Shamoon Ismail was as of late in the spotlight for not the best reasons.
In any case, it would appear that he has another track for his adherents to appreciate. What’s more, considering the ongoing discussion encompassing the artist, track ‘Rok Le’ with its emotionless verses makes them wonder: was everything paving the way to this?
The track opens with the refrains “Mein name te nae jaanda, teri link te nae aanda,” and that helps us to remember his erased tweet after his conciliatory sentiment.
Shamoon had posted and afterward apologized for a bigot tweet about Covid-19 which felt unscrupulous to his fans and supporters.
He had at first reacted to being gotten out for the conciliatory sentiment by saying, “I have remedied myself to set a model reason individuals admire me and I am liable to a more significant position authority. Not on the grounds that I am terrified of a bundle and getting dropped. I am not pushed on your TV or radio or on a membership that is paid for. I don’t owe anybody anything.”
Theory he was attempting to state rok le… be that as it may, at that point he sang it.