Rapper Vivian Fernandes is a local of Mumbai who goes on the name Divine. A rigorous MC whose rhymes easily change between Hindi and British, his vantage stage is the roads, or more particularly, the gullies where he grew up. Previously an associate of the group Mumbai’s Finest, Fernandes broke through as single designer in 2013 using the solitary “Yeh Mera Bombay,” where he displayed satisfaction for his community while illustrating the raising wealth distance of its people. Authorized to Sony Music India, Fernandes obtained another strike in 2015 using the flourishing “Mere Gully Mein,” a monitor offering fellow Mumbai indigenous Naezy. Rolling Rock India detailed its video as among the ten greatest of 2015, and BBC Asian Network determined the rapper as among the Indian performers to view. Another forceful monitor, “Jungli Sher,” was released as an individual in 2016.