Rapper composer Ikka and artist Aghor have come together to release their first collaborative track ‘Changa’. The record released on Big Bang Music’s YouTube channel
features the explosive duo battling their inhibitions. Filled to the brim with the finest of lyrics, the tunes of the contented track guarantee much vigour.
Ikka and Aghor are childhood friends and their chemistry is visible in the song too. While the music has been produced by Ashock, the vocals have been brought together
by Ikka and Aghor! Homies with two different personalities coming together in one contrast song is surely something to watch out for. The raw yet addictive rap is all
set to rage as one of the hit chartbusters, especially in the Hip-Hop community. Conceptualized and directed by Inflict (Prakarsh Tiwari) the music video encourages
the audience to get over the tough times, take on new challenges in life and do whatever makes them feel good, #ChangaKaraFeel.
The sports fever is spreading everywhere and taking it a notch further, Changa features India’s number 1 boxer, Sagar Narwat in the video. With a huge play on fitness,
this peppy number is definitely going to be the next go-to track for all hip hop lovers, gamers and health enthusiasts hitting the gym. An absolutely mood lifter,
#ChangaKaraFeel is what the world and your playlist needs right now.
Talking about the song Ikka said, “Changa means feeling good. Aghor conceptualised this, I loved and followed his vibe. Aghor is my childhood friend and music has
connected the two of us right from the start. My first rap group named “Thugs of life” and “Thug Sangathan” were inspired by the same. And yes, you will get to hear a
lot more from Thug Sangathan and it will keep on growing better and bigger.”
Sharing his experience working on the song Aghor added, “Ikka and I are childhood friends with a mutual love for music. Changa is a state of mind, denotes feeling good
about yourself and it is contagious positive energy. I was at my studio, feeling extremely anxious to the point that I could not function. So, to deal with my anxiety
I started humming ‘Changa Karun Feel’ which I then recorded on my phone, thinking it could be a potential song. For me Changa is all about uplifting my mood.”
The Changa duo Ikka and Aghor have already made a name for themselves in the Desi Hip-Hop space, creating waves with their lyrical prowess. An active member of Delhi’s
early underground Hip-Hop scene, Ikka is now best known for his Bollywood party anthems like Badrinath Ki Dulhaniya, Dilbar Dilbar and Chamma Chamma among others.