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ITEM: Heistclick is back! They’ve been working in the recording studio putting together some killer tracks! HeistClick has also added a DJ into the mix who’s become a part of the family. Killah B has been producing some tracks, and laying down the scratches for the new album as well as live performances. They also parted ways with Jani C, and wish her the best, and much success in the future. Heistclick is now looking for a new backup singer; male or female, for live shows, hooks, and backgrounds on the album. If you think you’ve got what it takes, send them a message. www.myspace.com/heistclick - THE BRONX TIMES REPORTER:

"What's the Word?"

These guys are the "BEATLES" of hip hop! - Word Up Magazine! 4/03


HydroClick: The Remixes (1999)
High Noon: Debut single (2003)
HEISTCLICK: The Remix LP (2005)
HEISTCLICK: We Mean Business (TBD)



Heist / ‘hist/ (1865) 1 slang: to lyrically commit armed robbery.
Click / ‘klik / (1581) 1 to succeed.

Their trademark: “No bullshit, No Gimmicks.” Their attitude: “We mean Business.” From the heart of hip-hop and the depths of rock-and-roll soul, the alternative hip-hop group known as HEISTCLICK brings you the next evolution in music. Alternative hip-hop refers to groups that refuse to conform to any of the traditional stereotypes of rap, such as gangsta, funk, bass, hardcore and party rap. Instead, HEISTCLICK blurs genres, drawing equally from a variety of musical influences. HEISTCLICK fuses heart pumping rock beats and hip-hop inspired lyrics to form their unique sound, appealing primarily to alternative music fans. The Bronx-based group is comprised of four emcees: MC CUTTA, COUNT BANKS, PETRO, and FRANK CASTLE a.k.a. FACEMAN representing the birthplace of hip-hop; and KILLAH B spinning wax for North Jersey. Together since June 2000 HEISTCLICK produced their first album SUPERPOWERS in 2002, and is currently working on their second official release. They manage and promote themselves, and create and own all of their music.
Since their inception, HEISTCLICK has been featured in “Word Up!” Magazine (April 04 and April ‘03), “Black Beat” (Aug. ’03), Da Rude (March/Apr. ’03), and The Bronx Times in numerous articles, to name a few. Their television and movie appearances include: The Grammy award winning Angels in America “HBO Special” (movie appearance), Public Access channel 67 “The Gary Axle Bank Show-Bronx Talk” “Live Interview” numerous times (Television), Channel 12 Bronx News “Interview” (Television), Urban Variety “Public Access” (Live performance) (Television). HEISTCLICK takes pride in their uncanny live show. The group has played most notable venues in the tri-state area including CBGB’s, Soul Café, Speed, CMJ Convention, and many others. They have performed with Sadat X from Brand Nubian, and opened for Rahzel at SUNY Plattsburgh Spring Fest. At Pocono’s Mountain Film Festival (PA) they performed for members of the cast of the Sopranos, Jack Palance, and Billy D. Williams. They have also performed at Club Med Cancun, St. Halifax Canada, and other venues in New Jersey and Florida.
In 2003 HEISTCLICK won a Jammy Award for “Best New Hip-Hop Group in NYC.” They are Artist of the Month 48+ months and running on www.Collegeartist.com. Their first single “High Noon” rose to the top of the charts on college radio, played on over 120 stations in rotation with the likes of Jay-Z, Maroon 5, and Jurassic 5. “High Noon” was also featured in two independent films: “Henry’s Heart” and “Mission Idiot.” HEISTCLICK is featured on over 30 websites including digital distribution with Best Buy, CD Baby, I-Tunes and 58 other commercial companies. They have merchandise distribution through www.CafePress.com, and their website www.heistclick.com receives over 20,000 hits a month; live videos and music updates of the group can be seen at www.myspace.com/heistclick.

HeistClick Accomplishments:

Music Distribution Through

Best Buy Online



The Dog house 92.3 free FM (JV & Elvis show)
the www.epicjams.com contest, twice!
Remote Lounge
Broadway Comedy Club
ABC Lounge
Hammerstien Ball Room
The Blue Room
Muzic Unlimited (5x)
Lowdown (2x)
Club Speed (3x)
Limelight (2x)
Down Time
Down Town Bar
P&G’s Bar and Grill
Mcgillicutty’s Bar and Restaurant (3x)
The Saint (NJ)
Orphan Annie’s (NJ)
Club Med (Mexico)
Lion’s Den
Soul Cafe(2x)
Club 1680 (2x)
Village Underground (2x)
The Point
Jerome Ave. Street Festival
Pelham Parkway Youth Concert
Dante’s Bar and Grill (FLA)
Pocono’s Mountain Film Festival (PA) (2x)
Club Mumbai (Ecko Sponsored Clothing for the Night)
CMJ Music Festival 03'
New Paltz University
Westchester Community College
Whisky Bar
New York Institute of Technology (women’s rites awareness) Central Islip campus
SUNY Plattsburgh Spring Fest (opening for Rahzel)
Queens Pride Fest (opening for India) 04', ‘06
New York City ‘STAGE FEST 04', ‘06
13 Little Devils (NYC)
Rally 4 Life…sponsored by The American Cancer society!
Rumors Bar
Music Unlimited
Brighton bar
The Living Room
NY Rock’s TV

Magazines/ News Papers/ Articles

Word Up! (April 04)(April 03,)
Black Beat (Aug.03)
Da Rude (March/Apr. 03)
Bronx Times (March, July, August, Sept. 03)
New Paltz Oracle (Dec. 03) (Aug./Sept 03)

Television and Movie Appearances and (Etc.)

The Grammy award winning, Angels in America “HBO Special"(movie appearance)
Public Access channel 67 “The Gary Axle Bank Show-Bronx Talk “Live Heist Interview"(Television) (4x)
Channel 68 (Heist Interview)
Channel 12 Bronx News “Heist Interview"(Television)
Urban Variety “Public Access"(Live performance) (Television)
Henry’s Heart featuring “High Noon"(Movie)
Mission Idiot featuring “High Noon"(Movie)