Featuring on the A ‘Hip Hop’ Side of the Come Play With Breed Record is ‘What’s That’.

Hailing from Leeds, West Yorkshire, D5 has spent years refining his musical style, drawing inspiration from Drake, Skepta, and Brent Faiyaz. His sound seamlessly blends moody R&B with upbeat rap, influenced by genres like garage, UK rap, and US hip-hop. His 2020 EP "Channel 5" and previous release "If Only We Could Go Outside" garnered critical acclaim, with singles receiving airplay on BBC Radio 1 and support from platforms like GRM Daily. D5's live performances, including opening for Novelist and Graft, consistently showcase his headline-worthy talent, positioning him as a rising star in the music industry.


Featuring on the A ‘Hip Hop’ Side of the Come Play With Breed Record is Graft’s track ‘Vows To The Art’.
Graft delivers conscious and mature lyricism over an elegant production which marries an expertly chopped keys sample with warm strings & saxophone improvisations. Turning seamlessly towards Jazz-infused Rap in what it seems a natural consequence of his recently announced Golden Child EP and the stylistic variance it embodies.

Graft, winner of MOBO Unsung and BBC Three's The Rap Game UK. He has propelled himself to national recognition for his unwavering sense of self and musical talent. Hailing from the vibrant city of Leeds, Graft’s topical and poetic approach to songwriting takes inspiration from genres such as Hip Hop, Neo-Soul, Jazz and Alternative Rap. This fusion of inspiration has seen him grace the stage at the acclaimed Reading and Leeds Festival, and has collaborated with esteemed brands such as Adidas, Virgin Media, Boohoo and Leeds United.


Featuring on the B ‘Soul’ Side of the Come Play With Breed Record is Hannah’s track Alone Together’.
Overflowing with warmth and authenticity, Alone Together is a track from Hannah Rowe made for old souls. It’s a tender reminder of how subtle and special life can be and how we should be sinking into the beauty and mystery around us - a hug for the ears.

Hannah Rowe’s emotional range transcends generations; the young singer writes about experiences and shifts in life, offering all listeners a sense of reflection within her rich, authentic, jazz-infused sound.
Hannah is backed by a group of highly accomplished musicians who happen to be her adored closest friends. After finding one another at university, Sam Hughes on guitar, Luke Harrison on bass, Owen Moriarty on keys and Charlie Tanner on drums intertwined their varied influences to paint their own alluring and soulful sound - one difficult to define, but has been said to resemble the likes of Raye, Lianne La Havas, Moonchild and Yebba.


Featuring on the B ‘Soul’ Side of the Come Play With Breed Record is Mica Sefia's track ’Walking Wonder’.
The track explores Mica's experiences as a black woman and the struggle around stereotypes influenced by the media.

Liverpool born, Leeds-based future-soul Queen Mica Sefia endorses the interpretive nature of music as an art to be studied and related to by the public. Mica’s own exploration of self-expression solidified her passion in the production of a timeless and authentic style of music. Preferring to keep her lyricisms and narrative open to interpretation, Mica relates to a balanced approach to songwriting, in which her music remains subjective, but retains its emotive sensitivity. Mica’s music leans into the genres of Alt Soul, Rock and Jazz intertwining them to create atmospheric sounds and textured layers.