‘Azaad Hu Mai’ – Naezy’s ode to independence and the freedom to make ones own choices. Taking decisions and expanding thoughts about time and how it flies in a world where working hard and avoiding shortcuts is key. Through compelling poetry and a narrative that encompasses the voice of the streets, the power of the masses and a hope for those who work hard, Naezy talks directly to those who dare to challenge the system and move ahead.
With ‘Azad Hu Mai’, Naezy becomes the first artist to collaborate with Saavn for its Artist Original Program.
Hear it exclusively on Saavn: http://saa.vn/azaadhumai
DIVINE confronts his inner emotions with #Farak.
DIVINE’s new single #Farak is an expression of his life-adventures over the years, while highlighting his pillar of strength -his Mother. This video has been shot in the gullies of Mumbai and Goa and features DIVINE’s friends, brothers and artists that have been part of his journey so far. #Farak is one of his most personal and honest! Watch now!
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The boy from Bombay 70, Naezy is back with a brand new hard hitting track titled “Tehelka”. The track has been produced by Sajeel Kapoor, better known as SEZ.
Titled ‘Tehelka’, the single is taking aim at the so-called Presidents and Kings of Desi Hip-Hop, while at the same time raising the bar for the MCs that are a part of the Indian underground hip-hop movement. Continue reading “Naezy – Tehelka | Official Music Video” »
The Dreamteam is back with another episode of “Dreamteam Sessions”. This time they have Bone Broke and Wide Octaves with them. The Mumbai based duo Enkore & D’Evil, otherwise known as Munky Rhymez have been absolutely killing it with their new series.
This time they present to you, their own version of Mike Posner’s Chartbuster “I Took a pill in Ibiza” . The music has been produced by Vineeth Jay aka Wide Octaves.
Do check out this video and let us know your views in the comment section.
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You must have heard the tracks “Alphabetical Slaughter” by Papoose and “Alphabet Aerobics” by Blackalicious. Like most of the people, i was blown away when i first heard these tracks. This is the work of a true lyrical genius. But what if i told you that now India has its own “Alphabetical Slaughter”, and that too, in Hindi!
Meet KR$NA, who just dropped this new joint called “Vyanjan”, and this is freakin crazy. KR$NA goes IN on the beat produced by Insane.
The best part is, He keeps the lyrics completely relevant. He has surely raised the bar for everyone with this track. The video has been Shot by Inflict. This track is a must for every hip-hop fan, and is Highly recommended. Check out the track here:
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D’evil drops his brand new video titled “Kadki”, The title of the track is unique, just like the Music video. Where most rappers usually show off the finest cars, big mansions and hottest girls in their music videos, D’evil does the complete opposite. He keeps it real indeed, showing the everyday life of a broke man in “Kadki”. Kedar Amburle did an amazing job with the “Birdman” inspired music video. The whole video is just one long shot from start to end. Here’s what D’evil told us about the video:
“Kadki – or being broke is one of the most common and humbling experiences that one goes through in their life at various points. It’s not that it is good or bad ; rather it’s about finding a way out when nothing seems possible – iow – a quick fix / jugaad. It’s a subtle guerilla style of living wherein one accomplishes their work in one way or another.
Starting from this premise we shot the entire film also employing various jugaads – using real settings , rather than building a set, utilising real characters (residents) from the area rather than actors. In some places we have used our friends as we didn’t have a budget as such for actors… Whatever we did is comprised of the beg, borrow or steal mentality. This ensured us staying true to the concept and permeate it throughout the process of film-making.”
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Mumbai’s Finest drop an anthem for the streets !
Mumbai’s Finest has been iconic in the Indian Hip Hop Scene. They are Mumbai’s First crew and have been educating people through Hip Hop . They recently released their viral street track ‘Bappa Morya’ which was made for the Ganpati Visarjan especially. The song was the only rap song from the underground to be played at various visarjans and mandals.
Mumbai’s finest had already released the audio and had invited people to join them for the official video shoot which happened at the Visarjan of ‘Vakola Cha Raja’ at Santacruz, Mumbai. The video is out and it looks unlike any other video that you have ever seen.
The video showcases people vibing and dancing like crazy on the streets of mumbai. It shows raw energy and that ‘ranti’ vibe as anyone from Mumbai may call it. “ We wanted to make a song that can be played anywhere in mumbai and people will still relate to it. It is by and for Mumbai” says, D hood who has produced the track.
The video looks promising and we strongly suggest you to watch and share the same
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Naezy’s new rap ‘Asal Hustle’ describing everyone’s life struggles, situations and consequences including himself is out now!!
The boy from Bombay 70, Naezy is back with a brand new music video. The track is called “Asal Hustle”, and its produced by his long time collaborator SEZ. Naezy take you through a tour of Mumbai city, and talks about its fast paced lifestyle, which is obviously not for the weak.
You can download the track here: naezy.bandcamp.com
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Wo Roke Hum Ruke is a song from the latest Mumbai’s Finest Album, ‘Mumbai Till I Die’ . It is a song that talks about never giving up on your dreams and never letting go. It sparks a revolution and simply states that one cannot be stopped if they don’t want to be . The video features Miss India Intercontinental 2015 ‘Snehapriya Roy’ and is shot at the Kharghar Skywalk, Mumbai. The video is dedicated to all the bold girls, women and ladies who aren’t afraid to be who they are. Your Safety is our responsibility. This is produced by Darshan Lodhaya aka Bluesanova from Mumbai.
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Enkore and The Dream Team collaborate with guitarist Gaurang and songstress Vashudhaa for this amazing live session!
This happens to be the first episode of their new series “Dream Team Sessions”.
Mumbai hip-hop collective Dreamteam have launched the first episode of their new self-produced live jam series titled Dreamteam Sessions featuring rappers Enkore and D’evil and music producer Sinista from the crew, and with the guest artists for the first episode being guitarist Gaurang Bailoor and singer Vasudhaa Narayanan. The videography of the video, titled ‘Settle Down’ has been handled by the crew’s own Kedar Amburle.
The video sees all the musicians performing live and fusing different styles and influences of music into one soulful jam. This new video comes off of Enkore recently being in the spotlight for the music video Aflarani which he collaborated with Aflatunes on, shortly after releasing music video Walk Again. D’evil had recently been in the news for his music video Bhalti Soch, where he displays his elite prowess in Hindi rap.
“Something like Dreamteam Sessions is very important to us for both the music that’s going to come out of it as well as the overall concept of just reaching out and doing this with our friends that are ridiculously talented and showing the various flavours of hip-hop – and music in general – that deserve appreciation.”
Enkore – www.thisisenkore.com // @thisisenkore
D’evil – facebook.com/devilmumbai
Gaurang Bailoor – facebook.com/gaurang.bailoor
Vasudhaa Narayanan – facebook.com/vasudhaa.narayanan
Kedar Amburle – facebook.com/kd.amburle
Sinista – facebook.com/anishdude13