Break It Down DC
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Break It Down DC

Houston, TX | Established. Jan 01, 2016

Houston, TX
Established on Jan, 2016
Solo Hip Hop Punk




"Emerging Houston Artist Break It Down DC Releases New Video to Latest Project"

Break It Down DC is a emerging artist out of the South West, Houston, Texas. Although Break It Down DC is a Houston native he brings a new creative eccentric vibe to the Houston scene.

His music is infused by Lil Wayne and Wiz Khalifa. He is apart of a tribe that ranges from music artists, fashion designers, audio visuals and event coordinators called Houstock.

The Houston Artist released his first solo mixtape, “Really With It”. Prior to going solo he was apart of Rock Group Honor Roll JBC.

A few weeks ago he released his first video from the Really With It mixtape titled SICKO. He is known for high energy performances and stage presence.

You can catch Break It Down DC highly active on his social media handles daily, headlining underground rap shows or hosting events with his Houstock group. - Marcus Gilmore

"Houston Artist @BreakItDownDC releases rap/rockstar visual for “Sicko”"

Houston artist, Break It Down DC is catching major waves. I first discovered the hip-hop rock star via SoundClound and nearly all of his music had about 1000 plus views. This guy sounds like a Future mixed with Travis Scott with a little Lil Uzi Vert. He cleverly utilizes the auto-tune effect which gives his music a distinctive harmony sound. This guy makes awesome music and he should definitely get more attention from the Houston Hip-Hop scene. - ThatLacedGuy


Still working on that hot first release.



Solo artist BreakItDownDC carries the pure essence of a rock star. Being a true artist that loves his craft, he is constantly creating and releasing new singles. With an endless work ethic and limitless stage energy, DC displays his enthusiastic vibe every time he represents Houstock on stage. Always progressing, each new single is bound to have you repeating his catchy lyrics word for word.

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