Music has no language and religion says Hard Kaur


Bollywood’s rap queen Hard Kaur recently visited the Hungama office for a meet-and-greet session called Hungama Spotlight. Hard Kaur sang her latest track from  “The Rising Mix Tape ” and shared how she picked talents from all around the world and gave them an opportunity to be a part of her latest album released via ArtistAloud, talent-first app.  Hard Kaur also got her few artist from her album ” Sharule “, Parry G , Apeksha Dandekar to perform live with her.

The queen of Indian hip-hop is back once again to drop the biggest, and most mega scale project featuring over 30 Indian artists.Hard Kaur sang her popular tracks for the audience, witnessing loud cheers for every song she sang. Hard Kaur also shared her wish is to see more female rappers  in the Industry. She shared her experience about completing this album in just 9 months, she mentioned she initially selected only 10 artists but after receiving such a great response from artists all over the world, she decided to feature  30 artists. She also said, “India has so much of talent which needs platforms like Hungama and Artist Aloud to help create a platform for this talent,” she further added, ” I also believe music has no language and religion hence I got talent from Dubai, Malayasia, Chennai, etc. I want to push the hip-hop movement further, I think people need some more options, in hip hop music they only know about Honey Singh and Raftaar, so I decided to feature other rappers & hip-hop artists in my album. I look forward to support more Independent music and artists. We will be coming with Mix Tape part 2 and 3 in the near future.”

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