One among them all is the recent hip – hop star – RaOol who is waiting for the Bollywood to pay attention to them. Let’s read and know more what this guy has got to tell us about his music and his journey.
With a generation and era where people are more into music than ever before, whether it is on their way to work, or while working out ir doing household work, the only thing that helps us to pump up our moos is music. Especially nowadays, the pop and rap and the hip-hop music is a lot in trend, the rappers are getting known by the people and many of the individuals are trying themselves and showcasing their talents in the field of music.
Music director, rapper and songwriter, RaOol enjoys the management of being the only Gujarati rapper who has played a role in the Indian music industry
Director of music, rapper and songwriter, RaOol is grateful for the support of being the only Gujarati rapper who has played a role in the Indian music industry. Raised in Australia, a UK-based Indian rapper / rapper has contributed to Bollywood films such as Housefull 3 (2016) and Tum Bin 2 (2016), but says it is not something he wants to focus on.
RaOol said that he loved working on both of these films, and also teaching Dwayne‘ DJ ’Bravo how he raped the Hindi verse that he wrote for him was super dope. There is another pipeline release, that he says and continues,” But, as a composer and therapist, he writes from his own experience and thrive on that freedom constructively. So, working with certain characters / narratives is something he can do, but avoid it too much. If one of his songs works for a film that’s great and he is happy to work with, but it’s not something he prioritize.
For a long time, music in India was similar to Bollywood songs and then there was an explosion of pop music in the 90s. And now in recent years, we’ve also seen indie artists.
Looking at the current state of Indian music, RaOol says, “The re-emergence of the Indian subcontinent is particularly exciting in hip-hop. The fact that wherever you look – nationally and regionally – there are already signs of a thriving hip-hop community that includes all three pillars, Rap, Graffiti and Street Dancing, and that is very exciting. ”
The singer , who recently released his four-song Gujarati EP entitled Gujarat Stand Up, adds, “Waiting for the Bollywood bigwigs to get our attention is a mistake, they consider all music as fashionable and not one-off. We, as the hip hop community, need to be independent of the content and have our own business. ”
Former artists include Thoda Bing Thoda Bang, Kem Cho, Desi Girls Do It Better and Swag Beta Swag and she admits that as an independent artist in India, one faces many challenges. “It’s a way of making and producing music. It’s very rewarding because in the end you build a positive relationship with the middle class fans, ”he said.