Antonio Breez – “The Migration Narrative” (Album Stream & Video)

Antonio Breez – “The Migration Narrative” (Album Stream & Video)



After releasing his deeply personal debut album, The Convocation of Antonio Breez, in 2016, Boston-based emcee Antonio Breez digs further into his past on his instantly gripping sophomore full-length, The Migration Narrative. The independent project is brimming with lyrical depth that’s steeped in every element that’s made him the man he is today. From tales of his mother giving birth to Breez at just 17 years old in a Brooklyn ghetto, to his biological father’s absence due to incarceration, the 16 tracks on Migration bring a narrative to life that deserves to be heard. After all, how many other albums feature the artist’s father dropping by for a guest verse?

And to celebrate the record’s release, Breez is sharing his new video for standout single “I Had Fun.” The lighthearted track and short film-esque visuals demonstrate the rapper’s maturity and easy-going personality, as he waxes poetic (and somehow doesn’t go bonkers) about being two-timed by his girlfriend. Breez is obviously enjoying the last laugh, though, because his star is only continuing to rise. Be sure to support The Migration Narrative which is now available through all major digital retailers and streaming platformsthrough Breez’s own Gittuff Entertainment label.

Watch “I Had Fun” Video below





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