‘Bas Kar‘ came out a few days ago and was abruptly praised by the audience who heard it. The track conveys a bold and salient message of peace and harmony between two neighbouring countries.
India and Pakistan have been involved in a cold war for quite a while now. Individuals from both nations trust that legislative issues separate them on the premise of one’s origin. Marshall The III, Big H and Young Bone initiated the idea of creating a track that talks about these issues and delivers a message of acting wisely against the political tactics.
“Hindustan ya Pakistan se pehle hum sab hain insaan, Jahan bhi jaati jaan apno ka hi hai nuksaan.”
This is from Big H’s verse is enough to let you know that this is about humanity and against the T.R.P. culture that media thrives on. It’s a remix that they did on A$ap Rocky‘s ‘Ghetto Symphony‘. The only downside of their remix is the post-production which was handled by Young Bone. It’s not bad but it’s not the best that he has delivered in the past. Lyrically, it’s good and falls under the category of political and conscious rap. Marshall has designed the artwork and has edited the video for the final cut.