freestyle. Rocking a fiery verse off the dome and through the prison phone, Breezy demonstrates his rap supremacy on “Who Run It?,” the latest freestyle over the Three 6 Mafia beat. Bodying DJ Paul and Juicy J’s classic horn-heavy instrumental with assonant boasts, Breezy doesn’t let his current incarceration get in the way of his confidence: “Breezo when you coming home/Bitch I’m on my way out/Cause I ain’t got no curfew/They just fuckin’ hang out.” Breezo’s freestyle is the latest entry in G Herbo and Drake’s Who Run It Challenge.
Prior to returning to prison, 600Breezy built a reputation as a prolific and authentic street sensation in his hometown. 600 Breezy got a major boost last year 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. Last May, 600Breezy shared his impossibly hard album Breezo George Gervin (Leading Scorer Edition), boasted tracks such as the Al-Doe-featuring “Never Told,” and the menacing posse cut “Moonlight.” In 2016, Breezo shared Breezo George Gervin: Iceman Edition, which boasted top notch production contributions from Metro Boomin, London On Da Track, and 808 Mafia’s Southside and Tarentino and a guest appearance from OJ Da Juiceman. Last year, six months before the completion of his five year probation term on drug possession, Breezy was sentenced to prison time in Iowa for a technical violation of probation, a sentence his lawyers are fiercely contesting. Though he is currently serving time, the streets eagerly await the return of 600Breezy and his indefatigable bars.