|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Kill The DJ||26||Audio||2000||Crazy Noise Productions|
|2||Defending The Crown (Volume 1)||20||Audio||Make It Count Records|
Detroit hip-hop producer.CEO and DJ. He has worked with a cast of Detroit rappers (including members of D12) and producers on his label, Crazy Noise Productions. His first album, "Kill the DJ," featured Eminem, Paradime, Almighty Dreadnaughtz and Royce Da 5'9". He has spun hip-hop at St. Andrews, Club International, and the Motor Lounge.
DJ Butter started DJ-ing when he was 12. His dad bought him one Technics 1200s turntable and he bought the other. He began to play house parties in Highland Park and Puritan Avenue. At 14, he began to DJ for Sudden Strength, a hip-hop group with rappers Ounce, Bandit and Illy-Ill. He then went on to become D12's first DJ in 1999, spinning at the Majestic Theatre, Latin Quarters, Lush and the Scribble Jam in Cincinnati. He says he has produced more than 200 rappers from Detroit that include Miz Korona, King Gordy, Obie Trice and the Mountain Climbaz. DJ Butter has also gained notoriety in hip-hop circles for an underground magazine he started while a high school senior: Funkyfreshintheflesh.