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So I have listened to both song about 5 times each and tried to represent the beat anf the motif on a sheet in order to analyze it better.
So a problem I see on both of them, and this is with many, many rap song, which is a lack of variation. Music is about a motif and making it sound over and over, but it makes any tune more interesting if you make the motif vary from maybe a descending motion to an ascending one, making it more powerful and loud. This variation MUST use the original motif because usually the song is about 3-5 min.
Also is the "order" factor; putting a beat and an electronic melody must come in order and not create this chaos because for normal people it is ookay, but for trained ears it is a pain and a nightmare.
The lyrics of any rap song must take advantage of the ascending and the descending motion of the vocal words and make sense at the same time, this is the very challenge of lyrics.
Now inventing words, shortening the phonetics and improvising sentences is very common in rap music, but if you where to do this, at least have a basic structure you inconsiously follow so it harmonizes with the beat, the bass and the melody.