From the nice cars, to the clothes to his boss like persona, Hefe Wine commands your attention when he enters the room. Similarly with every release since returning to the game from a brief hiatus, Hefe Wine has turned heads garnering posts on a host of sites ranging from AllHipHop to Noisey-Vice.
In addition he has worked with artists like 300 Ent’s T-Wayne and the recently released Gucci Mane. Adding to the hype, Hefe Wine’s classic Houston anthem “Pop my Trunk” was recently featured in the newest Beyoncé dance routine for her Formation Tour earning Hefe attention from the likes of Fader.
“It was random and crazy, I never would have thought the biggest super star who ever put on shoes would hand pick a song I produced and wrote ten years ago to headline their tour. JUST BLOWN AWAY,” Hefe said of “Pop My Trunk.”
But the OG Houston rapper has plans to take things a step further socially. Inspired by the recent injustices seen across the United States with regards to police brutality, Hefe Wine felt the need to address the issues for his children and future generations.
For the newest visual Hefe Wine delivers an emotionally packed vidual as he is fighting racism and attacking injustice while also addressing his children’s future.
“I’m a father first, I’m a writer, an artist and a producer after. What fuels my passion is my children. I’m a spiritual person and a humanitarian. You can hear that message in this song,” Hefe Wine said.
“The song and the video was inspired from the last three years of projected hate and crooked injustice,” Hefe said. “Sometimes you have to remind yourself of who you are when the world turns against you. You have to remember what you’re living for and fighting for. And “Friends” does just that. It is also a message to my children – love one another and be aware of friends.”