Breadman, known for his vast contribution to the Philadelphia hip-hop community through music and his dedication to improving his community by creating extracurricular activities programs for at-risk youth - is back with the banging new single "Bacardee," which is already receiving awesome advance reaction from the brand new TikTok video for the song, featuring his 8-year-old daughter, Jaelle as lead dancer. With beats produced by Nino Cashh Beatz, this infectious upbeat single is the first releases to come from the Breadman’s newly-minted moodGroov imprint.
Dwayne J. Murray / aka Breadman, was born April 21, 1969 to parents Gwendolyn Murray and Dennis Banks. Attending Overbrook Highschool, Bread grew up as a North Philadelphia resident, then transferred to Benjamin Franklin High School where he later graduated. Inspired foremost by music, Bread has always been known to give back to his community through extracurricular activities programs for at-risk youth while at the same time engaging in his love for entertainment. With a passion for hip-hop, Bread formed the group P.N.B. and released the critically acclaimed album "Organized Badguys," which received an immense amount of radio airplay. Inspired by the results of this first venture, he continued his pursuit of music, starting with some high-profile collaborations with his Grammy Award winning cousin Billy Paul and other Philadelphia based artists such as Naam Brigade, Ram Squad, and The Man They Call Lux, to name a few. To date Bread has 4 children, two of whom, Naeem & Tasha, are recent college graduates. Bread's oldest boy is named Jameel, and his youngest child, eight-year-old Jaelle Murray, can be seen as the little lead dancer of Bread's new "Bacardee" TikTok video. Bread is the proud founder/C.E.O. of moodGroov LLC which he operates with his business partner, Chris Perez. Bread foresees his future as a managing artist and businessman with a goal is to retrieve 2 million music streams in reward for his hard work and successful career.