Check out this video clip uploaded by BBC Asian Network, which shows Divine, in the studio with Tommy Sandhu, Who asks him about how he get to know abt BBC Asian Network. Divine answers that he had been listening to Charlie Sloth and Fire in the Booth on BBC 1Xtra. Tommy Sandhu then called Charlie Sloth in the studio, who plays a few beats for Divine, and Divine spits some fire rhymes.
Divine becomes the first hindi rapper on Fire in the booth.
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2015 has been the biggest year for Indian Hip-Hop scene. So many amazing artists coming up, Hip-Hop on national TV and what not. And what a way it is to start the new year. We start 2016 with this brand new music video by Dhaval Parab, better known as D’Evil. Accompanying him on the track is India’s leading Female Hip-Hop artist Dee MC.
The track is called “Learn”, And it is all about the struggles that almost each and every artist goes through. Video has been Shot by Kedar Amburle, and it is nothing less than a piece of ART.
Rapper Lunch (feat. A-List) [Prod. By DJ BC]
Poetik Justis drops DA BOMB on Emcees with his brand new music video. The track is called “Rapper Lunch”, And features A-List, Who happens to be one of the finest Indian Emcees to ever touch the mic.
Poetik and A-List drop bars back to back, which might offend a few wack rappers.
The video has been shot by Nikhil Vaiude, And shows Poetik and A-List in a room along with a Hostage. The video has a psycho
Here is what Poetik Justis had to say about the track when we spoke to him:
“The song was in the works for almost a year, we wrote for this last year but both of us got caught up in our work and didn’t really get the time to sit and work more on this track. This year after we finally got done with the song, me and A-List KNEW this was something way too different to be released just as another audio. This was where Nikhil Vaiude, the DOP and editor of the video came into picture, his ideas and direction have given light to this song and shootouts to Anuvrat Singh for some great acting skills!
The song was majorly made just for some bars, this is usually what we do on a daily basis and we thought why not just go all in and put it out there. All in all a great experience”
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