Suman Thapa a.k.a. Swoopna Suman is one of the leading faces of the contemporary Nep-pop scene, with over a dozen singles released from his official channel and many more from other platforms. Swoopna Suman has a loyal fan-base genuinely supporting all his artistic endeavours. Born on 2nd December, 1995, Suman started developing an inclination towards music fairly young and had penned his first composition by the time he enrolled in seventh grade. By 20, the singer had already started collaborating with various artists and released a few cover songs on YouTube, gradually curating a decent following. Kasari Bhanu (2017) released from Channel Arbitrary broke the algorithm of the internet making him an overnight sensation. And he has well-managed to sustain his prominence till date, with back to back releases, portraying a balanced growth curve and constantly collaborating with new producers/ artists/ arrangers. His song writing mostly relates to a rather younger audience as his forte seems to be emotionally permeated romantic tunes describing infatuations, long-term relationships, tragedy in love or the longing for a passionate reunion. The new single resumes on a similar route titled Khelauna, the song is based on adultery and how the protagonist survives this horrible relationship with his partner who’s chosen to treat the character like a toy in return for his devoted love. Featuring the charismatic rap legend Manas Ghale, the single is noted as a part of Swoopna’s upcoming debut album, ‘Pratikriti’. Flaunting a retro groove, the rap portion of the song feels almost unlikely to arise until Manas Ghale takes the space and most effortlessly garnishes the melody. The rapper’s soothing catchy verses add this humorous dimension to the song, making the whole context more interesting and flattering the entire compositional structure. With Foeseal on production, mixing and mastering duties, Abhishek Thapa Magar on bass, Sushan Manandhar Dex on animation, 3D and editing, Sudha Rana on artwork and character design; the project is managed by Bijay Basnet of Dream Flower Project. The official music video has already reached 14 thousand views within just six hours of its release. So, do check out both the musicians on your social media handles and support by liking, sharing and subscribing to more local creators and artists.