The 18 year old San Bernardino rapper WhoHeem has returned with a new video for his single, “Green Legos.” The video follows his hyper-melodic TikTok hit “Let’s Link,” this time opting for a more lyrical and menacing delivery. The video, filmed and directed by ShotByLate, opens with a young WhoHeem stacking green Lego bricks, a metaphor that foreshadows his life to come – stacking money, surrounded by beautiful women and luxury vehicles.
After setting the internet ablaze with his single “Lets Link,” WhoHeem released a remix to the viral hit featuring Tyga and Lil Mosey. The original song was WhoHeem‘s Billboard Hot 100 debut as an independent artist, racking up over 75 million streams across all platforms and boasting an impressive 2+ million video submissions on TikTok. Within a short amount of time, the San Bernardino artist has gone from rapping over high school cafeteria tables in the lunch room to charting on Billboard.
“Green Legos” is the latest video released by the promising San Bernardino native who recently signed to 8PETOWN, a new independent label out of the Inland Empire. Often referred to as 8K, the burgeoning label is run by two 21 year olds who’ve helped to shepherd a number of their artists to virility this year. With this move, WhoHeem joins a talent-stacked roster of rappers including KingMostWanted and MCM Raymond as they look to overtake the rap world and represent the I.E. worldwide.