Born in 1979, Taran Kaur Dhillon never once imagined that she’d perform on stage to a rowdy crowd of hip-hop heads. Destiny, however, had different plans for the young Indian girl who once aspired to be like her aunty dressed in a sari playing the traditional Indian harmonium.
Evolving from the good little Indian girl who didn’t argue or answer back, she is now a fire-breathing dragon spitting rhymes here there and everywhere with a punch so hard it’d knock you out from the other side of the room.
Putting those people who claim to be rappers to shame with her lyrical prowess, this village girl has shown her fans that they have no need to be afraid or worried about what others think, “as long as you have talent and passion, chase your dreams”.
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