Wild Is The Wind: Veve C’s New Single ‘Breeze’ Is An Empowering Breath Of Fresh Air

‘Breeze’, from up and coming artist Veve C, is a breath of fresh air in the hip-hop/rap world. Coming from a musical family, she has worked with them over the past 3 years on her album, ‘Veveology’, which was released in September last year, and it was produced, engineered, and mixed and her younger brother – now a mere 16 years old.

Veve worked on her signature sound in her Djay father’s recording studio, and with her brother formulated futuristic textures, and chilled flows, that are easy on the ears. Veve clearly isn’t a newcomer to the music business, and just as evidently, has her head screwed on tight when it comes to the entertainment industry as a whole, diversifying her talents and working as a model, film actress, and tv show host, as well as a singer songwriter.

With new single ‘Breeze’, as with all her other tracks, Veve C takes inspiration from her life journey, and important lessons that she’s learned along the way, making her sound not just catchy, but relatable to every listener.

With her sultry vocals the perfect partner to her quick lyrical flow, Veve C’s talent shines through in ‘Breeze’, and her music brings with it clear inspiration from the likes of
Beyoncé, and Missy Elliot, among others.

The accompanying video serves as a showcase to Veve C’s beauty as well as her talent, interspersing shots of her blinged out in a pageant crown to footage of her relaxing in the bath. The message of the song is about washing away all the negativity in your life, and instead, relaxing and being swept away in your daydreams. ‘Breeze’ is empowering, and Veve C stands as someone to inspire those who follow on after her.

Watch the music video for ‘Breeze’ below, and find out more about Veve C and her music online on Home Cave Records, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and TikTok.

Veve C - Breeze (Official Music Video)

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