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  • Jizzy Pearl (born James Wilkinson) is an American vocalist who was born on March 17, 1958, in Chicago, Illinois. He's had notable performances in several
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  • the Loco Syndicate (San Andreas' largest drug cartel). His associates, Jizzy B. and T-Bone Mendez, are eventually killed by CJ and Cesar Vialpando, and
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  • Lethal Bizzle (redirect from Jizzy tissue)
    Maxwell Owusu Ansah (born 14 September 1984), known by his stage name Lethal Bizzle, is a British rapper and actor from Walthamstow, London, of Ghanaian
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  • penned by Kumaar, A. M. Turaz, Siddhant Kaushal, Manoj Yadav, Anupam Roy and Jizzy. Amitabh Bachchan, inspired by Ranveer Singh's Gully Boy, rapped the song
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  • their greatest fame in the early 1990s. Love/Hate was formed in 1985, when Jizzy Pearl (real name Jim Wilkinson) joined Jon E. Love, Skid Rose, and Joey
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  • he left the band in September 2019 and was replaced by previous vocalist Jizzy Pearl. It is their first album to be released since drummer Frankie Banali's
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  • Network's Adult Swim series The Boondocks, and the voice for a pimp named Jizzy-B in Rockstar Games' Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas video game. Murphy provided
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  • copy of his recording track of a Christmas album to a rap artist named J-Jizzy (Charles Q. Murphy). Nancy (Union) is a divorced mother, who is too busy
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  • 1985), guitarist Alex Grossi (who originally joined in 2004) and vocalist Jizzy Pearl (who originally joined in 2013). Quiet Riot was formed in 1975 by
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  • Wasted EP released in 1998 before eventually adding former Love/Hate singer Jizzy Pearl to the group in 1999. With the lineup consisting of Pearl, Guns, Crypt
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  • made up of T-Bone Mendez's Rifa gangsters, Mike Toreno, and a pimp named Jizzy B. The Russian Mafia also make a few small appearances in the storyline
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  • 2010, and the current lineup consists of himself on drums, lead vocalist Jizzy Pearl, bassist Chuck Wright and guitarist Alex Grossi, with no founding
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  • but which was cancelled in April 2004 due to falling viewership. In 2006, Jizzy Entertainment released Unwashed: The Stand-Up Special. In 2008, Kennedy
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  • some of the band's final shows with DuBrow in 2007. Love/Hate vocalist Jizzy Pearl joined the band in November 2013 and performs lead vocals on the six
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  • Ray Vinci Sadeghi (born April 1, 1982), known professionally as Jizzy Mack, is an professional bodyguard from Las Vegas. He is best known for being the
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  • 1999, through Perris Records, and is the only L.A. Guns album with singer Jizzy Pearl. The album was reissued, with bonus tracks and new artwork, on May
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  • MTV, chiefly on Headbanger's Ball. All tracks are written by Skid Rose. Jizzy Pearl – vocals Jon E. Love – guitar Skid (Rose) – bass, rhythm guitar on
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  • Stevens Edited by Sandy S. Solowitz Production company Yari Film Group Jizzy Entertainment Hi-Def Entertainment Bob Yari Productions Kickin' it Old Skool
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  • Brent Muscat, former Ratt bassist Robbie Crane as well as then-Ratt singer Jizzy Pearl, also formerly of Love/Hate. The band toured the US and Europe, with
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  • band, forcing the band to find a new singer. Joe Lesté from Bang Tango and Jizzy Pearl from Love/Hate were considered as candidates, with Pearl getting the
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