13,000 people in attendence. HeebzStreet has been sharpening his performance skills in various North New Jersey venues including CIC (East Orange, NJ), and the warehouse used for the independent rap shows ran by Underground Exposure (East Orange, NJ). He has also performed at The Blue Room in Secaucus, NJ when he opened up for legendary Prodigy of Mobb Deep. 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 had opened up for YMCMB’s Cory Gunz. He has also opened up for Ubiquitous and Godemis of Strange Music’s duo, Ces Cru, in that same venue. HeebzStreet expresses himself by rapping about his personal life experiences and displaying his own beliefs and perception through his music. His song concepts vary with a wide range from, partying, drugs, girls, dreams, having fun and living a suburban life, to addiction, struggle, crime, nightmares, personal demons, urban life temptations etc. He has a rebellious yet intelligent and inspiring new school sound that stays true to the Hip Hop culture.
HeebzStreet is a twenty three year old hip-hop artist from a north New Jersey suburban town called Parsippany. He is currently signed to Snoop Dogg, on Doggy Style Records. On October 26, 2012 he dropped his first mix tape entitled ‘The Morning After.’ A year and a half later on March 12, 2014 he released his second and latest mix tape, ‘Sleeping Giant.’ HeebzStreet has had two songs featured on DJ Wallah’s ‘The Mixtape 1.0’ alongside fellow New Jersey Artist’s like Driicky Graham, Kazzie, Mike Zombie, Chad B and more. The compilation dropped March 30, 2014. Most recently, HeebzStreet has been fortunate enough to perform at The Xfinity Arena in Everett (Near Seattle, WA) when he opened up for LIL WAYNE, Rich Homie Quan, Lil Dicky, and K Camp. The arena had an estimated 10-
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