On 'PNP', Seedhe Maut delivers bold and in your face imagery centred around success, wealth, fame, Nike shoes and Jack Daniels' bottles.
The production of the album is excellent all the way through, and there is a nice mix of classic and gritty, modern sound.
In Dee=MC2, you can hear the rapper having fun unpacking her feisty feminism, while confidently consolidating the ground beneath her feet.
The less I think of boundaries, the broader it gets: UJJY keys into his optimistic approach to existential hip-hop
Stepping into a method actor’s shoes, rapper/producer Ujjval Suri aka UJJY decodes his creative process in an interview with A Humming Heart.
Shillong-born, Guwahati-based rapper, MOKSH, plants his feet firmly on the ground with a brand-new EP – At Your Service.
The rapper undoubtedly levels up on Azli, setting another important benchmark in hip-hop from this region.
With a full-length album due later this year, Tienas aka Tanmay Saxena, is all set to take Indian hip-hop by storm.
Divine talks about everything, from corrupt politicians, the bribe-hungry police force to the pothole and drug-ailed streets of Mumbai in the new song for Netflix's Sacred Games.
Yashraj's debut release Takiya Kalaam scythes through the foliage of Bombay hip-hop with surprising ease.
'Elaan', the fourth track of Ahmer's debut album, Little Kid Big Dreams, has received a fiery visual treatment.