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BREAKING RECORDS IS THE GAME When it comes to having his ear to the street and heart in the lab, Dj iCizzle is the muth@^&)ing MAN. If you missed the first 11 volumes of this Mixtape series “NOTHING BUT HEAT”, it is ok cause sometimes the remix is better. An Dj iCizzle is going to proove it to ya.

Keeping it polished Dj iCizzle incorporates all your favorite Dundeal entertainment artist and tracks into one volume of heat, During the interview, 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.

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Fun and Happy mixes from DJ iCizzle to you


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.

Ian Cranston and his hit song

“The One I Want” is a song recorded by American singer Ian Cranston for his debut studio album, Ian Cranston (2020). It features guest vocals by label mate Cara, and was released as the first single from the album. The song’s lyrical content speaks of confidence and the inability to resist true love and knowing what you want. Music critics were generally positive in their opinion regarding the balladry, with most describing it as a standout track on the album, though a few labeled it as heartbreaking.

the hot new song from Ian Cranston and Cara Minaj is burning up streaming services worldwide!