Hip-hop poet Dark Ice began growing his terms of revolution back 1993 when he was referred to as Lamar Manson. A fascinating performer having a pro-family, anti-establishment message, Dark Ice worked well Philadelphia’s coffeehouse and poetry slam circuit hard, making himself a faithful local following on the way. It wouldn’t become a long time before he was acquiring his performances on the highway. At a gig in NEW YORK, hip-hop mogul Russell Simmons captured his act as well as the poet’s search for countrywide reputation kicked into overdrive. Dark Ice continued to seem on five consecutive months from the Simmons-produced Def Poetry Jam for the HBO cable network, which resulted in a starring part in the Tony Award-winning Def Poetry on Broadway. It had been 2004 when he produced his discovery into hip-hop, showing up on both Technique Man’s Tical 0: The Prequel and Pete Rock’s Spirit Survivor II. 2 yrs later he’d team with maker Eric “Booty” Greene and launch his debut recording, The Loss of life of Willie Lynch, for the Koch label.