New Jersey RnB/Hip-Hop artist 3Breezy releases the record and video for “2Far Gone (featuring Yatta Bandz)”. The song is a preview to his upcoming mixtape, Heart on Display, coming November 4 on Capitol Records. Pre-order link HERE.

Shot in the Palmdale, CA, desert, Breezy’s heartfelt vocals on this song are as tender as his words. Breezy laments: “I put my heart into someone and I lost my soul forever / And still I pray for better days, but it don’t make it better / L-O-V-E, it’s all a dream, but I don’t love them letters,” eventually unveiling the truth as he sings “Crazy how they did me / Know the world against me / Baby, I need a pit stop, I been running on empty / Maybe I’m too far gone, Baby, is my heart gone.”

The song previews 3Breezy’s anticipated mixtape Heart on Display coming November 4. In his short career, 3Breezy has already amassed an astounding 201 million global combined streams – and has a steady 1.4 million weekly streams. His growing legion of fans are ensnared by his crooning, hazy confessionals, and uplifting aphorisms.

Raised in Pennsauken Township, New Jersey, the man born Nihee Wesley could see peers embracing the negative influences in the neighborhood, but he mostly kept to himself and steered clear of trouble in the process. After going to college for two years to get his vet assistant certification, Breezy was set to take on a job in his field. Then, the COVID-19 hit the world and he was unable to do so. He quickly took a sharp right turn, trading his studies for songs.

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3Breezy grew up surrounded by sisters and aunts and did a lot of listening giving him an understanding of both a man and a woman’s perspective — a born shoulder to lean on. After debuting his first song in October of 2020 he began a consistent pattern of releasing singles & his debut mixtape “Murda She Wrote”. His sincere lyrics and detailed story-telling quickly captivated audiences across Tik Tok, YouTube, & locally. 

By 2021, Breezy signed to Capitol Records and re-released Murda She Wrote, which, it should be said, he recorded entirely through his iPhone. While the first song he ever made was smooth for a debut, Murda She Wrote showcased a crystallized version of 3Breezy, one who’s not afraid to veer from the boasting to instead embrace his sensitivity. Growing up in a house of females, he’d hear stories of their trials and tribulations in romance, and songs like “Message to Her” and “Mental Love” reflect that upbringing. On last year’s Catch a Breeze he doubled down on his emotional explorations.

While 3Breezy refers to himself as the voice of the heartbroken now, there was a time when he was afraid to embrace his emotions on song. “I always had a thing for making this type of music, but I never really posted it because I didn’t want my homies to be like, ‘Bro, why are you making this soft music? Nobody wants to hear you in your feelings,’” Breezy says. “The second I stopped giving a fuck what anybody else thought and did what I liked is when I started seeing progress.” 

Lucky for us he followed his heart, and we can expect more of that musical giving in the months coming

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