Sonie Nightz feat. B-Raw – No Breaks (We Can Freak It Remix)

Bakersfield, California artist Sonie Nightz releases new hip hop song and video “No Breaks (We Can Freak It Remix)” featuring B-Raw. Please check it out above and drop a comment to let us know what you think about it.


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No Breaks” the official music video from Field Boyz Musik‘s own Sonie Nightz and B-Raw filmed and directed by Rubio’s Camera of Bako Media and Lot 8 Productions. “No Breaks” is a remix version to “We Can Freak It,” which is a song by American hip hop recording artist Kurupt¬†featuring vocals from American singers Baby S and Butch Cassidy. It was released as the single of his debut studio album, Kuruption!, with the record labels Antra Records and A&M Records. The video is dedicated in loving memory to the local Bakersfield legend known as the 34th Street Pimp.

Follow Sonie Nightz:

Instagram: @sonie_nightz

Artist Biography:

Hailing from the streets of Bakersfield, California, representing Field Boyz Musik Group. Cirillo Prieto, better known as Sonie Nightz, has been grinding and pushing his music through multiple streaming platforms. Sonie was adopted by his grandparents and born and raised in the small neighborhood of Rexland Akers, on the Southside of the field. Music has always been apart of Sonie‘s journey, weather it had been in school or at church. The love for beat making came from his experience in playing drums for a two man band while in church, and while in elementary he had a passion for wanting to learn how to play instruments with an indigenous background he never knew of. Having a nitch for poetry soon converted into making raps with his brother Young Ace, now known as photographer ShotByDame, and other local artists like S.C.P., now known as, videogropher STHESHOOTER, and others. Along his road there was a hiatus that lead him into meeting co-founder DJ of Field Boyz Muzik Group which later he would be apart of. He helped create FieldBoyz TV Top 10 video count down which can be viewed on their YouTube platform. He now is trying to learn his culture as an indigenous native from both north and south of the colonial border and create music with aspects in that.

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