The Breaks

  • 2017
  • TV Show
  • TV-14

Three friends pursue careers in the hip-hop industry in New York City during the 1990s.

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N.T. Season 1, Episode 8 Apr 10, 2017 $1.99

Barry Fouray and Mattie Taylor race to sign Ahm. Nikki and DeeVee make difficult choices that will affect their lives forever.

Under Pressure Season 1, Episode 7 Apr 3, 2017 $2.99

Nikki returns to New York with a new plan involving Mattie Taylor and Imani X. Barry moves forward to expand his company. Damita interviews 2 Live Crew. Pressure mounts for Ahm, while DeeVee is pursued by his crew.

Amen, Brother Season 1, Episode 6 Mar 27, 2017 Paid

A shocking tragedy leaves everyone at Fouray Management in panic mode. Barry enlists the help of lawyer Paul Anders.

Substitution Season 1, Episode 5 Mar 20, 2017 $1.99

Nikki heads down to Philadelphia to save an unstable rapper's tour. Damita interviews Barry Fouray for the Village Voice. Ahm deals with a personal crisis and a tragic event will have repercussions for all our characters.

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Method Man Reflects On 90s Hip Hop Music
01:49 — Method Man discusses the role radio stations played in the 1990s, his favorite underground artists, and the effect of hip hop going mainstream.
Watch the First 5 Minutes of The Breaks Series Premiere
05:40 — DeeVee hears the song he produced with Ahm on the radio and on her first day as Barry Foray's personal assistant, Nikki Jones learns that she better k (more…)
Yo! MTV Raps: The Breaks’ Cast Reminisces About 90s Hip Hop Culture
03:07 — Seith Mann, Afton Williamson, Wood Harris, Mack Wilds, and Antonine Harris share their first exposure to hip hop music, how the rhythm and lyrics defi (more…)
Season 1: Meet the Cast
06:03 — Mack Wilds (DeeVee) takes us behind-the-scenes to talk with fellow cast members Teyana Taylor (Imani X), Dave East (Hashim), Antoine Harris (Ahm), Ali (more…)

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  • Premiered: February 20, 2017
  • Rating: TV-14
  • Premise: Three friends pursue careers in the hip-hop industry in New York City during the 1990s. (more)

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