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Tripura rapper BK releases new rap on Coronavirus

Tripura rapper Borkung Hrangkhawl, who is well known in the Indian rap circuit as BK, has released a new rap song on the Coronavirus pandemic.

Through the 2:55 minute song, Borkung touched on some of the important aspects of the global pandemic. “Our enemy is in the air that we are breathing in. All I see is that our cities being shut down, we’ve been quarantined. Pardon me, it’s time we get up wake up before we shatter our dreams. Director’s cut its like one of the scenes I’ve seen in movies man, never thought I’ll see clips of such realities,” the popular rap-artist from Tripura sang.

“To tell the truth, I don’t even know the truth. It started in Wuhan it’s a viral flu, infecting people like me and you. Hard to detect, playing peek-a-boo,” he said about the viral disease which has turned into a global pandemic.

The freestyle rapper further said that we should follow the guidelines strictly to keep ourselves safe. “We at the third stage, namaste no handshakes, billion lives at stake. This is life no retakes. So be safe, be brave. Follow the guidelines, the fine line just in case,” he said.

Here’s the full song:


Borkung Hrangkhawl rose to fame with his hard-hitting rap songs on various issues. In 2013, his video ‘The Journey’ was among the top trending videos on YouTube.

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