Krishna Kaul, known mononymously as Krishna and formerly as YoungProzpekt, is a rapper from Gurugram, Delhi NCR, India. He was one of the earliest rappers to emerge in the Indian hip hop scene in the mid-2000s under the stage name Prozpekt. He was briefly featured in the 2019 Bollywood film Gully Boy as himself.
|Born||on Sunday, 4 October 1987 ,he is 35 years , as of 2022 in New Delhi|
|Real Name||Krishna kaul|
Krsna was born as Krishna Kaul on Sunday, 4 October 1987 ,he is 35 years , as of 2022 in New Delhi.
Krsna belongs to an Kashmiri Pandit family , there is not much information is currently available about the names and profession of his family .
Career of Krsna
In 2006, Krsna began writing songs and posting them to his “MySpace profile”. By 2008, he had developed a small following in New Delhi and had been featured by musicians from the United States and Canada. Then he returned to India, started rapping in college, and organised a crew there that he called Illicit Cash Mob (ICM). In 2010, he released the music video “Kaisa Mera Desh,” which became the first Indian hip hop song on YouTube, and following its release, it rose to number 2 on the list of most-watched videos in India. In 2013, he changed his stage name from Prozpekt to KRSNA, which is his current stage name.
He signed a contract with Universal Music in 2013. In 2014, he released his debut album, ‘Sellout,’ which was a full-length English album effort on Universal Music. Its lead single, ‘Last Night,’ reached number 5 on the VH1 music charts in India.
In 2021, he released his second album titled ‘Still Here.’ Famous Indian music artists including Badshah, Raftaar, and Ikka were featured in his album. The intro song of the album ‘Still Here’ was produced by Safin .
In 2006, he released the sample of the song ‘I Want it All’ by the British rock band Queen. In the same year, he featured in the remix of the song ‘Bitch Please,’ which was originally created by American rapper Eminem. In 2007, he released his original song, ‘I Go Go,’ featuring Soldier Hard. In 2016, Krsna made a comeback after being on a hiatus for two years with the Hindi song ‘Vyanjan.’ After the success of the song, he signed with DNH (now KALAMKAAR) artist management agency in 2017. Later, he became the partner of the agency in 2018. He has worked with several American artists. In January 2021, American rapper Hi-Rez released the song ‘Crossroads’ on which Krsna featured along with another American rapper Royce da 5’9″. He featured in another song by Hi-Rez titled ‘Playground’ in July 2021. He collaborated with Hi-Rez for the third time in the song ‘Overdrive’ with other American artists including Joell Ortiz, Bizzy Bone, Tech N9ne, Twista, and More.
Some of his other famous songs are ‘Roll Up,’ ‘Saza-E-Maut,’ ‘Lil Bunty,’ ‘No Cap,’ ‘Say My Name,’ ‘Blowing Up,’ ‘Living Legend,’ and more.
Emiway VS Krsna
In 2018, in Between Raftaar and Emiway’s beef , Krsna joined that Beef taking Raftaar’s side , KRSNA responded with “Freeverse Feast (Langar),” surprising everyone in the scene and quickly taking over. Emiway didn’t answer, so KR$NA released “Seedha Makeover,” another diss tune, which became popular in the hip-hop scene.
After he released a few diss tracks against Emiway, Insane of BEARDGANG from Greater Noida, India began making diss tracks against KR$NA.
They called out KR$NA on his Instagram DM’s after KR$NA signed to Kalamkaar. After that, KR$NA responded to them and invited them to arrange a meeting with these “Softies,” as he refers to the alleged Internet gangsters. They requested KR$NA meet them at Pari-chowk, but no one showed up; therefore, the issue was resolved
Krsna VS Muhfaad
in 2020 KRSNA released the song “UNTITLED,” which included subtle jabs at Muhfaad. Following the single, Muhfaad responded with his diss track “Bitch I am a GOD,” and from that point on, Muhfaad and KRSNA began a battle of dissing tunes. KRSNA and Muhfaad both responded to each other by releasing “MAHARANI” and “MOKSH,” respectively. In “Makasam,” Kaul released his best diss tune. Muhfaad then released “Bhoot Banega” as his final response after KRSNA released Makasam. From the viewpoint of a large portion of the audience, KRSNA won this argument.
in 2022 , the diss battle between Emiway and Krsna happened again this time and lead to machaynge 4 rap battles , eventhough Emiway after this song got many hate comments and tweets like fan converted to haters , and far often the controversy got the end , and the audience took Krsna ‘s side .
Raftaar net worth is estimated around 5 Million dollars which is around 40 Crores in Indian currency.
Krsna is one of the top Indian rappers and a worldwide singing sensation. He has an estimated net worth of about $10 million or 80 crores in Indian currency. He is one of the highest-paid rappers in the music industry of India.
|Net Worth||$5 Million|
|Net Worth In Indian Rupees||40 Crores INR|
|Monthly Income And Salary||25 Lakhs +|
|Yearly Income||3.5 Crores +|
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FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)
1. What is the age of KRSNA ?
Ans. KRSNA is 35 years old.
2. Which one is the most viewed song of KRSNA?
Ans. “The track, ‘SAY MY NAME ‘ was written & performed by KR$NA, produced by Call Me G, and released by Raftaar and Ankit Khanna’s record label ‘KALAMKAAR.’
3. Did RaftaaR is in the Hustle?
Ans. yes he was on mtv hustle seasom 1 with Raftaar .
4. What is KRSNA’s real name?
Ans. Krsna’s real name is Krishna kaul.
5. What is the net worth of KRSNA?
Ans. Krsna’s net worth is around 40 Crores in Indian rupee.