As the worst public health crisis in years cripples countries and brings normal life to a standstill, music is proving to be the world's refuge once again.
The word ‘hate’, which until the 1990s was not even mentioned in any of the top-100 songs, is now used between 20 and 30 times each year.
Rap in India has successfully united several voices – especially the young and the revolutionary.
Written and performed by Delhi-based hip hop artist naqaab47, with the beats provided by Delhi-based Shoals, the song is a reaction to the ongoing anti-CAA protests and police violence.
The video was released on December 21 on YouTube.
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