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Skizz has been tearing up the Los Angeles and Boston Drum & Bass/Rave scene since 2007 with no means of slowing down. In addition to a production background in Drum & Bass, Drumstep, and Dubstep, Skizz has built himself a respectable reputation around the area for his "in-your-face" jump-up style and live performance skills. He has played alongside with some exclusive headliners such as Twisted Individual, APX-1, Silver, Danny the Wildchild, G-Eazy, Dirty Deeds, Heavy Hittahz, Rawtee, Hoogs, LMFAO, Destro, Crossover Kidz, Choppa Dunks, Tony C, The Statesman, and more!
Fresh out of the studio, his debut EP, “Try Me EP”, will get you up and out of your seat! The EP is characterized by electrifying sounds and heart-thumping beats but the artists’ power to captivate his listeners doesn’t stop there. “Try Me EP” features hints of hip-hop that will satisfy the taste of almost any audience!
The EP will be released to all major digital stores on February 4th, 2013 so make sure to mark your calendar!
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The strategy of appearing on the popular video-sharing site is believed to be a new one, with the department previously having opted for more traditional TV campaigns to promote their latest messages.
The video is informing people about the Government’s “new disclosure opportunity” which allows people to reveal all the details of their offshore accounts, in exchange for reduced penalties and immunity from prison.
Do you think the million and billionaires who have so much money that they have to put it into offshore bank accounts will really watch youtube? or even take any notice of this video? I think it's just there to make it seem like the government is 'trying' to do something about tax evaders, and they're doing it in a super cool trendy way by putting a video on youtube.
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/technology/google/6486222/Taxman-appeals-to-evaders-on-YouTube.htmlThe strategy of appearing on the popular video-sharing site is believed to be a new... more