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The Indian American rapper going Wireless in 2023

The Indian American rapper going Wireless in 2023

Indian American rapper Raja Kumari is all set to perform at the Wireless 2023 music fest in Abu Dhabi, to be held on March 11.

Raja Kumari, a singer-songwriter from California and now based in Mumbai, is currently celebrating the success of her latest collaboration with John Legend on the song ‘Keep Walking’.

The Wireless music festival is one of the most renowned music festivals in the UK and this will be its first-ever outing to the Middle East. Along with her fellow Indian flagbearers, KING and Divine, as well as other global superstars like Travis Scott, Lil Uzi Vert, Wegz, Black Sherif, and Ali Gatie will also perform at the music festival.

When reference to this musical milestone, Raja Kumari said: "I'm slowly crossing items off my bucket list. My heart is filled with joy to be sharing this big news, as we all come together to celebrate music.

“I am super grateful for all the love that coming my way globally. I've got some really exciting things planned for this year, and I can't wait to see how my fans will react!"

The year 2023 will be one of the most special and fruitful for the musician. A number of exciting announcements are in the pipeline, which also include a full-length album that will be out in the spring this year.

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Born Svetha Yallapragada Rao to Telugu parents, the rapper’s work sits between western and Indian influences. She has been making waves on the world music scene as a Grammy-nominated artist, who grew up rooted in the Indian culture and learning classical Indian dance from a very young age.

She has also been involved in humanitarian projects in India, including a hospital in Bengaluru and a school for physically disabled children.

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