Chennai based rapper Nitish Dogra aka King ND is out with his brand new album “Kings Never Die (K.N.D.)”. The 7 track album has the rapper reaching out to people who are trying to find solace through music. King ND speaks to his audience through his lyrics and hopes to get the recognition he deserves. Finally the album is out and DesiHipHop.com is exclusively distributing it on all major platforms!
“K.N.D is a dream project and is very close to my heart. This album is me reintroducing myself into the scene so I can reach out to more people and maybe help them in a few ways.” – King ND
Nitish Dogra aka King ND
King ND has high hopes from this album’s release as he aims to catch the audience’s attention. Talking about the album he stated it has seven tracks which form a movie-like story line from the inception. Furthermore, Nitish gave ode to the people who have helped him put the album together. He stated, “The music for the album is done by Thomas Hodek aka Tellingbeatzz who is an amazing producer from Munich, Germany. The entire album was recorded at Vanajkesav Digi Audio Waves in Chennai by a good friend K.K. Senthil Prasath, who guided me during the making of this album and has also provided me with professional quality overall.”
“A big S/O to DesiHipHop.com for always having my back. I hope that the audience get what they have been waiting for,” Nitish signed off. Known as “Chennai’s Desi Rapper”, KING ND has performed around his city, and furthermore ventured out to Bangalore representing the culture. Nitish who is actually a Punjabi was born and brought up in Chennai, and his love for his city is true to the core. Nitish is no stranger to collaborations as he has previously worked with artists from all over India and Africa as well.
“Kings Never Die (K.N.D.)” Tracklist
He blends Hindi with a little Punjabi and likes to call it Hinjabi. “Kings Never Die” is also a multilingual album in which King ND has penned down verses in different languages, blending them with beautiful singing and melody. “The Message”, “Tere Bina” and “Paray Ho!” are some of the tracks from the album showing the diversity of languages from the titles itself.