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Heet Mob

Long a hub of black culture dating back to the Negro leagues and the jazz era, Kansas City yet again births ground breaking talent with Heet Mob. A Wu-like thick team of wicked emcees, rhymes led by John Lee and Daheeteus on beats, established the innovative spins on Hip Hop beginning in 1991. Heet Mob Records was established by Victor "Daheeteus" Hunt and local Hip Hop group, Innovative Black Funk (Daheeteus, Solomon, DJ Flex D), to be the support unit, foundation, and business outlet for the group and other Kansas City based talent.

Shortly afterwards I.B.F joined forces with frozen image productions and Icy Roc for musical production, which already hosted an array of talent from the city (Basement Khemist "Ill brew", Tech9ne, Vell Barkardi, Sole' and others.). That led to the early I.B.F releases(The Black Plan, Funky Black Stuff, and the I.B.F, most popular song "Can't get enough of the city") from 1992-94. Founded by Victor "Daheeteus" Hunt and local Hip Hop group, Innovative Black Funk (Daheeteus,Solomon,D.J. Flex D), to be the support unit, foundation, and business outlet for the group and other Kansas City. based local talent. Shortly afterwards I.B.F joined forces with frozen image productions and Icy Roc for musical production, that already hosted an array of talent from the city (Basement Khemist "Ill brew", Tech9ne, Vell Barkardi, Sole' and others.). That led to the early I.B.F releases (The Black Plan, Funky Black Stuff, and the I.B.F. most popular song "Can't Get Enough Of The City") from 1992-94. By 1995 Heet Mob Records established in house musical production from Daheeteus for Black Funkula Prod.

After a one year hiatus to develop musically, Heet Mob released a free Hip Hop sampler in 96' with musical collaborations by I.B.F. and the Basement Khemist, calling it the "Soul Project". Creating a serious buzz amongst the local Hip Hop community and throughout the Midwest, they became a group and expanded by recruiting fellow immediate MCs and developed the talent under the umbrella of Heet Mob, further recruiting, developing talent, recording and running one of the first Hip Hop open mic venues (voted best Hip Hop club "Club Mardi Gras" for two and half years).

In 2002 the SlamJamz/Heet Mob Records - Soul Project single "I See Ya" was released as part off the score of the Fox Searchlite movie "Brown Sugar" (scene 20 on the DVD), to be heard in theaters throughout the nation. This gave instant exposure to the label and Soul Project for momentum leading up to the maxi single release - Shine Thru 2002-03, the first independently released project for the new Heet Mob Records L.L.C. The release created a wider fan base and buzz throughout the region, and worldwide online base that grow into recent projects with new material, various appearances and shows.

 

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