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Breaking: Late Punjabi Hip-Hop Pioneer Sidhu Moose Wala Announces New Posthumous Single ‘Watch Out’ F/ Sikander Kahlon, Prod. by MXRCI

Photo: Sidhu Moose Wala

Legendary Punjabi emcee and songwriter Sidhu Moose Wala, born Shubhdeep Singh Sidhu, has announced his fourth posthumous single “Watch Out”.

Produced by Punjabi superproducer MXRCI, the single serves as the follow-up to “Chorni” – Moosa’s sophomore collaboration with Indian rap royalty Divine – and arrives amidst unprecedented anticipation for the late Punjabi artist’s posthumous rap records.

Notably, the single was first confirmed by Moose Wala’s father Balkaur Singh Sidhu and features a guest verse by “Racks & Rounds” rapper Sikander Kahlon.

Last night, Moose Wala shared the exclusive “Watch Out” artwork with his fans via Meta. “Be Vigilante. Danger Ahead,” Moosa wrote on Instagram administered by his parents Charan Kaur Singh & Balkaur Singh Sidhu.

Check out the flagrant “Watch Out” artwork below.

As reported earlier, Moosa continues to be remembered by cult Hip-Hop figures across the globe. Most recently, “Rockstar” rapper and pop singer Post Malone gave ‘PBX1’ his flowers.

Malone’s flowers for Moose Wala arrive within weeks after “Her Loss rapper Drake remembered “his brother” during the Canadian leg of his “It’s All A Blur” tour last month.

It was the 5th such instance when “The Boy expressed his admiration for Moose. In August, just three days before showing love to Moose Wala by playing “Levels” at his massive concert in Canada, Drizzy honoured the Punjabi rapper amidst his concert in Seattle.

“… you continue to listen. I see my boy got the T-shirt on. Rest in Peace, Sidhu Moose Wala one time,” Drake said at the time while standing against a tall Virgil Abloom statue at the Climate Pledge Arena, Seattle.

Besides Drake, Moose Wala continues to be remembered by South Asia, U.K. and Afro rap’s tall figures including DivineRaja KumariBurna BoyTion Wayne and MIST and U.K. Hip-Hop superproducer Steel Banglez.

Earlier this year, Birmingham’s legendary woman emcee Stefflon Don visited Moose Wala’s home in Mansa, Punjab on his birthday.

Look out for Sidhu Moose Wala’s forthcoming single “Watch Out” on November 12th 2023.

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Stream Sidhu Moose Wala’s final rap LP ‘Moosetape’ via Spotify.