HeebzStreet is a twenty two year old Hip Hop artist from a north New Jersey suburban town called Parsippany. On October 26, 2012 he dropped his first mix tape entitled “The Morning After” and year and a half later on March 12, 2014 he released his second and latest mixtape “Sleeping Giant.” Most recently, HeebzStreet has had two songs featured on DJ Wallah’s “The Mixtape 1.0” alongside fellow New Jersey artists like Driicky Graham, Kazzie, Mike Zombie, Chad B, and more. The compilation dropped March 30, 2014. HeebzStreet expresses himself by rapping about his personal life experiences and displaying his own beliefs and perception through his music. He has a rebellious yet intelligent and inspiring new school sound that stays true to the Hip Hop culture.
HeebzStreet has performed at various North New Jersey venues including CIC and the warehouse used for the independent Rap shows ran by Underground Exposure. Not only has he been known to show face in his home state of New Jersey, he has performed in Long Island (Hofstra University), Newark, Delaware (Mojo’s), and even at the University of North Carolina of Charlotte’s basketball stadium for Springfest 2013 where he opened up for Soul Khan (Battle Rapper). At one show, at Webster Hall in New York City, he was fortunate enough to open up for YMCMB’s Cory Gunz. More recently he has opened up for Ubiquitous and Godemis of Strange Music’s duo Ces Cru.
In the future HeebzStreet hopes to completely master his craft and make music that will capture and resonate deeply within a real Hip Hop listener all while providing an ambiance and skill that would make him an idol to the Hip Hop culture. He will sharpen his image and work on mastering the art of marketing his brand. He wants to open up for more big name artists and get his own college tour started. He wants to get local shows going as well, along with an increase in his overall presence in the music industry. He wants to begin PR campaigns for big projects with huge potential to maximize his reach. Eventually make it on TV, sell out stadiums, and transcend Hip Hop and the music industry.
Official website: www.HeebzStreet.com