Wisconsin crew Break Bread have come together with The DJBooth to bring listeners their debut street release, The Reunion.
The project features 10 original cuts (plus two bonus tracks) from the duo, composed of Madison rapper/beatsmith Da Ricanstrukta and Milwaukee emcee Dana Coppafeel (an alumnus of local crews KingHellBastard, House of M and Rusty P’s.). Included on the tracklist are reader-approved leaks “Good 2 Go” and “Tonight.”
Joining Break Bread on the guest tip throughout The Reunion are Lucha Libre, Marcus (of Kinfolk) and DNA (of KingHellBastard). All beats come courtesy of Da Ricanstrukta, except Back in Days, which was produced by DJ Skooly for Stereotype DJs. - DJBOOTH.NET
In the midst of the over saturated genre of hip hop and all of its realms, Break Bread defines the classic sound and breaks it down to the essence of dope beats and rhymes. Hailing from Milwaukee and Madison WI, this duo has re-united to re-invent the wheel and strengthen the all too common expression, "that 'ol real sh*t!"
Dana Coppafeel is a veteran with the word play and contributes to the verbal landscape. He has a pronounced internet prescence as well as in his home town of Milwaukee.
Da Ricanstrukta, originally from Puerto Rico, is responsible for the soundscape as well as some of the lyrics. His producer skills have given him a steady prescence in Madison and Milwaukee from winning beat battles to rocking rhymes over his own joints.
After exploring solo projects since 2005, Break Bread re-united in 2009 and began to work on the highly anticipated album entitled The Reunion due to drop early February 2012 on Unifi Records. The album captures the pure essence of raw sampled beats with rhymes that paint pictures of everyday experiences.