Crazy DJ Bazarro was born in Brooklyn, NY, and started DJing and producing at the age of 14. He made a name for himself DJing at community centers, block parties, and baby showers in his neighborhood, then produced his first record, Rhoda, in 1991 Kendon Records.
Bazarro went on to learn more about producing while working with the legendary Patrick Adams of Power Play Studios and began traveling the world in the year 2000 to spin for Apani B Fly and Jean Grae, which brought him in contact with numerous hip hop artists from various countries. Since then, he's toured with artists such as The Roots, Planet Asia, 2mex, Murs, Mos Def, Talib Kweli, Pharoach Monche, K'naan, Ghostface Killah, and Dysfunkshunal Familee.
In 2007, he took his producing and DJ skills, along with his personality, to radio. Now he's a one-man wrecking crew who also promotes for other artists, as well as working as a producer, director, editor, and sometimes manager. A hard worker with a humble attitude, he's the DJ that gets the job done no matter what -- that's why they call him crazy.
Nooo! The summer is going quick. Hurry up and have your good times. LOL! We are here to help, with a dope episode of Latin Hip Hop for the whole world to enjoy. Let's go!!! Hot fun in the summertime, despite all this madness. Just be clean, and be careful. Stay focused.
Hey everybody! What's good?? Yeah you know it, another episode of this worldly show, BTR World Hip Hop show. Yep, got some treats for you. Ahh man, make sure you check the banger "Good cop, Bad cop". Already letting you know what's going on in the police force, Napoleon rocking on the track. Also Kosha Dillz just chilling, looking for his homies. Silence the 5th bringing you that Brain Food all the way from Puerto Rico.. Let's go!!
Yeah, welcome to the super reggaeton party of JULY!!!! There's going to be a whole lot of dancing 6ft apart from each other. The backyard party, the front stoop party and a party in the streets where there's a lot more room. Just make sure you have permission, nah mean? Yeah hit play, let's rock. Lots of energy coming from the artist El Super Nuevo. Let's go!!!
Yeah um, not to be in people's business, lol. Last week though, when news is news, I learned a new word called "Entanglement". So on this mix I wanted to untangle some music and disentangle some beats & lyrics. Also do some unsnarling of mixes into other mixes. Seriously, we got some good music here to feed your soul, hit you with that fire. It's hump day, we we're here helping you try to make it through the rest of the week, we got you!! Let's go!!!
Live outta BTR Live Studio - the Crazy one, Bazarro, finally had a chance to track down the super busy, ill-lyrical, multi-talented artist: Napoleon Da Legend! Straight from the motherland of East Africa, he came to America at a young age - one day he heard hip-hop being played on the radio and kaboom he already knew what he wanted to do for the rest of his life. After a brief stint honing his skills in the Washington, D.C. area. He moved to the home of hip-hop, NYC. Taking his talent to the next level, Napoleon has been rising to new heights every year since his music career started. We sat Napoleon down to get to know the lyrical genius, and for an exclusive live session from his home. Let's listen!
Charles de Gualle EP is available now, with French and English versions of all tracks.
Watch Napoleon Da Legend's performance of "Black Privilege" for BTR Live Studio.
Summertime is still here, so you know people want to be outside and party. It's ok to stay home and party in your back and front yards. Turn the music up loud in the house and start that BBQ. We still have to practice social distancing, and avoid big crowds around the country, and one day soon we will be back to the club and big live concerts. Party with me right now, despite all the madness. We can have a good time and be careful all at the same time. Let's go!!
This week we're listening to music by Kin4life, Delila Black, and Mackenzie Shivers. There's also some poetry in the mix, which discusses being Black in America and all the things we used to do during… | listen