Young Stunners – The Founders Of Urdu Hip Hop and Rap Music In Pakistan

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When we hear the word rap music, we think of Eminem, Lil Wayne, Busta Rhymes and other famous rappers over the globe. But what if we say Urdu Rap? Urdu HipHop Industry is not very well known and it mostly consists of artists working underground with little or no fame.

Two boys from Karachi Talha Anjum and Talhah Yunus along with their producer Umair Khan, also known as Young Stunners are probably the ones who are on the top in Urdu HipHop Industry.

They both started their career as rappers a long time ago when they were teenagers. In one of the interviews, Talhah Yunus said that ‘I used to bunk coaching and go to studio when my parents were not aware of what I was doing at that time’

These boys became famous when they dropped their most hit single which is heard by many person ‘Burger-e-Karachi’ in which they point out the elite class and their behaviors. After that their single ‘Maila Majnu’ and ‘Laam se Chaurah’ were also bangers and liked by many.

They then released a couple of more songs then eventually their band broke up due to domestic problems and they went their own separate ways.

Both Talha Anjum and Talhah Yunus when on their paths worked as a single artist. Talha Anjum carried the band’s name forward while Talhah Yunus continued his career with the producer of Young Stunners Umair Khan. After a while, Talhah Yunus was signed by Rich Music owned by Sharaf Qaiser.

But until 22nd of June 2017, they surprised their fans by reuniting with their old producer Umair Khan and referring as ‘The Trio is Back’. They named their album Rebirth and dropped one music video and two audios on that single day. And on the first day of Eid-ul-Adha, they dropped another song naming ‘Karachi Lingo’ which is about the language and slang words one uses in Karachi.

As captioned in Talha Anjum’s Instagram post revealing the reunion ‘We were trying to be better than each other but ended up being two of the best’ which is probably true because they both have their lyrics on point and flow to the top along with the dopest beats and mixing mastering guy Umair Khan.

Have you guys ever heard any of their songs? If no, then wait no more and go to YouTube Channel and enjoy!

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