DJ Skribble (born Scott Ialacci; October 10, 1968) is an Italian-American DJ, producer, remixer, radio personality and actor.
In the early 1990s he teamed up with Kamron, ATA, Firstborn, and Tommy Never in Young Black Teenagers, who released two albums before splitting up.
In 1996 he worked with Bill Irwin on the musical Hip Hop Wonderland. He also worked on Wyclef Jean's first album, as well as with another Fugee Lauryn Hill.
Skribble has released several mix albums, including two volumes of Traffic Jams, two volumes of MDMA, Essential Dance 2000 (on Atlantic Records), Essential Spring Break and Skribble's House (both on London-Sire Records) and Perfecto Presents: DJ Skribble (on ThriveDance/Perfecto Records).
Skribble has also worked on MTV's The Grind, Total Request Live, Spring Break, Hip Hop Night and the Millennium Special Live. He has appeared several times on various radio and television shows, and appeared in the 2000 film Turn It Up, credited as 'DJ'. Skribble was also a judge for the 8th annual Independent Music Awards to support independent artists. Read more on Last.fm. last.fm