After much recognition from the Pakistani youth for their music video titled ‘Conflict Management’, the boys from Bahria University (Islamabad campus) began working on their very first music album which is expected to release in either late 2012 or early 2013. Recently, the outstanding hardcore English/Punjabi rapper from the band spoke with The News Tribe and finally revealed much about what the fans wanted to hear.
“I see myself as a poet describing my life experiences and events through my words. Being a rapper it’s a tricky game to use your words wisely, and I try to keep it simple for everyone to understand the message being conveyed. For me music is passion; not a hobby, not a profession,” says Maddy.
It should be admired that hip hop and rapping is not at all much appreciated or even considered a true music genre in the country and despite all odds, Maddy’s hip hop group is still popular among not only the youth of Islamabad and Rawalpindi, but all over Pakistan. With passion for music, lets hope Rap engineers make a positive movement in the country’s music industry.