The Future

Breeze

The Future
Performed By Breeze
Album UPC 634479970863
CD Baby Track ID 5805675
Label Harlem Station Recordings
Released 2008-01-01
BPM 127
Rated 0
ISRC usl4q0845465
Year 2008
Spotify Plays 38
Writers
Writer Kirt Godfrey
Pub Co Sounds of M Publishing
Composer Kirt Godfrey
Clearance Sync & All Media Uses
Rights Controlled Master and Publishing Grant
Rights One-Stop: Master + 100% Pub Grant
Original/Cover/Public Domain original
Country United States - NY - New York City

Description

Breeze delivers a 16 track, beautifully crafted LP that is nothing short of elemental, from deep tech house to hard-hitting New York tribal club anthems. Documenting a journey of self-discovery, Breeze gives us something to think about. This is the story

Notes

New York City's very own Breeze delivers is second full-length album on our label. This record truly represents the culmination of almost 2 years of non-stop work which started with the perennial "Welcome To No-York" which brought a definite resolution on who Breeze wanted to work with on this album.

A full year with weekly studio sessions later, with the invaluable and so necessary Undah-Dub, this project was finally completed and definitely captures the creative and artistic growth and journey that Breeze has been blazing in his career.

With various producers, remixers and featured vocalists, Rise showcases the New York crop of talent that are leading the way in the city's revival sound.

With a wide range of standouts like "Don't Want To Lose You", a plea for loved ones and keeping close the things that matter most to the things and people who don't matter at all, such as the very tongue-in-cheek "Slutty Pooh" your feet won't stop dancing and your brain will be equally engaged throughout. The super hip and ridiculously fun "Afroboogie" featuring Sunshine, will burn the dance floors up with no room for recovery. Be aware and be prepared.

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