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Breez Evahflowin – Breez Treez Free
December 16, 2009, 2:17 pm
Filed under: Downloads, Music

Following up on the success of his critically acclaimed Breez Deez Treez, New York MC Breez Evahflowin is out to demonstrate he’s back for good, offering a new “free-p” of music to show his gratitude to the fans, critics, and blogs who helped make his latest album such a positive success.

Breez Treez Free is a free downloadable EP, featuring the original DJ Static premixes of When You Fall and I Failed. As founding members of the underground Stronghold rap collective, Breez and DJ Static bring us back to the beginnings – before the accomplished battle MC took a hiatus in the mountains of North Carolina to pen Breez Deez Treez.

Giving listeners a taste of both past and future, the free download also features exclusive Daveytree remixes of Money Don’t Love Me, Tryin To Hold On and Matador, originally released on the Breez Evahflowin and Dirt. E. Dutch collaboration Troublemakers.

Rounding out the free offering is a bonus freestyle track, which finds Breez back in “Loud-ass Midtown Manhattan,” reflecting on the creation of Breez Deez Treez and looking toward the future. Featuring shout-outs to all the people who made the CD possible, from Bay Area producer Deezlee and MCs Dojah and Symphonic, to longtime friends and Harlem-based Swave Sevah and Ike P. Breez also hints at things to come with a forthcoming new project in collaboration with producer Daveytree expected to be released in Fall 2010 on Domination Recordings.

Breez Treez Free [download]

Breez Evahflowin: website / MySpace

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dope, thanks!

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