You must have heard the song ‘Rinkiya Ke Papa’.
If not, it’s time for you to leave planet earth. Because clealry, Rinkiya Ke Papa isn’t a song, it has become a cult, a legacy and an epitome for memes and entertainment. I am not even exaggerating the fact by the way. That’s the reality.
Just so you know, the original song Rinkiya Ke Papa has crossed over 25 million views. But today, this song crossed boundaries and earned respect from people who are thousands of miles away from India but still, truly respect and enjoy the ‘Rinkiya cult’ as much as Indians DO.
Rinkiya ke Papa by Samuel Singh
The latest addition to this entertainment LEGACY was done by Nigerian singer ‘Samuel Adepoju’, who is better known as Samuel Singh.
So, he heard the song Rinkiya Ke Papa and fell in love with it. But his love and respect didn’t stop there.
He made sure to let the world know that he loves this song.
So, what did he do?
He sang an EDM cover of Rinkiya Ke Papa and posted it on YouTube with the caption- ” Rinkiya ke papa formed a great part of our 2018. We love Manoj Tiwari sir for creating such an amazing masterpiece.”
Of course, the song sounds a bit funny in his African accent, but I must tell you that his Bhojpuri pronunciation is superb. I mean, I was in a state of shock when I heard his fluency in those typical Bhojpuri lines of the song.
Samuel was pretty much at ease while singing, I could see that much.
The comments so far
People are loving him. The video is flooded with comments like- “Love your song, please come Chhattisgarh, “This guy is living in 2050. Awesome,” “This was lit. Love from India”.
Then, there are users who are already listening to this track on repeat. A user wrote, ‘Very very very good. Much Better than the original song. Listing this song on repeat mode.’
Turns out, a few people are checking Youtube after hearing about this song in the news. Like this user who wrote, ‘I saw your video on News18 India then I come watch your video’.
Listen to Rinkiya Ke Papa By Samuel Singh here:
The video has already crossed 1.7 million views and Indians couldn’t be prouder. After all, it does not happen every day that you get to hear a Bhojpuri cover, right? Also, the kind of respect Samuel has for our Manoj Tiwari is commendable.