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Date of Birth July 26, 1968
Age 54 years, 0 months, 29 days
Place of Birth Bristol
Country United Kingdom
Profession Disc Jockey
Horoscope Leo

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Krust net worth, birthday, age, height, weight, wiki, fact 2021-22! In this article, we will discover how old is Krust? Who is Krust dating now & how much money does Krust have?

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Krust Biography

Krust is a famous Disc Jockey, who was born on July 26, 1968 in United Kingdom. Born 26 July 1968 in Bristol England, Krust grew up in Bristol’s Knowle West council estate where he embraced the city’s burgeoning b-boy culture and learnt to breakdance Inspired by hip hop film Wild Style, he set up his first crew Fresh 4 in school who would perform, host competitions and discos at local youth clubs across Bristol. Key members of the collective alongside Krust were his brother J Flynn and friend Paul Southey (Suv) After leaving school, Fresh 4 established themselves in a squat in Bedminster where they would regularly hold parties. According to Astrologers, Krust's zodiac sign is Leo.

In 1992 Fresh 4 disbanded as a group and returned to Bristol. Krust continued to work on music while attending raves in the UK south west region. He released two studio productions during this time with Flynn and Suv under the name Hocus Pocus. These early hardcore tracks were released on Twisted Records, a label financed by Smith & Mighty During this time Krust also ran a citywide bicycle courier company called Catch 22 and, alongside Suv and DJ Die, would also host events in the Bedminster area of Bristol in the same squat that the video for Fresh 4’s Wishing On A Star was filmed in. These squat raves would often hire the Diditek soundsystem run by Carl Williams whose brother, Roni Size, was the engineer

Thompson has been active as a recording artist since his debut single with UK top 10 charting Bristol collective Fresh 4 in 1989. His release rate did, however, slow down between 2008 – 2017 as he studied and established himself in other fields such as Neuro Linguistic Programming and life coaching. While never quitting music entirely, he has been increasingly more active in drum & bass since the re-launch of Full Cycle in 2016. and made a return as a recording artist in 2017 with an Om Unit collaboration called ‘Underground Cinema’ His first full single in 10 years ‘Portal / Concealing Treachery’, was released on Doc Scott’s 31 Records in January 2018.

Thompson released his first drum & bass productions under his Krust alias in 1993. ‘The Resister’ was released on Full Circle Records, a label set up by Krust and Size that changed its name to Full Cycle after its first release. This marked the most prolific chapter of Thompson’s career as a recording artist during which he released a large body of work under a variety of aliases such as Krust, Deceivers, Glamour Gold and Gang Related. He also released numerous collaborations with fellow Full Cycle artists Roni Size, Die and Suv under aliases such as Wings, 3 Way and, later, Kamanchi.

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Thompson moved to London in 2006 and took time out of the music industry in 2008 for a number of years as he “needed to develop in different ways”. He studied neurolinguistic programming and his first non-music business venture was Disruptive Patterns, a lifestyle coaching consultancy launched in 2009 and aimed at translating the ideologies of jungle into other industry sectors Disruptive Patterns workshops and seminars involve advice on time management, overcoming personal challenges, creative thinking, wellness and the development of the working mindset and have been held across music colleges and universities across the UK and venues such as The Barbican and Soho House. They also spawned a run of seminars aimed specifically at new producers called Future Minds

Krust Net Worth

Krust is one of the richest Disc Jockey & listed on most popular Disc Jockey. According to our analysis, Wikipedia, Forbes & Business Insider, Krust net worth is approximately $1.5 Million.

Krust Net Worth & Salary
Net Worth$1.5 Million
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Source of IncomeDisc Jockey
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HouseLiving in own house.

Kirk Thompson (born 26 July 1968), better known by his stage name Krust, is an English drum and bass producer, DJ and co-owner of the Full Cycle record label. Beyond his roles in the music industry, Thompson is also responsible for two businesses: creative consultancy Disruptive Patterns and Amma Life, a CBD oil company he co-owns with Sophia Ali

Thompson moved to London in 2006 and took time out of the music industry in 2008 for a number of years as he “needed to develop in different ways”. He studied neurolinguistic programming and his first non-music business venture was Disruptive Patterns, a lifestyle coaching consultancy launched in 2009 and aimed at translating the ideologies of jungle into other industry sectors Disruptive Patterns workshops and seminars involve advice on time management, overcoming personal challenges, creative thinking, wellness and the development of the working mindset and have been held across music colleges and universities across the UK and venues such as The Barbican and Soho House. They also spawned a run of seminars aimed specifically at new producers called Future Minds

