A new music video named “KOTHA” by a crew called WBC is currently storming the Bangladeshi HIP HOP scene by their flow, lyrics, music, and of course Unity. By burying the wannabe fake emcees they said some really incredible things. Worse Boyzz Crew kept it RAW and REAL representing everyday life from the core of their hip hop beating heart. The video shaped up to be one of the most overlooked and slept on music of the year till Skibkhan from Deshi MCs shared it.
The crew consists of five artists Xmile, MK, Aabdx, Biggem and Aafaz from Chittagong, Borishal and Dhaka. Their target were the backstabbing rappers who are currently burying BD Hip Hop industry to the ground. Their rhymes are inspired by BD Hip Hop’s very own Fokir Lal Miah. WBC represented BD Hip Hop and let everyone know that real hip-hop still bangs no matter how shiny whack artists get with their weak music.
The beatfor “KOTHA” is produced by two members of the group Abdx and Xmile inspired by the legendary super producer Dr. Dre. They also did their own audio engineering and even video editing and each of them wrote their own verses. WBC has been shaping themselves up since 2012. Instead of releasing weak sounds they decided to wait and master their craft so that they don’t have to be dependent on anybody. The song was supposed to release back in 2015 which got postponed to this year due to unforeseen technical issues. They waited for perfection and came out with a bang!