All Ok

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All Ok (Alok Babu R)
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Background information
Born (1989-05-02) 2 May 1989 (age 33)
Bengaluru, Karnataka, India
Genresreggae, Electronic dance music, trap, Rap
Occupation(s)Actor, Singer, Rapper, Director and Producer
Years active2012–present
LabelsTeam AllOk, Believe Digital
Websitehttps://allok.co.in/

All Ok alias, Alok R. Babu,(born 2 May 1989) is a Kannada rapper, singer, actor & music-producer.[1] He is most predominantly known for Kannada rap songs like Don't Worry, Yaakinge, Young Engo 1 & 2, Nan Kannadiga, Deja Vu, Urban Lads and many more. He is married to Nisha Natarajan.

Early life[edit | edit source]

All Ok was born to Ramesh Babu D, who was an entrepreneur, and Tara Ramesh, a house wife. He has a younger sister, Ankita R. Babu. He completed his PUC in Sri Bhagawan Mahaveer Jain College, Jayanagar, and later pursued his BBM degree from City college of management studies at Bengaluru. All OK produced the Kannada's first rap song, Young Engo. Ever since, All OK produced new talents of Kannada Hip-Hop and revolutionized Kannada music industry[2]

Career[edit | edit source]

He started his career as lead singer in Kannada's first hip-hop band & album Urban lads and acted as one of the lead for Kannada super hit movie Jossh. Since then he has acted in more than twenty five movies in five different languages and has composed, directed and produced many independent music video's which have gone viral across Karnataka and India. Many of his productions have been covered by the media.[3][4][5] All OK is currently on a mission to take Kannada music to international levels and his attempts and dedication have been proven when one of his famous tracks, Don't Worry, was played and appreciated at BBC Radio London hosted by the popular, RJ Ashanti Omkar. In addition, All OK's Don't Worry, was featured on Rolling Stone India. He is currently set to release various tracks, Individual and Movie tracks.

Filmography[edit | edit source]

Year Film Language role
2009 Jossh Kannada super student
2011 Keretam Telugu Remake of Kannada Josh
2011 Yuvan Tamil Remake of Kannada Josh
2013 Mandahaasa Kannada
2010 Aitalakadi Kannada
2014 Ninnindale Kannada
2015 Siddhartha Kannada good friend
2014 Gajakesari Kannada
2017 Pataki[6] Kannada Police Inspector
2017 Tarak[7] Kannada
School days Hindi
2019 Banglore heights English
2019 Bharaate Kannada Rajstan Guide
2019 Sarvajanikarige Suvarna Avakasha Kannada

References[edit | edit source]

  1. "Urban Lads unspool another youth hit". The Times of India.
  2. "All OK". Kannadarap.
  3. "Musician Alok and team celebrate Kannada Rajyotsava". The New Indian Express.
  4. "Kannada rapper shows the power". The Times of India.
  5. "Gaddappa and Century Gowda now in a music video". The Times of India.
  6. "A rap song for Nataraja Service". The Times of India.
  7. "Music is the only drug one needs in life: All.OK". The Times of India.

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