Rapper MC Tod Fod death news: Indian rapper and a hip-hop artist MC Tod Fod, also known as Dharmesh Parmar, who featured in Ranveer Singh-starrer 'Gully Boy', passed away on Tuesday at the age of 24.
MC Tod Fod was associated with the multilingual group Swadesi and had a good fan following on Instagram. Swadesi’s label Azadi Records and 4/4 Entertainment confirmed the news of Rapper MC Tod Fod's death. However, the cause of his sudden demise is yet to be ascertained.
As a part of 'Swadesi', he had performed with MC Mawali, producers NaaR, and Raakshas. His verses on songs such as 'The Warli Revolt' were hugely popular and also he emerged as a voice that raised the issues related to the environment and human rights.
Tod Fod had given several singles that include 'Plandemic', 'Truth and Bass'.
In 2019, Tod Fod and Swadesi, along with other hip-hop artists were called on by Zoya Akhtar to be part of the first-ever film on rappers — 'Gully Boy'. Tod Fod had written a verse for 'India 91', which was even a part of the soundtrack. Likewise, he was popular for his raps in Gujarati as well.
Meanwhile, 'Gully Boy' actors Ranveer Singh and Siddhant Chaturvedi mourned the death of Indian rapper MC Tod Fod. Ranveer shared Tod Fod's picture with a heartbroken emoji while Siddhant shared a screenshot of a chat with him and his picture.
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