New single, music video topples by Arunachalee rapper Don Kam

New single, music video topples by Arunachalee rapper Don Kam

Itanagar: Renowned Arunachalee rapper Tana Kamsang has dropped a new single and its music video titled ‘Withdrawal’.

Known as Don Kam or DK, Kamsang is best known for his fast and hard hitting rhyme scheme, however, he opts for maturity and melody in his new single.
In ‘Withdrawal’, Kamsang can be heard speaking his heart out with the story of the music video mostly inspired by real-life events.

As the rate of drug addiction among the youth continues to rise in the state, the video revolves around the diary of a young drug addict in which he reminisces about how he used to be a gifted boy and the sports he played. I was good enough.
The young man is then introduced to the world of drugs, which leads him to steal, enter a trauma phase, and eventually rehab.

In the video, the main character, who is addicted to heroin, and another who is supposed to be his close friend, both under the influence of drugs, embark on a psychotic journey that leads to a regular motorcycle theft. During one such failed attempt, the friend is captured and killed.
Shocked and shocked at losing his partner in crime, the protagonist hits rock bottom and is transferred to rehab. But the nightmare doesn’t end there when the ‘recovery’ takes place as the protagonist suffers from sleepless nights, anxiety, depression, seizures and hallucinations.
To fight it all, the main character writes down his feelings in a diary.

As mentioned earlier, Kamsang’s song is inspired by real-life events. According to local police stations in the Itanagar Capital Region, drugs and theft go hand in hand. Most youths, who engage in theft, do so solely to purchase drugs.
Even after numerous arrests and crackdowns, police claim that easy bails and loopholes in the law allow those involved in drug trafficking and peddling to resume their drug trade.

Also, the absence of proper rehabilitation centers in Arunachal adds to the injury.

According to Don Kam, everyone is doing their part to reduce the scourge.
“The government and the police are keeping an eye on things and filmmakers are preparing scripts to create awareness about drug use. The Arunachalee music industry has also been quite vocal and direct against all the drugs going on lately. “Comeback” is an attempt to do just that, Kamsang said.

He also revealed that the actor overcame addiction in real life in the music video.
“The question now is how hard and for how long can one withstand the pressure of a comeback. Or is it just another relapse on its way? That’s the whole point of the video,” Kamsang said.

A first-generation Arunachalee rapper from Doimukh in Papum Pare district, Kamsang (28) started making music during his college days after being inspired by American rock band Lincoln Park.

He along with his crew ‘Demon’s Clique’ has already released 6 hip hop music albums so far which have managed to get a total of over 4 million views on YouTube and around 23k streams on Spotify.

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