Indee is comfortable in front of the mic because he is in his full character 24 hours a day. Music and films have been in his instilled in his soul since a young kid. He was born in New Delhi, India and at the age of 4 his family migrated to the United States. They settled in Richmond, Ca in 1984. His father was in the Bollywood entertainment business. Bombay Music was involved with Bollywood retail, distribution, film, music, production, movie cinemas, concerts, ticket sales, club promotions and currently is an online music store. Indee spent most of his time at the music retail store in Berkeley, Ca. where he learned the ins and outs of the music industry. By the age of 15 he was putting together mixtapes, writing stories, and rap songs. Indee’s older brother started a record label, Music House Records and put Indee on the label’s first LP, Gulabo in 1998. Around the same time Indee met Harm From Da Rich through his neighbor Bill (also a drummer) who was Harm’s cousin. Indee started recording with Harm and soon got into production himself. In 1999, Indee relocated to southern California and started networking with producers and artists in L.A and the Inland Empire where he met his good friend Kanwar, a punjabi rapper who lately was on a smash with Jazzy B called ‘ Rambo ” and also “ Son Of Sardar “ by Tigerstyle. He recorded over an album of songs with his producer Bambino from Make It Happen Records. Indee moved back to the bay in 2003 and Harm introduced him to Soundwave Studios in Oakland. Soundwave Studios was home to many professionals including Mac Dre and Harm. Hundreds of artists recorded tracks in Harm’s studio including Mac Dre, E-40, B -Legit, Keak Da Sneak, Mistah Fab, and Too Short. Indee soon got his own lab at the Soundwave Studios recording his solo album. He was working with Laroo THH, J-Diggs, Rappin 4-Tay, The Federation, C-Bo, B-Legit, Spice-1, Mistah Fab, and many more. After recording an album and mixing at The Grill Studios with Lev Berlak, Indee started producing and engineering his music. He recorded a few tracks with other Indian / Desi artists including Bohemia The Punjabi Rapper and Haji Springer. In fact, Bombay Music was the distributor for Bohemia’s first album Vich Pardesan De. A few recordings even took place at their facility in Berkeley. Over the past decade and a half, Indee has evolved just like the music industry. Indee’s style comprises of a unique voice and delivery. His writing and rhyming separate him from most rappers in the industry because nobody sounds like him. Indee has progressed in his musical journey. Look out for his projects with Harm From Da Rich as the group HarmIndee and his debut solo album "Indee 420".
Stay tuned for the release of Harmlndee’s official album “2 Kings: Checkmate” which is set to drop this summer. Sure to be loaded with sick tracks and production from some of the best in the West Coast. This duo is really polished and why should they not be? They are no strangers to the music industry.