West Coast Artist Heembeezy Shares Highly-Anticipated Track “Mike Phelps”

Heembeezy, the rapper known for viral hits such as, “Wess Yo Name,” and “Really Her,” is continuing to make a buzz as he’s back with another catchy track, “Mike Phelps.” The latest single showcases Heembeezy’s capability of creating a hit song as he fires off bar for bar in his signature flow. The upbeat track finds Heembeezy rapping about his newfound lifestyle of getting money, and women.

Heembeezy’s music reflects a distinct West Coast influence rooted in his upbringing, coupled with an exceptionally unique voice and effortless flow. In addition to creating music that people love, he also knows how to rock the stage. In fact, he just wrapped his first performance at Rolling Loud California, which had an insane response from the crowd. He definitely has a skill for crafting irresistibly catchy hooks and verses that captivate TikTok audiences, often setting trends unintentionally. Despite this, he has repeatedly emphasized that creating TikTok trends was never his deliberate intention.

Moreover, Heembeezy started gaining traction in 2022 for his hit debut single, “Face No Book,” which amassed over 4.5 million streams in as little as four months. His debut album, Really Heem, hit a record breaking 5.6 million streams in its first month, and Heembeezy keeps gaining traction in numbers as he’s currently amassing over 3 million streams a week.

It’s worth noting Heembeezy’s dedication to his craft as he continues to push the envelope of creativity and innovation. With co-signs from some of his peers such as Blueface Baby, Coi Leray, Skilla Baby, and 03 Greedo (to name a few), Heembeezy is a promising artist solidifying his spot in the Hip-Hop game.

As “Mike Phelps” continues to gain momentum, Heembeezy solidifies as someone to watch. He’s gearing up to release his debut mixtape Beezy Baby in April. Stay on the lookout, and stream the single below:


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