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Emiway Bantai to Shut Down Hyderabad Before 2023

Indian Hip-Hop superstar Emiway Bantai is gearing up to shut down the city of Nizams Hyderabad this New Year’s eve. The iconic ‘King of the Streets’ is slated to perform at the YOLO Arena in Hyderabad alongside numerous underground DJs and Hip-Hop acts.

Bantai’s performance in Hyderabad will serve as the follow-up to his recent headlining set at the two-day Zomaland fest where he performed in front of over 10,000 fans.

Performing at the Jawahar Lal Nehru in New Delhi, the iconic emcee performed a slew of his biggest hits including the trap-heavy ‘Machayenge’, ‘Guess’, his latest single ‘Pyaar Hai’, ‘Tribute to Eminem’ and more.

Notably, Emiway debuted ‘Pyaar Hai’ for the first time during a live set. Released on December 10th 2022, the track is produced by Hippy Jack and clocks in at just short of three minutes. The latest track is one which no one saw coming and marks Bantai’s abrupt departure from hard-hitting sounds including ‘King of the Streets’ and ‘Guess’ released last month.

Check out the exclusive clip by Culture Haze below.

The iconic rapper, lyricist and record producer behind some of the finest hits in Indian rap including ‘Guess’, ‘King of the Streets’, ‘Samajh Mei Aaya Kya?’ took to Instagram to reveal that he is set to perform a headlining set in Hyderabad just ahead of 2023.

Bantai has been performing every weekend over the past month. Touring across India as part of his ‘8 Saal’ live tour, Bantai performed in Chandigarh recently. The young emcee paid his tributes to Sidhu Moose Wala during an hour long live set by playing The Kidd-produced ‘295’ and gave Moosewala his flowers. Further, the ‘King of the Streets’ did Moosewala’s signature move too and had a massive crowd turned up.

However, that wasn’t the only time that Bantai gave Moosewala his flowers. In fact, Emiway Bantai didn’t fall short of paying his tribute to the late Sidhu Moosewala during his set at the Zomaland Festival as well. Bantai took the crowd by storm by providing adlibs to Sidhu Moosewala’s massive hit ‘So High’ playing in the background. Watch the clip below.