Emiway Bantai's real name is Bilal Shaikh. However, he was most likely known by the names Emiway or Shahrukh Shaikh. Since he was a little lad, he has been an amateur. When he was in school, he was a bright student. As a youngster, he was a quiet child.
In tenth grade, his buddy Jake Pole introduced him to rap music and Eminem. As a result, Emiway became a fan of the rapper and began humming his songs. And a few days later, he sang that song to his schoolmates. All of his buddies were surprised and thrilled upon hearing his music.
How he remembered the tune astounded everyone. And he posed the same query to him. Emiway then had a greater interest in rap music. He made an effort to perform Lilly Ven and Eminem songs each day. He eventually completed high school and enrolled in college. His buddies at college thought highly of his singing. Then, his friends and coworkers inspired him to produce his own music.
Emiway took their advice and published his debut single, "Glint Lock." Although many people liked his music, he didn't receive the required number of views at the time.
He was nonetheless ecstatic that the folks who heard his tunes responded favourably. At first, he made rap in English, but after his father suggested he do it in Hindi, he switched to doing it that way.
Then he wrote and published "Aur Bantai," his next Hindi song. And many people still liked the music "Aur Bantai" in 2019, which has received over 2 million views.
He wanted to continue his rapping career with this in mind. Emiway wrote several other songs after that and began uploading them to YouTube, where they finally went viral and brought him much popularity.
Bantai The Studio is the name of Emiway's current studio. In 2018, he engaged in a diss war with Raftaar. When Raftaar questioned his rapping skills, everything started to unravel.
Raftaar responded with a song titled "Sheik Chilli," to which Emiway responded with the theme "Giraftaar." Emiway then addressed this with a diss tune titled "Samajh Mein Aaya Kya."
His entry into Bollywood was made possible by his breakout performance in Zoya Akhtar's 2019 film "Gully Boy," in which he not only sang the song "Asli Hip-Hop" but also displayed his acting prowess.