Ranveer launches record label ‘IncInk’ to promote new talents
Mumbai: After winning applause from audiences for his rapping skills in the Zoya Akhtar’s directorial ‘Gully Boy’, the new rapper in the B- town Ranveer Singh has come up with his own music record label – IncInk.The actor partnered with filmmaker Navzar Eranee for his latest venture.
An excited Ranveer said the music label will launch potential raw, new rap and hip-hop artists who can enthrall audiences in large number.
“Rap and hip-hop is the next big thing happening in Indian music today. We will launch them who we believe have the potential of becoming superstars.”
IncInk ultimate focus is to give a mega platform to the real poets of the trending generation. The new music label will promote the poets with the skills of writing authentic story/poems.
“I feel thrilled for being a part of the passionate project which aims to introduce a social change. It is inspiring that we will bring a platform to bring some of the boldest and strongest Indian youth voices to the limelight,” said the Simbaa actor.
Ranveer has also teamed up with rappers Spitfire, Slow Cheeta and Kaam Bhaari for the music venture.
“My passion project. A manifestation of a certain vibe. IncInk is an independent record label formed by artistes for artistes to discover, nurture and promote exciting talents from across India. Presenting Kaam Bhaari, Spitfire and Slow Cheeta from the different hoods of our country. Let’s show these boys some love,” tweeted the actor.
His wife and actress Deepika Padukone is “proud” of him.
“The sleepless nights…the hours of debate…to witness your dream become a reality. You have no idea how proud I am of the both of you. Sorry, I cannot be with you all today but know that I am with you’ll with all my heart and in spirit today and forever,” she said.
Ranveer’s “Gully Boy” co-star Alia Bhatt also commented on the post, saying “Tutu, epic this is.”
On the acting front, Ranveer will next be seen in Kabir Khan’s “’83”, which is based on India’s iconic win at the 1983 Cricket World Cup.
(With Inputs from IANS)