Two of the biggest pillars in the Detroit Hip-Hop community have come together to bring out a brand new LP for lovers of the culture across the world! DJ Butter & The World Famous DJ Dez Andres have released their joint album entitled “A Piece Of The Action” featuring guest appearances from artist such as Kool G. Rap, Elzhi, Pacewon, Guilty Simpson, Kurupt, Hell Rell, Phat Kat, Kokane, Boldy James, Fuzz Scoota, BO$$, Big Rube, Street Lord Juan, Syruz Grizm & Lady Syruz, Mu, Dogmatic, Wesley Valentine, Big Tone, Seven The General, Loe Louis, VStylez, Supa Emcee, Strike & Journalist 103 (Mountain Climbaz), KonPhlict over Dj Butter & Dj Dez productions!

DJ Dez has been on the music since for almost 2 Decades strong and representing his Cuban Descent to the fullest. Raised in Los Angeles for part of his life and lived mostly in Detroit (7 Mile), this pioneer is a complex individual. Dez has rocked parties in Japan, London, Europe and all over the United States. He has toured and played with groups such as, Ozomatli, D-12, Gorilla Funk Mobb, Common and Davini to list a few. Dez says, “We just making good music and trying to make, Dilla, Proof and Blade Icewood proud.” Dez has lended his skills to tracks for artists such as the late J-Dilla, Lenny Kravitz, Charlie 2NA, Erykah Badu, Phat Kat, Vstyelz, Merciless Ameer, Elzhi,and Amp Fiddler to list.

Dez is also the founder of the legendary DJ Crew, 12 Tech Mob. Not to mention he has released several techno records under his alias, Andres on the label, Mahogani Music.

DJ Dez also rhymes under the alias, Sylvio Vega, with appearances on DJ Butter’s first album, Kill The DJ with cohort, Swift of D-12 on a track called, “We Don’t Need You” and with his former crew, Da Enna C and with emcee, Spudd Spliff. The legend has made appearances on Conan O’ Brian show, Jay-Leno, Soul Train, Sex In The City, Dave Chappelle show and appeared in a GM Automobile advertisement with, Slum Village. After getting of the road touring with, Cold Steel (Elzhi and Phat Kat) and suffered the lost of his grandmother, whom raised him. “That was my backbone, she was strong to the end.” In 2014 him and partner DJ Butter decided to put their music hustle together to deliver the real Hip-Hop from Motown and now get a dose of these ultimate B-Boys!

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Born and raised in Detroit but attended school in Highland Park, MI most of his childhood. Butter relocated to Oak Park, MI to attend High School after his best friend , Partick “Illy Ill” was killed while selling crack. He eventually united with his Highland Park Friends, T.K.O. and Ounce. The crew eventually parted ways and Butter exploded on the mixtape circuit. DJ Butter eventually released one of the first magazine to launch from Detroit entitled, FUNKFRESHINTHAFLESH.

Butter has rocked shows with artists such as, E-40, Junior Reid, Jim Jones, D-12, Big Herk and Detroit’s infamous, Street Lordz and has toured the United States with Detroit’s Rap Pioneer, Esham. For Almost two decades he formed his label, Crazy Noise Productions releasing projects on Wesley Valentine, Young Black Profezzionalz and his DJ Butter franchise. He has also lend his hand on to VH1, BET and MTV with video production showcasing Detroit Rap Scene. Butter has released over 200 mixtape titles to date, with mixtape features in magazines such as, The Source, Murder Dog and to list.

His first major release on his label, “Kill The DJ” and second release, “Shit Happens” “Welcome To Shitsville” was released under his indie label, CNP, which featured artists such as, Royce Da 5’9, Obie Trice, Guilty Simpson, King Gordy and Several other A-List emcees appeared on Butter mixes before they hit mainstream. Butter says “I had a lot of Ups and Downs in the D, but I love it here.” DJ Butter has produced tracks for almost the entire Detroit Hip-Hop Scene and is currently building the brand for Rapper, Wesley Valentine. He also raps under the alias, Mister Clean and finally has joined forces with his childhood friend, DJ Dez.

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