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Carl Dobson (born 17 May, 1983 in Chingford, East London), better known by his stage name Crazy Titch, is a British grime MC currently serving a life sentence for the murder of Richard Holmes in Chingford.

Having previously spent five years in Aylesbury (HM Prison) for robbery, handling stolen goods, theft, burglary and criminal damage; Dobson turned his attention to music, and secured a support role with D12. He gained underground fame due to his membership of grime collective Boys In Da Hood, which included various artists including half-brother Durrty Goodz.

Amongst his better known work was Sing Along (2004) and Gully on which he collaborated with Sugababes' Keisha Buchanan. He also produced a documentary entitled Crazy Times Vol.1, and appeared on the grime mixtape Practice Hours. In 2006 he made an appearance as himself along with many other MCs on the Channel 4 show Dubplate Drama.

The East London rapper's most popular hit was I Can C U, receiving heavy airplay on Channel AKA.

Dobson and his stepfather Anthony Green were sentenced to life imprisonment for the murder of 21 year old Richard Holmes on the Chingford Hall estate in Chingford in November 2006. Possibility for parole was set at a minimum of 30 years by which time he will be in his fifties. [1] The Mac-10 submachine gun used in the murder was found four years after the killing; in February 2009 a local drug dealer was sentenced to seven years imprisonment for its possession.[2]


  1. ^ Two jailed over rap lyrics murder, BBC News, last accessed 14 October, 2007.
  2. ^ Kennard, Julia Drug dealer's Mac-10 machine gun was one of arsenal of converted weapons,, retrieved, 30 July, 2009


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