Rap music is an incredible form of expression and monetary American where students should be proud. Unfortunately, rap music is not accepted by many Americans as an art form, but as something bad that they want to disappear soon. One of the things that I would like to see happen in the world is that it shows that rap music is not a bad thing, it’s not something like a story, and it’s a musical form that has been in the United States and elsewhere more than 20 years.
What’s more, you can listen and know the history of all the rap comments of singers, professional narrators from West Africa, etc. But you should not discuss the issue or get bad because rap is not the same for everyone. Rap consists of several types of expression, style, fluids, etc. The content of rap refers to what is said; Fluency is like rhyme and rhythm. The expression is the tone and speed with which you talk while you are rapping.
Rap music is literally, indisputably, one of the most popular genres in the United States today. There are many new genres such as Mumble Rap, Rap metal and Rap core that are involved in almost all genres at least once or twice, as in observation, disco, jazz, reggaeton, etc. The gap between poetry and colloquial instruments was closed. Rap is unique in its class and style, and at the same time it is a very talented profession in many parts of the world. Rapping frequently includes speech or singing songs. One of the most popular style chairs. In addition, concerns such as sexual violence and social and political and often provocative content. Rap only became popular in the United States in the 1970s as a kind of street art, especially among African American teens. But it was only in 1979, when Sugarhill Bende released their breakthrough success, “Rapper’s Delight”, these record producers realized this emerging musical genre. Over the years, rap has become more than famous, there are many types of rap and many people who practice it, although not many like that kind of expression, music, or whatever you want to call it, rap it’s something that a lot of people use. Rap is a way of expressing oneself, of escape, relief, etc. Even if it is not so “good” or although not many people like it, in these times rap is being listened to a lot and many are getting involved in it, more than all the little children, the young ones. Many young people use rap as a way of fun, distraction, etc. As a way that any place can start inventing rhymes and get a rap to have a good time, actually in my thinking, is more people who use rap as a way of distraction and fun seriously, although there are many people who If they take it seriously as something they like, to express themselves, to sing, or whatever they want, I think it’s more of a distraction. This type of music has its advantages but also its disadvantages. It’s a good thing because as I said before, it’s a way of expressing oneself, a way in which many find a way to let off steam, but their bad side is that as they seek to express themselves and vent through rap, they use bad words, rudeness, and say things that should not be said, that’s one of the reasons why many people are against rap, because those who practice rap become rude. Rap is part of the broader hip-hop culture, this includes the spoken word, rhythm and graffiti, because these are also ways of expressing oneself. Rap has passed the test of time and still with its popularity, this genre is still in action with some artists today like 50 Cent, Ludacris and Jay-Z who are still successful after all. This rhythm of rap really continues. This form of expression is very important in several styles. Many who practice rap demand and deserve respect for what they do, who does not like everyone does not mean that those who do should be disrespected. Deserve respect for what they do, who does not like everyone does not mean that those who do should be disrespected. Rapping for many means talking or singing rhyming lyrics, most of the time with some rhythm. The rhyme that rappers invent for many is like some poetry style but much more sophisticated. Apart from all this, these types of rhymes, almost all the time, include provocative themes such as sex, violence and socio-political problems.References:Gianoulis, T. (2002). Rap and Hip-Hop. In S. Pendergast & T. Pendergast (Eds.), Bowling, Beatniks, and Bell-Bottoms: Pop Culture of 20th Century America (Vol. 5, pp. 1149-1150). Detroit, MI: UXL. Retrieved on Dec 1 from H. (2000). The Evolution of Rap Music in the United Estates. Retrieved on Dec 1 from:Yale-New Haven Teachers Institute E. (2018). Who started rap? A brief summary on the history of rap and Hip Hop. Retrieved on Dec 1 from: J. (2016). The Roots of Rap. Retrieved on Dec 1 from: C. L. (2006). Rap. In C. A. Palmer (Ed.), Encyclopedia of African-American Culture and History (2nd ed., Vol. 5, pp. 1883-1887). Detroit, MI: Macmillan Reference USA. Retrieved on Dec 1 from