Indian singer took to IG with picture of the two together in a recording studio

Pakistani singer and rapper Faris Shafi recently crossed paths with Indian music producer and actor Yo Yo Honey Singh, sparking excitement among fans on both sides of the border. The sight of Shafi, known for his dynamic performances in Urdu, English, and Punjabi, in a recording studio with Singh, whose claim to fame comes from his versatile bhangra and hip-hop hits, has generated a fresh wave of speculation.

Singh took to Instagram to share a snapshot of their meeting, capturing the moment with a caption that exuded warmth and camaraderie. In the photo, the two musicians can be seen holding each other’s arms, Faris clad in a long grey kurta and pants whereas Singh donned an all-black streetwear ensemble.

Further cementing the bond between the duo, the caption found the Kalaastar singer welcoming Shafi as “my brother from Lahore,” affectionately dubbing him “the hip-hop icon one and only.” The encounter has fans on both sides of the border wondering if a collab is in the works.

Known for his no-holds-barred yet deeply relatable lyricism, Faris dropped his latest track Kong on his Instagram handle on February 20 with little preamble. The songwriter offers listeners a bite-sized experience that leaves a lasting impression.

Clocking in at just one minute, the song embarks with an intro beat reminiscent of his iconic track The Body Bhench*d Aisi. The reversed sounds in the introduction and quirky trap elements contribute to an enticing musical landscape.

However, what stands out prominently in Kong is Faris’ refined flow of the English verse, showcasing growth and fluency that contrasts with his earlier work like Lafz. This evolution adds a layer of sophistication to his already diverse linguistic repertoire of Urdu, English and Punjabi.

On the lyrical front, the track passes in all the familiar ways with Faris not only schooling fans and competitors with a confident declaration of his prowess, stating, “the incredible, jaante sabhi hain, Faris Shafi,” but also adopting a confrontational tone, urging listeners to “kha lein, ap nigal lein is ko aur nikal idhar se.”

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