“I say Haha, they thought we was gon’ be broke forever, I made a promise to my brother, we gon’ be rich together…”
– quote from “Haha”
“Haha” is a song that celebrates the change in status for FCG Heem. The track proceeds with lively beats garnished with bristling 808s and airy guitar. Cool rhymes make the song enjoyable to bob your head to. It’s both an announcement and a shade to the haters who thought he wouldn’t make it.
The video is motivational with the dramatic change in the story – a grass to grace thing. He shows how he transformed from sleeping on the carpet with his mom and brother to living big. Colorful and positive vibes make it deeply satisfying to see the video over and over again.
FCG Heem said about the song, “The inspiration behind Haha is being happy to make it out and I’m just happy to be at a different level.” He added, “It was Terry’s birthday, Jerry Jeudy’s big brother, so I just made that song for them because Val and everyone was up there. So, I wanted to make a song for his birthday for those guys to celebrate with.”
FCG Heem came from Fort Lauderdale, Florida. He found his passion for music when his father brought a karaoke machine home when Heem was just three years old.
Despite his humble background tending to make him discouraged, Heem rather turned his struggles into smashing lyrics. He’s skilled at delivering soaring melodies, having spent several hours free-styling and entertaining his family as a kid.
He later fell in love with Reggae and became passionate about artists in the game. He cited 50 Cent as a favorite in hip-hop and over time was able to find his flow.
In 2018, he got deeper in the game and after he was fired from his job at Walmart, he began to upload tracks to SoundCloud. Refusing to back down, he has become a tremendous success and now has over 3 million views and 2 million streams.
He also got a public endorsement by multiplatinum luminary YFN Lucci and even from NFL stars Eddie Jackson, Dalvin Cook, D.K. Metcalf, and others.
His debut project led by this single “Haha” is where he formally tells his story.