|Origin Helsinki, Finland|
Name Heikki Kuula
|Labels Yellowmic Records|
Genres Hip hop music
|Also known as Huukki-Heikki, Perhosveitsi-Heikki, Hector Gucci, Nemo, Sexual Hexual, Kuikki Heela|
Born 27 January 1983 (age 32) (1983-01-27)
Occupation(s) Rapper, record producer, graphic designer
Associated acts Teflon Brothers, Voli, Pyhimys
Music group Teflon Brothers (Since 2006)
Albums Blacksuami, PLLP, Vihrea salmiakki, Katuvisioita, Punainen planeetta
Similar People Pyhimys, Ruudolf, Paperi T, Juno, Karri Koira
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Heikki Kuula (born 27 January 1983) is a Finnish rapper, record producer and graphic designer. He is known for his frequent collaborations with the fellow rapper Pyhimys who has also served as an executive producer on Kuula's albums.
Heikki Kuula released his first album Hoodipihvii with Voli in 2004, and two years later they teamed up again for Wordcup. That year Kuula also released his first solo album Vihreä salmiakki. His second solo album PLLP arrived in 2008.
Kuula's third solo album Blacksuami was released in May 2010 and was the first to appear on the Official Finnish Album Chart where it reached the position 41. Heikki Kuula started to gain more recognition later that year after he appeared as a featured artist on the song "Epoo", a debut single by the rap duo Jare & VilleGalle. Kuula also appeared on their next single "Nelisilmä" which reached number 17 on the Official Finnish Singles Chart.
In February 2012, Heikki Kuula and Pyhimys released an album Katuvisioita, using the pseudonyms Perhosveitsi-Heikki and Lika-Aki. The album peaked at number nine on the Official Finnish Album Chart.
Heikki Kuula is also a part of the hip hop and rap group Teflon Brothers with Pyhimys and Voli. They have released three albums so far; T (2009), © (2010) and Valkoisten dyynien ratsastajat (2013). The latter has become their most successful release to date, peaking at number six on the Official Finnish Album Chart. The album has also spawned a single "Seksikkäin jäbä", featuring Stig and Meiju Suvas, which reached number three on the Official Finnish Singles Chart.