American based Desi Anik Khan took the hip hop scene by storm with his latest hit ‘Big Fax’. The track is catchy to the core and sung from the heart. It struck a chord with lot of immigrant Desis settled abroad. A Bangladeshi by origin, Anik paid ode to his roots in the song. Its an exciting time for hip hop and his fans in India will soon catch a glimpse of him!
Anik Khan is headed to India this week for his official tour powered by BIRA 91. The rapper will be hitting three cities viz. Mumbai, Delhi and Bangalore. Tour will be kick started in Delhi on October 11th at Shed 9, followed by a show at The Humming Tree in Bangalore the very next day. Mumbai gig is all set to go down on October 13th and supporting him on stage will be Monica Dogra as well as Delhi’s dynamic duo Full Power.
For those who know very little about the artist, Anik Khan was born in Dhaka, Bangladesh. During his childhood, his father had bureaucratic roots and was involved in the Bangladesh Liberation War. Anik was only four-years-old when his family moved to the United States. Moving from Dhaka to Astoria, Queens, New York was a big move for him. Anik even established Khanfidénce and was on the verge of getting signed under Def Jam. In fact, Khanfidénce was an ode for teaching himself charisma and confidence against bullying.
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In 2017, along with the release of Kites, Anik Khan was featured heavily in numerous publications in the Hip Hop world. From Complex to NPR to Beats 1, Anik Khan took every opportunity to represent and share his Bengali heritage with the world. With songs like Habibi, Mantra, Sunlight, and numerous others, Anik Khan is sure to make the entire world take a peak into how Queens influenced this Bengali immigrant’s life in the most positive way possible.