A-Breezy collaborates with QUIE on their new EP called “WE”.
A-Breezy a female hip hop artist located in Hollywood California and her longtime friend and producer Monstalung have released music back when she was living as a student at West Virginia University. Monstalung now is in a hip hop jazz band called QUIE, A-Breezy’s nasal tone and melodies fit perfect over the grooves of QUIE. This video show the many sides of A-Breezy, a Franklin County West Virginia, living in Hollywood California, pursuing her dream, and enjoying the journey on the way.
A-Breezy & QUIE “We”
https://soundcloud.com/quiemusic/sets/quie-abreezy-we https://twitter.com/QuieMusic https://twitter.com/1ABreezy http://quiemusic.com/
Also checkout other A-Breezy Videos at https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLUsoRQNpMLB-9sEmYr2lTuzWuWS1WZKcL
if you didn’t know I’m in a band called Quie http://quiemusic.com/ and we released our second EP called “Ya Mama Like It” a couple months ago. This is our first video of the EP.
Nicole Mayers from Morgantown West Virginia is the featured vocalist on the song, and also the song writer. Nicole knew Ryan Dunkerly, the bass player for Quie, from doing local open mic’s in Morgantown WV together, and had expressed to each other that they should collaborate on some music. Nicole came to one of our rehearsal’s, and this song is what we came up with. Nicole has been performing shows with us for the last couple of years, performing “Royalty” and some covers. We shot the video at the WVU arboretum, and it was freezing outside, nicole was a pure trooper dealing with that weather that day. Garrett Yurisko was doing the filming, and we had to take warm your hands break it was so cold, then after that we went to The Rocktop, which is connected to the Chestnut hotel, and shot another scene on their rooftop which looks over downtown Morgantown, it was a cool, and cold video shoot, but truly worth it.
Hip Hop artist, and fan of West Virginia Mountaineers football, rapper 6’6 240 in this video talks about last week’s football game where the West Virginia Mountaineers defeated the Iowa State Cyclones, and goes through the highlights of the game. He also discusses and gives his score prediction for the upcoming game with the Baylor University. This is the twelfth episode of “6 Predicts”, covering the whole season of the 9-2 West Virginia University Mountaineers out of Morgantown, West Virginia. 6’6 240 has a new musical project called The Jordan Clan, the name of the EP is called Neo Griots featuring the video Leavin.