Florida’s Brian Breach – perhaps you’re just hearing about him. Or you’ve heard his “Breakfast” single alongside Chris Rivers not long ago, which lead us into his latest body of work, Matter of Fact. If this is your introduction to him, or even George Young and Bronx’s Mickey Factz, welcome to their world, presented properly here in the first look at their new visual demonstration. They’re names to know in 2016 if you enjoy quality hip-hop music. New, quality hip-hop music. Sure, there is a lot of underwhelming stuff on this earth currently. Contemporary rap music is a robust discussion that we will save for another piece. But if you’ve been resting under a rock or out of the loop, there’s artist like Brian and Mickey who restore faith and hope for listeners that authenticity is still available – you just have to listen.
It was our pleasure to bring you the audio version of “One Step Closer” less than a month ago, as Brian rolled out his singles for us to pick up and get a taste at what was to come with Matter of Fact. Well, it’s finally available. Maybe after the new visual above, and a better understanding of the potent offerings he has given us you will check it out. Or not – it’s ultimately your loss. Simply put, if you’re into technical, respectably flexible emcees over rich production choices it’s for you. Oh and pertinent subject matter if you’re into substantial lyrics. We all love a little bit of substance right? Put the lean down for a moment and dive into some introspection.
The new video is thematically simple, visiting the important and reoccurring issue of bogus contracts from record labels. More specifically, the video finds Brian declining the classic “360 deal” that most of us learned about directly from music itself over the years. It’s been mentioned often by a generous amount of artists and can easily be searched if you care to learn more about the dangers and nonsense of those deals. It was displayed clear and beautifully here. Running headfirst through fear, spearheading uncomfortability, and staying true to self. In a sense, we’re all in the same playing field – some more difficult than others. Unfortunately, or fortunately, true-school emcees actually saying something today have to work double time. So, the visual demonstration here is real. It’s very real. We hope you enjoy, peace and love!
Matter of Fact (Buy/Stream Links):
• iTunes: bit.ly/iTunesMatterOfFact
• Amazon: bit.ly/AmazonMatterOfFact
• Google Play: bit.ly/GooglePlayMatterOfFact
• Spotify: bit.ly/SpotifyMatterOfFact
• Tidal: bit.ly/TidalMatterOfFact
Brian Breach Online:
• Instagram: https://www.
• Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/
• Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/
• Youtube: https://www.
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