Posts tagged Heems
[Watch] Heems - "Soup Boys" (Official Video)

On the day of Obama's presidentail inauguration, Heems drops his politically-minded video for "Soup Boys". Starting with an interview of Obama discussing the use of predator drones, it quickly turns into a goofy, green-screen satire. With Heems dancing and rapping about taking drones out on dates in front of stock footage of drone strikes and protests, what wouldn't the Obama administration love? Check out the drone love above.

Heems' Wild Water Kingdom is out now. Download it for free here.

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[News] Das Racist Announce Break Up

This past weekend, Das Racist was set to perform at On3 Festival in Munich, but to the surprise of fans the only member to show up was Heems. During his "solo set", Himanshu divulged to the crowd, saying, "You guys wanna know the secret? Alright, so I’m going to do some Das Racist songs, but Das Racist is breaking up and we’re not a band anymore." Apparently hip-hop's resident goofballs have broken up.

Confirming the news was Kool A.D., who took to his Twitter to say, "for the record i quit das racist 2 months ago and was asked by our manager not to announce it yet. apparently @himanshu wanted to do it tho."

For a more detailed account, third Das Racist member Dapwell discussed the break up with SPIN.com: "I was bummed when we actually broke up, when it was done, mostly because it was a way to make money really easily. Now, I probably won’t be able to make money that easily ever again,” he said. “But we had a plan to break up around May. We had just signed this record deal and we were going to put out one proper album and then go on a farewell tour, release a proper breaking up statement that could have been really funny, maybe a weird, stupid video. Now, all of that has gone to shit." Continuing, Dapwell revealed that everyone in the band "kinda checked out and it was just about money, which some people can do, but apparently, we’re not good at doing things we don’t want to do anymore. It made everyone go crazy and get angry in such typical band fashion: guys arguing and then drinking. It’s just stupid. Because in the beginning, it was just us. We’d all hang out all the time, we all lived in this apartment together. Not that we were super friends, but sort of, you know? Really, it’s a huge opportunity squandered."

[Listen] Heems feat. Cee Gee - "Let It Go"

The boys from Das Racist are always keeping themselves busy, aren't they? Heems delivers yet another cut from his forthcoming mixtape Wild Water Kingdom, teaming up with Cee Gee and bringing Keyboard Kid in for production duties. Listen to the spacey, sinister "Let It Go" below, and head here to stream the other Wild Water Kingdom cut "Killing Time".

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[Listen] Childish Gambino - "Tell Me" Feat. Heems

Hot damn. Childish Gambino has another track from his new mixtape up on the wordwide web via RapRadar. The track is called "Tell Me" and features Das Racist's Heems. I personally ain't going to complain at new material from Donny and am very much looking forward to the full mixtape when it drops. In case you missed it we've previously got to enjoy the ScHoolboy Q featuring "Unnecessary" along with "We Ain't Them".


[Listen] Heems - "Mr. India"

Today, Das Racist member Heems let loose a leftover track from his recently released mixtape Nehru Jackets titled "Mr. India." Released via his Tumblr, the track combines traditional Indian sounds, as well as some Bollywood thrown in there, with classic East Coast hip hop, and sees Heems laying out his classic non-sensical lyricism. Give the track a listen below.

Heems - "Mr. India"

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[Download] Heems - 'NEHRU JACKETS' (Mixtape)

It's only been a few weeks since we got to listen to Das Racist's Kool A.D. and his new mixtape The Palm Wine Drinkard but not to be left out, Heems has just dropped his NEHRU JACKETS mixtape which features some dope sounding guest verses. It features spots from Childish Gambino, Danny Brown, Action Bronson and  Mr. Muthafuckin ExQuire all of which sound big. There's not much more left to say other than jump over here to grab the mixtape and hit play after a quick unzip. It's 25 tracks and a cover of goodness. Take your time to enjoy this one.