Although born in Nicaragua, Aristh Delgado — better-known as DJ Craze — grew up in Miami, where bass rules hip-hop and scratching is its most eloquent expression. Craze is one of the most accomplished of turntablists, with over a dozen competition titles to his name, including a record three consecutive World DMC Championship titles. His first album, Crazee Musick, was released on San Francisco’s Bomb Hip Hop in 1999. A second solo album, Scratch Nerds, was released in 2002, but solo scratch sagas aren’t Craze’s only credits. He’s also a member of turntable crew the Allies, who released D-Day in 2000.
~ Wade Kergan, Rovi