The next generation of rap stars is coming to town.
A year ago, it was Nicki Minaj, T.I., and Young Thug.
Then came Jay Z, Big Sean, and Drake.
But this year, it seems like everyone’s going to have a rapper in their corner.
As the years pass, the competition to be the next big thing is intense.
Read on to find out how to write a rap song.
What’s your greatest asset?
You know, your ability to rhyme.
I’ve always been able to do that, but I feel like I’m starting to get better at it.
That’s something that I’ve been working on. 2.
How much do you listen to rap music?
I listen to a lot of rap music.
I listen like, five to six hours a day, sometimes more.
What do you think about the hip hop world?
It’s still young.
People like Drake, Lil Wayne, and others are coming out, but there’s still a lot to learn about what’s going on.
I think that people will just keep learning from each other and grow as people.
What are your favorite rappers?
The most popular rappers right now are Kendrick Lamar, Lil Uzi Vert, Kanye West, and Big Sean.
They’re all talented.
But they all have their own unique voices.
What is the one song that you’d like to hear the most?
I’d like Lil Uzzi Vert to be on every song, every time, because he’s so unique and has so much potential.
Do you listen on your phone?
Yeah, I usually listen to music on my phone, like listening to Drake, Biggie, or Lil Wayne.
What would you change about your life if you could?
I think I’d probably just be a little bit more humble and more honest with myself and my life.
I don’t think I would have as much freedom and confidence as I have now.
What other rap artists do you respect?
I like Lil Wayne and Jay Z a lot, but when I hear Lil Uzzys music, I think of my mom and my dad.
Do your favorite people in rap have anything in common?
My favorite people to listen to are my mom, my dad, and my friends.
My mom’s music is very hip-hop, my father’s music sounds like he would be a great rapper, and I listen very much to Drake.
What advice would you give your young rap star?
Stay humble, work hard, and keep on growing.
What did you learn from the rappers you admire?
That the most important thing is to be humble.
Keep on growing and learn from your mistakes.
Do rap stars who are younger than you look to you for advice?
My advice to my younger brother, who is in the industry right now, is just be yourself.
Don’t do anything you’re not good at, and you’ll be good.
What was your favorite rap song of the year?
I really like the track that I wrote called “The Biggest” because I thought it was very powerful.
It was the first time I really listened to a song that was really on point.
I was like, “Wow, this is so good.
This is what I need to be doing.”
I’m very happy to be a part of the industry and being a part in that.
What has been your biggest accomplishment as a rapper?
I was one of the first rappers that was able to get the attention of Lil Wayne because I was able at that time to do my own radio show, because of Drake, and because of Kendrick Lamar.
That helped a lot for me. 15.
Who is your favorite rapper to listen, and why?
My first favorite rapper is Kendrick Lamar because he has that energy, that energy that I’m able to be in the studio with him.
He’s always talking about his music and the things he wants to do, and it’s just something I love to do.
He makes it sound so easy and fun.
Who do you see yourself working with?
I don, because I feel that I want to be working with the people that I feel the most passionate about.
My favorite rappers to work with are Drake and Jay.
I feel more comfortable doing that now.
Do rappers you respect have any advice for aspiring rappers?
I feel, I feel confident in myself and I don-want to take risks, because the risks that I take are so important.
I would always be working from a place of confidence, so I would never take risks.
What should rappers be working on next?
I want rappers to take a more honest approach to music and be more confident with themselves and their music.
Make a statement with your music and show people what you do. 19.
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