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Stezo first appeared on the hip-hop scene as a dancer for the group EPMD. He appeared in the video for EPMD's single "You Gots to Chill" from their 1988 album Strictly Business. After this experience Stezo sought a career as a hip-hop artist on his own.
In 1989, Stezo signed a record deal with Sleeping Bag Records and released his debut album Crazy Noise. Stezo handled all rapping and production on the album. It was fairly successful commercially, charting at #37 on the Billboard R&B albums chart, and received praise for its very funky production and on-point rapping. The album's two singles both charted on Billboard's Hot R&B/Hip-Hip Chart.
Despite the success of his debut album, Stezo didn't release more music for five years. In 1994, he released the single "Bop Ya Headz"/"Shining Star". Then in 1997, he released his follow-up album Where's the Funk At. The album received little attention and did not chart. In 2005, Stezo released a third album, C.T. (The Lost State), paying homage to his home state of Connecticut.
- Crazy Noise (1989) #37 Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Albums
- Where's the Funk At (1997)
- C.T. (The Lost State) (2005)
|Year||Title||Hot Rap Songs||Hot R&B/ Hip-Hop||Dance Club Songs|
|1989||"To The Max"||-||-||39|
|"It's My Turn"||18||57||-|
|"Freak The Funk"||-||85||-|
|1994||"Bop Ya Headz"||-||-||-|
|1996||"Where's The Funk At"||-||-||-|
|"Time Ta Blow Ya Mine"||-||-||-|
|2004||"Piece Of The Pie"||-||-||-|