Haq Se Hindustan is a pan-India hip-hop concert in Mumbai featuring 10 acts from 7 cities performing in 9 languages. This is the first time this spectrum of talent, which includes some of India's most talented rappers, MCs, crews and bands, will be sharing a common stage.
Haq Se Hindustan is a part of #HaqSeHipHop, a unique multi-platform hip-hop property launched by India's leading digital media firm Qyuki and the iconic music magazine Rolling Stone India.
Rolling Stone India and Qyuki have been early supporters and stakeholders in India’s hip-hop ecosystem from its fledgling days, and with Haq Se Hindustan, both endeavor to give the diverse hip-hop voices in India a definitive mouthpiece they can claim as their own.
Prabh Deep (New Delhi)
Swadesi + Bandish Projekt (Mumbai/Ahmedabad)
Khasi Bloodz (Shillong)
MC Manmeet Kaur (Chandigarh)
MC Heam (Mumbai)
The Dharavi Dream Project (Mumbai)
Qyuki is a multi-platform media network across digital, live, TV and film founded by AR Rahman, Samir Bangara and Shekhar Kapur. The company uses proprietary technology and analytics to discover and promote digital superstars and manages the end-to-end value chain for them across traditional and new media platforms.
Qyuki’s contribution in nurturing budding hip-hop talent is unparalleled. Together with Universal Music, it is the co-founder of The Dharavi Dream Project(TDDP), a non-profit committed to the promotion of music and arts, which runs the After-School of Hip-Hop, Asia’s largest hip-hop institution where under-resourced artists are equipped with knowledge and skills of rap, bboying, beatboxing, DJing and graffiti
ABOUT ROLLING STONE INDIA:
Rolling Stone India is the Indian edition of the world’s greatest music magazine. As a pioneering publication, Rolling Stone’s credentials are incomparable and matchless, and it is the number one reference point for people to keep up with music and pop culture. Just like its global counterparts, Rolling Stone India is committed to building a creative community through its path-breaking editorial reporting, creation of IPs, curation of events and exclusive partnerships with artists and brands alike.
Long before hip-hop attracted mainstream attention, Rolling Stone India consistently employed its editorial platform to promote talent and report every development in the scene -- the magazine was the first to famously feature emerging hip-hop talent on its cover in 2016, following it up with another cover in 2019.
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