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Ajmal Abdul Rahiman (Born June 27, 1991), Born In Manglore , Originally From Kerala And Brought Up In Dubai. Better Known By His Stage Name FuRa, Is A Dubai - Indian Based Rapper / Lyricist.

He Is Well Known For His Power Packed Energy Performances , Straight-Forward Lyrical Flow , Killer Vibes , His Amazing Connection With The Audience, His Lyrical Play ,His X-Factor And The List Never Ends.

He Got Into Music At A Very Young Age , Since His Family Was A Music Lover , Music Was Played During Almost Every Major And Minor Celebration Back Home. From Bollywood To English RnB , Hip-Hop ,Reggae ,Dancehall To A List That Would Never End , But His Love For Hip-Hop Started , Way Back In '03 , When In Da Club - 50cent Was Released And Had Everyone Moving To 50Cent's Flow , That Was When He Knew Hip-Hop Was His Love.

Who Would Have Ever Thought That This Skinny , Silent , Shy Dude Would Have Such Talent That Would Amaze Everyone. It Took Him 14 Years For Him To Find Out About His Hidden Talent , A Local Radio Played A Track By "50cent - In Da Club" That's When He Fell In Love With Hip-Hop , Slowly He Started To Listen To A Wide Variety Of Rappers Like Snoop Dogg , 2pac, Dr Dre, Common, Nas, Eminem, Wu Tang Clan, Wyclef Jean, Lil Wayne !

FuRa Is Not Your Any Other Rapper From The Block .He Is A Rapper, Writer, Music Producer And A Well Known Performer.
He Is The Most Talented Kid To Come Out From Dubai. Shy He Maybe At First But When He Starts Spitting Flows He Is On A Completely New Level, A Level You Can't Imagine. After Winning A Hand-Full Of Competition , To Name A Few "Diac Got Talent Winner" For 2011 , "Diac Rap Battle Winner" For 2012 . FuRa Had To Battle It Out With Topics Thrown At Him From The Audience , He Repped It Hard And Represented His "King Of Diac" Title To The Fullest.

He Started Rapping At Grade 6 At The Age Of 13 , He Released His First Song Dutty To The Masses And Was Literally Astonished By The Amount Of Love And Support He Recieved From His First Ever Track .He Even Topped The Dubai Underground Hip-Hop Scene On Reverbnation By Holding The #1 Spot For 2010 -2011 Including Uae's Top Charts.

With The Release Of His First Song Dutty (Prod. by Sean Paul), A Track From His Mixtape "Blood Clot War" To The Public On 7th August And Was Literally Stunned By The Positive Feedback From The People And At Last FuRa Has Left His Name On Their Hearts.

Middle East Has A Lot Of Scope For Hip-Hop Music, With The Underground Hip-Hop Scene Gaining Momentum , It Will Be A Matter Of Time Till Dubai Finally Finds It's Very Own Dr Dre.
But There Are Few Draw Backs , Kids As Young As 13-16 Have Started Rapping , Even Though We Encourage Them To Do So , But The Rhymes They Spit Are About Sex, Drugs, Getting High, And Criminal Violence, They Don't Understand That Hip-Hop Ain't A Joke Its A Serious Genre Where We Make People Realize Whats Happening Around Us, To Bring The Un-Told Truth To Their Ears.

FuRa Even Made It On An Article On A Very Prestigious Newspaper "Khaleej Times" -

FuRa (Future Rapper) is a popular name among students in Dubai. Sporting a black t-shirt with a long fauxhawk, FuRa’s outfit evinces a feel from an MTV music video. The hairdo is a loud style statement for the rapper’s attitude as he comes on stage to face-off competition from other students.

“Live rap is all about the energy you bring on stage. It’s not that hard,” remarks FuRa as a crowd of students finds resonance in his wordings describing student hardships, University events and youth competitions are a big part of a student experience as they open up opportunities.
Bringing students from different backgrounds on one stage, the shows are a great way to make new friends, says FuRa.
“After winning a university level competition last year, I got a lot of opportunities to perform outside university and I always see such shows as a gateway to becoming famous,” says FuRa.
The Heriot-Watt student is now looking to make his mark at a youth competition later this month. Symbolising young talent in universities, FuRa’s energy-packed performance was one of the highlights of a talent show hosted at Dubai International Academic City (DIAC) as part of the Week of Welcome.

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