Da RapstarPunjabi Rapper
About Bohemia the western Punjabi rapper. The term "Bohemia" suggests flouting traditional mores. And rap is all about personal angst or feelings. So what is Bohemia the man all about? "Well, I lost my mom when I was just 14 or 15, and I was quite a momma's boy. That made me mad and I was kind of pushed into negative things. I have to thank God for music, for that's what finally made me wake up and gave a reason to live. Dad played the harmonium and I learned the keyboard."Read More
Bohemia's New Release Thousand Thoughts
Bohemia was born in Karachi. He started writing Punjabi poetry there as well. After moving to San Francisco Bay Area California, USA at about 14 years of age, Bohemia was introduced to an America that was much the opposite of palm trees and green grass. The town was infested with drugs and violence. About a year after being in the states, he lost his mother to cancer. At that time, Bohemia left home and survived as a local musician. He started working as a keyboard player/music arranger while living at local studios with other musicians. After a few years of success, the local group of musicians fell apart and Bohemia left to pursue music on his own. Bohemia soon started putting his poetry to the music he composed and gave birth to a new genre of music. He is now the most successful Punjabi rappers of all time. His music has changed the Desi music scene forever and has spread all over the world. A number of up-and-coming artists consider Bohemia as their biggest inspiration as they embrace the genre of Urdu/Punjabi Rap. Bohemia has mentioned numerous times in his interviews that he does not belong to any culture or represent any religions. He considers himself to be someone who came from the streets, struggled with the world, and made it to where most people die before reaching.
Bohemia performing live in Amritsar "The New year's Eve bash at The Parkland Retreat New Delhi saw a power packed performance by international Punjabi sensation Bohemia, with over 1000 fans who were left asking for more. The crowd, which comprised mostly youngsters was seen grooving to the foot-tapping music at the Magic Moments Remix Night, which went on well into the wee hours with guests in no mood to return".