Raga, the celebrated rapper, unleashed his much-awaited EP, "Midtown Madness," setting the hip-hop scene ablaze. With fervent fans counting down the days, the release marks a milestone in Raga's musical journey, captivating audiences with its raw energy and unfiltered artistry.

From the gritty streets to the pulsating beats, "Midtown Madness" is a sonic journey into the heart of urban chaos. With four tracks clocking in at 13 minutes and 25 seconds, the EP packs a punch that reverberates long after the last note fades.

The EP kicks off with the explosive "Kheench Maari," a collaboration between Raga and DG Immortals, produced by the masterful Nitin Randhawa. Released ahead of the EP, the track served as the catalyst, showcasing the raw power of Haryanvi rap and setting the stage for what was to come(hype).

track "Kheech Maari" 

"Masti Khor," featuring Raga and Ikka, produced by the talented Jai, injects a dose of adrenaline into the mix. With razor-sharp lyrics and infectious beats, the track is a testament to Raga's ability to seamlessly blend diverse influences into a cohesive sonic tapestry.

Mastikhor is for the ones who has seen the streets of Jamnapaar, for the ones that grew up understanding the meaning of life. This one is from me and Ikka bhai to you. ~Raga

track "Masti Khor

Continuing the onslaught is "Sir Kholkhar," a collaboration between Raga and BANDZO3RD, produced by the visionary UKato. With its hypnotic rhythm and hard-hitting verses, the track serves as a rallying cry for those unafraid to challenge the status quo and Music by UKato make this track iconic. 

Rounding out the EP is "SPEED 206," a collaboration between Raga and DG IMMORTALS, produced by the enigmatic UZIII. A sonic rollercoaster of adrenaline and emotion, the track propels listeners into the stratosphere, leaving them breathless and hungry for more.

But "Midtown Madness" is more than just a collection of tracks; it's a testament to Raga's commitment to his craft. With each verse and boom production... and this Ep Set an higher ground for indian Artist and music Industry to Evolve.. 

 

 

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