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‘He Was With Me On Stage’: Rap Mogul Badshah Dedicates His Historic Wembley Performance To Sidhu Moose Wala

Photo: Karthik Kher For Badshah, Instagram/Sidhu Moose Wala

Last week, legendary Indian emcee and Hip-Hop mogul Badshah shut down the iconic OVO Wembley Arena in London. Besides performing a slew of his most influential rap records, the rapper further remembered and dedicated his historic live set to Sidhu Moose Wala.

The “Gone Girl” emcee reportedly sported a custom audio gear featuring Sidhu Moose Wala. While Badshah has often mourned Moose Wala’s loss privately after he was ruthlessly murdered in Punjab last year, the former Mafia Mundeer affiliate has been vocal through other evocative measures. The custom audio gear is one such effort.

Read everything about Badshah’s Historic Wembley Arena Performance.

With the affecting tribute, Badshah has joined numerous marquee Indian and global emcees who continue to remember Sidhu Moose Wala.

Most recently, Punjabi rap superstar Karan Aujla remembered Moosa at The Kris Fade Show. The “Making Memories” singer further expressed concerns over a certain faction of South Asia Hip-Hop seeking to “divide” him and Moosa.

During the brief conversation, Aujla asserted that people tend to misconstrue and even “tear apart” him and Moosa for “entertainment”. However, the Punjabi emcee said that “it’s not many of us who are doing this” at the highest level and “we are all in this together”.

Besides Badshah, who is gearing up for his forthcoming studio album “Badworld”, and Aujla, pop superstar and another legendary emcee Post Malone, “For All The Dogs” rapper Drake, U.K.’s iconic R&B singer and emcee Stefflon Don, Grammy-nominated rapper Raja Kumari, Burna Boy, Tion Wayne, MIST, Raftaar and Mumbai’s legendary “Chorni” emcee Divine have remembered Moosa at some of the biggest live gatherings in rap music.

Most recently, Moosa linked up with Sikander Kahlon & Punjabi Hip-Hop superproducer MXRCI for his 4th posthumous single “Watch Out”. Check it out below if you haven’t yet.

Rest in Peace, Shubhdeep Singh Sidhu.

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Since you’re here, listen to ‘Moosetape’ by Sidhu Moose Wala via Spotify.