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#FMSpotlight: 600 Breezy Set To Release Project “Retaliation”



600 Breezy in an interview. / Credit: DJ SmallzEyes2 YouTube.

600 Breezy is making noise in the music game. Appearing on Drake’s album helped boost his career. The release of the music video for “Ticket” will only add to the noise. On the same day, 600 Breezy will drop his new project “Retaliation” for consumers to enjoy.

The Retaliation Project

600 Breezy is scheduled to release his album on August 19. This is not his first project — in fact, it will be the fifth one he puts under his belt — but it’s just as important to him as his others. The project, which consists of 13 songs, will give fans more than enough to enjoy.


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The project only has two feature artists, allowing fans of 600 Breezy to enjoy him more. Toohda Band$ and Money Man both appear on “Retaliation” too. Both rappers knew what the mission was and stayed in line with the overall theme of the album. Their verses are a must-listen experience.

600 Breezy gave our team at FMHipHop a chance to listen to “Retaliation” before it drops. Immediately, I realize fans are getting the authentic version of 600. He doesn’t change up his style for one moment. I don’t want to give too much away, but don’t miss your chance to blast the hard-hitting album through your speakers.

600 Breezy Receives Drake’s Approval

In 2014, 600 Breezy started gaining traction in his career. “Don’t Get Smoked” helps put him on the music map. The streets of Chicago couldn’t get enough of the track, and soon the same hype from the single that had consumed the city would grow to reach outside of Chicago.

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600 Breezy and Drake. / Credit: MillionDollahRah. / Ross Gilmore, Getty Images.

Eventually, “Don’t Get Smoked” reached Drake. Drake loved the track and even sent 600 Breezy a version with him rapping over the track. The two had multiple meetings and Drake eventually asked for a feature from the Chicago rapper, resulting in Breezy’s appearance on Drake’s album “More Life.” Even though the feature was short, it still increased 600’s clout.

“This is the 6’s year/ Six hundreds instead of six, OVO/ You know we’ll be rockin’ our a**es out/ To my big brother Drizzy/ You know what I’m sayin’? / More Life, 6 to the world, gang shit.”

— 600 Breezy (Lose You outro)


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