Badshah and J Balvin’s – 50 feet graffiti of Voodoo is now in Lal Baug, Mumbai!
Badshah, J Balvin and Tainy’s international hit ‘Voodoo’ is becoming increasingly popular with each passing day. To add up to this massive success, International Icon DJ Tiësto, and American Rapper Lil Baby have shown their love and featured on two unique versions of the track.
And now, in an effort to celebrate India’s first iconic international collaboration – Voodoo – a group of extremely talented graffiti artists have imprinted the iconic tie up in the entertainment capital of India – Mumbai.
The monumental beast art that now stands at 50 feet tall, was made possible by artists Wicked Broz and Man Mauji, a street artist from Delhi who joined forces to make it happen.
Graffiti is considered one of the four elements of hip hop, along with emceeing (rapping), DJing, and b-boying (breakdancing). Graffiti, like the other three elements, is an artform, a means of cultural expression.
Four talented artists came together to accomplish the 50-foot giant in the heat of the summer days in a quaint, timeless and iconic neighborhood of Lal Baug. The five floor building had no elevator and all equipment, scaffolding, platform, lift and paints had to be carried by hand to the terrace. This team of talented artists brought the mural to life in eight days. To top it all the residents of the building were not only excited but extremely helpful and supportive of the art.