Shootyz Groove is a rap rock band from The Bronx, New York City, New York.

Formed in 1992, the band originally consisted of Donny on guitar, Spec on bass guitar, Dose on drums, and their two MCs Sense and Season. Within two years the band had a record deal with Mercury Records and released a live EP (recorded in Queens) in 1994, with their first full length album, Jammin' in Vicious Environments (J.I.V.E.), released a year later on vinyl and CD. In support of their album, Shootyz Groove toured with many acts on both ends of their musical spectrum, including Slayer, Boogie Down Productions and 311.

By 1995, bass guitarist Spec had left the band, they were no longer with Mercury Records, and they released their hard-to-find live album, Live J.I.V.E.. After recruiting a new bass guitar player, Paul "Freak Love", and thanks to frequent touring, the band was signed by Roadrunner Records. In 1997, they released their first Roadrunner Records album, Hipnosis.

Shootyz Groove then moved to Reprise Records and resurfaced two years later with High Definition and gained popularity with single "L Train". Shootyz Groove broke up after this album, some of the members starting a band called Dead Fly Syndrome. In 2004, Shootyz Groove reappeared. They have released a demo of "Heard That All Before" taken from their forthcoming[when?], untitled album on their website. In early versions of iTunes, "L Train" was bundled.

Some of their tracks, including "Blow Your Top" and "Mad For It", were included in the PlayStation game, Street Skater 2. "Mad For It" was also featured in the game Shaun Palmer's Pro Snowboarder. Apparently, no one gives rats patooty about this group considering they faded off from the face of the earth and eventually signed to a japanese label.