Jody Breeze (born Jacoby White in 1984 in Griffin, Georgia) is 1/4 of the rap group Boyz N Da Hood. Along with Big Gee, Big Duke, and now Gorilla Zoe. He now has a solo deal with Jazze Pha and Block Entertainment on Bad Boy South.

During his senior year of high school, Jody Breeze found himself in a string of uncomfortable situations. The Griffin, Georgia native's grades were slipping, so he couldn't play his favorite sport of basketball. He also became a father. Realizing that he needed to make a change, Jody turned to one of his other hobbies: rapping.

Jody redirected his focus to rapping and entered a rap battle at a car show in nearby Macon, Georgia. With lyrics that overflowed with sidesplitting humor, playeristic realism and gruff gangsterism, Jody slaughtered the competition. Industry veteran Noonie, who works with producer Jazze Pha, was in Macon and was blown away by Jody's microphone skills and lyrical polish.

Noonie approached Jody and the two hit it off. Within hours, Noonie was driving Jody to Atlanta to meet Jazze Pha. That night, Jody attended the album release party for T.I., where he met with Jazze Pha, as well as such rap heavyweights as P.Diddy, Lil Jon, 8 Ball & MJG. "My whole life changed in one day" as Jody recalls. "Within a blink of an eye. It was that fast. I thought I was dreaming, for real. I could have went home happy then."

But fortunately for hip-hop fans, Jody's story gets much deeper. Less than three weeks after the T.I. party, Jody moved to Atlanta to begin recording his debut album with Jazze Pha. Jody Breeze's debut album, A Day In The Life Of Jody Breeze, features production from Jazze Pha, Lil Jon & Mannie Fresh as well as guest appearances from Eightball, Trick Daddy, Sean Paul (Youngbloodz), Mannie Fresh, Juvenile, Slim Thug & Pastor Troy.

Growing up in Griffin, Georgia, a small rural town about 40 miles south of Atlanta, Jody always dreamed of being a star. But he thought his calling was basketball. In fact, even though he started rapping when he was about 7, he normally wrote poems and rap just to keep busy and to try to impress girls.

But when his hoop dreams got derailed, Jody decided to use his love for such comedians as Bernie Mac, his first-hand knowledge of life in the Dirty South and his knack for writing stories and poems to his advantage. Within months, Jody took the fateful trip to the Macon car show. A star rapper was in the making. "Ever since I was a little kid, I felt like I was going to be on TV," Jody says. "Now that I finna be on TV, it's finna go down. For real." Now, Jody Breeze is ready to make his dream a reality. Get ready for hip-hop's newest and most interesting star. "People say they tired of people saying the same of things," Jody says. "Try to be different. Welcome to A Day In The Life Of Jody Breeze."



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