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Jammu and Kashmir: Young rappers sing about positive changes in Valley after scrapping of Article 370 Kashmir
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Jammu and Kashmir: Young rappers sing about positive changes in Valley after scrapping of Article 370

India Blooms News Service | @indiablooms | 07 Dec 2023, 11:32 pm

Kashmir-based rappers Humaira and MC Raa recently celebrated the positive changes that the Valley is witnessing ever since Article 370 was scrapped with their new song 'Badalta Kashmir'.

Talking about the song, Rapper MC Raa told ANI, “This song has tried to explain whatever developments are taking place in Kashmir."

"The situation in Srinagar and the developments that are taking place here, G20 was successful or Smart city was made, those were my inspiration," MC Raa said.

"Hip Hop artists create songs by observing their surroundings, I used to travel from Srinagar to Shopian and in between, whatever development I saw, I thought of making a rap on Kashmir,” MC Raa said.

Taking to Instagram, the Government of India also shared the song on their official page which they captioned, “The youth of Kashmir have spoken, that too through a energetic rap song! Listen to the song that encapsulates the emergence of #NayaKashmir.”

Talking about his collaboration with Humaira for the song, MC Raa said, “When I was writing this song, it came to my mind that there should be a female artist in this song because now the biggest difference I have seen is that earlier girls were judged by their clothes, or how they carry themseleves, but now that thing is no longer there. So I thought of keeping a female rapper with me.”

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