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Rahul Jaluthria aka Smoke Tha Rapper is an upcoming New Delhi emcee who's, 'Delhiness' can be seen in his ruthless battles or mettlesome remixes of currently trending Desi Hip-Hop anthems.
After the wide reception of their debut single in April 2018, Mumbai based Urban-Pop/Hip-Hop collective SIXK released their second single 'Conversation' today across all music-streaming platforms.
In the track, Badshah is discharging his opinion about his naysayers and others who consider themselves his competition. You can hear him bragging about how his hardwork has changed his circumstances, how going mainstream helped him become financially stable, stable enough that he bought himself a Rolls Royce and a has a park in his house.
The track 'Goonda Gold' is a new school heater. Both the artists have dynamite verses having a very subtle Cardi-B vibe on a monumental trap beat.The triplets on the high hats provide a certain bounce which are accompanied by lyrics highlighting a very rebellious message. The undertone is, 'like it or not, we are here to stay'. The beat has indian instrumentation in bits and pieces and signifies their Indian roots.
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.
ROCKY GORKHALI is the very first Hindi rapper out of North East. This one man army is a powerhouse and writes, produces, shoots and edits his own work. His roots are in Darjeeling but he picked up the art form in the central state Chhattisgarh. He is currently stirring the scene up in Pune and is one the OG's representing North East India and has a rather exquisite blend of old school and new school elements in his music, that combined with a laid back flow is sure to get the listeners head bumping.