Christopher B. Lee, also known as Krasp born January 27, 1975 (1975-01-27) (age 36), is an American musician, and the drummer from metal band Downset as well as Jodoh, Filth Rotten, Social Justice, Drunk With Power, Adema, and others.

Born in Torrance, Ca. and raised in Sylmar, Ca. Lee started on pots, pans, boxes, and air drums as early as 3. At age 5 his late father saw interest and bought him a Toys R Us drum kit for Christmas. The kit did not last long, but a passion for drumming did. Taking some snare lessons in fifth grade and getting his first real kit in the summer of '86 so he could start a band, His motivation drove him to be on a performing level and joined a local band from Sylmar called Social Justice in April 1991 that started up in the late 80s, and at the time he was also playing in a band with current Death By Stereo guitarist Dan Palmer called Bottom Line. Social Justice morphed into downset. and a buzz began. downset. caught the attention of Mercury /PolyGram Records and released their self titled debut in 1994 and sophomore release in 1996.

Upon a temporary departure in the summer of 1998 from downset., Lee began getting involved in numerous side projects including Adema, Drunk With Power, and his own, Jodoh, a blend of edgy rock and reggae.

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