top stories 

  • Infant dies 48 hours afte...

  • India Appreciates ICJ's D...

  • Death toll rises to 97 in...

  • Sambhal: 3 prisoners absc...

  • NGT Asked Delhi Governmen...

  • Headless since February, ...

  • World Cup 2019: Another S...

  • Ranveer Singh to become H...

  • Another Study Finds Telem...

  • Realme X Hate-to-Wait Sal...

  • National Testing Agency (...

  • US Congress Blocks $8 Bil...

Admin Reporter- Yugal

Feb 11 2019


Gully Boy: Why do people hate hip-hop, once you listen to love, right then, come to enjoy?

Mumbai,11,February,2019

 

Wrapper Krishna, who makes a different identity in Hindi rap on social-political issues, says that people have stereotype and misconception about hip-hop, due to which this mode is misconstrued.

 

 

 

When asked if the rap is misunderstood in the country, Krishna said, "Hip-hop and rap are varied as a genre and constantly change."

 

 

 

He said, "If anyone listens to this style then he will realize that hip-hop is more than julari, girls and cars etc. Every wrapper is different and subject and stories are different too. The change in perception will be gradually but definitely. "

 

 

 

Krishna sang songs based on socio-political and human subjects like 'Kaisa Maar Desh' and 'Vishnas' and they will soon be seen in the upcoming Zoya Akhtar directed movie "Gully Boy".

 

 

 

Ranvir Singh and Alia Bhatt are in the lead roles in the film. It is said that it is inspired by Street Rappers Devine and Naved Shaikh alias Naaji who are known to sing in 'My Gully'.

 

 

 

The Kashmiri-born singer of Delhi-based singer believes that the film can give a chance to people to see how difficult it is to actually identify as a good rapper.

 

 

 

When asked if the film will help people to understand rap culture and style better, they said that they feel naturally that it will create curiosity in the audience, so that people are inspired to understand rap culture and style. Lets do it.

 

instagram imagesfollow us @ instagram