Mumbai’s hard-hitting rapper and songwriter Nazz, born Nihar Hodawadekar, has finally shared his sophomore rap single with Nas’ coveted record label Mass Appeal India. The single, titled “Kya Boltay?”, is produced by underground record producer Jiro and serves as the follow-up to Nazz’s sprawling major label debut “Gully Ka Sher”.
Notably, Nazz has yet to share an exclusive “Kya Boltay?” visual treatment with his fans. However, the rapper, who signed an exclusive record deal with the label earlier this year, was swift to drop a slick visualizer alongside the record. Check it out here.
As reported earlier, Nazz’s latest single arrives amidst Mass Appeal India’s unprecedented foray into Southern India’s flagrant rap scene and exclusively signed three hard-hitting emcees to its rapidly expanding roster of artists.
Reportedly, Mass Appeal India has partnered up with Indian emcees Baby Jean, Vedan and Dabzee from Kerala. Nazz’s upcoming record might just pave the way for major label debuts by the three Malayali emcees this year. However, Mass Appeal has yet to reveal any further details on that front.
Read more about Mass Appeal India’s historic push to southern rap music.
Whether that massive signing will lead to distinct collaborative efforts between emcees across India remains to be seen.
Over the weekend, Mass Appeal India further distributed two new singles by AP Dhillon – “Lifestyle” and “Scars”. Read everything about Dhillon’s hard-hitting records.
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Stream ‘Kya Boltay?’ by Nazz via Spotify.