Fateh’s definitely making some ‘New Memories’ with his latest drop

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In the past few years, we have seen the rise of Indian origin artists all around globe. It is the late 80's and early 90's generation folks who have been taking this charge. One impactful dude out of this generation is 'Fateh'. Fateh Singh is a California native who currently lives in Toronto. Fateh was born in Bangkok, Thailand to Sikh parents and moved to Hayword, California at the age of six.

Wiz Khalifa and Raja Kumari live at Sunburn Mumbai & Delhi

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If you are someone who loves hip-hop, then what you are about to read is going to blow your brains away.  Wiz Khalifa who is famous for songs such as "Say Yeah," "Black and Yellow" and "See You Again" is scheduled to visit India for a two-city tour this September. He is playing two solo shows in Delhi and Mumbai on Saturday, September 14 and Sunday, September 15, respectively. Wiz Khalifa is going to be accompanied by the Raja Kumari, who has also been spinning heads in India and North America.

AAKASH’s album ‘Overseas’ brings the entire Mumbai family together

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Emmy Award Winning producer, Aakash Ravikrishnan aka AAKASH, just dropped a project titled, 'Over Seas' which brings some of the most promising and talented acts in Mumbai together.

The entire project is a vibe and has something for everyone to jive with and relate to. The album features Sahir, Bombay Lokal, Dopeadelicz, MC Altaf, D'Evil, Trap Poju, Dee MC, Ace among many various other local titans.

Hasbro Toys buys Death Row Records for a $4 Billion deal

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Toymaker Hasbro has acquired gangster rap label Death Row Records — which counts Shakur and Snoop Dogg among its artists — as part of a bid to grow its stable of family-friendly entertainment. The worldwide toymaker announced the $4 billion deal Thursday to buy British company Entertainment One, which produces animated kids shows such as “Peppa Pig” and “PJ Masks” but also owns the rap label.

Big Sean donates a $100K Recording Studio in Detroit

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Big Sean and his Sean Anderson Foundation held the second annual DONWeekend celebration, featuring a free block party and a mental health panel, in Detroit on August 17 and August 18. In addition to gifting the children and people of his community with free carnival rides, and haircuts, the multi-platinum artist also donated a $100,000 studio to the Dauch Boys & Girls Club.