Before They was Famous | Breeze The Voice (Edition)




Breeze the Voice, born Fabrice Clerger— is an R&B/Soul Singer and Songwriter from West Palm Beach, Florida. Raised by loving parents of Haitian descent, Breeze was reared with a strong sense of character, and faith. Growing up in the early 90's, artists like Michael Jackson, Stevie Wonder, Sade, and Musiq Soulchild were some of his favorites. Breeze can most identify with the great Marvin Gaye and his commitment to social change communicated through his music.

His music has been featured at the Inspirational Music Conference in Philadelphia “Your
Love” and made a part of the official historical archives of the King Family. “The Dream Realized” Breeze also was the lead voice to the One Billion Rising Campaign to raise awareness for human trafficking and violence against woman and children. “You” Breeze’s hit single, “Love is the Answer” was included in President Jimmy Carter’s Human Right’s Defenders Forum at The Carter Center in Atlanta and the United Nations’ compilation album, “Music to Inspire”—featuring Artists against Human Trafficking. The album helped launch a global campaign to raise awareness and combat human trafficking. Breeze was among the 50 artists who donated their art for the cause, including Grammy Award-winners Quincy Jones and Joss Stone—as well as the legendary Hall & Oates.

Breeze is currently promoting his latest single—Waitin for you, available on all digital outlets. To stay up-to-date follow Breeze the Voice on instagram and twitter.


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