Jedidiah Breeze, of Austin Texas, is an urban music producer, artist and writer. With many years of experience in various roles of the music industry, Jedidiah is able to facilitate many aspects of music and media, not limited to production.
Previously working under the name Yung Cutta, he produced or engineered for artists including Chamillionaire, Tje Austin, Staci Russell, Yung O, Gerald G, Hot Cahmodity and more. His debut album "C.R.E.A.M" was released in march of 2008 on the streets, in local shops, and online through outlets such as iTunes. It featured tracks such as "Regulators of the ATX," featuring a sample of Warren G's "Regulate" and also features the songs "Hey You" and "Take Yo Shirt Off." Cash Rules Everything Around Me was produced entirely by Jedidiah.
On February 12 2012, Yung Cutta publicly revealed on Twitter and Facebook that he will now be know by his new name, Jedidiah Breeze. The change was made to better reflect his new direction of music which includes influences from house, club and pop records, with urban flavor. With his new single "Rock The Party," Breeze is poised to establish himself as an international icon.