Monday, October 5, 2015

Rockin robin... Blah blah blah

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Wednesday, July 29, 2015

The present gift (Oryn the rebel)

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Thursday, December 18, 2014

Parts of a book called "How to rap" @

Today’s MCs, they do it with a little more ease—it’s not as
complicated as it was when we did it. When I think of, like,
Rakim, KRS-One, LL Cool J, Ice Cube . . . you threw a lot more
into the rhythm. Today people rap a little more looser, a little
more easy, [but that’s] not to say that it’s wack or anything.

Thursday, November 20, 2014

Parts of a book called "How to rap" @

Zumbi, Zion I
I probably rap fast more freestyling than writing. You kinda
learn how words fit together and how the phrasing goes and
that certain words [are] harder to fit in the quick flow like
that, or certain syllables, the way they knock together is more
difficult to put them together. So I think freestyle has taught
me certain flows that I can use in that quick pattern.
Making a lot of syllables fit into a fast rap often requires some
editing. It’s also important to know which words fit together
smoothly with other words.

Wednesday, November 19, 2014

Parts of a book called "How to rap" @

Shock G, Digital Underground
Many of the classics we enjoy today are a result of this rare
combination. I say “rare” because of the millions of rappers
out there today, the majority of us usually have one strength
or the other—[flow] or content. The true greats always possess,
and are aware of, both.
There is no one “correct” way of putting together content and
flow. Different rappers rely on a wide range of different techniques,
and looking through all these methods will help you to experiment
and find the process that works best for you. Developing
and practicing your own writing techniques are key to becoming
a better MC.

Parts of a book called "How to rap"

2Mex, The Visionaries
I wanted to do a style that was fast and exciting yet completely
coherent. I started realizing that it all depends on what words
you put together and how you put them together—like a runon
sentence that sounded very smooth. Sometimes I rap so
fast that there’ll be one syllable too many, and then I have to
figure out where the fuck do I edit the syllable from. . . . And
then you take a syllable off, maybe you took one or two out,
and now you’re one short and then you gotta add one—it’s
just a word game.