Each and every week witnesses some jaw-dropping hip-hop releases in the desi hip-hop community. Artists put in their efforts and as a result, hip-hop music scene is flourishing. Like every other week, we, at desihiphop.com, try to bring some of the hottest releases from the week for hip-hop listeners. These are hand-picked releases which are not arranged in any rankings and are equally important for the culture. So, without any further ado, let’s see what was hot this week.
Reloaded – Rob C
Recently, Rob decided to release an official compilation of his work under the name “Reloaded”. The compilation came out on July 22, 2017 and features ten songs including celebrated hits like “My Whole Life (feat. Sikander Kahlon)”, “Respect Overdue”, “Heart Ek” and others. In other words, this is the best of Rob C from the recent past. In fact, “Reloaded” is almost a 30 minutes long playlist and can be considered as his 6th mixtape.
“Reloaded” by Rob is exclusively distributed by DesiHipHop.com on all major music distribution platforms.
Here are the purchase and stream links of “Reloaded” by Rob C:
In The End (Remix) – MC Snub
MC Snub uploaded a tribute for the front man of Linkin Park – Chester Bennington. He quoted “Linkin Park was an exceptional band and Chester Bennington was its backbone. A small tribute to Chester Bennington by Mc Snub to spread awareness about depression. It needs to be taken more seriously by our society. It’s a highly dangerous disorder as it can even take the lives of talented individuals like Chester. Share this as much as you can, tag your friends and spread the message…R.I.P. Chester!” This tribute is worth checking out. RIP Chester.
Significant lyrics from the track:
“Khud ke vichaaro ka hi ghulaam bana,
Sir pe udhaar chada, Sab se jeetne ke liye,
Khud se hi haar pada, Wo khud se hi haar pada”
Watch the tribute by MC Snub here:
Meri Marzi – L.A.
“Meri Marzi” came out last week and is a result of excellent efforts. In addition, Vivaad ripped the Young Charsi produced beat off its original shape. Its a modern day up-tempo new-school release. In fact, Lakshya Parihar mixed and mastered the project himself and it sounds fire. On the other hand, the in your face style of bass line adds to the impeccable lyricism of Vivaad and L.A.
Significant lyrics from the track:
“Jo bhi main karun hai wo meri marzi yaar,
Ye beat hai banai Young Charsi ne kamaal,
Main hath bhi milaun shayad puchun tera haal,
Par issey zyada tujhse na main karna chahun baat”
Stream “Meri Marzi” by L.A and Vivaad here:
Soul Purpose – Saheer
Hailing from the Bay Area to an Indian immigrant family, Saheer’s childhood was a balance between family values and his environment. Heavy in instrumentation and dense in content, his music is a reflection of his memories growing up. Intended to guide his listeners through the stories of his own experiences and growth, as well as his vision for the future and beyond.
However, Soul Purpose is a departure from Saheer’s recent work. As a matter of fact, he is reinventing his music to express where he stands today in his own journey of introspection and mental maturation. The album dropped on July 20, 2017. With Soul Purpose, Saheer is looking to continue progressing forward to leave a larger mark on his listeners than any of his albums before.
Check out his full album ‘Soul Purpose on all digital stores exclusively distributed by DHH. Links below:
iTunes – https://itunes.apple.com/
Spotify – https://open.spotify.com/
Deezer – https://www.deezer.com/
Saavn – https://www.saavn.com/s/
Amazon – https://www.amazon.com/Soul-
Napster – http://us.napster.com/
Freestyle Friday – Hardy
Hardy is a Chandigarh-based artist who has always delivered the class. In fact, he can sound commercial with the lyricism that is flexible towards both ends. As a result, you can’t predict the sound he delivers. This time he was featured on DesiHipHop’s weekly #FreestyleFridays. Undoubtedly, the freestyle is powerful and Hardy looks more determined.