Stoopz n' Breeze
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"5 stars"

Wow, where to begin? I love this album. This is the Detroit hip-hop version of the Miami Vice soundtrack. If you like the '80s and hip-hop, you’ll love this CD. Awesome beats, great horn samples and drums, fiery rhymes, they lay it down hardcore on every single track (which is amazing considering it’s a 19-track album). It's impossible to pick a favorite, yet a standout track is “Eleanor,” which features Stoopz rapping about a group of jewel thieves the duo is trying to apprehend. These guys went with a very original theme for a hip-hop album and pulled it off well. — Max McKenna

- Real Detroit


"Turn Up the Smooth" cd, lp dropping May 26th on Butter Made Music



you've seen them in the streets. you've seen them in the clubs. you've seen them touching your girl... now you can see them on a computer.

Bob Stoopz, most known for being fired from the "we are the world" recording session for sniffing glue, provides the elevator music for this breakthrough lp. Born and raised by wild german shepherds on the streets of Farmington Hills, MI, Stoopz had to learn how to play the keytar at a young age to make ends meet. That wasn't really working out so he decided to reconcile with his wealthy family.

Drew Breeze, a product of numerous foster homes as a youth and the rapping half of the power pop duo, got his big break from a coca-cola commercial and was quickly signed by Disney to be a dancer on Kids Incorporated. After turning to hard drugs, Breeze found himself back in Detroit where he turned out hookers, sold crack and robbed banks. With his life finally back in order, it was a chance encounter with Stoopz at a local Perry drugs store that would eventually culminate into the most notorious criminal partnership of the decade...and also into a hiphop album.

"Turn up the Smooth" is the story of Stoopz and Breeze's exodus from Detroit to Miami and their rise to the top of Dade County's criminal underworld. Along the way, they tangle with female drug lords, sell cocaine to Dan Marino and party with Shalamar. The album features guest appearances by B.L.A.K.E. Eerie, Dak, Baatin the Slumlord, Selfish of the Green Llamas, Ohkang AKA Wendall L. William Jenkins, Dirtee Curt, Ahk, AC Pull, Velvet Krush, Metasyons, and DJ by Pencilface


"You've all known my stance on rappers for the way they portray women as 'bitches' and 'hos', but after I heard Drew Breeze's sexy voice...mmm, mmm...boy, nevermind all that!"-- Oprah Winfrey

"OMG. I just can't get enough of Bob Stoopz and Drew Breeze! Chuh...Their music is like, so awesome!!"-- Puff Diddy

"I dont like Bob Stoopz."-- Wilford Brimley