Psycho Les

Dj/Producer/Actor/Mc (and now president of his own independent label). Originating in Queens he was influenced by by the likes of Run DMC, LL Cool J, Beastie Boys, Native Tongues, Public Enemy/ Bomb Squad, Kool G Rap, Marly Marl, DJ Red Alert, DJ Chuck Chillout, James Brown, & Michael Jackson. He is primarily known as being 1/2 of the World Famous Beatnuts. After many albums (including his solo project “Psycho Therapy”) & being signed to 5 different labels he’s decided to launch his own record company, Pit Fight Entertainment. This hip-hop label will bring together some of your favorite Mc’s while breaking new artist you won’t believe you’ve waited so long to hear. Plus it will all still be sprinkled with some good ol’ Psycho humor!

Les has Worked with Mos Def, Fat Joe, Inspectah Deck, Big Pun, Freeway, D Dot (Madd Rapper), Fat Man Scoop, Greg Nice, Tony Touch, Chi-Ali, Voltio, Biz Markie, Dead Prez, (Mad) Skillz, Carl Thomas, Jomanda, Cheryl Pepsi Riley, Common, Violator Records, Big City, El Gant, Screwball, Triple Seis, Mc Lyte, Pete Nice, Pos K, Method Man, & Akon,(just to name a few). The label also plans to give a chance at stardom to an up and coming artist that believes he/she/they have what it takes to represent the PitFight Brand. Information on how to audition however will only be released exclusively. Psycho Les is still on tour with Beatnuts and spinning at venues worldwide. He does it all for the fans and thanks everyone for continued loyalty and support.


Hip Hop has been a part of his life for as long as he can remember. First introduced to him at age seven in the local parks of Brooklyn, New York he wrote his first lyrics at age ten.

Jeru the Damaja (born Jeru Davis) aka D. Original Dirty Rotten Scoundrel was born and raised in the East New York section of Brooklyn where the everyday occurrences around him from an early age later became the source from which his rhymes flow. Jeru created and took on the persona of “the Damaja” (because he damages the mic) that is part conscious truth teller and part true to the streets Brooklyn hard rock. Jeru the Damaja hooked up with DJ Premiere and Guru, collectively known as Gangstarr, shortly after they moved to New York on the late 1980’s.

Jeru introduced his unique “hardcore conscious” style to hip-hop audiences on “I’m the Man” a track on Gangstarr’s 1992 Daily Operations album. In 1993 he cemented his place in the hip-hop world by releasing the now classic single “Come Clean” from his legendary album, The Sun Rises in the East. The Wrath of the Math was released two years later which included the hit singles “Ya Playin’ Yaself” and “Me or the Papes” and Jeru the Damaja was proclaimed the savior of hip-hop due to his honest and straight forward critique of the state of hip-hop music. In 2000 Jeru released Heroz 4 Hire completely autonomously, from the production of the album to its release on his independent label KnowSavage Records Jeru’s second independent album Divine Design on his new label Ashenafi Records featuring production by new producers Ed Dantez and Sabor and the new classics singles “WAR” and “Don’t Get it Twisted” featuring Lil’Dap from the Group Home.

Jeru’s third independent release Still Risin’ hit stores mid-2007. Taking his music to a new level by creating a style that is fusion of years of life experience translated to lyrical content set to rugged, real production. Still Risin was arefreshing appeal to intellect from a real life, everyone can relate to point of view.

Jeru has one of the most consistent tour schedules in hip hop and has performed extensively throughout the United States, Europe, South America, Asia and Africa. In between tours Jeru has done joint projects with Grammy nominated UK group Groove Armada, DJ Cut Killa, French actor Doudou Masta , and DJ Honda from Japan. He also worked with platinum Polish group Slums Attack and received a platinum plaque for this collaboration. Jeru has recently added Photographic artist to his resume. Jeru’s had songs on Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 4, True Crime: New York City and GTA IV video games, as well as collaborating with OG street skater Josh Kalis and DCshoes. Jeru was also named on of the 50 Greatest Emcees in Kool Mo Dee’s book “There Is a God On the Mic” and is looking forward to continuing that legacy in the future.

Through nearly twenty celebrated years in the music business Jeru has established himself as a multitalented, multifaceted artist and businessperson.