GRAVITY Unleashes an explosive single ‘DOWNHILL’
DOWNHILL is an explosive possé cut featuring the debut of Death Clutch Music, the crew founded by Mumbai stalwart GRAVITY including rappers Rhymix & DC Krma who feature on the song. The crew also includes producer Aakash Music & videographer Infinitium Productions. Wretch Fortune features on the song trading back and forth verses with the crew on the ground shaking Eyepatch production.
Akshay Poojary aka GRAVITY is a 23 year-old rapper from Mumbai, India. He's the founder of Death Clutch Music and co-founder of the hip-hop collective Bombay Lokal. GRAVITY has shared stage with Divine, Delhi Sultanate, Enkore and other big names at Gully Fest 2018 and also rapped alongside Emiway, Prabh Deep and Shaikhspeare on the BBC Mumbai Rap Sessions. His debut album "Prashna Chinha" received wide acclaim which he released in 2018. He's also dropped more critically acclaimed projects, an EP in 2019 "Putrapaksh" and a mixtape "Walls Of Jericho" in 2021. He continues to drop singles and features that have gained him more prominence.
Parth Mistry aka Rhymix is a 23 year old rapper and producer from Mumbai, India representing Death Clutch Music & Bombay Lokal. Rhymix has been a part of multiple possé collaborations & was also featured on Emmy Award winning producer Aakash Ravikrishnan's acclaimed project Over Seas. He's working on his debut project which will be releasing soon.
Suraj Vishwakarma aka DC Krma is a 21 year old rapper and lyricist from Mumbai, India representing Lokal Gang, the extended crew of acclaimed hip-hop collective Bombay Lokal and Death Clutch Music. He debuted with his solo effort "Gandhi Dollar" on the Lokal Gang debut "Issa Gang".
Ainesh Dhawan aka “Eyepatch” is a 19 year old producer from India. His versatility knows no bounds as he works to establish himself as a producer who can work with anyone, capturing the emotions in anything he works with.
Mohit Pania aka Wretch Fortune is a 22 year old Indian rapper from Mumbai city. His music is inspired by the western Hip-Hop culture, most of his lyricism is inspired by his life stories. He says “as music has been therapeutic for a lot of artists like me, I tend to find peace within every creation.”