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Bangladeshi hip hop

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Bangladeshi hip hop is commonly a genre of music and culture that covers a variety of styles of hip hop music developed in Bangladesh. It is heavily influenced by American hip hop, and started in early 2000. In recent years, Bangladeshi hip hop artists have begun to emerge in underground scenes in large cities such as Dhaka, Sylhet, and Chittagong. The lyrical expression of cultural identity, with lyrics addressing Bangladesh's political and social problems, make this genre a popular and growing one.

History

Hip Hop first took root in Bangladesh during the early 2000s with the introduction of American television and distribution of Hip Hop music within cd shops. Online social networking such as Facebook and Myspace also played a heavy role in bringing together various underground Bangladeshi rappers together in sharing their music. Early hip-hop was not led by corporate interests, but rather was largely ignored by Major record companies. An important spark for Bangladeshi hip-hop occurred in 2005, when Stoic Bliss releases their debut album 'Alok Borso durey'. Then Deshi MC's introduces gangsta rap. Now there are many rappers and hip-hop crews out there in Bangladesh and outside the country. Bangladeshi Hip-Hop divided into three regions Dhaka, Chittagong, and Sylhet.

Dhaka

Dhaka is the hub of Bangladeshi Hip-Hop. All most all mainstream rappers and hip-hop crews are from Dhaka City. Dhaka hip hop artists include Deshi MC's, Uptown Lokolz, CDL, Tri-Gang, Rajotto, Rap Hood Goonstaz, East Side Souljaz, Krazy Noize, The Elite (APD), R.I.S, Lyrical Assassins, Stunnerz, Cataclysm, Fat Kabs, Official KGS, Twin-B, D.33, Poetic Syndicate, D-Briggaz, GSR, Fly-O-Logy, Street Kings, and Abir Mollaand.

Sylhet

The Sylhet Hip Hop scene is very different from others in Bangladesh. They split Sylheti Bangla. Fuad Al Muqtadir produced the first Sylheti rap or hip hop. The track name was SILLOTI (album : Re-EVOLUTION). Then Lal Miah brought Sylheti hip-hop to Bangla Hip-hop largely. Sylhet Hip-Hop artist includes Lal Miah, Badboys Crew, Rhyme Shooterz.

Chittagong

Chittagong Hip Hop artists includes Sinister, R.O.C [Rapperz Of Ctg], Hustlerz Hood, Duke Of Chittagong, High Rollers, Chainlezz Fellaz.

Artists outside Bangladesh

Stoic Bliss, Blazin Annex, Lal Miah, Bigga Bro, Sh8S, B1shop (x-stoic bless), Disciples, Devious, Impact, Cosmics, B.C.F., Liquidsilva, Deshi Movement, FLO, Camz One, Rhetoric Klan, Re-2uned, Bangla Youth Project

Elsewhere

There are many crews in Savar, Comilla, Narayangong, and Cox's Bazar.

The style of music, lyrics and culture associated with hip-hop wasn't something one would consider compatible with the social norms of Bangladesh. But before long, artists such as Stoic Bliss and Deshi MCs emerged and started producing rap music in Bangla, which quickly became popular among the youth. Fast forward to 2018, although the tag of being an underground scene remains, hip-hop has garnered widespread recognition. A quick search on YouTube will provide a large list of practicing rappers, b-boys and beatboxers. Various events now regularly host hip-hop artists, some have even made it to the mainstream media. But Bangladeshi Hip Hop culture is misunderstood in the country and lags behind the scenes elsewhere in the world.

In 2019 Tabib Mahmud came to limelight with the song "Dhakaiya Guli Boy" which left behind many tracks in Bangladeshi Hip Hop scene regarding popularity.

References

This page was last edited on 15 July 2020, at 21:36
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