Tag: breakin’ bread

Freedom Of Thought - Ghost's View

Freedom Of Thought – Ghost’s View

Boundaries are meant to be broken and limits are there to be pushed. Ghost isn't afraid to challenge all preconceptions of what being a producer means and refuses to be pigeonholed by a single category. Known for his hip-hop production and remix work for the likes of Nicole Willis he now ventures into unchartered territory.

Skeg At Breakin' Bread

Skeg At Breakin’ Bread

Britishhiphop.co.uk got to speak to one of the main driving forces behind the fantabulous Breakin' Bread record label. After a long chat we got to find out all about the label and how it is run in a very candid and frank exchange. Peep what Skeg had to say to us as the promotion for their excelent new compilation LP gets up a head of steam...

Breakin Bread - DirtyBeatBreakInFunk&HipHop LP [Breakin Bread]

Breakin Bread – Dirty Beat Break In Funk & Hip Hop LP [Breakin Bread]

Skeg and Rob Life started Breakin’ Bread as a club night in 1998 and it has grown to include the record label releasing numerous 7”s, 12”s, CD’s and LP’s. Their first compilation, ‘The Deadly 7” Sins’, was released in 2001 and went on to sell over 10,000 copies worldwide. This new release brings together the best singles since ‘01 plus a few brand new tracks, all for the first time on CD.

Ghost - Seldom Seen Often Heard [Video]

Ghost – Seldom Seen Often Heard [Video]

A hip-hop producer and DJ of over ten years experience, Ghost's first 12", Ghost Stories, came out in 2002 and introduced Ghost's deeply musical approach. He developed his blueprint of hip hop with a nod to the past and an eye firmly on the future as 2 more singles followed on Breakin Bread and a number of his productions for MC's came out on other labels (Lowlife, Receptor, Suspect-Packages).