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One for the Rajasthanis

DNJAI76122 | 4/16/2017 | Author : Kopal Batra | WC :259

Rapperiya Balam and Kunaal Vermaa’s latest track is a fusion of hip-hop, trance and Rajasthani

Rajasthani hit-makers, Rapperiya Balam and Kunaal Vermaa, have collaborated once again for their latest track Kaalyo, which is a mix of hip-hop, trance and Rajasthani. The track released on YouTube on Saturday, and started getting a positive response soon after.
For this track, the two have also collaborated with
international artiste Shady Joe from Nigeria and musicians Amol and Sumer Dangi, who produced the song. They have earlier created Rajasthani hits such as Hariyala Banna, which has crossed 2.5 million views on YouTube till now, and have also worked on tracks such as Chirmi Fusion, Mharo Rajasthan. These videos not only helped promote the Rajasthani language and culture, but also set new standards in the regional Read full story

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