FCG HEEM AND THE CITY OF LAUDERHILL BACK 2 SCHOOL GIVEAWAY HAPPENING THIS WEEKEND
The song hinges on ominous piano as his melodic flow echoes with unbridled and unfiltered emotion. Getting raw on the verses, he holds nothing back, “I can’t never trust nobody my brother died by his friend.” The track proves to be equally catchy and cathartic as FCG Heem cuts deeper than ever on “Back Stabbers.”
This release arrives during FCG Heem’s Back 2 School Giveaway in his hometown of Broward County. The neighborhood hero partnered with The City of Lauderhill to provide thousands of backpacks and school supplies with donations from Vans and other brands. He will give back to his community on two day at both St. George Park on July 30th and John E Mullin Park on July 31st.
Earlier this month, he dropped “Closer.” Right out of the gate, it picked up plugs from Bong Mines Entertainment and Enigma Online, to name a few. In the visual, Florida HipHop elites such as Kodak Black, Youngeen Ace, Supa Cindy, and more notably pull up and show him love. “Closer” was originally teased on Charlie Sloth’s “Fire In The Booth” freestyle series (via Apple Music) and received over 100K combined views to date.
Get ready for more music from FCG Heem soon.
He recently maintained his incredible momentum of over 70 million streams and 22 million video views to date with “Not Lit” [feat. Loe Shimmy] stirring up excitement from fans for more music to come. It arrived on the heels of “Walkin Lick” and “Headlock” [feat. Hotboii]
Last year, he dropped the fan favorite Neighborhood Poetry, tallying millions of cumulative streams. In its wake, Miami New Tunes named him one of “Ten South Florida Artists to Watch at Rolling Loud 2021,” and went to praise him as “relentless.” The project notably boasted “Hood Story” [feat. NoCap], “Beef” [feat. Pooh Shiesty], “Champagne Showers,” and “More Pain” [feat. Toosii].
Beyond his prolific solo output, he also joined forces with LBS Kee’vin on “Hood Dreams.” Straight out of the gate, HotNewHipHop promised, “The track will leave you feeling inspired.” Meanwhile, HipHopDX recently raved, “The 23-year-old rapper has honed his ability to drop catchy bars that sometimes moonlight as hooks.”
Plus, “Haha” notably became a favorite song amongst NFL pros with stars such as Eddie Jackson, Dalvin Cook, D.K. Metcalf, Jerry Juedy, Calvin Ridley, and Lamar Jackson quoting lyrics in their social media captions. Receiving critical acclaim, ThisSongIsSick
About creating music FCG Heem said, “I’m trying to motivate the young people and give them something positive to look up to.”