“Before making music, I went to school to be a veterinary technician (veterinary technician)”, 3Breezy tells the American songwriter. “I was about to start working at an animal hospital, but before it could even happen, that’s when COVID hit. Then the place closed [and] I couldn’t find anywhere to work. So I had so much free time on my hands.

Stuck with no tangible way to continue his career, 3Breezy was ready to look for something new. “I was on TikTok one day and heard someone talk about how they did a song with their phone,” Breezy says. “[I thought,] ‘Why not?’ So I created a song from this app called GarageBand on my iPhone.

The song was Breezy’s “Gangsta Wit ItWhich quickly went viral after the rapper posted his song on TikTok. Literally becoming an overnight sensation, Breezy decided it was time to see if he could devote himself to music full time and he wrote his debut album titled Murda she wrote.

The 10-track record is a heartfelt start for the New Jersey-born artist. One track, “Message To Her”, stands out as the cornerstone of Breezy’s authentic approach to his craft. The fluid R&B track was directly inspired by one of Breezy’s fans. A DM’d Breezy fan on social media posted a paragraph about one of her connections, and the rapper skillfully turned her lyrics into verse.

I’m so sick of these heartbreaks / Fighting these demons for so long they tell me I’m wrong / I don’t know how much my little heart can take yes, Breezy sings from the perspective of his fans.

The artist does not stop there, however. Breezy responds to his fan with a wave of positivity. Let me tell you something / Stay true I won’t lie to you / You can do more good for yourself than any guy can / I see you turned all your tears into a smile, answers the artist.

In addition to that anonymous fan who triggered “Message To Her,” Breezy fans appreciate the artist’s honesty and ability to identify with himself. Now Breezy is dropping more music to follow his fans and inner creativity. “Self Love”, Breezy’s latest single from his next project Catch a breeze, abandoned last Friday (October 8).

“I tried to broaden my sound,” Breezy says. “I tried a lot of different rhythms, different melodies, different topics that I hadn’t covered before.”

“Self Love” does exactly that – the single is technically elegant and sonically moving. While prioritizing its own happiness, “Self Love” sets the bar high for Breezy’s upcoming music.

Listen to 3Breezy’s “Self Love” below.

Photo credit: Angel Rodriguez



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