600Breezy has unfortunately spent the majority of the year behind bars for a probation violation that could've led to 10-year bid. Thankfully, that isn't the case and the rapper was released from Iowa Department Of Corrections custody last week. Fans have been longing to hear new music from the drill rapper his 16-month stint. The rapper's clearly looking to make up for missed time in the rap game and dropped off a new EP following his release from prison.
600Breezy is back with his brand new project, First Forty-8. The rapper comes through swinging on the seven-track set and delivers a menacing drill project that should hold his fans over until he releases a new mixtape. The project features appearances from 90 and Bishop Ford who both feature on "Glizzy."
Peep his new project below and keep your eyes peeled for more new music from 600Breezy.