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Lil Uzi Vert - Just Wanna Rock [Official Music Video]

Lil Uzi Vert - Just Wanna Rock [Official Music Video]

Lil Uzi Vert - Just Wanna Rock Stream/Download - Connect with Lil Uzi Vert: Directed by Gibson Hazard Executive Creative Director – Oliver Cannon Video Commissioner – Joseph Boyd Executive Producers – Liam Akiva, Harrison Corwin, Jamil Davis Production Company – House of Hazard x ShotClock Producer – Jagger Corcione Production Manager – Louis Moreschi DP – Cory Burmester Creative Consultants – Chris Villa, Garrett Bruce 3D Animation – Reduciano VFX – Black Hat VFX / Rick Lancaster Editors – Gibson Hazard, Kenny Shimm, Chris Villa Sound Design – Gibson Hazard, Ayo Doudson, Reduciano Production Coordinator – Maryam Eldeeb Production Coordinator – Frank Scott Office Coordinator – Teresa Plascencia 1st AD – Marc Kelly 2nd AD – Ian Kelly 2nd 2nd AD – Deighton McKoy 1st AC – Manny Rodriguez 2nd AC – Percio Luciano 1st AC – Dan Rodriguez 2nd AC – Lawrence Odusanya Steadicam – David Quateman Gimbal Tech – Keith Ferreira Drone Op – Aero Cine Gaffer – Wayne McElroy BBE – Mike Intile Electric – Eddie Lorenzo, Claire Halloran, Jonathan Charles Board Op – Ki Hwang Key Grip – Patrick Pockets BBG – Ace Vargas Grip – Ben LeMon, Joshua Deveaux, Jessenia Zambrano Production Designer – Ilana Portney Art Coordinator – Hailee Mcclelland Art Assistant – Syédah Butler Art PA – Emily Simon Truck PA – Jariel Maria Office PA – Madison Baker Set PA - Dash Porter, Victor DeCastro, AJ Roberts, Mike Lee, Peter Aiken, Shawn Aiken, Cody Terreson, Alex McPartland Pass Van Driver - Sabrina Alvarez Moho Driver - Abel Figueroa Titles – Reduciano Colorist - Josh Bohoskey, Matt Osborne Lil Uzi Vert Grooming – Tenelle Veira Label – Atlantic Records Dance created by @drewjeeezy Special thanks to Michael Simpson Street videographers: @liambs_ @ihatemiguelsierra @Sisk.jpeg @Sisk.jpeg @sugarplumflicks @erickgonz @Ceexus @juancarlosleonjr @shotbycharlie Special thanks to our TikTok dancers! @drewjeeezy @akuatherockstar @kai_Cenat @itsromebaby @usimmango @lilhuhofficial @kai_Cenat @rony_boyy @jubi2fye @Yvngflickk @Yvngflickk #LilUziVert #JustWannaRock Subscribe for more official content from Lil Uzi Vert ➤ Listen to Best of Lil Uzi Vert playlist ➤ Watch Lil Uzi Vert’s Official Music Videos ➤
Ep 05 - Coney Island, Brooklyn - STREETS BY AIR - (4K Drone of NYC, New York, NYC Drone)

Ep 05 - Coney Island, Brooklyn - STREETS BY AIR - (4K Drone of NYC, New York, NYC Drone)

Streets By Air - Ep. 05 (Coney Island, Brooklyn) Nestled away from Manhattan, beneath Gravesend and in between Brighton Beach and Sea Gate, lies Coney Island, and the magnificence of it's attractions which still stand today. 🎠🎢🎡🗼🌊🇺🇸 New Yorkers, and the world beyond, know Coney for it's beaches and historical amusement parks, featuring classic rides like the Cyclone, Thunderbolt, and Wonder Wheel. Along with it's lively boardwalk, filled with some of the most unique people and family-fun activities you will find in Brooklyn. During the late 1800s, amusement parks began growing all over the country, and Coney Island quickly became the largest and most popular. The neighborhood grew, and by the first decade of the 1900s, Coney Island was seen as "a top getaway", and "a symbol of Americans' increasing pride". This momentum continued through WWII, but afterwards became a relic, after years of neglect and deconstruction. The area soon became a focus of development and urban planning. The beach and attractions slowly began losing visitors to beaches on Long Island. Developers moved in to build middle income housing and more residential buildings, after demolishing old parks and lots. Attempts were made to bring back the famed boardwalk and amusement parks, but most didn't succeed. Crime, poverty, and lack of hope for the area to re-develop played a big part in it's hiatus. The 1970s and 80s brought a lot more drugs and violence into the neighborhood. Today, poverty and crime still do persist in CI, something the neighborhood has been working hard to combat. Throughout the 2000s, the projects pushed forward and eventually Luna Park was reconstructed, the New York Aquarium was expanded, and many more attractions were brought back to kickstart a new era for the Brooklyn neighborhood. Today, you can still eat at the original Nathan's Hot Dogs, catch a Brooklyn Cyclone's game, watch live performances at the Amphitheater, ride the Wonder Wheel at Luna Park, or just walk the boardwalk into the evening. Summertime in the city can mean a rush of residents flocking to the sands of Coney Island for a soak in the water or sun. Music, family, food, swimming, and good old fashioned leisure still exist here.

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