The Black Hispanic is no stranger to the rap game. He's collaborated and worked with many artists in the industry including Drag-On from Ruff Ryders, Capone & Noreaga, producer Scram Jones and Sporty Thievz to name a few.


H.I.M. was born and raised in Washington Heights and was exposed to the game very early on, not to mention the not-so-glitzy world of dealing with Uptown's dirt. 

Being exposed to the negativity of the streets inspired H.I.M. to express himself creatively through music as a means to let others know what the struggle was like coming up.

The Black Hispanic continues to put Wash Heiiights on the map with tracks like Boom Boom Room and Alone. 

To learn more about H.I.M. and download his latest tracks visit his official website here.