Evan Brown

Evan “E-Breezy” Brown had options when he graduated from Clackamas High School in 2010. His good grades brought him scholarship offers from private colleges. He looked at big state schools. But Evan chose Clackamas Community College.

“I feel like I made the right choice – CCC is a good fit,” he said. The location is convenient to work and home, and the classes are a great value.

Evan is an aspiring rap artist who performs under the name E-Breezy. At Clackamas, he’s working on a transfer degree, studying both broadcast journalism and music technology. He’s gaining knowledge and skills that will support both his music aspirations and a career in the music field. CCC’s Music Technology is the only program of its kind in the state, giving students the core skills to enter the sound and music production industry.

“I want to dive into areas where other rappers have never gone before. But if making my own music doesn’t work out, I will definitely work in the music industry,” he said.

When he completes his transfer degree at CCC, Evan plans to transfer to PSU to complete his bachelor’s degree. You can check out E-Breezy at:

YouTube.com/EBreezyTV
Facebook.com/OfficialEBreezy
Twitter.com/EBreeezy 

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