Well for all those who Googled the term Rapping to know its origin back in 1970s in US, Google may be entirely wrong! We Indians had the music form by heart well before the world even came to know about it. And this information is shared by none other than the Rapping sensation of India Yo Yo Honey Singh, who can now be rightly called the Encyclopaedia of Rap, as well. Well, this Holi, the singer shared this lesson number 1 on the birth of Rap, and we Indians are the discoverers there too. Yo Yo Honey Singh wished his fans on the festival and then told them the first time any singer rapped in a film. Watch the Instagram video here: https://www.instagram.com/p/Bf0XU03nJhJ/ For all those who are confused, the song is a Mahendra Kapoor and Asha Bhosle duet in the 1959 superhit Navrang. And clearly, Mahendra Kapoor can be heard rapping in the song. Are Ja Re Hat Natkhat can indeed be touted as the first rap of the music world, well before the western musicians even knew the concept and art. You can watch the whole song right here: https://youtu.be/DnayLSAKHIM The music to the song is given by yesteryears's ace composer C Ramachandran. YoYo Honey Singh said that the singers and rappers worldwide claiming that they are the ones who started Rapping in the songs must listen to this Mahendra Kapoor track. Meanwhile, the Rapper-Music Director, who was on his way to the boxing class, also told that he did not play Holi any more because he finds the festival untidy. On the work front, the hit music maker has recently made a come back from 18 months long sabbatical to give out the foot-tapping and groovy songs in the February's biggest hit, Sonu Ke Titu Ki Sweety. He re-vamped two songs for the film, 'Dil Chori' and 'Chhote Chhote Peg', with renewed Bhangra beats and of course, his unprecedent rapping skills.