Hotly tipped Cinematic Music Group riser Li Heat returns with the blistering 3400 Degreez, a 10-track mixtape featuring PGF Nuk, Lul Bob, and Landlord Lo among others. Stream HERE via Cinematic Music Group / Geffen Records. 3400 Degreez is the Alabama rapper’s first project since 2021’s Heated, which firmly established him as One to Watch both within his burgeoning local scene and nationally.
With its versatility and depth, 3400 Degreez confirms that status. From the previously released and undeniable “Vroom,” to today’s release of “Intro” and simultaneously the mixtape, the Birmingham rapper unfurls his low, unstoppable flow over bleak beats that range from ambient trap abstractions to warped club bangers.
3400 Degreez boasts notable collaborations with, PGF Nuk “Switchin,” Lul Bob (“smokers club”), Landlord Lo (“Sinnin”), and more. Heat more than holds his own amidst all that good company. Other highlights include a remake of his recent hit “Houston Heat,” as well as new fire including “3AM Palm Angels,” “Pack-a-punch,” and “they killed my dawg (Juice Mix).”
Listing his inspirations as NoCap, Rylo Rodriguez, Tee Grizzley, Luh Soldier, and Lil Baby, Heat incorporates their influences into his style in a way that still feels boldly original in rap’s crowded culture. His debut project, Heatin Up, which featured the viral hits “007” and “Titi” (featuring Big Yavo), captured his growth as a musician as he pushes his bars and sound to the next level.
With 3400 Degreez, Heat lives up to his massive potential and then some as he continues to carve out his place among rap’s elite.