Fusing the cadences of modern hip hop with the style of classic wordplay, Breezay has found a way, through lyricism, to narrate a tale of hardship, endurance, and prevalence. The Baltimore-bred emcee, has a ow that mimics the sophistication of Jay-Z, the passion of Tupac, charisma of Nas, and a style comparable to Diddy’s. His music uses the aesthetics of trap-styled bangers, to chronicle a testimony of an urban tale. “I like soul samples over 808s and shit with amboyantly witty lyrics.” After making the decision to leave school and hustle his way to a career in music, Breezay was able to use his street sense and business savvy to get a jumpstart in the game.
In 2015, in conjunction with Rocksmith, he released his self-titled EP, "Keep It Breezay", now available on Tidal, Apple Music, Google Play and all your available online music outlets. Even with the stigma of growing up in inner-city Baltimore, Breezay’s motto is “Keep it Breezay,” expressing his intensity through his bars. Breezay's intellect and versatility have allowed him to grace stages beyond his hometown, performing for crowds at Atlanta's A3C Hip Hop Festival, Austin's South by Southwest, and more recently conquering the big screen. In 2018 Breezay will be making his acting debut in Matt Portereld’s anticipated lm, Sollers Point, and will also be featured on the soundtrack. Keep your eyes and ears open for the impact and inuence of Breezay.