India is blessed with immense talent. Rap singers and songs are the latest ongoing trend. People are enjoying this form of music and many rap singers have emerged in last few years. There are like tons of rappers round the world. Let us look at top best rappers in India.

Yo Yo Honey Singh

‘Yo Yo’ this man needs no introduction. The very apna Punjab Da Munda Honey Singh, who is most often stuck in controversies, gave some smashing Punjabi raps and right now is on the top of his game. Few seconds rap in another singer’s track grabs the attention of the music lovers. His solo tracks like “Main sharabi “,“Brown Rang” ,“Angrezi beat”, “Dope shope”, and “Blue eyes” is the most viewed video on  sites like YouTube and often reaches record breaking number of visits. His innings in Bollywood have gone for a longer spin with movies like “Cocktail”, “Housefull 2″, “Chennai Express” and “Boss” including his rap for their songs.

Hard Kaur

The only female popular rap star in india , is Hard Kaur. “Ek Glassy” her first track which rose her to fame and gradually got the wings of Bollywood. Her peppy and full-on-attitude lyrics made the rap lovers go gaga! Her various raps includes songs like “Main talli” “Move your body” and “Laung da lashkara”.

Badshah

Rapper Badshah is considerably new in the game of rapping but his popularity makes him no less than his competitors. After collaborating with Yo Yo Honey Singh on their track “Get up jawaani”, Badshah went on to famous rap tracks like “Saturday saturday” and “Abhi toe party shuru hui hai”. He is the new promising rap star in India; on his way to reach the top most positions in the music world.

Raftaar

Yash Makhija, popularly known as Raftaar can be best recalled for his rap in the recent RDB hit “Tamanchey pe disco” from movie “Bullet Raja”. The rap star might or might not really be at  top but he definitely is  developing fan following. He considers  Eminem an international rapper as his idol.

The forever evolving music industry has definitely attracted the best rappers and still counting to churn out more talent.