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Breaking: ‘Chorni’ by Divine & Sidhu Moose Wala Enters Billboard Hot 100 Canada, Replaces The Weeknd & Playboi Carti

Divine and Sidhu Moose Wala’s hard-hitting rap single “Chorni” has razed through the Billboard Hot 100 Canada chart to debut at the 27th spot.

The flagrant rap record, which features Moosa’s fourth posthumous verse, replaces Mike Dean-produced “Popular” by The Weeknd, Playboi Carti & Madonna. Notably, “Chorni” is the third biggest Indian rap record to debut on the Billboard Hot 100 Chart this year.

In June this year, Punjabi Hip-Hop pioneer Shubh debuted his sprawling hit record “Still Rollin” on the Hot 100 chart at the 40th spot. At the time, the track surpassed major label releases including “America Has A Problem (Remix)” by Beyoncé & Kendrick Lamar, “War Bout It” by Lil Durk & 21 Savage and more.

Further, Karan Aujla & Badshah‘s incendiary debut collaborative effort “Players” debuted at the 91st spot in January. The single, which served as the lead single to Badshah’s “3:00 A.M. Sessions” EP, continues to make an impact even to this day.

However, ‘Chorni’ marks the biggest spot that an Indian rap record has achieved this year upon its debut on the Billboard Hot 100 Canada.

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, 2022.

Divine has paid his tributes and remembered “his brother” at some of the most influential events in rap music.

Most recently, Divine gave Moosa his flowers during his historic live set in Ahmedabad. In fact, that tribute arrived amidst numerous Hip-Hop superstars mourning the loss of a true rap pioneer.

Ever since his death, Moose Wala continues to be remembered by global rap’s tall figures including Drake, UK’s Burna BoyTion Wayne and MIST and British rap superproducer Steel Banglez.

Earlier this year, Birmingham’s legendary woman emcee Stefflon Don visited Moose Wala’s home in Mansa, Punjab on his birthday. During her brief stay, Don paid her respects to the slain rapper’s father Balkaur Singh Sidhu and his mother Charan Kaur Singh.

Moose Wala is slated to join Banglez for another posthumous verse. Reportedly, Steel Banglez will release “Attached” featuring Sidhu Moose Wala & U.K. Rap pioneer Fredo. Further, U.K.’s legendary woman emcee Stefflon Don is gearing up for “Dilemma” with the slain rapper.

Rest in Peace, Shubhdeep Singh Sidhu.

Related: Remembering Sidhu Moose Wala on His First Posthumous Birthday

Listen to ‘Chorni’ by Divine & Sidhu Moose Wala here via Spotify.