Move Over TikTok, Rapper Badshah Likely To Go The 'Taka Tak' Way

Amidst the ongoing pandemic comes happy news for rapper-singer Badshah’s fans. Rapper is likely to join short video app, MX Taka Tak to bring entertainment in his fans lives

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Move Over TikTok, Rapper Badshah Likely To Go The 'Taka Tak' Way
The Indian government banned Chinese apps in the recent past, one of them being TikTok. The app had boomed during the COVID-19 lockdown, when numerous commoners and stars too started getting glued to the platform. Now one of the most celebrated rappers and singer Badshah is reportedly going to sign up with the home grown short video app MX TakaTak to infuse entertainment in the audience's life. The short video app has been launched as an alternative to TikTok in India.  

Also the singer’s fanbase and popularity will help get the app more number of eyeballs, this short video format  has chalked out on the lines of TikTok app which has a collection of cool video clips where the user lip syncs to it and so on. So far the video app has welcomed many influencers having a huge fan following on their account and Badshah too will join the bandwagon soon. We assume if his fans are reading this, they must be already excited to watch the rapper go live on the video app. 

Known for catching lyrics crafted for Bollywood numbers and also his cool slow moving rap style, he has delivered many hits in his musical career and continues to do so. The list includes Genda Phool, Garmi, Kala Chasma, Saturday Saturday, Kar Gayi Chull, Wakhra Swag amongst others.

The video app also has songs crooned and penned by Badshah on which the users of this video app are seen grooving to. Badshah already enjoys a huge fan following on the social networking platforms and with him joining the MX Taka Tak it will further add more fans to his fanbase. ALSO READ: Fake Social Media Followers Scam: Badshah DENIES Allegations Levelled Against Him, 'Was Never Involved In Such Practices'

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