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Where do yall think music is headed?

Started by Charlton01, Jan 10, 2017, in Music

  1. With this new generation of mumble rappers I wonder where hip hop specifically is headed, part of me knows lil yatchy and uzi verts and the like won't really last long but also part of me knows that even if they fade, that style and standard of music might not?

    Like I'm all for being open minded when listening to music, but it really really seems like little to no effort is put into a mumble-rappers tape/project, or maybe i dont know enough to hear the good shit, but damn, like I don't know of a single person that really fucks with that whole movement, yet they seem to be blowing up bigger than ever. Who goes to a yatchy/vert concert? i'm really curious to know their demographics and why they poppin so much.

    And im not even hating on em, i'm legitimately trying to understand what about them and their music works.

    Whats your take on the status quo? If you're a fan of the above mentioned or mumble rap in general i'd love to hear your thoughts.
     
    #1 Charlton01, Jan 10, 2017
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  2. Mow The Red Panda
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    wtf makes u think that
     
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    Jan 10, 2017 belter skelter

    lo fi house is really popping right now, just more and more 80s rehashing in the pop world and migos run rap music
     
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    There's always going to be the "new generation" of rappers and there's always going to be the traditional rappers. I think the one main reason these "newer" generation rappers blow up is because of exactly that - they're new. They're different. The traditional rap is always gonna be there. It's not going anywhere. There's always gonna be a Vinnie Paz or an Immortal Technique killin the underground etc. These newer guys are rapping on new production and doing different shit covering different topics and appealing to different demographics.

    You could argue it's one of the best things for hip hop's growth. Like I said the traditionalist rappers will always be around. These new generation rappers are reaching different areas and allowing the genre to grow. Plus people want new shit, they want fresh shit. This isn't the same old style again.

    I'm not as big a fan of the new guys as many others here but that's my observation.
     
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    Jan 10, 2017 belter skelter

    whatever more life sounds like
     
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    This is the point where I stopped reading
     
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  7. good for you. why?
     
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  8. Winter
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    Jan 10, 2017 Super Comfy

    Mumble rap isn't a thing, don't fall for the meme
     
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  9. no, it's definitely a thing lol^
     
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    No, it definitely isn't, it's just not understanding ATL slang. You don't get to blame the artist for your ignorance
     
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  12. Incorporating old or undiscovered sounds into these digestible genres like pop/r&b/hip-hop/rap. Hip-Hop/Rap would still be dominating/influencing everything tho
     
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    Jan 10, 2017 belter skelter

    u sound like you're explaining rape culture or something btu u rigt
     
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    More bass distortion noisey production
    Different applications of reverb and autotune
    Weirder deliveries and focus on ad libs
    More projects in less time
    More underground artists getting mainstream appeal
     
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    Bro f--k off
     
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    :finalfuqu:
     
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    Dickhead
     
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  20. an understanding or lack thereof of a certain type of slang doesn't make it sound less mumbly lmfao
     
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