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Legendary Late Punjabi Emcee Sidhu Moose Wala Releases Massive Posthumous Single ‘Drippy’ Featuring AR Paisley & MXRCI

Photo: Sidhu Moose Wala

Legendary slain rapper and songwriter Sidhu Moose Wala has released his 5th posthumous rap record. Titled “Drippy”, the massive Punjabi rap single features a guest verse by Toronto’s rising emcee and Moosa’s frequent collaborator AR Paisley and is produced by superproducer MXRCI.

Notably, the track was one of the last rap records that Moosa had in the works before he was brutally assaulted and murdered in Mansa, Punjab. Earlier today, Paisley shared a private chat with the rapper which dates back to May 13th, 2022 just two weeks ahead of the rapper’s killing.

Notably, the single arrives amidst unprecedented anticipation for Moose Wala’s posthumous rap records which are still preserved by his grieving parents Balkaur Singh Sidhu and Charan Kaur Singh.

For MXRCI, “Drippy” marks the second posthumous collaboration with Sidhu Moose Wala. Last year, the two impactful Punjabi artists released another massive single “Watch Out” featuring “Racks & Rounds” rapper Sikander Kahlon.

“Drippy” arrives alongside a boisterous visual treatment. Directed by Navkaran Brar, the visuals capture a massive shutdown in Palm Beach, Florida as Moosa’s affiliates protest the gruesome murder of the fallen music phenom.

Check out the provocative “Drippy” artwork and its flagrant visual cut below via X, formerly Twitter.

Besides “Drippy” and “Watch Out”, Moose Wala has released various posthumous rap records including “Chorni” featuring the “Moosedrilla” rapper and another Indian Hip-Hop mogul Divine and “Mera Na” featuring Dancehall & Afrorap superstar Burna Boy.

With the release of “Drippy”, Indian Punjabi rap music now gears up for Moose Wala’s forthcoming collaborative efforts with London’s rap royalty Fredo and Stefflon Don.

Notably, Moosa is set to release two major posthumous rap records – “Attached” alongside Steel Banglez & British emcee Fredo who is now sentenced to 5 years in Dubai for “drug possession” and “Dilemma” featuring the iconic woman emcee Stefflon Don.

Reportedly, “Attached” might feature on Steel Banglez’s forthcoming sophomore album releasing later this year.

In other news, Punjabi record producer and emcee Wazir Patar, who produced numerous rap records for Moose Wala including “Malwa Block”, “GOAT”, and “The Last Ride”, continues to release various top-tier gangsta rap records this year.

Most recently, Patar premiered three singles “.45”, “See My Hype” and “Executioner” and is now gearing up for “Estrellas” EP.

Look out for Sidhu Moose Wala’s posthumous rap records this year.

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Stream ‘Drippy’ by Sidhu Moose Wala via Spotify.