayne West to stop callin’.