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Kafeel | Artist Spotlight

Kafeel is the alias that Jorawar takes on when he gets on stage as a rapper from Chandigarh. His story with music began when he was in the 7th grade where he started writing poetry without knowing about hip-hop or rap. "I just love rhyming the words" he says. His latest release Muqaam (meaning 'Destiny') talks about his journey so far in discovering who he is and where he stands with what he has been building OR was written as a befitting reply to his childhood friends opposing the decision of him choosing music as a career.

Aulaad is a track which expresses anger over fake people. I have faced many type of such people and its a reply to all of them and also thanks to all those who have believed in me till now. My crew memebers and more of my friends - some from school and some strangers which are close to my heart. It a little bit explicit tracks as the pain is still very much inside and I poured all my anger and negative feeling in this track

As the cogs start spinning and Jorawar's work is getting recognized, he tells us proudly of his humble beginnings despite the fact that only a handful of people are listening to what he has put out there. Reminiscing the time he was in the 7th Grade, Jorawar was rhyming words and giving rhythms to his thoughts without really knowing what Hip-Hop or Rap was. It was then where he met Pragun and Rehan, who made him listen to the artists in the scene leading to the first independent release of 'Aulaad' - the first track that Jorawar had produced in the July of 2020. They also helped Jorawar with honing his vocal prowess and finessing his rhythm. Getting a taste of what he could do, Kafeel was born and in his words - there is no going back!

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