New York, NY (Top40 Charts)
The album speaks on inequality, injustice and the broken state of political discourse in our society. The new album is the culmination of 5 months where the featured artists involved capture this concerning moment in history.
In his own words "...this... is a project started in September
of 2017. I was fearful for the future in a way I haven't felt in a long while. I couldn't pretend what was going on was ok any longer. I reached out to friends & artists and they responded in amazing ways. I'm not sure what kind of an impact this is going to have but I'm hopeful it can at least raise awareness, some funds for a worthy cause and inspire others to do the same." - Breez Evahflowin
80% of the album proceeds will be donated to the Community Justice
Project which is a local, non-profit organization based in Florida. Their mission states: "In our legal work we collaborate closely with community organizers and grassroots groups in low-income communities of color because we believe that a more democratic, more just and more equal society can only truly come about through grassroots organizing and social movement."
Honoring Breez's commitment for social impact, Benevity, a global leader in workspace giving, matching, and volunteering has pledged to match all donations generated by the F.U.N.😐 album 2 to 1 through December 2018.
"Any support you could offer would be deeply appreciated." - Breez Evahflowin
"F.U.N.😐 the Fierce Urgency of Now" features appearances by John Robinson, L.I.F.E. Long, Juba, Folex, Cryptic One, Dacapo, Cuzzo Main, Roksteypood, Self Suffice, Dirt E Dutch, Shek The Rational, Shanell B and Marcel Ledoux.
Additionally, DJ Static, Davey Tree, Deep of the 2 Hungry Bros, Wally What, One.Six, Coole High, ADUM⁷ & Doctor Butcher feature as music producers while Immortal Technique, Eric Krasno (Soulve) DJ Rob Swift (of the The X-Ecutioners) make guest appearances on 3 bonus tracks.
F.U.N.😐 the Fierce Urgency of Now Tracklist:
1. The Fierce Urgency Of Now (feat Shek the Rational)[prod by One.Six]
2. Under the Stars (feat John Robinson & L.I.F.E. Long)[prod by DJ Static]
3. What's Hood? (feat Cuzzo Main & Juba)[prod by DJ Static]
4. On Love (feat Dirt E. Dutch)[prod by DJ Static]
5. Wall (feat Juba)[DJ Static remix]
6. Day 4 Coverage v Summer 2016 [prod by Davey Tree]
7. Damn Y'all... (feat Roksteypood & Dacapo)[prod by ADUM⁷]
8. Kardeschev Scale (feat Core Rhythm & Hired Gun)[prod Core Rhythm]
9. Fame [prod by Coole High]
10. Break the Wheel (feat Cryptic One)[prod Deep of the 2Hungry Bros]
11. Of Thee I Sing (feat Folex, Shanell B, Marcel Ledoux, Self Suffice)
- Land Of The Gun (feat Immortal Technique)[prod by Wally What?]
- Change Gon' Come (feat & prod by Eric Krasno)
(feat Rob Swift)[Dr. Butcher remix]
Evahflowin Enterprises 2018
About Breez Evahflowin:
A member of the Stronghold underground rap collective, MC Breez Evahflowin (born Enrique DaSilva) was a leading force in the New York, as well as national, battle rap scenes during the late '90s. Among several other achievements, He was crowned the national grand champion of the famous Blaze Battle
competition in 1999 sponsored by HBO and was 5 week battle champion on MTV's DFX.
While his participation in battles waned, he aligned himself with the independent rap movement that was beginning to take shape during that same time period. During his freestyle rap days, he was a part of various local groups that put out vinyl and even released his own solo 12", "Forsaken," in 1996, which appeared on the BBE Music
compilation Hip-Hop Forever (1998) by DJ/producer Kenny Dope. He recorded singles for an assortment of different indie labels, including the Boston-based Detonator Records as well as contributing a slew of guest appearances on records and tours.
During his tenure, he has worked with several A-list underground rap artists including Vast Aire, Immortal Technique, Slug, Chali 2na, Swave Sevah, Poison
G, Rob Swift and Molemen. Breez offered the Fly EP on Just Be Records in 2003, but released his first proper full-length, Troublemakers, collaborating exclusively with producer Dirt E. Dutch, on Little
Ax in 2008. In 2009 Breez followed up with the Breez Deez Treez LP with West Coast producers Davey Tree & Noah D. In 2010 Breez released what was to be his final LP As He Goes On and took a long hiatus to focus on family. In June of 2017 Breez returned to making music partnering with buzz worthy producer Deep of the 2Hungry Bros to release Deep Breez in digital, cassette and limited edition 45 inch vinyl. Breez currently resides in Hollywood Florida with his wife, son and dog.