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M.C Breed was a highly influential rapper who emerged from the Flint, Michigan hip-hop scene in the late 1980s. Breed’s career began with his 1991 debut his album MC Breed & DFC, which included the hit single “Ain’t No Future Inyo Frontin'”. The song was a hit, peaking at number 66 on the Billboard Hot 100 and introducing Breed to a wider audience. His energetic narrative, catchy hooks, and unique blend of lyricism have captured the hearts of fans and made him a big name in Midwestern hip-hop.
Breed has collaborated with several well-known artists throughout his career. He has especially worked with iconic artists such as his 2Pac, Too Short, and Warren G, contributing to their projects and expanding his influence within his rap community. Breed’s collaborations demonstrated his ability to adapt to different styles and further cemented his reputation as a talented rapper.
Beyond music, MC Breed was also admired for his honesty and integrity. He maintained his down-to-earth personality and connected with his fans on a personal level. His music often reflected his experiences, offered a glimpse into his life and resonated with listeners who appreciated his honesty and empathy.
Tragically, MC Breed died of kidney failure on November 22, 2008 at the age of 37, ending his life. However, his legacy lives on through his contributions to hip-hop culture. The impact MC Breed has had on the genre and on artists cannot be underestimated. He will forever be remembered as a talented rapper and a key figure in shaping the Midwestern hip-hop sound.
On this day in hip-hop, MC Breed was born! Originally published on hot1009.com