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MC Breed

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Among the initial rappers to turn out the Midwest in the first ’90s, MC Breed of dog experienced modest achievement while located in Flint, MI, before leaving the Midwest to utilize the D.O.C. in L.A. and As well Brief in Atlanta. Breed’s debut recording, MC Breed of dog & DFC (1991), premiered within the small indie label SDEG and, on the trunk cover, pictures Breed of dog and Da Flint Staff (DFC) within their b-boy stances, donning gaudy Detroit Tigers clothes. The record merged the East and Western world Coast sounds of that time period, getting both lyrical and cool; in addition, it spawned an effective one, “Ain’t No Potential in Yo’ Frontin’,” that was afterwards sampled for Glaciers Cube’s “Wicked” and helped keep carefully the record on Billboard’s R&B graph for an impressive 52 weeks. Third , initial success, unparalleled at that time for the Midwestern rap action, Breed adopted even more of a Western world Coast gangsta audio. He began dealing with D.O.C., who helped compose and produce a number of the music on Breed’s third record, The New Breed of dog (1993). By this aspect, the Flint indigenous had still left the Midwest and DFC behind and was marketing on all coasts. His initiatives proved effective when his 4th record, Funkafied (1994), peaked at amount nine in the Billboard R&B graph. However, Breed could not match the achievement of that record, and subsequent produces through the entire ’90s — most of them offering Too Brief, whom Breed of dog became close with once the two relocated to Atlanta — didn’t graph nearly aswell. Nonetheless, he continued to be prolific as an underground rapper, launching generally an record per year and aligning himself using the Dirty South motion. In 2008, Breed of dog suffered kidney failing while playing golf ball in Atlanta. He passed away while asleep in a friend’s house in Ypsilanti, Michigan on November 22 of this year.

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Full Name MC Breed
Date Of Birth June 12, 1971
Died November 22, 2008, Ypsilanti, Michigan, United States
Profession Rapper
Nationality American
Music Songs Ain't No Future, Gotta Get Mine, Frontin, Ain't No Future in Yo Frontin, Everyday Ho, No Future, Just Kickin' It, Let's Go to the Club, Comin' Real Again, Underground Slang, Ain't Too Much Worried, 4 tha Hustlas, Late Nite Creep, Ain't 2 Good, Just Another Clip, Something 2 Smoke 2, Back Up in Ya!, Watch Your Own Back, 20 Below, Black for Black, Seven Years, Better Terms, Job Corp, Guanja, Teach My Kids, It's All Good, The Deal Is Da Funk, Game for Life, That's Life, B.R. Double E.D., Let's Go to da Club, Aquapussy
Albums MC Breed & DFC, The New Breed, Funkafied, The New Prescription, The Fharmacist, Flatline, 20 Below, It's All Good, The Thugz, Vol. 1, Rare Breed, Saucy, The Best of Breed, Chopped and Screwed, To Da Beat Ch'all, 2 for the Show, MC Breed presents The Thugs (Volume 1), The Mix Tape, The Hits
Movies MC Breed: Best of MC Breed, Dollar


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1 His last song "Everyday I Wait", was recorded just two days before his death.


Soundtrack

Soundtrack

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Death Racers 2008 Video performer: "Swallow This Nut" / writer: "Swallow This Nut"
Harsh Times 2005 performer: "Ain't No Future In Yo' Frontin'" - as MC Breed
8 Mile 2002 performer: "Gotta Get Mine" / writer: "Gotta Get Mine" - as Eric Breed
Zebrahead 1992 performer: "Sister and Brother" - as MC Breed / producer: "Sister and Brother" - as Eric Breed / writer: "Sister and Brother" - as Eric Breed

Actor

Actor

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Dollar 2000 Video Dollar

Self

Self

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Street Life 2001 Video documentary Himself

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