Breakin Bread drop the second single from Japanese producer Kazahaya who’s been working with US MC’s. Proper boom bap music on both sides, uptempo dancefloor craziness on one side, midtempo bumping gear on the flip.
Kazahaya hails from Tokyo, Japan and has been pushing his own brand of mash ups and mix CD's for the last few years. In 2007 he sent a demo to Breakin Bread and the resulting EP “Remember Hip Hop” became a bestselling hip hop release of that year. Because it was a mashup with loads of famous MC’s on it Breakin Bread had to pull it from release! Since then Kaza has been getting mad props for his beats so he decided to work with some US MC’s and this series of 7”s is the result
A – Sounds of The City feat D-Stroy
One for the b-boys and b-girls. D-stroy rips it over an uptempo beat designed with the dancefloor in mind. The old school references abound but this is a fresh and forward thinking slice of proper hip hop on wax with a chorus to die for.
D-Stroy was born and raised in Bushwick, Brooklyn and he met Tony Touch at school forming a group called Touch and D-Stroy. After school he formed the legendary Arsonists and he went on to open up/host for X-zibit, Ludacris, The X-ecutioners, Papa Roach, L.L. Cool J, Busta Rhymes and Eminem to name a few. D-Stroy is currently featured on releases by Marco Polo, Q-Unique’s, Pro-Sinnerz CD and The Snowgoons “Trojan Horse” LP. He is not a thug, he’s an adult. He’s not underground or commercial, he is HIP HOP. Perfect for working with a Japanese producer
B – Stay feat Paulie Rhyme
Kaza’s beat on this one is a blessed out bit of summer goodness showing he can rock the filtered styles with the best of them. Paulie Rhyme waxes lyrically about his love of hip hop culture, something all true hip hop heads worldwide will recognise from this track forged somewhere between Southern Japan and West Coast USA.
Paulie Rhyme is a Bay Area based; Cleveland bred emcee, giving people music that touches mind, body, spirit, and soul. Putting in work in the indie circuit for a good portion of this decade, Rhyme has worn many hats in the industry before finding his calling in front of the mic