The production of the album is excellent all the way through, and there is a nice mix of classic and gritty, modern sound.
Assamese protest music witnesses a transition, but overall still embodies the values set by the notable names in the past.
What Chabuk manages to do in 16 minutes doesn't only make for one of this year's most exciting hip-hop/nu-metal releases but also opens up new avenues and bolder directions for the burgeoning hip hop scene in India.
The duo’s debut record is a mature mélange of sounds from Hip-Hop and R&B, featuring versatile production and delivery.
Kashmiri rapper Ahmer talks about his debut album, Little Kid, Big Dreams, and how he strategised to make sure his message wasn't stifled.
Naya Hindustan deserves your attention, as a promising corpus of hip-hop that helps music transcend language in a country that is so swayed by lingual fascism.
The Bangalore-based duo’s debut release has the right intentions, even if hampered by occasional contrition.
The rapper undoubtedly levels up on Azli, setting another important benchmark in hip-hop from this region.
The duo is exploring a new musical direction by sampling folk tunes
This week's Currents features some of the most technically deft musicians.