Voreheez
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Voreheez

Lawrenceville, GA | Established. Jan 01, 2000 | INDIE

Lawrenceville, GA | INDIE
Established on Jan, 2000
Solo Hip Hop R&B

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Sep
20
Voreheez @ Liquid lounge

Atlanta, Georgia, United States

Atlanta, Georgia, United States

Sep
16
Voreheez @ Liquid lounge

Atlanta, Georgia, United States

Atlanta, Georgia, United States

Sep
15
Voreheez @ ILounge

Atlanta, Georgia, United States

Atlanta, Georgia, United States

Music

Press


"Voreheez - "Opulence""

Atlanta's very own Voreheez returns with newest full-length project, entitled "Opulence." Give it a spin and let us know what you think! - ThisIs50.com


"@Voreheez – “Opulence”"

Atlanta’s very own Voreheez returns with newest full-length project, entitled “Opulence.” Give it a spin and let us know what you think! - YouHeardThatNew


"Voreheez - Opulence"

Atlanta’s very own Voreheez returns with newest full-length project, entitled “Opulence.” Give it a spin and let us know what you think! - TheDoseMusic


"Voreheez – BankRoll"

Atlanta’s own emerging star, Voreheez, returns with the video to his single “BankRoll”.

The video was directed and shot by @realdeangibson

Stay up to date with all of his adventures, business dealings and activities via @Voreheez on all social media sites.

Additionally, please visit his website www.voreheez.com for additional information.

He is currently working on a follow up to his 2016 project, entitled “Opulence”.

More details coming soon. - RisingHype.com


Discography

2010: Voreheez - "Access Hollywood"

2016: Voreheez - Opulence

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Bio

At the mention of the name “Voreheez,” one is immediately reminded of a horror movie villain, Jason Voorhees; known to ruthlessly murder everything in his path. Though spelled differently, Voreheez takes a similar approach as his namesake. 


Often described as aggressive, fearless and dominant on the mic; Voreheez merges his street upbringing with real life situations he’s personally encountered.

“I care about the product that I present to the world,” says Voreheez.

“Though I have dabbled in the criminal world, I am not the typical drug dealer turned rapper. However, I am not completely a good guy gone bad either. I am a mixture of both, so my music reflects both lifestyles.”


At a young age the Safety Harbor, FL native had aspirations of working in the music industry. Voreheez began his musical journey at the tender age of 10 years old.

As a mere 5th grader, he would spend his free time transforming his thoughts into song lyrics. The level that Voreheez wanted to reach wasn’t exclusive to songwriting, however. It wasn’t long before he began creating full bodies of work; later branching off into producing.

“I have the talent, determination, skill and knowledge to create and maintain a credible, lasting brand,” Voreheez says of his musical ability.

Around 2001, as a member of the hip hop group "Disciples of Atlanta" (with fellow members A.O.P. & C-Ride), Voreheez released his first official collective body of work, “Doomsday Vol. 1.”

He later teamed with fellow rapper "Panama Red" (and producer "Rick Gee") to release the "It's Not A Game" mixtape in 2005.

In 2010, as a solo artist, Voreheez released his highly acclaimed “Access Hollywood” project presented by DJ Burn One.

He further promoted its release by performing at Sweet Auburn Fest and A3C Hip Hop Music Festival in Atlanta, Ga.


Voreheez’s work ethic doesn’t go unnoticed. In May 2016, the unsigned emcee debuted “Opulence,” his most successful album release to date. “Opulence” (and other Voreheez releases) has garnered Voreheez the attention of top hip hop publications Jack Thriller, YouHeardThatNew, Street Report Magazine, 50 Cent’s ThisIs50.com and more.

When it’s all said and done, Voreheez hopes his music transcends generations and genres.

“I want to be known as a good person who made great music,” he says. “I also want to be known as someone who constructed and built his own lane; which he allowed his friends and family to drive in.”

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