The wait is finally over, the album that will put Kolkata on Desi Hip Hop’s map is out now. Streetfood Music has released their debut album “Uposonghar Noy (Infirmus) exclusively in association with DesiHipHop.com. After creating much-needed hype, the album is now available on all major streaming sites. So what are you waiting for?
“Uposonghar Noy” means ‘inconclusive’ while “Infirmus” is Latin for the same. When asked about the reason behind choosing this as album name, Cizzy mentioned, “Uposonghar means ‘Moral of the story’ and Noy means either ‘9 (nine)’ or ‘Not’. We have 8 tracks in the album, the 9th song was supposed to be the moral of the story, which is absent, hence ‘Uposonghar Noy’.” There’s a deeper meaning to just the album name, imagine what content it holds!
“Nothing is more holy than the sins of God.” – Streetfood Music
Streetfood Music stated, “The album is a story of a journey, which starts with the storytellers and the city of joy itself. They depict a lost person as the central character. As the album propagates, the songs time jump between some important phases of this person’s life. The album gives the listeners the freedom to fill in the blanks according to their own experiences in life, so the story may vary with perspectives.”
“As the album reaches its end, the story of the dawn marks a new journey, Which brings us back to the first song, just as if a loop has been reset. That is why the album couldn’t fetch any conclusions and hence the name,” Streetfood Music further added. The album has no features, while the whole production is done by StreetFood Music themselves.
The vibe of “Uposonghar Noy (Infirmus)” is rich and vibrant, filling up the listener with awe and admiration. Streetfood Music has been working on this joint since January of 2017. Finally, their hard work will bear fruits on the auspicious occasion of Mahalaya, marking the beginning of Durga Puja. Being one of the pioneers of hip-hop music in Kolkata, this album is bound to move the crowd. The multi-lingual album caters to the Bengali audience more. Thus opening doors to Bengali rap for folks across the globe!