anonymous
  • anonymous
Is rapping all about making your words rhyme or making the flow ( beat ) sound good w/ your lyrics ?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Well it all depends on you personal writing style. sometimes in eminems songs he barely rhymes but the flow is so nice that nobody notices. It all about the passion.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Yeah pretty much waht she said and sometimes you can have the same thing in the same song. Depending on the song and who is writing it.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Well you have to have like some sort of flow in order for it to sound good but its not all about the beat or making it rhyme. its in what you have to say. like that song love sosa by chief kief has the worst put together lyrics but the beats catchy so it sounds good. i think rap should go deeper and express but thats just my opinion.

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anonymous
  • anonymous
It can be both They don't necessarily have to rhyme or be on beat, it just depends on your style of rapping.

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