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Breezy Bread

New City, NY | Established. Jan 01, 2006 | INDIE

New City, NY | INDIE
Established on Jan, 2006
Solo Hip Hop Indie




"Breezy Bread – “Pull Up” (VIDEO)"

In this whimsical visual for “Pull Up,” Bronx-native, Breezy Bread is momentarily stopped in traffic. While idling in his Range, the Co-Op City rapper recklessly eyeballs a beautiful blonde who’s seated in the passenger seat of a nearby vehicle. Given his juicy lips, alluring looks, and debonair personality the vixen chooses-up and hops into the truck with Breezy. Although an awkward lack of chemistry is displayed from the would-be pair, they seem to enjoy one another’s company. That is until blaring horns interrupt the fantasy and Breezy is snapped back into reality.

Stay tuned for more information on his upcoming project, J.U.I.C.E. Boyz Present Breezy Bread. - Niki Gee


North Bronx rapper Breezy Bread drops his latest video for iGrind.
In iGrind, Breezy Bread returns with his third installment ‘Set Up for the Comeback’ with his third single iGrind as the lead off his five-part mini series. Breezy Bread and his team are all caught off guard in a studio session when they receive the same anonymous phone calls from who appears their victim from their last heist in his previous video Ghost (Official Video) Chapter 1 “The Robbery”
Stay tuned for the final two videos and information on his upcoming project, J.U.I.C.E. Boys Presents Breezy Bread. - MEGAN BERBERICH

"Breezy Bread – Hosting Toy Drive at Bronx Museum of Art"

Breezy Bread artist/CEO of J.U.I.C.E Boys Entertainment Presents their 1st Annual toy drive concert Join In Creating Excitement Toy Drive Concert hosted by Peter Gunz on Sunday December 20, 2015 from 6:30 PM to 9:30 PM at The Bronx Museum located at 1040 Grand Concourse Bronx N.Y.10456 music will be provided by Da Union Dj’s.

In the midst of Breezy Bread releasing and promoting three out of five tracks “Ghost” “Pull Up” and “iGrind” filming his final two music videos “Regular” and “Up & Down” for his J.U.I.C.E Boys Presents Breezy Bread Five-part mini-series project. According to Mario Lugones Marketing director of Top Pop Soda “We (Top Pop Soda) are excited to merge our brand with a company that looks to make a change within the community they service, and we look forward to sponsoring more events in the future.”

In partnering with The Bronx Museum of Arts, District 16 Council Member Vanessa L. Gibson, Da Union Dj’s, Women In Need and Top Pop Soda they are in powering their own community and enriching its future hoping to change one life at a time. By using their talents and entertainment connections to put on their Join Us In Creating Excitement Toy Drive Concert, all toys will be provided to Women In Need (WIN) shelter located in The Bronx. - SpitFireHipHop

"K. Roosevelt ft. Breezy Bread – Do Me Now |Remix|"

Breezy Bread returns with a remix from Hits Since 87/Interscope Records debut single by K. Roosevelt ‘Do Me Now‘ produced by Hit-Boy. - SpitFireHipHop


Still working on that hot first release.



Born Steven 'Breezy Bread' Rodriguez on September 22, 1987 and raised in the North Bronx, Breezy developed an ear for urban hip hop music at an early age. He started rapping around the age of 12 after listening to his older brother and his friends from in his neighborhood kick different rhymes and flows. He would study their styles from the various mixtapes they would create on the old school tape decks. Breezy began to take rap serious when he met with his soon to be good friends Rafael 'Preview' Rodriguez and Randy 'S'natra' Vargas in Cardinal Hayes high school. Here is where Breezy would join forces to launch his music career. 

With Preview being signed to Universal/Motown it was without a doubt that Breezy was next up being the most lyrically combative with Preview, but that dream was short lived Preview was released from the label and Breadren was back to what he knew best, he completed his BBA at SUNY Dehli College and transitioned back into the mundane lifestyle. During his years in College, Breezy and a few of his college friends created a group called the J.U.I.C.E Boyz which actually stood for Join Us In Creating Entertainment to represent the exciting, fun, boisterous, and crazy college life they were living. With the birth of his son King, he knew he had to provide more than just enough and lead by example and not just tell his son to follow his dreams. 

Breezy thought about how catchy and intriguing the whole J.U.I.C.E (Join Us In Creating Entertainment) Boyz idea seemed and decided to take the imprint to another level. Breezy leading the way he enlisted the assistance of some long time friends to help him facilitate the career and direction of the company. 

Now with the release of ‘Ghost’ on his soundcloud slated to feature on the J.U.I.C.E Boyz mixtape, has received a great response out the gate. Now looking forward to release his debut single, which will be followed by his first video.