FLORIDA RAPPER 350HEEM ENTERS MAJOR LEAGUE WITH NEW EP
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Today, Florida rapper 350Heem releases his energetic, highly anticipated new EP, Major League via Motown Records. Over the past few months, Heem has been teasing the project with electric singles like “Scat Day” featuring NoCap and his major label debut, “Tomorrow,” which have further demonstrated his charisma and magnetism to the world. Listen to Major League here. 350Heem also drops the new video for “Chess”. Watch it here.
“Scat Day” spotlights the powerful flows and undeniable presence that have earned Heem millions of views on TikTok alone. With its infectious hook and electrifying beat, produced by Tay Keith (Drake, Travis Scott, Polo G) and JetsonMade (Playboi Carti, Jack Harlow, J. Cole), the early single showcased the unstoppable talent that the Lakeland, FL, artist brought to “Built 4 This”—a dexterous track that recently exploded on TikTok, quickly amassing over 4 million views.
At the center of the EP is “448,” an undeniable anthem for the trap game. Over a bouncing beat filled with synth stabs and 808s, he raps about the hustle of the game. And yet, despite his globetrotting tour dates, the rapper makes it clear the fame hasn’t changed him—he’s still the same Heem who grew up in Polk County.
With Major League finally out in the world, Heem is fulfilling his mission to put his hometown on the map. “Where we come from, I didn’t see a lot of people rap,” he says. “I didn’t see the city support a lot of people, and there wasn’t much light shed on our city either. That shit had me thinking it just wasn’t possible. I want everyone to know it is.” On Major League, and standout cuts like “448,” 350Heem proves that a young kid can make it out of Lakeland, FL, or any of the places around the world just like it—as long as they hustle like there’s no tomorrow.