A member from the Stronghold underground rap collective, MC Breez Evahflowin (given birth to Enrique DaSilva) was a respected force in the brand new York, in addition to national, fight rap scenes through the past due ’90s. Among other accomplishments, he was crowned the nationwide grand champion from the famed Blaze Fight competition in 1999. While his involvement in fights waned, he aligned himself using the unbiased rap movement which was beginning to consider shape throughout that same time frame. During his freestyle rap times, he was an integral part of several local groupings that released vinyl and also released his very own single 12″, “Forsaken,” in 1996, which made an appearance over the BBE Music compilation Hip-Hop Forever (1998) by DJ/manufacturer Kenny Dope. In the first 2000s, Breez documented many singles and 12″s for a variety of different indie brands, like the Boston-based Detonator Information, in addition to adding a slew of visitor appearances. Despite devoid of much materials to his name, he could work with many A-list underground rap performers, like Vast Aire as well as the Molemen. Breez provided the Soar EP on YOU NEED TO BE Information in 2003, but released his first genuine full-length, Troublemakers, collaborating solely with manufacturer Dirt E. Dutch, on Small Ax in 2008.