Southern Rap embodies the struggle and the glory of the less fortunate people to achieve their true worth. Southern Rap touches the soul and is fearless. It talks about keeping it real in a world smeared with hate and pretense. Making his mark as a rising star of Southern Rap is Hero, who has just dropped a bomb, or rather, his new single, ‘She The Bomb’.
Over the years, Hero has travelled to different places outside Florida, doing shows after shows, spreading the Southern Rap. His style of music is very fresh and has a distinct feel to it. He has touched new heights of success with his music and is now receiving airplay throughout the states and in other countries. One of his songs has also featured in Robert Townsend’s movie, ‘Playing For Love’.
Hero’s new single ‘She the Bomb’ has already become a favorite with his fans and music lovers. The song is slick and the rhythm works. The wordplay is out of the world and the groove sets the mood. A YouTuber recently complimented the latest single, and said, “You always killin me with the bars!”
When asked what motivated him to make ‘She The Bomb’, Hero said, “I wanted to make a track that I’d listen on a loop. That’s exactly what I did. The beats and rhythm of She The Bomb will get to you. You won’t be able to get it out of your head”.
The Hip-hop Head Foundation recently chose Hero to do a song in honor for a Hip-Hop Icon KRS1. In his home city Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Hero is positioned at the #1 spot. Currently he is occupied with his upcoming album titled ‘Influenced’. The word on the streets is that Hero is the next big thing and is on his way to the top.
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