Here, we’ve compiled a list of the best Badshah Quotes. Let’s look at these pieces of wisdom. We definitely have something to learn from them!
For me, safety is a huge parameter for a city’s progress. If your city is safe, it is progressing.
I am reserved; I don’t speak much.
Hip hop minus plugged sounds can be a very different experience.
You need to have a heart to help others and separate yourself from your money.
I’m a hardcore performer. The rest follows.
I got into rap because I can’t sing. If I could sing, I’d be a singer.
Never have I ever come across any woman who is imperfect!
Hindi film songs are the best of everything – whether it is lyrics, melody and talented singers.
I go out of my way to help people, but I don’t tell people. Goodness is not about beating your own drum.
My lines are witty in nature and I love to be surrounded by people who are witty.
The shopping centres that have come up in Noida are amazing. There are amusement parks and other good family outing spots.
I am comfortable doing independent music; it gives me more freedom as an artiste.
Money is a resource for me and it is needed to make music.
I was born in Delhi but grew up in Chandigarh, so I write about the machismo of Punjab because it was around me.
In India we are creating mainstream hip hop music, than what real rap music is. The lyrics aren’t that personal, since most of the music is catering to Bollywood. It’s just trivial. It’s a fashion here.
Bollywood gives you an immense reach. The stars have a huge fan base. The amount spent on promoting a film is incredible. To be part of such productions, in some way or the other, is a blessing for any artiste.
Whenever I work on a song, my focus is on the listeners who follow my type of music.
I mean even I don’t know how to buy music online. I go on a music- streaming site or an online music store, there are so many steps you have to go through, before you get to download the song. Then, if I have made my account, then I forget my password daily.
Criticism is for real. The amount of hate that I get is.
Of course, I have been influenced by my Punjabi and Hariyanvi roots.
I never really liked kids before, and kind of hated them. I just didn’t like them. I don’t know why. All that has changed ever since my daughter was born, and I have started loving kids now.
I have always been a very determined and stubborn person about what I want.
Bollywood goes through these phases. Whatever makes money is quickly lapped up by all. They all want to play safe.
I feel I do not have script sense. Like Kartik Aaryan has a very good script sense.
I am not a businessman, I am an artist.
When I started listening to rap music, I loved the fact that there were stories being told in 16 bars.
Downloading a song for free is the easiest way to get all kinds of music. Everything else is tough and I am sure, even if people wanted to buy music, they won’t be able to because they will not understand the way to buy music online. It is a very complicated process.
Haters will be haters, you have got to acknowledge them and move on as the ratio of love to hate is too high.
I stick to Hindi rap. That is my USP. It gives an Indian essence to my music despite the foreign influence of the genre.
The whole idea of performing before an audience is fun and organic.
My music comes before my stardom, so the pressure of handling fame does not matter.
I don’t see anything wrong in using auto-tune.
The hard part of being a celebrity is staying one!
I am extremely excited to be working with Major Lazer on the Tuborg Open Project, which is an amazing platform for global and cultural amalgamation of music.
I think the debate around nepotism is futile because I am an outsider and I know that there is no compensation of talent.
I want my fans to listen to my music. Period.
Time has changed and artists release more songs in a short span of time and that’s where the auto-tune steps-in. One doesn’t have to record a song multiple times to make it better.
I was offered Vicky Kaushal’s role in ‘Lust Stories,’ which I had declined.
I want to write music based on my life, my past experiences and heartbreaks.
An album takes a lot of work and energy and dedication to make.
I think of myself as a reporter. I just rhyme my reports and give them a beat.
When I bring my music to a live audience, I know right away whether it is being appreciated or not.
Whatever script comes to me, I like everything.
I feel it is important to remember who you are if you want to make it in life – and I try not to forget that fact even for a moment.
While I hope that people like my work, I don’t think an artist should be afraid of people not liking his work.