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The "Bread Boyz" were established in mid-year of 2007 by Shaunna "Casanova" Moore and contained a total of four member. The group changed the name several times before it was set in stone so to speak.
The entrepreneur (Casanova) inspired by the young duo Kriss Kross from So So Def has been writting since 9 years old (she is now 21yrs.). She began producing her own demo tapes at the ripe age... of 11yrs on a handheld cassette recorder and later on a karaokee machine. Nova has released five demo tapes a few of them titled "Co-Errors", "It's Official", and "Coming Out the Closet" which featured spoken word artist S.B. At age 15 Nova began working with an Indie Label whom she worked closely enough with to pick up on the audio production skills necessary to produce audio digitally. Before 2006 Nova was released from the Indie Label. She was "out-rapping" the label's artist and it didn't sit too well with the producer, reason being, if she out shines the producer's artist she could take the label's sponsor's interest. She then became determined to found her own recording group. After years of doubt and disappointment from other producers for being a female emcee that could spit with the best of these male rappers and being a homosexual "tom-boy", as some may call it, she began founding her very own recording group. In 2006 Nova released "Sweet 16", the first CD of MP3 format, as she was to turn 16 that year, off the new label. The album was like her middle finger to all that had tried to hold her back due to her age, sex, sexual orientation, and explicit lyrics. Having developed her bars (written raps and freestyles) and producing skills by 2007 the Bread Boy erra began..
There has since been 2/3 album releases and now Nova has embarked on a videography production group.
"I don't want people to mistake us for a rap group anymore. I simply have started a family of individuals with a passion for hip-hop and a love for the way it brings all individuals together reguardless of color, age, sex, sexual preferrence and all the other b.s. reasons people discrimanate against. I believe, as did Bob Marley and Tupac Shakur, its possible to change the world through music... Actually we all feel that way. I am disgusted with the number of homosexual youth committing suicide for being outted. I am pleased to announce that my fans new, old, and developing can come to any function or gathering and be 100% themselves and recieve nothing but love. I just want to be the courage my people need to be themselves. Im going to teach the youth how to present themselves so people will willingly adapt to their way of life in the correct manner. Homophobia is the modern day racism. Believe it or not some of my colleagues and closet friends were slightly homophobic until they got to know me. Sometimes I feel like Dr.King, I guess everyone has a dream right? (laughs)"