“I had to use an oxygen pump after each verse”


Asim Riaz on the set of King Kong in Ladakh: “I had to use an oxygen pump after every verse” – Deets Inside

The recently released rap song King Kong, sung and written by Asim Riaz himself, is garnering high praise. Despite being his fifth rap song in 10 months, “King Kong” was Asim’s first rap song ever. It took him a while to present the song as he was busy making the lyrics more punchy. Asim described his journey through this rap because he chose the title “King Kong” because his rap is very energetic.

The King Kong video was shot in Ladakh capturing the beauty of the valley. It was shot at a height of 14,000 feet above sea level with freezing weather of -5 degrees. – Speaking of filming in the valley, Asim Riaz said: “I have always dreamed of filming in Ladakh. Nubra Valley is the best place to shoot. The valley’s color palette connects with my vibe. It is at a height of 14000 Ft. I had to use an oxygen pump after each verse because the oxygen level is really low at this height. But I’m really impressed after watching the final release.

‘King Kong’ was performed and written by Asim Riaz and the music was composed by Charan. The music video was directed by Jay Singhal.

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