Video: 600Breezy – “Never Told” ft. Al-Doe (Produced by Rico Suave)

The Rising South Sider Spreads His Wings Beyond Drill Rap in the Cold-As-Ice Video, Released Advance of Breezo George Gervin (Leading Scorer Edition), Out May 5th


Critical Praise for 600Breezy

“Which Chicago rapper is going to blow up next? The smart money’s on 600Breezy.”HotNewHipHop

The Video: 

A Chicago South-Sider who’s caught the ears of some of the biggest names in Hip-Hop, 600Breezy pushes a fresh blend of sinister street rap. Ahead of the upcoming project¬†Breezo George Gervin (Leading Scorer Edition),¬†600Breezy¬†teams up with New York rapper Al-Doe for the claustrophobic”Never Told” visual, directed by Seuss Leroy. While being interrogated by unseen forces, Breezy, Doe, and Da Goodfellas reject any contract dealt to them, putting on threatening faces in strobed-out close-ups.¬†“Never Told” finds the two emcees swapping harsh words, telling tales of the street and keeping their mouthes zipped, over a tight Rico Suave production: “My man caught a body, ain’t never told/sold me a brick I ain’t never told/locked in a room I ain’t never told.”

Last week, the rapper dropped “Moonlight,” a hard-as-nails posse cut with a gritty, chop shop-set video. “Moonlight” was¬†the third video released from his upcoming mixtape since¬†More Life, following last week’s¬†Leading Scorer Intro,”¬†which has already racked up 237k views on YouTube, and¬†Get It,” another¬†collaboration with¬†Al-Doe.¬†600 Breezy got a major boost when he popped up for a cameo on Drake‘s More Life, the highest selling album of the year so far. The culmination of a months-long mutual respect and friendship with the famous Toronto rapper, Breezy lent¬†More Life one of its most memorable “drops” at the end of “Lose You” as he shouted out Drake via voicemail. ¬†Arriving¬†May 5th,¬†Breezo George Gervin (Leading Scorer Edition)¬†is 600 Breezy’s first project since last year’s Breezo George Gervin: Iceman Edition, which boasted top notch production contributions from¬†Metro Boomin, London On Da Track, and 808 Mafia‚Äôs Southside and Tarentino¬†and a guest appearance from¬†OJ Da Juiceman.

Watch “Never Told” ft. Al-Doe:¬†

Pre-order Breezo George Gervin (Leading Scorer Edition):

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600Breezy Background:

600Breezy has been building his following with massive visuals, with videos “Don’t Get Smoked” headed towards 3 million views and “Do Sum” coasting past 1 million views. As KollegeKidd previously noted, the Chicago rapper drew attention late last year when he shared clips of himself on social media with a tank that came into his possession. With 19 tracks featuring production from the likes of London On Da Track and Metro Boomin, 600Breezy dropped heat last year with Breezo¬†George Gervin: Ice Man Edition. 600Breezy recently announced it’s follow up, Breezo George Gervin: Leading Scorer Edition, arriving May 5th.

EMPIRE Background

EMPIRE was founded in 2010 as an artist-friendly, progressive digital distribution company. After early success, and identifying future icons such as Kendrick Lamar, Sage The Gemini, and Rich Homie Quan, EMPIRE was quickly regarded as a tastemaker in the industry and throughout the past five years evolved into a full-fledged record label, distributor and publisher for independent musicians. With the company and roster growing at a breakneck pace, EMPIRE has effectively disrupted a stale business model by bringing its energy, expertise, and acumen to its artists and labels.

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“Never Told” ft. Al-Doe:¬†


“Leading Scorer Intro”:¬†

“Get It” ft. Al-Doe:¬†

Pre-order Breezo George Gervin (Leading Scorer Edition):

“Fifty” ft. OJ Da Juiceman:¬†

“Storm Freestyle”:¬†

Breezo George Gervin: Iceman Edition:

“Circus” [prod. by Metro Boomin]:¬†¬†/¬†¬†¬†//¬†

“6ix Hunned”:¬†

“Ain’t For None”:¬†

“24 Bars Pt. 3”:¬†

“Don’t Get Smoked”:¬†

“Do Sum”:¬†

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