Best Hip-Hop Album Covers From The Desi Hip-Hop Scene (Part-2)

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Apart from music, some of the artists are known for their creative artwork. These covers add an element of coolness that can turn an album or a mixtape into a matchless one. As a matter of fact, these artworks attracts a lot audience as well.

In the world of digital marketing, music industry spends a lot of money on the promotional artworks. In this post, we are going to discuss the best album covers and mixtape covers from the mainstream and the underground scene.

1. Meri Jeet- Bohemia

Meri Jeet was released later this year and this track is from his recent released album called Skull & Bones. The video of this track was directed by his team mate J.Hind.

2. Go- Yungsta And Seedhe Maut

Yungsta and Encore ABJ wanted to do a different track as compared to their previous collabs “It’s Alright” and “Wishes”.

As a matter of fact, Yungsta found out this track’s instrumental online which was created by Menice. Later on, Calm joined in on the third verse and the track came up to be how it is. It was released last month

3. Gujra Way- Rap Demon

“Gujra Way” is a perfect track for hip-hop heads who love to bounce on a track. Farasat Anees has produced this very instrumental for Rap Demon and Rahul Beniwal‘s visuals are a cherry on the icing.

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His work is highly praised by the desi underground audience and is often considered as Pakistan’s finest.

4. Chal Bhakk – D’Evil

Dhaval Parab, professionally known as the D’Evil, is a rapper from Mumbai, India. Initially, he was a poet. He started writing rhymes at the age of 16. He is inspired from Eminem, Dr.Dre, and Snoop Dogg. 

Above all, he is going to drop his next track which he entitled as “Chal Bhakk”. The artwork of this track is very much interesting and it’s D’Evil, you can only expect these things from him.

5. Woh- Guru Lahori

Woh‘, as the name suggests, intends to catch a male-female relationship and that is basically about it. Guru has tried to keep it intelligent and street while utilising a majority of rhymes in Urdu and with a nice desi hip-hop flavour.

Basically, the idea behind ‘Woh’ is a very brief 1-minute audio/visual experience that captures a thought/experience that most of us have.