Kolkata’s duo Cizzy and Joe aka Streetfood Music have released their debut album “Uposonghar Noy”. “Uposonghar Noy (Infirmus)” is an album comprising of 8 tracks, each one better than the previous. The whole album has been made by Cizzy and Joe from the scratch. Including the production, writing, composing, mixing etc. Trust us when we say this, you haven’t heard anything like this from the Desi rap scene before!
A beautiful abstract music video for one of the tracks from the album is out now. Music video of “Daripalla” has a meaning that will make the viewers dig deeper and take their minds on a conscious trip. The track is about missed calls and choosing the wrong things as the name suggests. The self made music video is one of a kind. Leaving it up to the audience to draw a conclusion.
“Nothing is more holy than the sins of God.” – Streetfood Music
Cizzy from Streetfood Music stated, “Daripalla means a beam balance which signifies the emotions and sentiments of the character changing over time and the time judging it over a period of infinite. It makes the person stand in front of a cliff of redemption where he ignores his conscience and continues to drive himself in the wrong route. The video surrealistically shows the condition of that person at that very moment comparing it with the time and world history as a whole. The whole video is in a dream sequence which leads to a conclusion at the end of the video which is for the viewers to decide.”
Watch the music video of “Daripalla (The Story of Missed Calls) here –
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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. As a matter of fact, the multi-lingual album caters to the Bengali audience more. Hence, opening doors to Bengali rap for folks across the globe!