Lyrics
Farak Hai
Artist Divine
Lyricist Divine
Music Director Brapp TV,Harm Productions

Farak Hai Lyrics

Verse 1

Yeah I rap quite a bit 

The public recognizes everything

The mind is at peace

When I got money in the pocket 

Divine begins with a humble opening saying that he raps a little bit. Because he realizes, the listeners know that he is a talented rapper. He’s been on the grind for a decade now

His efforts finally bore fruit in the last year especially. He’s performed for crowds in the U.K, Dubai. Now that he has money (Indian notes have Mahatma Gandhi’s picture on them), his mind is finally at peace.

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Yeah I rap quite a bit 

The public recognizes everything

The mind is at peace

When I got money in the pocket 

Divine begins with a humble opening saying that he raps a little bit. Because he realizes, the listeners know that he is a talented rapper. He’s been on the grind for a decade now

His efforts finally bore fruit in the last year especially. He’s performed for crowds in the U.K, Dubai. Now that he has money (Indian notes have Mahatma Gandhi’s picture on them), his mind is finally at peace.

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Verse 2

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Verse 3

I started the 59 movement out here

Blessed your favourite rappers with free knowledge 

Didn’t take anything in return

We want love, been witness to violence since we were small

Divine refers to his pin code area – 59 in Andheri, Mumbai. He was the one who began the rap movement in his area which inspired a whole lot of youngsters to try their hand at spitting a few bars. 

Being the pioneer of the rap movement, he’s blessed numerous other upcoming rappers with vital knowledge, necessary to survive in the industry. He did this out of love and asked for nothing in return because he was witness to a lot of violence in his younger days.

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I started the 59 movement out here

Blessed your favourite rappers with free knowledge 

Didn’t take anything in return

We want love, been witness to violence since we were small

Divine refers to his pin code area – 59 in Andheri, Mumbai. He was the one who began the rap movement in his area which inspired a whole lot of youngsters to try their hand at spitting a few bars. 

Being the pioneer of the rap movement, he’s blessed numerous other upcoming rappers with vital knowledge, necessary to survive in the industry. He did this out of love and asked for nothing in return because he was witness to a lot of violence in his younger days.

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Verse 4

Ask around about the number of bars I’ve written

Ask around about the number of times I’ve stopped to breathe 

I represent the Gully, from the head to my shoes

From the streets to the booth, from the slums to the news

For the people who doubt him, Divine tells them to ask around about his resume. With several hits to his name, he’s spit numerous lyrical verses. His storytelling skills are top notch and he rhymes at rapid speeds- hence the reference to his breaths in line 2. 

He’s come a long way from the streets to the DJ booths of the BBC network in the U.K. You only have to google DIVINE to realize that some of the country’s biggest newspapers have started noticing him as well. 

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Ask around about the number of bars I’ve written

Ask around about the number of times I’ve stopped to breathe 

I represent the Gully, from the head to my shoes

From the streets to the booth, from the slums to the news

For the people who doubt him, Divine tells them to ask around about his resume. With several hits to his name, he’s spit numerous lyrical verses. His storytelling skills are top notch and he rhymes at rapid speeds- hence the reference to his breaths in line 2. 

He’s come a long way from the streets to the DJ booths of the BBC network in the U.K. You only have to google DIVINE to realize that some of the country’s biggest newspapers have started noticing him as well. 

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Verse 5

I’m sitting in Gangtok, talking about these gangs and slangs

I swear I love the smooth talks that emerged from Mumbai 

That I learnt from these streets, Mind of a man

I don’t deal with boys

Divine was probably chilling in mountains of Gangtok- the capital of Sikkim. The locals out there developed a liking for his rhymes and the slangs he uses on the regular. 

The streets were like a school for Divine. He learnt a lot while he spent his time there. It made him mentally tough and he couldn’t care less about adults who behave like boys.

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I’m sitting in Gangtok, talking about these gangs and slangs

I swear I love the smooth talks that emerged from Mumbai 

That I learnt from these streets, Mind of a man

I don’t deal with boys

Divine was probably chilling in mountains of Gangtok- the capital of Sikkim. The locals out there developed a liking for his rhymes and the slangs he uses on the regular. 

The streets were like a school for Divine. He learnt a lot while he spent his time there. It made him mentally tough and he couldn’t care less about adults who behave like boys.

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Verse 6

You and I are massively different

Junior, this path belongs to the smooth talkers

You and I are massively different, right?

As Divine spits this final verse, he makes people realize that there’s a huge difference between you and him. Many believe they can rap as well as him, but with Farak Hai, he separates himself from the crowd. 

In Line 1 he makes a statement. In Line 3 he repeats it but ends it with a question mark to emphasize that people have realized by now that he’s very different compared to the other rappers.

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You and I are massively different

Junior, this path belongs to the smooth talkers

You and I are massively different, right?

As Divine spits this final verse, he makes people realize that there’s a huge difference between you and him. Many believe they can rap as well as him, but with Farak Hai, he separates himself from the crowd. 

In Line 1 he makes a statement. In Line 3 he repeats it but ends it with a question mark to emphasize that people have realized by now that he’s very different compared to the other rappers.

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