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.
The other night, me and my son were watching all these end of the world scenarios on youtube. I don't know why? But I feel the end of the world is no where in sight. We've survived so many things, so why now? Anyway, we rock for the world. We gather artists from around the world, and bring you great mixes. World Hip-Hop. We support great music no matter where it's from. Listen for yourself. You tell me.
Um yeah, if you live in NYC you will witness a couple of rainy days this week. Well, I'm here to bring sunshine to the mood with this new reggaeton mix. We got Mark B on deck, Daddy Yankee, Tego Calderon and Mala Rodriguez. Plus more in store for you. So tonight, if it's not too wet outside go out and party, this mix is the pre-party. You've worked hard all week, let's get all the kinks out ya body and hit that dance floor. Let's go.. Enjoy your weekend..
So yeah, this New York weather is driving me crazy. One day it's 90 degrees, the next day it drops down to the low 60's. My body hates that. Sometimes it's very hard to dress for this unpredictable NY weather. I know, you're like "so what" lol. So on this mix, the beat changes up like this wild NY weather. We're going to flip it just like that. Fast, slow, and midtempo, just to throw you off a little bit. Still no excuses for you not to dance. Plus, the weather never stops New Yorkers from having a good time. This mix isn't only for NY though, it's for the whole world..LOL. Let's go!!!
I know, you see the titles? You like "J3 from Rio"? Hilltop Hoods still doing it? Yep. I told you this shit don't stop. LOL. Welcome to another bomb episode of World Hip-Hop. Even Ghislain Poirier drops a bomb track called "Bomb The Blocks". Bazarro in the mix. You will not get upset about this mix. Let's rock and Shock!!!
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