Cool Breeze is a 1st generation Dungeon Family artist, and creator of the hip hop term, and subsequent song "Dirty South". The song is featured on Goodie Mob's 1995 debut LP Soul Food, and the term has become the unofficial name for describing the hip-hop nation's southern US region. Cool Breeze has appeared on many Dungeon Family albums, and has appeared on songs with other artists such as Kurupt, Rick Ross, Lee Majors, Nivea & Eightball. He released his debut solo LP, East Point's Greatest Hits in 1999.
In 2001, he joined up with two rappers from a group called Sniper Unit and became known as Freddie Calhoun. The name 'Calhoun' derives from the street in the East Washington Neighborhood of East Point, GA, Calhoun Avenue. Calhoun Avenue runs through Martel Homes and to surrounding outside streets. Cool Breeze makes references to Calhoun Avenue, Martel Homes, O.J. Hurd Homes, Cleveland Avenue, Washington Road, Stone Road, and other known East Point, GA locations throughout his rhymes.