Professor Trix: Nepal’s Rawest Rapper and His Top 5 Tracks.
Saroz Shrestha, Itahari .
Nepal’s hip-hop scene has witnessed a surge of talented artists who bring their unique flavor to the genre, and one name that stands out is Professor Trix. Known for his raw and unfiltered style, Professor Trix has carved a niche for himself in the Nepali rap scene, making waves with his impactful lyrics and authentic delivery. In this article, we will delve into Professor Trix’s top 5 best songs, each showcasing his prowess and distinct storytelling.
1. “Hinda”: Topping the list is Professor Trix’s masterpiece, “Hinda.” This track is a testament to his lyrical genius and ability to connect with his audience on a profound level. With raw emotions and unapologetic storytelling, “Hinda” addresses personal struggles and societal issues. The track is a journey through the artist’s experiences, making it a poignant and unforgettable piece in Nepali hip-hop.
2. “Kathmandu”: Professor Trix takes his listeners on a lyrical tour of the vibrant and diverse city in “Kathmandu.” Through clever wordplay and vivid imagery, he captures the essence of Nepal’s capital, portraying its unique blend of tradition and modernity. “Kathmandu” not only showcases Professor Trix’s storytelling skills but also highlights his love and pride for his hometown.
3. “Gwaach”: Expressing frustration and inner turmoil, “Gwaach” is a powerful rap that reflects Professor Trix’s ability to convey deep emotions through his music. The track serves as an outlet for the artist to vent and share his personal struggles, resonating with listeners who can relate to the challenges of life. Professor Trix’s authenticity shines through in “Gwaach,” making it a standout piece in his discography.
4. “Paisa”: In “Paisa,” Professor Trix turns his attention to the universal topic of money. Through witty rhymes and clever wordplay, he explores the impact of wealth on individuals and society. “Paisa” not only showcases Professor Trix’s versatility as a rapper but also his keen observations on the role of money in shaping human experiences.
5. “Machikney Fuchey” (Dissed to SACAR): Adding a competitive edge to his repertoire, Professor Trix displays his lyrical prowess in “Machikney Fuchey,” a diss track aimed at SACAR. With razor-sharp verses and a relentless flow, Professor Trix asserts his dominance in the rap game. This track not only demonstrates his skill in battle rap but also solidifies his position as a force to be reckoned with in the Nepali hip-hop scene.
Professor Trix’s unique blend of rawness, authenticity, and storytelling has elevated him to the status of one of Nepal’s standout hip-hop artists. Through tracks like “Hinda,” “Kathmandu,” “Gwaach,” “Paisa,” and “Machikney Fuchey,” he continues to leave an indelible mark on the Nepali rap scene. As he navigates the complexities of life and society through his music, Professor Trix remains a local gem, resonating with fans who appreciate the unfiltered truth he brings to the mic.