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Crazy DJ Bazarro
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.

Crazy DJ Bazarro produces BTR World Hip Hop and Latin Hip Hop for BTR. Demos can be sent to crazydjbazarro@gmail.com.
Recent Posts
She’s gorgeous, her flow is pretty and her style is one of a kind. Her name is Drop D, she’s one of my favorite MCs to date, and she’s talking to the one and only Crazy DJ Bazarro. She’s smooth and cool on the camera and the same way on the mic – she can murder you in her soft verse. Originally from LA, she can roll with the best. Listen up for our interview and an exclusive performance recorded at home. Watch Drop D’s exclusive performance of “Let’s Do This/F.I.T.H.” here!
Representing Brooklyn and the Bronx, the one and only group called Manz Rivalz. The name stems from everyday life, which can be competition with anything or anybody. This crew has talent, laid back flows, lyrical content and Mr. Fitzwell can blow a high note in the middle of a rap verse. Silence The 5th – half of the group – says “everyday is a fight against everyone”. In this interview, Crazy DJ Bazarro gets deep like a Brett Favre pass on issues pertaining to music and the pandemic. Time Machine is out now.
It’s Friday! It’s time to have some fun, loosen up and rip off your tie. Actually, you probably already did that because you’re working from home, LOL. Some shock and awe reggaeton mix today from Dj Bazarro. I continue to bring it to you and the entire world wide web. Let’s go!!
My boy called me at 2am this morning and asked me if I was on tour. I looked at the phone like, this dude must be crazy. I yelled into the phone. “Do you see anybody on tour right now?! It’s a damn pandemic.” Come on man. He said “I saw a pic of you on a bus holding a beer, thought you were on tour”. I’m like, “Man I’m 60 pounds lighter in that pic. Wouldn’t you see a tour date posted or a write up on my page?” 2am? To ask me that? Man pay attention. Listen, read and observe. That’s this mix. Listen to the music and lyrics. People take their craft and business serious so read the whole flyer not just the heading. Let’s go!! PAY ATTENTION!!
Wild fires! Cali, I need you to be good & careful. The virus/pandemic! Everyone, be good be safe & stay clean. All this madness continues! Yep, in the midst of it all, you still have to stay focused, clean and on point to survive these hard times. We have some good music to ease the pain and stretch you out a little. I want ya’ll to dance, wiggle and shake where ever you’re at. Come on, let’s try that. Go!!!
Like for instance; The burger in all those commercials doesn’t look like the one you purchased in real life, lol. My favorite is the commercial that claims you’re getting a deal while the little itty bitty small print says otherwise. Not here though! World Hip Hop is exactly what it is. Hip hop from around the world. Get my point? Let’s go!

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