In foreign countries, Hip Hop music came into existence in the 70s and became commercially recognised in the late 90s. Rapping is officially introduced to the Indian audience 10-12 years ago. Hence, Rapping is still a new concept and emerging as a successful rapper given fewer opportunities is difficult. There are very few rappers who have made it to the pinnacle and one of the hip hop artists is Kamesh Chawla a.k.a. Rob C. He is famous for his songs Bade Bade Khwaab, Thank You, Fake Yeezys.
Rob C Early Life
Kamesh Chawla popularly known as Rob C is a 27-year-old (as in 2021) independent music artist, rapper, music producer and one of the members of Kala Kurta Gang (KKG), who hails from Panchkula, Haryana. Right from a young age, he had a keen interest in hip hop music. He is influenced by 50 cents, Nas, Tupac, Bohemia, Eminem. When he was pursuing Bachelor’s course in Delhi, he participated in the BITS-Pilani rap battle and won the second spot. The judges and the Music director offered the song to him. His family appreciated his creative work and encouraged him. But, they were not sure if he should go for a career in Hip Hop music due to uncertainty in Income.
Rob C Professional Career
After securing the second spot in the rap battle during his college days, he was introduced to Mumbai and Delhi’s rap circuits. He collaborated with Broda V in his album Death Punch, Mumbai’s Finest, FBI and G-Grip. Initially, he started his career as an English rapper and continued for 5 years. Later he switched to Punjabi rap music. ” That long-gone English rapper will always be alive in me, no matter what.” – this was shared by Rob C on social media platform Twitter while saying goodbye to English rapping. He loved being an underground rapper. In one of the interviews, he shared his views on underground and commercial music. “Underground music runs parallel to mainstream music. Commercial music is what we want to listen and underground is what we should listen to.” It gives an opportunity for a creative artist, independence to play with words, rhyme with them and narrate their life struggles through their rap.
He came with a creative stage name Rob C, which is a combination of his nickname Robin and his surname’s initial letter C. He mentioned that rappers have an alter ego and also give them a unique identity. They’re a different personality who represents the voice of so many people. In 2013, he worked for a movie, “I Don’t Luv U” alongside famous Bollywood singers Mika Singh and Monali Thakur. He is also a member of the Punjabi music band KKG with Sikander Kahlon and Sady Immortal. In 2015, he worked with Sony Music India for his single “Shehar Vall Nu.” His song Tere Baare was featured on Pepsi MTV Indies. Rob C garnered recognition for his song Common Man, which is in collaboration with Badshah, Mika Singh and Aastha Gill. Through this song, he highlights the bustling city’s daily life of middle-class people, their pressures, worries and concerns. In July 2017, he released an official compilation of his work under the title ‘Relaoded’ which is a 30-minute long playlist and was distributed across platforms by DesiHipHop.com. My whole life (feat, Sikander Kahlon), Respect Overdue, Heart Ek and others are the songs included in this playlist.
In January 2021, he released his 6th mixtape ‘Robathon’, which consist of 30 songs and is available on all digital music platforms. His latest upcoming songs are Fake Bande, Jeene Do, Goodnight (feat Abeer Arora and Kaka Sady), etc.
Currently, his Spotify playlist has 19,337 monthly listeners. While speaking to The Tribune, the voice of the people, “Labels will only do what sells, that’s how the market works. Maybe, if I get signed to a label, I’ll bargain for equal space for my music” he says.
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