East london rapper #crazytitch was one of the first wave of grime mcs in 03-04 to make a impact on the scene featuring songs like 'i can see u' and 'sing along' On channel 'U' giving him alot of notice. As well as being part of grime group #boyzindahood. His childhood was less then normal and for whatever reasons he was livng with his grandmother along with his brother durrty goodz , durrty talks in his song 'letter to titch' that his grandma would beat 'titch' with a belt until he eventually ended up running away. Durrty would not see his brother for another 10 years, they didnt even recognise each other until meeting again at a mc event and coming first and second place then after being introduced by a mutual friend. crazy spent 5 years in aylesbury young offenders during some of these years and feltham yoi for a series of minor crimes and robberys. He was released in 2003 which led him to focus on his music career and soon became a top tier mc in londons grime scene clashing the likes of wiley and dizzee rascal beef which saw them have a altercation on the conflict dvd. Later in 2006 he was convicted along with his stepfather of the murder of richard holmes in chingford hall estate. he was murdered with a mac 10 machine gun and handgun. crazy released a mixtape featuring p money and hosted by ghetts in 2010 from prison studios he converted to islam and is said to be a influencial prisoner. what are peoples thoughts on crazy titch career? what happened and what he will do upon release? please like comment share subscribe scarcitystudios.co.uk catch our music news on #hot92.net or fm radio the biggest underground radio in birmingham for the #musicnews 10-12 tuesdays twitter.com/scarcitystudios instagram.com/scarcitystudios soundcloud.com/scarcitystudios Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for fair use for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use.