What It Sound Like?
Get to talk about some of my favorite things and people. We're sticking to those standards tonight, however one of my new favorites is another blog. A concept that could be used to incorporate Hip Hop in public schools. A concept with actual data that could be used to determine the "Best Rapper."
Rap Seminar often words things that I have been thinking, I'm sure the same goes for other emcees. That's right, I rhyme, if your're that percent that only knows me for blogs. In fact, their rap-up on my verse was so well, I felt like a fan reading about someone else. Nuances were pointed out that I wasn't ware of myself.
They put me on to emcees I should be listening to or reminded about. If it's someone I know of, it brings a new appreciation for that artist. Usually when it comes to graphs, or university level literature, I'm not so enthused. Bredda Boom bap has figured out how to make all the technicals so interesting.
Another thing I used to tell people, music is lyrical, but it consists of math, as well. Seminar blueprints this theory from bar counts, rhythmatic syllables, or the Average Rhyme Per Bar. This is no overnight app reader, he is groomed in Hip Hop with decades of cassettes and CDs. Breaking down stream rappers could be done in his sleep.
The way rap is constructed of so many angles, options of speaking direct or poetic. From different regions and social classes, this craft could get confusing. Rap Seminar articulates all the dynamics in a way that is simple to grasp. I would have RS speak for me during an argument with my girl. Defend me in the court of law, haha you the picture.
It really lobbies for Hip Hop in front your corporate and blue collars to a point they have to respect it. Organically embraced by the community, also provides technical information on a collegiate level. I'm thankful for this void being filled, as well as being documented in their archives.
These rap-ups are fun, educational, plus it effectively spreads good music. I recommend it for readers and emcees. Thank you to the fans / family. May the Most High bless you continuously!