rap

Rhythm and Poetry; rap music is a genre centered around speaking truth to power with style.

  • PRiMe PeRf
    Published about 10 hours ago
    Lose Yourself

    Lose Yourself

    Eminem just performed Lose Yourself at the Oscars and people lost their minds! The internet was filled with enthusiastic comments about the surprise performance.
  • Kyle Treadwell
    Published 11 days ago
    Is White Wulf the Next Eminem?

    Is White Wulf the Next Eminem?

    WHO IS WULF? This is the story of the Wulf. Whitewulf was born in Bosnia and raised in the United States. Due to escalating turmoil in the country at the time, Wulfs family came to the US when he was just a young boy not knowing a word of English.
  • Lyrical Value
    Published 30 days ago
    Studio Vibez

    Studio Vibez

    "Well I'm just sittin' in the studio just trying to get to you baby
  • StageScene Magazine
    Published about a month ago
    Dynamic, Multi-Talented Creator Amir Royale
Releases Emotionally Powerful Single “People Say”
  • Haris Abbasi
    Published 2 months ago
    RHYAN BESCO - TODAY I ALMOST

    RHYAN BESCO - TODAY I ALMOST

    What’s a music video these days? Think about every music video you’ve seen in the year 2019. From Taylor Swift’s “ME!’ to Billie Eilish’s “Bad Guy” even the viral master himself Lil Nas X and his video for “Old Town Road” all these videos are with high-end budgeting, and lots of crew on set to help tell the visual the artist wants to relay to the audience. What happens when you remove the machine? Can the magic still be kept alive? Will the viewers be entertained? Today I want you to get to know Rhyan Besco and at the end see why blogs like “The Vocal media” are calling him the answer to your 2020 musical needs.
  • Bralen Williams
    Published 3 months ago
    Migos vs. Rae Sremmurd

    Migos vs. Rae Sremmurd

    Hip-Hop groups have been the foundation and basis of collective collaborations in this genre. There have been many honorable groups in hip-hop such as N.W.A., Beastie Boys, OutKast, Wu-Tang Clan and many more. In recent years, Hip-hop has been dominating with two most new groups both hailing from the south: Migos & Rae Sremmurd. They have been compared so many times because of their intense influence and energy of the trap music genre. This is a debate that has been explored a few times for a while, So who do I think is a better group?
  • Azaria Brown
    Published 3 months ago
    The Logistics of the Rap Crown

    The Logistics of the Rap Crown

    The rap crown is arguably the most desired accolade in music history. Since rap music became mainstream so has its top spot. Now that rap music is one of the most influential aspects of pop culture, it is more coveted than ever. It’s customary for every rapper to think that the top spot belongs to them, but it’s usually the general consensus that they need to put in some work before they can truly justify their place at the top. Rappers that fans often indicate as top tier and deserving of that spot include Eminem, Jay-Z, Kanye West, Biggie, Tupac, Lil Wayne, Nas and many others. Some people think that the crown is simply transferred from one rapper to another after a certain period of time, others think that it has to be earned and once it is acquired, someone better has to come along to take it.
  • SKYLERIZED
    Published 4 months ago
    "Talking Star: 'The Star Report': What Makes You Creep on Wifey?

    "Talking Star: 'The Star Report': What Makes You Creep on Wifey?

    Star bounces right onto the set like a round ball. Star talks about rapper Chris Kidd telling to get his sentence reduced. Mr. Torain also delves into the worst rappers of all time. A SnapChatter goes down his list of worst hip hop “artists.” Boss Chick Ronnie a.k.a. Greasy checks into the show like a swan landing on the surface of the water. She comes prepared with her own list of terrible rhyme sayers. A certain Atlanta-based rapper claims the shady crown according to Ronnie. Star claims that Nicki Minaj is still the queen. Star enjoys a woman who “fights back.” Star brings up the way that Wendy Williams treats people of color on her show.
  • SKYLERIZED
    Published 4 months ago
    Talking Star: 'The Star Report: Kanye West 'Jesus Is King' Review'

    Talking Star: 'The Star Report: Kanye West 'Jesus Is King' Review'

    “Fire!” Exclamations erupt from the mouth of Troi “Star” Torain in recognition of Kanye West’s new album. Mr. Torain wants to know if his audience knows who Fred Hammond is. He talks about Mr. West’s 501 (c)(3) still not being up and running yet. He says that Kanye’s ego is a thing that clashes with his religiosity. But he finds the project to be of substance. Star says that he’s skeptical to see an “unstable” Kanye West as commander-in-chief of the United States.
  • Victor Trammell
    Published 4 months ago
    TME's Royce J Reminds Tekashi 6ix9ine's Fans that "Snitches Get Stitches"

    TME's Royce J Reminds Tekashi 6ix9ine's Fans that "Snitches Get Stitches"

    “If you’re still listening to 6ix9ine after you know he told on his whole crew, you’re as lame as him... You’re part of the problem.”
  • Victor Trammell
    Published 4 months ago
    TME's Royce J Reminds Tekashi 6ix9ine's Fans That "Snitches Get Stitches"

    TME's Royce J Reminds Tekashi 6ix9ine's Fans That "Snitches Get Stitches"

    “If you’re still listening to 6ix9ine after you know he told on his whole crew, you’re as lame as him... You’re part of the problem.”
  • Azaria Brown
    Published 5 months ago
    Boom Bap and the Pro Era Effect

    Boom Bap and the Pro Era Effect

    For many, boom bap is synonymous with real hip hop and is one of the only forms that truly encapsulates the genre. Even with the young genre continuing to grow and dominate popular music, these fans still remain persistent in their desire for raw beats that call back to the 90s. Boom bap was popularized in hip hop in the 90s and is revered as one of the staples of the East Coast hip hop movement. It's the combination of a bass drum on downbeats and a snare on the upbeats, but even without a specific or lengthy explanation, listeners know boom bap when they hear it. And hearing it in 2000s always introduces a sort of nostalgia for older, East Coast records.