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BBC Asian Network
15 Nov 2013, BBC Broadcasting House
Roach Killa
Roach Killa
Roach Killa

Roach Killa started his career in 1993 after he decided to work with Local Toronto Producer Earl Ferns and released an EP titled ROACHSTAFARIAN which went on to sell over 10,000 units across North America gaining Roach a massive fanbase. He pursued his career with later releases of mixtapes. After having trouble with the LAW in 2004 Roach Killa came over to the UK; and met up with Rishi Rich and they collaborated on a track called. After the song released he began to feature in many singles including "Overdose", "Bomp", "Jadoo" and many others.

In 2009, he released his own album titled Revolution with its first single "Yaara Dildaara", which hit No.1 on BBC Asian Network charts, making history as the first rap No. 1 on the charts. Roach Killa topped every chart around the world and went on to release more singles like "Hey Gal feat Apache Indian", "Ghora feat Blitz", "Hathyar feat Gippy Grewal" and "Killin DEM". In 2010, his collaboration with newcomer Garry Sandhu turned out to be a milestone for Garry Sandhu as well as Roach Killa with their single "Dil De De".

Roach Killa started his career in 1993 after he decided to work with Local Toronto Producer Earl Ferns and released an EP titled ROACHSTAFARIAN which went on to sell over 10,000 units across North America gaining Roach a massive fanbase. He pursued his career with later releases of mixtapes. After having trouble with the LAW in 2004 Roach Killa came over to the UK; and met up with Rishi Rich and they collaborated on a track called. After the song released he began to feature in many singles including "Overdose", "Bomp", "Jadoo" and many others.

In 2009, he released his own album titled Revolution with its first single "Yaara Dildaara", which hit No.1 on BBC Asian Network charts, making history as the first rap No. 1 on the charts. Roach Killa topped every chart around the world and went on to release more singles like "Hey Gal feat Apache Indian", "Ghora feat Blitz", "Hathyar feat Gippy Grewal" and "Killin DEM". In 2010, his collaboration with newcomer Garry Sandhu turned out to be a milestone for Garry Sandhu as well as Roach Killa with their single "Dil De De".

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