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Indian Rap Superstar MC Stan Allegedly Disses Emiway Bantai At Massive NH7 Concert In Pune, Teases Collaboration With YG

Over the weekend, Indian Hip-Hop/Rap superstar MC Stan, born Altaf Shaikh, performed his debut NH7 Weekender Live Set in Pune.

The flagrant rapper, who has risen to unprecedented recognition across the burgeoning Indian rap scene, performed a slew of top-selling rap records including “Basti Ka Hasti”, “Shana Bann”, “Ek Din Pyaar”, his most recent single “Urvashi” and “Haath Varthi”.

However, Stan’s live set, which made way for legendary Compton rapper YG’s headlining set at the major festival, shocked many after he performed his infamous diss track “Khuja Mat”. Notably, YG himself dissed former U.S. President Donald Trump at the concert too by performing his diss record “F— Donald Trump”.

Read Everything About This Year’s NH7 Weekender, Pune.

The track, produced and written by Stan himself, first surfaced 4 years ago amidst Bantai and rap mogul Raftaar‘s back-and-forth diss records and turned the P-Town emcee into a nationwide rap superstar.

While Stan did not take direct aims at the “Good Boy” rapper during the concert, the hard-hitting rapper performed the entire lethal track as part of his live set and it has led to widespread speculation about whether the “Nusta Paisa” ostensibly dissed Bantai at his concert.

Bantai is yet to respond to the incident.

Watch Stan performing “Khuja Mat” at his top-selling concert here via X, formerly Twitter.

Further, Stan linked up with gangsta rap pioneer and concert headliner YG backstage after his performance.

While the young emcee shared photographs of his meeting with the “Hit Me When U Leave The Klub” rapper, he further teased his debut collaborative effort with YG.

While Stan & YG’s backstage meet doesn’t come off as a surprise, the Indian rap heavy-hitter has stirred collaboration rumours with Compton’s finest.

Reportedly, Stan further shared the set of pictures on his massive broadcast channel “Aai Zavun Tak Mitra Mandal” and hinted that a collab might be “OTW”.

If the collaboration does happen, it won’t be the first time that YG will team up with an Indian emcee for a rap record. In fact, the iconic “Bloodwalk” rapper worked with Karan Aujla quite early on in the Punjabi emcee’s career.

YG even performed his collaborative effort with Aujla, “Gangsta”, at his debut concert in India.

Check it out below.

Since you’re here, stream “My Life 4Hunnid” LP by YG via Spotify.