Rapper Prabh Deep Reveals His New Single Is Inspired By Comic Book Superheroes: “I Am The Protagonist Thappad Man”

Rapper Prabh Deep says 'Thappad!' is inspired by comic book superheroes
Rapper Prabh Deep Reveals His Bew Single ‘Thappad!’ Is Inspired By Comic Book Superheroes (Photo Credit –Instagram)

Rapper Prabh Deep, who worked on the track ‘Sherni’ from ‘Manmarziyaan’ and ‘Toofan Main’ from the hit streaming series ‘Pataal Lok’, has released his new single titled ‘Thappad!’. He shared that his new single is inspired by the superhero characters in comic books, and that he plays the superhero Thappad Man in the song.

The song marks his first independent release after 6 years. Read on to know all he had to say about the track and more.



Talking about the single, Prabh Deep told IANS, “The concept behind ‘Thappad!’ is that it is inspired by the superhero characters in comic books and graphic novels that gave us the confidence to dream beyond our limits. In this story, I am the protagonist – the superhero – Thappad Man.”

Prabh Deep further mentioned, “I’ve been wanting to create something with a lot of energy and have been missing writing bars – expressing my artistry and thoughts in that raw form – the process, wordplay, rhyme schemes and references that guide an MCs pen. Thappad!’ was a refreshing return to that part of my creative process.”

Prabh Deep described the track as a “game changer” for him as he shared with IANS, “It comes at a crucial juncture in my career. You will see it 10 years down the line when you look back and understand the perspective I’m showcasing in the song – it is like the final stretch to reach the top of a mountain.”

‘Thappad!’ is available to stream Prabh Deep’s YouTube channel.

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