MC Heam Is AR Rahman’s Official Favourite Rapper!

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MC Heam has been on a massive roll lately. From major accomplishments like working with AR Rahman and sharing the stage with him, working on a fight sequence for the Hindi movie Robot 2.0, Heam has a lot up his sleeves for the coming year.

Previously Heam was living in Delhi but he shifted to Mumbai and he started working for the Dharavi Project as a rap instructor. This was the point from where he started getting various opportunities to work with eminent artists from the industry as well as on big projects. “Thanks to Qyuki digital media company, I got my first project with Rahman sir which was for the international movie ‘Beyond the Clouds’,” Heam told DHH exclusively.

Heam’s recent feat is the The Odisha Men’s Hockey World Cup Anthem 2018, which has got 11 million+ views so far. The music video features the king of Bollywood Shah Rukh Khan along with Rahman and Heam. You can see him spit some real hot bars in Hindi with the aim to promote this underrated sport of hockey.

Heam also shared the stage with AR Rahman and performed the 2018 Hockey World Cup Anthem live. The performance by the artist was brilliant and flawless. Check out the grand live performance right here to believe it when you see it!

Rahman lately posted about the Hockey World Cup Anthem on the social media thanking Heam for his incredible rap for the track ‘Jai Hind India’. The post was then shared by Heam on his Facebook profile showing gratitude and appreciation to the love and care he received from the maestro of music himself!

Furthermore, Heam worked with AR Rahman once again for the recently released movie ‘Robot 2.0’ starring Rajnikanth. He recorded for a fight scene in the movie alongside rapper Aby Thampi. As a matter of fact Heam is gearing up for his next release titled ‘Maal Wali Ladki’. The poster looks fresh and rises anticipation! Stay tuned to Desi Hip Hop for more news about this humble rapper and his achievements.

Meanwhile checkout MC Heam’s stellar verse in AR Rahman composed ‘Jai Hind India’ here –