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We all want to be better than everyone we know. It could range from cooking, drawing, writing, dancing, etc. Practice, of course!
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Then you may consider first practicing his style of memorization to help speed up your ability to memorize rap lyrics. Nas has discussed with VH1 the unique way in which his own audience played a role in his memorization process when remembering his lyrics:. I started writing more and more and the paragraph turned to two paragraphs. And the next thing you know it was probably about 18 bars of lyrics you know… I was able to memorize. I had rhymes that were just easy and then I had rhymes that were more complex. So, I would start off with something easy around people, so, to see what they thought. So, I set it up like that. Nas first started with a small amount of lyrics to master and then increased his ability to memorize with time. Much like you would start with lighter weight in the gym and then increase with time as your strength builds, Nas increased the strength of his memory over time. Challenging yourself to write more and more raps will not only increase your skill, but it will inspire you to want to memorize longer strings of lyrics as your abilities increase.
Who doesn't love rapping along to their favorite hip-hop songs? Here at MTV News, it's one of our favorite things to do. For the most part, we're pretty spot on, hitting each word with the precision of Eminem. Still, there are those rare exceptions when we're just at a loss. Yeah, sometimes it's just impossible to keep up to Tech N9ne's machine gun flow, or Young Thug's yips and yelps. We can admit when we're beat, so here are 19 songs that are impossible for us to rap word for word without the help of Genius. Before Jay dropped his classic Reasonable Doubt , he was rapping lots and lots of words with his mentor Jaz-O. Usually the Roots' Black Thought has a whole lot to say, but on this concept track Thought mumbles into the mic on purpose.