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About Breez Evahflowin
A founding member of the Stronghold underground rap collective, Breez Evahflowin (born Enrique DaSilva) emerged as a leading force in the New York and national battle rap scenes during the late ’90s, and was crowned the national grand champion of the famed Blaze Battle competition in 1999. During his freestyle rap days, Breez released his own independent solo 12-inch “Forsaken” in 1996, which appeared on the BBE Music compilation Hip-Hop Forever (1998) by DJ/producer Kenny Dope. In the early 2000s, Breez recorded singles for an assortment of different indie labels, including the Boston-based Detonator Records, as well as contributing a slew of guest appearances on records and tours. During his tenure, Breez has worked with several underground rap artists including Vast Aire, Slug, Chali 2na and the Molemen. Breez released his own solo EP “Fly” on Just Be Records in 2003 and then teamed up with Eric Krasno from Soulive in 2004 and created the EP Mic & The Music. Breez Evahflowin’s first proper full-length album “Troublemakers” – a collaboration with producer Dirt E. Dutch – was released on Little Ax Media in 2008, followed by the critically acclaimed Breez Deez Treez released on Domination Recordings in 2009.
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