A rapper, visual musician, record label owner, Punjabi-American, and local New Yorker, Himanshu “Heems” Suri launched his single profession while still an associate of his outdated staff, Das Racist. Heems created the choice hip-hop group with some close friends in 2008, the same 12 months that he produced the Greedhead Music label release a their music. Their determining moment arrived toward the finish of the entire year as the solitary “Mixture Pizza Hut and Taco Bell” proceeded to go from quirky indie quantity to major strike very quickly. The solitary also hung as an albatross around Das Racist’s throat, and after multiple mixtapes and the state 2011 album Unwind, the assumption that these were a “novelty” take action became one among the reasons for his or her 2013 separation. Heems had currently dabbled having a single profession and released his debut mixtape, Nehru Overcoats, through Greedhead in early 2012. Another mixtape, Wild Drinking water Kingdom, got in past due 2012. After Das Racist break up, Heems going to Bombay and started focus on his formal debut single effort. The record premiered in in 2015 and coincided with an exhibition from the rapper’s artwork on the Aicon Gallery in NEW YORK. Both LP as well as the exhibition distributed the same name, Eat Pray Thug.