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Philadelphia, PA | Established. Jan 01, 2006 | SELF

Philadelphia, PA | SELF
Established on Jan, 2006
Solo Hip Hop R&B





Lookin for some fresh, hungry new talent? Look no further than the new project hosted by Mixtape titans DJ Damage & MMG‘s DJ Scream, Scumdog Millionaire from Philly young boi Feese. The 17 track project is diverse, featuring a number of different styles and flows, Feese keeps the features light with only a few guest spots from Phoenix, Andrea Valle, Young Savage and of course a few well placed shouts from Damage & Scream. - The Source

"Damaging The Streets"

Philly heavyweight Feese aka Mr. Habull releases his long-awaited EP, SCUMDOG Millionaire!!! This mixtape features the breakout hit, MOTION, which you can see the video for below. I had the opportunity to watch Feese create, write, record, and engineer for his project, and he can be described as nothing short of a renaissance man. Features include of Philly elitists like Young Savage & Andrea Valle, and is hosted by DJ Damage & DJ Scream. There’s a song for every situation and every type of person. The ratchets, the hood n****s, the strivers, the dreamers, and the thinkers will appreciate Feese‘s message that you can start with absolutely nothing and turn it into something amazing. Favorite Tracks:

Can’t F With It
Most High
Say The Word feat Andrea Valle -


Still working on that hot first release.



Haafiz “Feese" Muhammad at the tender age of 10, had the musical talent, creativity, and energy heard in his music far beyond his years. On September 4th, in Philadelphia PA, the music capital, a gift of music was born to Ms.Rice. Born into a musically inclined family, "Feese" quickly became involved in the arts and found his passion of performing, composing, and producing while attending after school performing arts programs. His mother moved him to Atlanta GA at the age of 11 to get a way from the violent streets of Philly. However, "Feese" always paid a yearly visit back home. What this did was give the “Feese” the flow of a Philly rapper, with the swagger and creativity of a Atlanta native. "Feese’s" older cousin, recognizing his talent and energy, suggested that he "record a single in a studio." Encouraged by a supportive and talented family and under the roof of strong religious household, "Fese" tapped into his talent and started writing, composing, and producing for local bands in the area to make a name for himself. "Feese" would sell his for beats little to nothing to get his name where he felt it needed to be. "Feese" describes his producing, writing, composing, and performing as "relaxing" taking note of all the negative distractions around him in the streets of Philly. “Music helps take my mind and spirit to places I desire” comments “Feese”. While preparing for a journey sure to come, "Feese" has continued to obligate himself with many activities including writing classes, interning at recording studios, and providing public services throughout his neighborhood, all which contributes to his dynamic sense of structure at his early age. Citing artist that include but not limited to: Beanie Sigel, Cassidy, The Roots, Fabolous, and Nelly, "Feese’s" music is fun, heartfelt, and emotional. "Feese’s" goal is to reach a diverse audience where his voice reaches throughout the world. Whether it's on the dance floor or a long drive "Feese" is sure to rise to any occasion by pulling your sense into a zone that is felt and heard.


In 2007 "Feese" relocated by to Philly where he recorded a song in his home studio called "4 Wings" better known as (Poke A Hole In My Top) jokingly "Feese" posted the record to his Facebook page but before he knew it was blowing up all over social media and getting over 5,000 downloads in a short week. The song never died down and got attention from local radio and was put in rotation in 2011 on Philly's Hot 107.9. Still to this day fans are jamming to the catchy hook and making there own dances to the record from Philly to Chicago even BDS spins where picked up in St'Louis. "Feese" Did not stop there he kept feeding the streets with this new unique style of music that he had mastered that some would call "Philly Club" He the recorded a record called "Lets Go" & "Break Yo Back" these records did the same as "4 Wings" and took the city by storm you can hear "Feese" music randomly threw out the Tri State from radio, block partys, Clubs & cars passing by.

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