MC Heam, also known as Hemant Dhyani, hailing from New Delhi, has ascended to the forefront of the hip-hop scene in India, carving out a distinct and resonant voice. Wearing numerous hats adorned with glistening golden feathers, each emblematic of his remarkable accomplishments, he stands as an alternative rap luminary, a proficient producer, a masterful lyricist, a distinguished recording artist, and a dedicated rap instructor affiliated with TDDP (The Dharavi Dream Project). Among his repertoire, the track ""Launda Befikar"" stands out, having garnered fervent acclaim from aficionados of hip-hop music. MC Heam's meteoric rise to fame was catalyzed by his notable participation in the renowned television reality show ""MTV Hustle."" His performances not only captivated audiences but also elicited effusive praise from esteemed figures in the industry including Raftaar, Raja Kumari, and Nucleya. The trio of judges often found themselves compelled to shower him with accolades, a testament to his distinctive musical style, innovative compositions, and profound lyrical prowess, leading to resounding standing ovations.
MC Heam's association with TDDP (The Dharavi Dream Project) commenced in 2017 when he took on the role of a rap instructor. The Dharavi Dream Project, situated at the heart of the youth cultural movement within the neighborhood, extends a helping hand to the underprivileged youth residing in India's largest slum, Dharavi. Through its endeavors, the project provides classes and opportunities, cultivating the potential of the community's budding talents.