DJ Scratch Lets Fuse Dig In The Crates (Video)

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DJ Scratch is one of the more versatile, yet under-sung producers in Hip-Hop. A major DJ component in the late ’80s-through-’90s iteration of EPMD, Scratch was a turntablism award-winner who learned under Jam Master Jay, before tackling production. In the 2000s, Scratch produced hits for Busta Rhymes, 50 Cent, and Bumpy Knuckles.

A three-time Grammy Award winner, the New Yorker joins guys like DJ Premier, Pete Rock, and Lord Finesse as a master of many skills and mediums within Hip-Hop.

In their latest “Crate Diggers” series, FUSE sits down with the funky technician:

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