Breez Evahflowin'

Enrique DaSilva, better known by his stage name Breez Evahflowin, is a rapper based in New York. He is a founding member of the Stronghold rap collective. He was crowned the national grand champion of the famous Blaze Battle competition in 1999 sponsored by HBO and was 5 week battle champion on Yo! MTV Raps.[1]

Breez Evahflowin'
Birth nameEnrique DaSilva
BornDecember 19, 1975
New York City, New York, United States
GenresHip hop
Years active1996-present
LabelsDomination Recordings
Associated actsStronghold

He released his own independent solo 12-inch single, "Forsaken", in 1996, which appeared on the Barely Breaking Even compilation album Hip-Hop Forever (1998) by DJ/producer Kenny Dope. He recorded singles for an assortment of different indie labels, including the Boston-based Detonator Records, as well as contributing a slew of guest appearances on records and tours. During his tenure, he has worked with several underground rap artists including Vast Aire, Immortal Technique,[2] Slug, Chali 2na, and Molemen.


  • Fly (2006)
  • Troublemakers (2008) (with Dirt E. Dutch)
  • Breez Deez Treez (2009)
  • As He Goes On... (2010)
  • Pro-Files: The EP (2000)
  • The Mic and the Music (2004) (with Eric Krasno)
  • "Forsaken" (1996)
  • "I Heard It" (1997)
  • "Refined" (1999)
  • "Between Dah Seams" (2001)
  • "Don't Stop" (2001)
  • "Gimmie Mine" (2001)
  • "Grown Men" (2002) (with Akrobatik)
  • "Give It Away" (2003)
  • "When You Fall" (2009)
Guest appearances
  • Akrobatik - "Ruff Enuff (Re-Mix)" from The EP (2000)
  • Molemen - "Challenge Me" from Ritual of The... (2001)
  • DJ JS-1 & Dub-L - "Dr_gs in My Vein" from Ground Original (2002)
  • Brycon & Equal - "Samurai Code" from World's Deadliest Assassin Part II (2004)
  • DJ JS-1 - "Flying Guillotines" from Audio Technician (2004)
  • Zion I - "Communification" from Politicks: Collabs & B-Sides (2004)
  • Vast Aire - "Posse Slash" from Look Mom... No Hands (2004)
  • Rob Swift - "Dream" from Wargames (2005)
  • C-Rayz Walz - "The Branding Iron" from The Dropping (2006)
  • Snowgoons - "No Man's Land" from German Lugers (2007)
  • Zimbabwe Legit - "Take Back the Mic" and "Take Back the Mic (KHZ Remix)" from House of Stone (2007)
  • Expertiz - "Ring of Fire" from Disrupting Nature's Balance (2010)
  • Rob Swift - "Principio" and "Ultimo" from The Architect (2010)
  • Infinito 2017 - "Eyewitness to Dopeness" from We Are Dark (2010)
  • Dumi Right - "What They Want (Remix)" and "What They Want (Burn Rubber Remix)" from Connect the Dots (2012)
  • Atari Blitzkrieg - "Death from Above" from Technicolor Crime Scenes (2013)


  1. Johnson, Gregory (May 2001). "Breez Evahflowing on Yo! MTV Raps~". Vibe Media Group. Retrieved January 27, 2015.
  2. Vito, Christopher (May 2014). "Who said hip-hop was dead? The politics of hip-hop culture in Immortal Technique's lyrics~". University of California, Riverside, USA. Retrieved January 27, 2015.

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