An oft-cited impact among DJs, Philadelphia’s Money Money (given birth to Jerome Hewlett) is credited with creating among the important scratches from the turntable talent — the transformer scuff. The ever-self-effacing Money Cash credits another DJ, Spinbad, using the invention, but historians/trainspotters of the proper execution say that Money Money was the main one to master it. His mixes graced a lot of Sleeping Handbag Records’ produces and his record with MC Wonderful (Marvin Berryman), Where’s the Party At?, arrived over the label in 1988. Since that time he provides competed internationally, earning the esteemed DJ World Tournament in the past due ’80s and getting called Greatest DJ in the Globe. If that wasn’t honor more than enough, turntable producer Technics made Money Money the initial inductee in to the DJ Hall of Popularity in 1998.