Rap is a music genre, a musical style wherein rhyming and/or rhythmic speech is used and typically delivered with the accompaniment of a beat. It is part of the broader culture of hip-hop. There are three major elements of rap – content, flow, and delivery. Content would refer to the words, phrases and sentences being verbalized or said. The element of flow is how the content rhymes and given rhythm. Delivery is the speed and the tone of the content to be delivered.
The Rap Game Season 6 – What Is The Rap Game
Since its origination, it has evolved, infiltrated other music genres and brought into being new rap subgenres, like rapmetal, mumble rap, rap rock, jazz rap, country rap, and many more. Today, rap has become one of the most popular music genre in the United States, that movies and TV shows featuring rap and rappers were and are created. One of this is The Rap Game where viewers are waiting for the premier of The Rap Game Season 6.
The American reality TV series that premiered on January 1, 2016 is coproduced by American actress, singer-songwriter, rapper, and producer Queen Latifah together with American rapper, songwriter, record producer, record executive, and DJ Jermaine Dupri. Every season, the reality series features young promising hip-hop and rap hopefuls. Throughout the season, they are trained by renowned artists in the music industry to enrich and heighten their talents, understand and experience what hip-hop is in its truest form and sense, go through various challenges as well as compete against each other. The victor for every season is given a recording contract under So So Def Recordings that is owned by Dupri.
The Rap Game currently has 5 seasons which means 5 young hiphop/rap artists had been named – Miss Mulatto (S1), Mani (S2), Nova (S3), Street Bud (S4) and Tyeler Reign (S5). Who will be competing on the next season and who will win the contract? Viewers will however have to wait as there isn’t any word regarding the release date of The Rap Game Season 6.
The Beginning Of Hip-Hop and Rap
Rap is unique and to be a rapper means you should know and be able to comprehend how to create content that not only rhymes (though some rap songs don’t rhyme), but also complement the beat and syllabically come together. Moreover, besides musical ability and talent, rappers frequently have the skills in performance and self-promotion.
As a genre, rap started in New York at block parties in the early 70s, when DJs (disc jockeys) began separating the percussion breaks of soul, funk, as well as disco music and lengthening them. MCs (master of ceremonies) who were tasked to introduce the DJs and maintain the energy of the crowd would speak between songs, jest and mostly interact with the audience.
Over time, speaking and rhyming over while being in sync with the music became a common thing for MCs, who were soon known as rappers. Rap music, which was at first dismissed as a short-lived fad, demonstrated its commercial viability with the release of “Rapper’s Delight” by The Sugarhill Gang’s in 1979 and again proved itself with the release of the “The Breaks” by Kurtis Blow in 1980. The latter was a Top 5 hit that ultimately went gold.