Djayjung- The go-to party rocker of the collective, Jay Jung embodies the elements of crowd inspiration, while possesing exceptional turntablist skills. Before you know it, its 4 a.m. and you’re still on the floor.
Unkle Chippy- Hands down the most aesthetically inclined, his knowledge of overall music is shown in his sets. UnkleChip bows down to no one and you end up changing your list of favorite songs in the process. Influential indeed by his very nature.
M-POS (M-Possible) – Elite’s veteran, he was the one you were jealous of as he rocked clubs throughout the tri-state ever since the age of 16, with the resume and record collection to show how many years he’s been putting it down. Soft spoken yet hard driven once he sets the needles down, the dj’s favorite dj.
Frankie Five – Dancehall impressario Frankie Five is simply put, “The PantyDropper.” With an array of the newest cuts and classic baby makers, many fall victim to the trance of “whyne selecta.” A very much sought after commodity.
Mike Intellect – His title alone speaks volumes, where he not only cleverly arranges his sets methodically, but can stab that vinyl mercilessly. Without doubt and publicly awarded, he is the most decorated turntablist of the crew.
Naz -Fans of former Artifacts member El the Sensei are familiar of Naz simply on his cutting on the Hip-Hop vet’s records. Reppin’ Secret Society/Art of Digging, Jersey’s most infamous break record squad, his hands speak volumes. With the ability to balance mainstream and underground, he is the most well rounded member of the team.
Sickroc -Youngest and latest acquistion to the squad is Sickroc, who gained notoriety spinning b-boy anthems with the Random Hype crew. Initially only collaborating with Elite, his efficient approach to the tables is well beyond his years and introduces a new generation of heads unfamiliar to the Elite legacy.