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About MC Breed

MC Breed (Born Eric Breed) (June 12, 1971 - November 22, 2008) was a rapper from Flint, Michigan, USA. After his early success with the 1991 gold-selling single "Ain't No Future In Yo' Frontin'", featuring a sample from "Funky Worm" by the Ohio Players, he connected with rappers from both the south and the west coast. He finally joined fellow rapper Too Short in Atlanta, Georgia; with his G-funk-oriented sound giving way to more dirty south influences. Breed was one of the first rappers from the mid-west to break into national and international markets. He worked together with rappers such as 2Pac, Too Short, The D.O.C., Tito 6 and with producers such as Jazze Pha, Warren G, The Hurra, Colin Wolfe, Erotic D Ant Banks and Proof of rap group D12. His most popular album "Funkafied" features George Clinton on two tracks.

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1991 MC Breed and DFC (SDEG/Ichiban)
1992 20 Below (Wrap/SDEG/Power Artists/Ichiban)
1993 The New Breed (Wrap/SDEG/Power Artists/Ichiban)
1994 Funkafied (Wrap/Ichiban)
1995 Big Baller (Wrap/Ichiban)
1995 The Best Of MC Breed (Wrap/SDEG/Power Artists/Ichiban)
1996 Da Hood Tapes (Ichiban)
1996 To Da Beat Ch'all (Wrap/Ichiban)
1997 Saucy (One Puff Music/Wrap/Ichiban)
1997 Flatline (Wrap/Ichiban)
1999 It's All Good (Power/Roadrunner)
1999 2 for the Show (Roadrunner)
2000 Rare Breed (Albatross/One Puff Music/RND)
2001 The Fharmacist (Fharmacy)
2004 The New Prescription (Psychopathic/RED)
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Genres:
Progressive Metal, Metal
Band Members:
Vocals: Alex Coombes, Drums: Gene Perrett, Bass: Daniel Franklin, Guitars: Brad Mclennan and Matt Golightly
Hometown:
Perth, Australia

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About MC Breed

MC Breed (Born Eric Breed) (June 12, 1971 - November 22, 2008) was a rapper from Flint, Michigan, USA. After his early success with the 1991 gold-selling single "Ain't No Future In Yo' Frontin'", featuring a sample from "Funky Worm" by the Ohio Players, he connected with rappers from both the south and the west coast. He finally joined fellow rapper Too Short in Atlanta, Georgia; with his G-funk-oriented sound giving way to more dirty south influences. Breed was one of the first rappers from the mid-west to break into national and international markets. He worked together with rappers such as 2Pac, Too Short, The D.O.C., Tito 6 and with producers such as Jazze Pha, Warren G, The Hurra, Colin Wolfe, Erotic D Ant Banks and Proof of rap group D12. His most popular album "Funkafied" features George Clinton on two tracks.

\\\Discography///

1991 MC Breed and DFC (SDEG/Ichiban)
1992 20 Below (Wrap/SDEG/Power Artists/Ichiban)
1993 The New Breed (Wrap/SDEG/Power Artists/Ichiban)
1994 Funkafied (Wrap/Ichiban)
1995 Big Baller (Wrap/Ichiban)
1995 The Best Of MC Breed (Wrap/SDEG/Power Artists/Ichiban)
1996 Da Hood Tapes (Ichiban)
1996 To Da Beat Ch'all (Wrap/Ichiban)
1997 Saucy (One Puff Music/Wrap/Ichiban)
1997 Flatline (Wrap/Ichiban)
1999 It's All Good (Power/Roadrunner)
1999 2 for the Show (Roadrunner)
2000 Rare Breed (Albatross/One Puff Music/RND)
2001 The Fharmacist (Fharmacy)
2004 The New Prescription (Psychopathic/RED)
Show More
Genres:
Progressive Metal, Metal
Band Members:
Vocals: Alex Coombes, Drums: Gene Perrett, Bass: Daniel Franklin, Guitars: Brad Mclennan and Matt Golightly
Hometown:
Perth, Australia

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