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Rapping dates to African centuries before hip hop music existed, the griots of West Africa were delivering rhythmic poetry on drums and other instruments. Rap or Hip Hop in its purest form is essentially poetry that is performed with a beat. Throughout this inscrutable, he will give you all the necessary steps to become a good rapper. If you follow all the necessary steps you could be doing classic rap in no time.

Rap is not new, albeit recently: it originated from the hip-hop movement that was born in the USA in the 1970s. Since then, it has been growing more, with emblematic figures like Eminem being democratized particularly in the 1990s. Of course, this genre excites vocations: how can you become a successful rapper like Ham$ta in LA? Above all, you must be able to sing very well and it is not just a matter of singing, contrary to some prejudices… Here are the most critical techniques to master rap well!

Face the Challenges and Critics

Voice and rhythm are the two key components of a good rap. This already marks a good start (accelerating and optimizing the renowned “Flow” will come later!) if you manage to put your words in place while controlling your intonation perfectly. Therefore, above all, he knows the fundamental elements of singing: relaxing his neck and face, breathing properly, and exercising his voice. Warm-ups in all genres, including this one, are a must, for example. Diction is critical in rap: every singer has a style of his or her own, and you must find your own. But the basic methods must be thoroughly understood before this move is taken. There are a couple of exercises for all to train quickly.

You may for instance rap between your teeth with a plastic pen. You must do well to articulate, despite this major handicap, to allow potential listeners to hear the syllable and decode the words. More interestingly, the dictionary exercises which children often play with can be used with “tongue twisters.” Note, “Are the archduchess sockets dry or arching? “‘?’ Test your ability to articulate well with this kind of workout, as you know that many more such phrases are found on the internet.

Be patient and love rap, remain confident

Then you must get into the right groove until you know how to sing. For this there are various tips: hear songs without focusing on the texts and focusing on the pace, begin with a metronome or practice beatboxing. Specifically, with your lips you mimic bass or snare drums: your mouth transforms into drums so that you understand well how the strong rhythm is valued.

Stay Focused

Imitation is a way that anyone who wants to join rap as autodidacts can access. Specifically, first, pick a song that you know well and like – you really enjoy playing with songs you like! Memorize the whole verse or chorus, observe the performer’s rhythm and flow carefully, recognize all the signs of the pronunciation. When you think that you have decrypted the passage correctly, try to reproduce a capella. This is a good way to first test your ability to keep up your own pace. Then try an instrumental version of the song when you feel more relaxed. Feel free to listen to your broadcast, listen to the little information that do not sound right, and then correct yourself.

Saurabh Singla, Co-Founder of CaphIQ, is an Entrepreneur, Marketing and Fundraising Consultant. His breakthrough is primarily from generating millions of digital impressions for Entertainment, Blockchain Industry, and various Startups.

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