The Habits & Routines Of Lyrical Rappers (Kendrick, J Cole, Eminem)

The Habits & Routines Of Lyrical Rappers (Kendrick, J Cole, Eminem)

The Habits & Routines Of Lyrical Rappers Transcript

00:00:00 – 00:13:29

What up gang? In this video we are going to talk about the habits and routines of artists who are considered lyricists and also really what makes them lyricists. I’m someone who wholeheartedly believes that you should write and then rewrite the verse, it sounds lazy to not do that and make it as best it can for your fans, right?

00:14:00 – 00:26:16

The reason behind this thinking is that every time you rewrite a verse, you’re going to change a lyric for the better, right? If you change something, you to change to make it better. You’re going above and beyond to make your song better, which helps you stand out from other artists who don’t try, because you see somebody not try at all, it’s pretty evident right?

00:26:16 – 00:54:07

Rewriting allows you to see mistakes you originally made in your writing and rewriting songs allows you to hear back your original idea and give yourself a second opinion instead of settling and releasing a first draft. The longer you work on something, the better it gets, most of the time. It’s art, right? But every time you go back and rewrite, days or weeks later with a new approach from a whole different mindset, it could be massively beneficial, and all big artists do this.

00:54:08 – 01:12:15

I recently mentioned in an article that I wrote for I talked about how Royce da 5′ 9″ said when he was writing songs for Diddy, Diddy always made him rewrite verses tons of times, and Mase said the same thing. Okay. You may not know who Mase is, but if you do you’re really into hip hop and this is not the only person that is going to make rewrite, there’s a reason why Diddy’s Diddy, come on.

01:12:21 – 01:31:00

Right. You need to write and write and then rewrite until it’s perfect for the song. It’s art you want to see beautiful right? You want to be Picasso, or you want to be calbaso. Because you’re not always going to get it on your first try. But let’s talk about the other side of it. And there are those times where you do get it on your first try.

01:31:00 – 01:46:09

The melodies are great. The flow is great, the chorus is great, the energy is great, and it just comes together so perfectly. Now there’s something more natural in the creation of a song when you do not rewrite your verses like that, but how it happens. I have a lot of songs that I made and I made the whole song. The 45 Minutes Dip and Dash friggin Oh man, 25 minutes

01:46:09 – 02:06:12

Aint My Type dropped this is one of my favorite songs. That thing was made in less than an hour, including making the beat. Like sometimes is like that, but it’s not always. And also the reason I can write so fast and a lot of people were lyricists is we know how to write it right on the first try now because we’ve written rewritten so much, we’re rewriting as we’re writing because we know what’s right and wrong.

02:06:12 – 02:27:18

You learn and you’ll get to that point if you’re not already there. Okay, practice makes perfect. Oh God, Really quick. If you hit the scribe button for me, I really appreciate it. Growing this channel allows me to help more artists like you and me so that we can keep getting further, faster together. That’s it. Let’s get back to the video because realistically, what people want to hear from a song is a smooth flow that is in the right pocket, a great chorus and the right message for whatever they like.

02:27:19 – 02:48:08

And the thing is also that you have to go to get your message across and get these lyrics across while being able to squeeze them into the amount of syllables that you’re using for the flows. We get those witty bars in there. And typically that’s only going to happen if you rewrite, rewrite, rewrite. So that’s a habit and a routine that every lyrical rapper that you know, I’m talking about every lyrical rapper that you look up to, even rappers who you may think are lyrical, that aren’t even lyrical.

02:48:08 – 03:03:02

I bet you a lot of them rewrite their stuff and I want you to take that note, take that into account. All right. So this is talking about this. I want to give you a free cheat sheet on the fundamentals of rapping and other things that go alongside it. I’m gonna put a free download right below this video and this other top comment I just made. This is brand new super tips. It’s just really useful

03:03:02 – 03:14:22

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03:14:23 – 03:22:20

No pressure, right? I want you to get better. I want I want to help you as much as I can. I’m Rob level. This is Smart Rapper. Check those links below. And you know what time it is. Its time for a word of the day.

03:22:24 – 03:37:06

Hi, my name is Carolani. Today’s word is Nocturne. A short composition of romantic or dreamy character suggestive of night, typically for piano. Here’s the word used in a sentence. Rob had the unfinished nocturne in Portrait in his studio.

03:37:22 – 03:50:05

All right, There you have it. You learn a new word that you can put into your songs. Okay. Make sure you subscribe. You can learn these new words and make sure you get that download alright. Its gonna be the top comment and in the description hope this video helps you. And yeah, well, let’s see in the next video.

03:50:05 – 04:04:26

Tons of new stuff releasing. I’m Rob level. This is Smart Rapper. Keep hustling gang. That sounded weird. Keep hustling gang and I’ll see you at the top.

Keep hustling, and I’ll see you at the top!

-Rob Level

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