Hailing from Jamaica, Queens, Skribble (born Scott Ialacci) always wanted to make music and "rock a crowd." And that's what he has been doing for almost two decades. He is prominently known as MTV's versatile DJ, spinning a mix of hip-hop, dance, house, reggae and anything that gets the crowd going, which, according to him, is the sole purpose a DJ. He has toured and collaborated with artists like the Notorious B.I.G., the Fugees, Pink, the Chemical Brothers, the Jungle Brothers, Primus and Anthrax among others. Skribble has also provided the groove for MTV shows including "Sisqo's Shakedown," "MTV Jams," "The Grind," "The Daily Burn," "Yo! MTV Raps," the annual Spring Break festivities, and "Global Groove," which starred him at the turntables and people around the world and at home dancing to his mixes.He more recently got the chance to fulfill another one of his dreams: pimpin' your ride. A self- proclaimed "car nut," Skribble took his love for cars a step further last June when he opened his very own Auto Spa in South Ozone Park. He has brought the concept of a spa, where you go to get pampered, and applied it to cars. "This is something that I've been wanting to do for a long time," said Skribble as excited as a kid talking about his latest toy.But for Skribble, your car is serious business. He says that the goal of his auto spa, the first shop in the East Coast to be featured on MTV's "Pimp My Ride," is to "give your car a full-on makeover." With services that include audio installation, car detailing and anything else you can do to a car, Skribble said his spa has an "amazing staff" that will even pick up and deliver your car at your convenience (for more info, check out their website at www.skribb
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