Flint, Michigan Stand Up…”To Drop On A Classic”…Diggler would have to introduce an emcee that came, conquered, and triumphantly made an impression on staining the brains of the hiphop masses in general…”MC Breed” …During the golden era of the 90″s…Breed was thick in the game and extended his roots from the Mid-West to Cali..Then with the debut release of the track..”Ain’t No Future In Your Frontin'”…It soon came Nationally known that the legendary track was soon blasting everywhere in a speaker.
MC Breed’s first album was released with rap group DFC and was entitled MC Breed & DFC for independent record label, SDEG Records. His solo debut was 1992’s 20 Below, after which he released 1993’s The New Breed. He would go on to have a very extensive discography and have a very long career that was at times successful, but he never fully broke into the mainstream. His highest charting album was 1994’s Funkafied, which peaked at #106 on the Billboard Hot 200. Through his career he would align himself with various rap scenes. Early in his career with DFC, he and the group were independents, as one of the first groups out of the midwest. However, later in his career he aligned himself with the West Coast, taking on more of a G-Funk sound and befriending West Coast rapper Too Short. Still later, he realigned himself once again with the Dirty South for 1995’s Big Baller…On May 11, 2006, Breed was sentenced to one year in prison for violating probation in failure to pay over $200,000 in child support. On April 3, 2008, Breed was arrested in Flint, Michigan following an in-store autograph signing session on warrants for about $220,000 in unpaid child support..On September 5, 2008 the rapper was hospitalized and placed on life-support after he collapsed when his kidneys failed during a game of pickup basketball..On November 22, 2008, Breed reportedly died in his sleep while at a friend’s home in Ypsilanti, Michigan…Before his sudden passing, Breed was preparing to release a DVD documentary about his life titled, Where Is MC Breed?. He was also working on a new album, titled The Original Breed: Swag Heavy, which was intended to be releasedAlthough the project was still in development, Breed had reached out to many of his friends to help create the album, such as producers Erotic D, Ant Banks, Jazze Pha, and Colin Wolfe, as well as rappers The D.O.C., Spice 1, and Too Short. Breed stated the album was half finished in September 2008 when he was released from the hospital after being on life support for two days. Breed had recorded his last song two days before his death. It’s called “Everyday I Wait” and features Tha Outlawz Recognition is followed by success..MC Breed was truly the last of dying breed in the way he expressed his lyrical abilities on the microphone..A Definite influence in my musical soundtrack to life in my upbringing…So as result, Just wanted to let you all know…”There Ain’t No Future In Yo Frontin”….Ghea Bang This!
Here’s the sample for the track……
REST IN PEACE….MC BREED (July 12, 1970 – November 22, 2008)