Indian Hip-Hop royalty Divine, born Vivian Wilson Fernandes, has finally released, perhaps, the most crucial rap record of our times, “Chorni”.
The affecting Hip-Hop single, which was first previewed by Divine during his sprawling live set at Lollapalooza, features Sidhu Moose Wala‘s fourth posthumous verse and serves as the follow-up to Moosa’s debut collaborative effort with Burna Boy titled “Mera Na”.
Divine and Sidhu Moose Wala shared one of the closest friendships in Indian rap music. The Gully Gang pioneer and Sidhu, who first collaborated on “Moosedrilla”, recorded its follow-up “Chorni” to further that association and release some of the most influential rap records in history.
However, Moose Wala was shot dead in Mansa, Punjab on May 29, 2023.
Ever since Moose Wala’s death, Divine has paid his tributes and remembered “his brother” at some of the most influential events in rap music.
Ahead of “Mera Na” produced by Steel Banglez, Moose Wala released his first sophomore posthumous single “Vaar” and “SYL”. However, “Chorni” has Sidhu’s most ruthless posthumous verse yet.
With the release of “Chorni”, Hip-Hop across India, the U.K., Canada and the U.S. awaits Moose Wala’s next rap records – “Attached” with Fredo & Steel Banglez and “Dilemma” alongside U.K. Rap‘s legendary emcee Stefflon Don.
Sidhu Moose Wala is yet to receive justice.
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Stream ‘Chorni’ by Divine featuring Sidhu Moose Wala here.