Dear ni99as and white ni99as,
we go on with the next round. Today we continue with a man people say it wasn’t hard for him to grab the mic and represent. Probably cuz hip-hop’s been running through his veins ever since. We’re talking about Breez Evahflowin’.
MC Breez was a founding member of the rap collective “Stronghold” (Poison Pen, LIFE Long etc., most known due to C-Rayz Walz in my opinion to be honest). He emerged as a leading force in the New York and national battle rap scenes during the late ’90s and was crowned National Grand Champion at the Blaze Battle Competition in ‘99. However, to this day Breez has remained relatively unknown and low key. He generated popularity slowly with his EP’s (“Pro-Files”, “Fly”), LP’s (“Troublemakers” with Dirt E Dutch, “Breez deez Treez” and his goodbye album “As he goes on…” in ’10) and a big ass full of 12 inches (“Forsaken”, “I heard it”, “Refined” etc.). We check out his 12 inch “Between dah seams” today and listen to his cut “I love Hip-Hop” cause that’s what we do too! The beat was done by the good old Fakts Uno who you certainly already have heard of somehow, be it for some of his production for many artists or his group the Perceptionists together with Mr. Lif and Akrobatik. Is this rap shyt worth more than gold? Breez might give an answer:
Breez Evahflowin – I Love Hip-Hop (Prod. by DJ Fakts One)