Anil bro, (I’m not sure if you are holding your title of “Yama Buddha” on the other side). I never knew you personally. I did listen to few of your songs, and watched every episode of raw-barz. Apart from that, I never followed you that much. I never attended your concert, nor had any sort of discussion of rap songs or Nephop among my friends- until the fateful day.
When I was a kid my family experienced a civil war which started from 1996 and ended in 2006. My dad was serving in the army and participated in the war. We lived in the city and my dad was in the war zone.
I got the news that he was suffering from cancer. After some days, I knew that he died. I felt very happy and screamed ‘Party Time’. My aunt scolded me for being so harsh and negative upon someone who is that old.
It was 7:30pm and I was returning from office to home. We had to finish some deadline, so me and my friend stayed late to complete as much work and wrapped up the day with a fast cup of coffee. I have stayed till 8, 8:30 at some days at work. Normally, it is 8:30 when me and my friend reach home. It was totally normal for me.
Youth Legend’s USA based partner organization International Connector was looking for a teen from different corners of the world for their paid project with biggest research institute of the world – Institute for The Future. We had a responsibility of finding the right candidate from Nepal who would give their