On May 12, 1992, MC Breed released his debut solo studio album titled 20 Below and it included songs like Life of a Flintstone, Shout Out, Little Child Runnin’ Wild, Flash’s Groove, Be Myself (ft. Chuck Nyce), Great Depression, No Frontin’ Allowed, and Dis Mode. The album peaked at number #6 on the US Heatseekers Albums (Billboard) chart, at number #40 on the US Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums (Billboard) chart, and at number #155 on the US Billboard 200 chart.
His 3rd solo studio album titled Funkafied was released on June 7, 1994, and it peaked at number #9 on the US Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums (Billboard) chart and at number #106 on the US Billboard 200 chart.
In 1999, MC Breed released his 7th solo studio album It’s All Good and it features guest appearances from artists like Tupac Shakur, DFC, Too $hort, Pimp C, Mr. Ku, Kurupt, and Jazze Pha. The album peaked at number #41 on the US Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums (Billboard) chart.
His 9th and final album The New Prescription was released on August 24, 2004, and it consists of tracks like Breed (Let Me Hear Ya Say!), Rap Game, Truth, Outta My Mind, One Two, For the People, Popcorn Popper, Roll (ft. Esham), and I’m 2 Dope.
For violating probation in failure to pay over $200,000 in child support, MC Breed was sentenced to 1 year in prison on May 11, 2006.
He was arrested in Flint, Michigan on April 3, 2008, following an in-store autograph signing session. The arrest was made on warrants for about $220,000 in unpaid child support.
During a game of pickup basketball, MC Breed collapsed due to kidney failure and was hospitalized and placed on life support on September 5, 2008. He later died in his sleep while at a friend’s home.
According to MLive.com, MC Breed recorded his last song Everyday I Wait (ft. Outlawz) just 2 days before his sudden death.
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