Mumbai, 22nd April 2020 (News helpline): Nagpur based rapper, Young Zwann has created quite a buzz in the hip hop homeland with his first ever song, Jung. The song has been produced by music composer Amaal Mallik and has received a warm welcome by hip hop and rap music lovers. The song which also features Toronto-based rapper RamRiddlz, also marks Amaal Mallik’s first hip hop project.
Talking about making a debut into the music world, Young Zwann says, “It’s amazing how things fell into place with Jung. I’m truly grateful to have gotten a chance to team up with the amazing Amaal Mallik, and I’ve not only found inspiration in him, but also a good friend! We really do share a great bond, and our views match to a great extent. When he saw my lyrics, he instantly vibed with my work and asked if we’d want him to produce for Jung. And that’s how it all began.”
Amaal Mallik and Young Zwann were brought together by Amaal’s childhood friend, Shiva Maheshwari who’s also the executive producer for Jung. Shiva says, “I and my company always look for artists, whether it’s a director, a musician, rapper or a writer, who have this zeal that makes them a star material. I’ve recognised that in Young Zwann, and then I did my best to bring the best for him to the table. Whether it was arranging a great publicist for him, or finding great artists to team up with him. And I’m glad that it all worked out for Young Zwann. He possesses great potential, and will surely go a long way”
Amaal Mallik, who aims to support independent artists in India is equally happy to have collaborated with Young Zwann, and is all praises for him. He says, “His music is honest, it’s today and it’s got a fiery thought. He is a hardworking guy, he came and dubbed the changes I wanted in the verses almost 50-60 times, that hunger is what I look for in an artist.”
“It’s a perfect time for younger artists to put their music out there. Independent music is the future and that’s how a true artist can make his mark.” he adds. The song that delivers the beautiful message of overcoming inner conflict, crossed three million views and prides on being an independent song, without a backup from a record label.