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If Bollywood Songs Were Rap: Superwoman Lilly Singh turns iconic tracks into motivational anthems and they are on point!

Lilly Singh aka Superwoman put some rap into Bollywood numbers Ankh Mare, Choli Ke Peeche, All Is Well and we have to say, the video is damn impressive

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Lilly Singh aka Superwoman is one of the most celebrated YouTube sensation in the world right now. The 30-year-old Canadian lady started out as a YouTube content creator more than a year ago and garnered a huge fan base for all the right reasons. Lilly’s content is super relatable, and her 8.4 million followers on Instagram speak for her. The YouTuber just made history on an international scale by becoming the first and only woman and LGBTQ person to host a late night show on a prime time network NBC. The show on NBC debuts in September and is called A little late with Lilly Singh. She also came out as bisexual to the world and we love how she is the leading the pack with such zeal.

The content creator is in India for the YouTube Fanfest, tomorrow (March 30) and Lilly is putting out fresh videos in the run-up to it. In one of the new videos titled- If Bollywood Songs were Rap, she brings two things she loves the most together- Bollywood and Rap. In the video, the YouTuber is seen playing some of her favourite Bollywood numbers but with masala twist- Hindi lyrics out, Rap in. Lilly mashed three of her favourite Bollywood anthems – Choli ke peeche, All is Well and Aankh Maare and made it a rap motivational anthems. She also roped in some of her famous friends in for special appearances, singer Neha Kakkar is seen in the Ankh Maare for a second where she is face- timing with Lilly and humorously says one more remix? Wicked! Check the video here

Superwoman posted the video on her YouTube channel and said “I love Bollywood and I love rap music. So I decided to let my worlds collide by turning some of my favourite songs into rap songs! And while I was at it, I thought, why not make them little motivational anthems that speak to causes close to my heart? I hope you enjoy them as much as I enjoyed making them! “ Let us know what you think about them? Comment below!

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