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As I just mentioned, a big part of becoming a musician is not just leading with your heart, but studying the craft of musicianship. Some people go to college for years and while that can certainly be an enjoyable route to go, it’s not one I’ll delve into right now. Instead, let me encourage everyone reading who’s looking to write a rap song to begin studying all on their own, in.
Rap lyrics typically rhyme in a variety of ways. They often have a bounce and noticeable flow to them. They typically have a message they’re trying to get out. Even though it’s likely the rappers you admire have spent years learning their craft, there are some suggestions beginners can follow to write good rap lyrics.
Janet: If I wanted to write a song about the school holidays, I might be inclined to say school's out and I'm free. Janet: But that's kind of boring, so let's add a metaphor.
If you’re looking for ideas for a rap song or any other genre, plan your song lyric theme using the chart below. Pick a subject. Set the time. Decide whether when you write a song it will be written about someone else or will the singer be talking about themselves? Decide the emotion you want to portray.
The best way to rap about your life is to be authentic. People tend to see right through fake stories and music. So that being said, I did some research about how to write a rap song about your life in the best way possible and came up with these 7 techniques that will help shape your raps.
So you want to flow like Jay-Z? Here are some great videos that will teach you how to write a great rap song. Part 1 of 22 - How to Write a rap song.
At this point you either have a short song with two verses, or you can teach the students what a chorus is (a part of the song that repeats itself) and choose one of the verses to be a chorus. Alter the melody and chord pattern for the chorus and then sing it before and after the verse.