Press Reporter News Service
New Delhi, January 20
“Haq de haqook di ladai, aj hisse sadhe ayi, itteh koi nahi Sikh, te koi nahi hai isai, na hai Hindu, na hai Muslim, itteh sab hai bhai bhai”.
Clad in a denim jacket and shades, a 26-year-old is busy recording a music. Armed with a borrowed SLR and helped by his good friend Gursewak Singh who’s doubling as his skilled cameraman, Karandeep recorded his first rap in a single go.
“Don’t know the way it went, however I’m eager to launch this music on my YouTube channel quickly,” the Hapur lad mentioned minutes after finishing his first mega undertaking. Karandeep, whose father Ravinder Singh is a truck driver in Hapur, got here to the protest website for the primary time.
A educated vocalist, who has been recording covers of standard songs and releasing these on his YouTube channel ‘Karrandeep’, an additional ‘R’ within the identify is just for a unique impact, says the music titled ‘Kisan di Takrir’ was his method to get hooked up to this historic farm protest.
“My kin have farms in Punjab. I needed to do my bit. My brother inspired me to go to the protest website. So, right here I’m doing what I at all times needed to do,” the postgraduate mentioned.
“In the present day was the primary time I visited a protest website. I got here right here (Ghazipur) as that is solely 50 km from my place,” he defined. His journey from a canopy artiste to an upcoming rapper had just a few obstacles. Not having a great high quality digicam was his large headache. “My brother has a high-end cellphone, however I couldn’t get it as he’s away,” Karan mentioned.
“Lastly, a good friend gave me his SLR. I needed to contribute and even when it doesn’t work out, I cannot quit,” he mentioned.