Rapper Ice Cube recently told the New York Times, “For the longest time, black kids didn’t listen to rap because of the violence in the music. Now, there’s an excellent line.
You have some kids out here, who don’t have a violent bone in their body, but they want to express themselves.” Of course, the “fine line” he speaks of is music with positive lyrics.
These kids who want to express themselves do not need to listen to gangster rap. They need to listen to Dr. Dre and Eminem.
This song has been getting airplay all over the internet, and it has lyrics that these kids can relate to and enjoy. I don’t necessarily want to end rap music, but I feel it should be more towards the middle.
It should not be cool, just another type of music in this big world.
Throughout the history of music, artists have pushed the limits of what music can be. Some of those artists include Louis Armstrong, Chuck Berry, The Beatles, Eminem, John Cage, and many more.
However, rap only developed in the ’80s, mainly because the distribution methods were more diverse than they are today. Record companies also weren’t trying to establish any particular trend at that time.
Hip-Hop was a genre that had to get out of the underground.
As the days progressed, rap has proven to be popular with fans and critics, and many mainstream artists. In the 2000s, many rappers either embraced the sound of Rap music or tried to introduce their own unique spin on it.
Notable artists include Drake, Big Sean, Jay Z, Kanye West, and more.
Yes, they are. Hip-Hop is a genre that has been developed from Rap music.
Some rappers have claimed that they’ve been into the music for a long time, and others say they’re hip-hop heads. But if you’re looking for Rap and Hip-Hop music’s connection, the most popular figure in the industry was Tupac Shakur.
He was regarded as a Hip-Hop symbol, and many artists have paid tribute to him through their music.
Although it has been years since his passing, his influence and impact can still be felt in many artists’ music, including The Game, Kanye West, and Rick Ross. Many rappers have expressed that they consider him a “God of Rap,” so his name has been associated with the genre.
Many people, including myself, still prefer Tupac’s music over all other Hip-Hop artists. Not only is it because of his success and appeal as an artist, but also because of his value of human life.
He believed in standing up for people who could not stand up for themselves.
Even though it is not always cool, I am not afraid to say that I listen to rap music. This is because I have had friends come up to me in public and ask me what it is that I listen to, and I tell them that I listen to rap music.
I would be offended if they came up to me and told me they only listened to country music. Rap music does not necessarily make you more violent, but it does make you angrier.
What if your favorite rapper is Eminem? That means you listen to him every day.
Your whole life changes. When you listen to Eminem every day, you have to listen to his album “The Marshall Mathers LP 2.”
In this album, you listen to his awful songs such as “2pac Does Jesus,” “Stan,” “Without Me,” and so many others. I can not imagine living that way, and I would not want anyone to go through that.
I want my favorite rapper to make me feel better, not make me want to shoot someone.
Rapper Logic, one of the most popular rappers right now, has changed his music as of late. He told Rolling Stone, “To me, it’s really about breaking the stigma.
So many people have heard me say I’m from Oakland. They know that.
But there are so many things that I don’t say. There are so many layers to me, but if I don’t say them, that is just me being a coward.
That is me being scared.” He understands that being an angry rapper will not always be cool.
I am not saying that he is wrong in feeling the way he does. He is letting people know that there is more to him than he is letting on.
He is unique, and his songs are catchy, but they do not represent his whole self.
Rap music is a lot of what makes the world go round. It has brought people together as far as the United States and even parts of Africa.
It has brought out many different genres and has changed music as a whole. This is just my opinion.
Hopefully, I have raised some more awareness on this and have let you guys know that rap music does not have to be so hateful. It can be the biggest genre in music.
It’s just music.