Released in 2006, the album was described by UK music site The Skinny as capturing “every element that Krust has explored throughout his illustrious production career.” Krust has stated in interviews how the album was written during a time of studying philosophy and religion and how tracks such as ‘Belief System’, ‘Choose Consciousness’ and ‘Human Awareness’ were titled to encourage researching their topics

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Inspired by Bristol’s Wild Bunch collective (which comprised members of Massive Attack) Krust’s brother Flynn approached Bristol dub producer Rob Smith with an idea for song which later became Wishing On A Star; a cover of Billie Calvin’s song of the same name that sampled Faze O’s Riding High and James Brown’s Funky Drummer break. The song featured Lizz E on vocals and charted at number 10 in the UK official charts on 7 October 1989 It was the highest charting release to come from the musical movement often referred to as the Bristol scene until Portishead charted at number eight with All Mine in 1997

In 2010 Thompson began to gradually make his return to electronic music and bass culture with his band The Rules with fellow Bristol artist Nick Toots. They released ‘Sign Up’ in 2010 with a remix by drum & bass artist Zen It was released on Krust’s new imprint Rebel Instinct, a label established as “a breeding ground for revolution” and was followed by a selection of digital releases including a various artists EP entitled ‘Transparency’ featuring Need For Mirrors and new material from Thompson under both his Krust and Gang Related aliases and an EP by Benjamin One. Rebel Instinct also introduced George Kurts, a new experimental, non-drum & bass alias from Thompson that has so far released and uploaded a small selection of tracks: ‘Monitor Your Thoughts’ (2012), ‘Big Foot’ (2015) and ‘Mad Paradise’ (2015).

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2016 also saw Thompson collaborate with London artist Om Unit as he featured on ‘Underground Cinema’, an 8-minute track FACT Magazine described as a ‘future classic’ It was followed in 2017 by the release of two previously unreleased dubplates from the mid 90s on Dom & Roland’s ‘Dubs From The Dungeons’ series: ‘Ivory Puzzle’ and ‘Flip It’.

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Krust Ranked on the list of most popular Disc Jockey. Also ranked in the elit list of famous celebrity born in United Kingdom. Krust celebrates birthday on July 26 of every year.

In 2014 Thompson also launched Amma Life, a CBD oil company with business partner Sophia Ali who met Kirk through her work as a therapist at Bristol’s Relaxation Centre Their company creates a wide range of CBD products. The Amma Life website describes their business ethic as wanting to “support people to live creative, happy, healthy lives and to tap into their unrealised potential to live life to the fullest.”

In 2016 Krust’s return to drum & bass developed with the re-launch of Full Cycle with Roni Size. The announcement followed Krust and Roni Size’s first DJ gig together in many years at the BBC’s 6 Music Festival 2016 in Bristol’s Colston Hall Full Cycle launched in March 2016 with ‘Formulate’, a 1996 collaboration with Size that was previously only released on an American label Breakbeat Science and a remix of Krust’s ‘Kloaking Device’ by UK artist Fracture. Krust has stated that Full Cycle still celebrates originality and excitement and how the label is working with artists who “share the same vision as us and can expand the next chapter of Full Cycle.” Artists to appear on the label since its relaunch include Total Recall, Need For Mirrors and D Product.

Thompson then released his first full single release in over 10 years, since the closure of Full Cycle, in January 2018. ‘The Portal’ and ‘Concealing Treachery’ were released on Doc Scott’s 31 Records. Scott stated on Twitter about the release: “There have been many moments as a label owner that I can look back on that make me very proud. But this might be my proudest moment of all.” Resident Advisor’s reviewer Mark Smith also commented that if Krust “can maintain this standard, it’ll be one of the strongest comebacks in drum & bass history.”

It included a bonus CD with a selection of some of Krust’s previous successful tracks such as ‘Guess’, ‘Soul In Motion’, ‘Jazz Note’ and ‘Last Day’. Singles that came off the album included the ‘Hidden Knowledge’ EP, which featured a DJ Zinc remix of past hit ‘Follow Da Vision’ and an instrumental version of ‘New Humans’ and a 12” of ‘Belief System’ / ‘Mystery School’. These were Krust’s last official single releases of the 2000s His last release during this era was a retrospective Full Cycle double mix CD ‘Journey Thru The Cycle’ in 2007. Full Cycle ceased business in 2008. Both Krust and Roni have stated in interviews how the label had run its course for that period and how they needed to take time away from music to focus on their families and future

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