Cool Breeze (rapper)

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Cool Breeze born August 12, 1971 is an American rapper and member of the Dungeon Family. He released his debut solo album East Point's Greatest Hit in 1999.[1] In 2001, he joined up with two rappers from a group called Sniper Unit and became known as Freddie Calhoun. He features on and is the origin to the title phrase of the 1996 Billboard 100 single "Dirty South" on Goodie Mob's debut album Soul Food. His 1998 single "Watch for the Hook" featuring Goodie Mob, Outkast, and Witchdoctor reached the Billboard 100 and #1 on the Billboard Rap charts.




  • "Cre-A-Tine"
  • "Watch for the Hook"
  • "Decatur Psalm"
  • "Angelic Wars"
  • "Gangsta Partna"
  • "Dirty South"
  • "Hhl (Hip Hop League)" (feat. Organized Noize)



  1. ^ Ankeny, Jason. "Biography: Cool Breeze". Allmusic. Retrieved 10 July 2010.

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