10 Top Indian Rappers Artists

Rap music has certainly become a popular form of music in India. It has produced a slew of new rappers in the country, resulting in a variety of top rappers in India today. Mumble rap, rap metal, lyrical rap, and desi hip-hop are among the most popular genres. Rap music has helped in the reconciliation of poetry, emotion, and instrumentation. It’s one-of-a-kind music in which the rapper expresses his struggles, feelings, current events, and prior experiences — everything relatable.

We know the top artists like Honey Singh, Raftaar, and Badshah who merge hip-hop with pop and provide the new taste to the Indian audience with a commercial atmosphere before the revolution of Indian hip-hop. Many new and brilliant rappers have emerged in 2021, and the Indian hip-hop landscape has fundamentally altered.

Raja Kumari

Raja Kumari, a.k.a. Svetha Rao, is a great rapper and songwriter. Her popularity expanded as she collaborated with musicians such as The Fifth Harmony, Knife Party, and Fallout Boy, among others. In February 2015, she was nominated for a Grammy Award. She has been a classical dancer since she was 7 years old, and she participates in a variety of philanthropic activities.

Emiway Bantai

Bilal Sheikh, better known as Emiway Bantai, is one of the most well-known names in the underground Hip-Hop Rap scene. Emiway Bantai, as he confessed in one of his videos, is a combination of “Eminem” and “Lil Wayne.” Emiway used to rap in English when he first started out, but after his father suggested that he try rapping in Hindi to reach more Indians, he produced his first Hindi rap, “Aur Bantai,” which became an instant hit. However, it was his original “Machayenge” that not only received a lot of attention from the audience, but also pushed him into the ranks of commercial “independent” artists, as he claims.


GULLY GANG BOI — Currently, Divine is a very well name in the Indian hip-hop scene. Vivian Fernandes, also known as Divine, is a Mumbai-based Indian rapper. In 2011, he began his career as an underground rapper. He began rapping in English before switching to Hindi. He was a member of the hip hop group known as “Mumbai’s Finest.”

 With the graph song “Mere gully mein,” in which he writes about the daily chores in Mumbai’s chawls/slums, he gained prominence. He has an unique style that works well in both commercial Kaam 25 and poetic medleys like Junoon.

Brodha V

Vighnesh Shivanand is a Hip-hop musician, songwriter, and music producer from Bangalore. He began rapping when he was 18 years old. On Orkut, he used to participate in rap battles. Brodha V has been dubbed “one of the best” in the industry and has collaborated with a number of renowned individuals including Vishal Dadlani, Raghu Dixit, and Benny Dayal.

MC Prabh Deep

MC Prabh Deep, a 24-year-old Punjabi rapper from Delhi, rose to prominence after rapping on the pitfalls of a highly competitive and slightly unjust educational system. He worked as a salesman and a contact center agent before returning to his first love: music. He dropped out of high school (by choice, not by circumstance). In 2017, he published his debut album.

Seedhe Maut

Seedhe Maut is one of the best in the business, and their debut album, ‘Bayaan,’ was released in 2019 in collaboration with Sez on the Beat. They received critical acclaim, and tracks like “Shaktiman” and “Kyu” provided insight into the difficulties of Indian youth. Their rhymes are known for being sharp, combative, and witty.

Dino James

Dino James is a rapper with a distinct style of rapping and musical sensibility. Dino James is well-known for his unique rhyming style, which is unlike anything else we hear from other rap artists. He didn’t intend to be a rapper when he wrote “Girlfriend,” but rather intended to write about his feelings, which led to him becoming a rapper. Being Indian, a popular YouTube channel, gave him a shout out for his song “Loser,” which is one of the most motivational tracks in the rap scene.

Ankur Johar aka Enkore

In 2015, the 26-year-old Mumbai-based rapper published his nine-track debut album, and wowed the crowd with an autobiographical single that was both inspirational and boastful. His first taste of popularity came in 2013, when he was named Best Indian Hip Hop Artist (People’s Choice) at the Radio City Freedom Awards.


Krishna Kaul, better known by his stage name kr$na, is a rapper from New Delhi. Krishna was a rapper who first started rapping in the early 2000s. He began by rapping in English and signing with the label. His popularity grew with the release of his song “Kaisa Mera Desh” in 2010.

This rapper has never looked back since then. He started rapping in English and was signed by Universal Studios at a time when rapping, let alone rapping in English, was not a popular scene in India.

Kaam Bhari

Despite the fact that his works are inspired by Mumbai, this Mumbai-based rapper is noted for a quick rhyming style that sets him apart from the hip-hop industry. He has already collaborated with a few brands and has also written and sang the song Kaam Bhaari for the film Gully Boy, in which he also acted.

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