It’s hard to pinpoint exactly how much of a hit pop song can be made from a rap verse.
But a couple of years ago, we saw the rise of artists like Riz Ahmed, who wrote a rap song about a guy who was in prison, and rapper-turned-actor-producer Drake.
It’s been a while since the likes of Wiz Khalifa and Big Sean have been able to claim their own rap song, but the idea of rappers being able to write rap songs is nothing new.
In the 1980s, there was the “I’m in Love With the One I Love” video by the Beastie Boys, who recorded the song in their hotel room in a dream sequence, where the stars of the band, Paul Simon and John Travolta, sing a love song about each other.
In 2014, a rapper called “Boom Boom” made headlines by announcing that he was in talks to write a rap album, but was instead sent a message by the studio, which offered him $10 million for the rights to his song.
It was then that the idea for a rap-written song began to take shape.
“I wrote the song for myself, so I wasn’t trying to get it recorded,” the singer told Billboard.
“And I didn’t want it to be a bad song.
I wanted to write it with my own voice.”
A rap verse can be a powerful piece of art, and it’s hard not to like the prospect of someone who’s been in prison writing a song that is more meaningful to them.
And the fact that a rapper can write a verse is also something that’s helped to make rap so much more popular in Australia than in the US.
“Rappers are not as common in Australia as in the States, where they’ve been in the forefront for quite a while,” Hip Hop Australia executive director, David Farr, told news.com: “It’s just a matter of time before we start seeing rappers writing their own music.”
It seems that the rise in popularity of rap in Australia over the past few years has also led to a rise in rap artists’ ability to write their own lyrics, which has led to the likes on this list making rap-inspired songs that are very much worth listening to. 1.
“Bust the Walls” by Travi$ Scott and K.C. (from The Last Day of the Tour) Traviolans last album The Last Days of The Tour was the album that got Travion to make his debut as a rapper.
The song, which he wrote and recorded at his home studio, has gone on to become one of the most well-loved songs on his album, as well as being one of his most popular.
“Disco Bitch” by Diddy feat.
Diddy (from Lil Wayne’s Rap Album) The track that launched Lil Wayne into a long career is arguably his most controversial and, well, dope verse.
The track, which features Drake and his verse partner DJ Premier, is also one of many songs that Lil Wayne has written in the past.
It is also his most well known, which is probably a bit of a shame because it’s a really strong track.
“Tupac and the Hustlas” by Kendrick Lamar (from To Pimp a Butterfly) It was the last rap song that Kendrick Lamar released as an artist before he went solo, so he had plenty of time to write about Tupac Shakur and his rise to fame.
The lyrics of this song were released as part of To Pimper a Butterfly, which was released in 2014 and also became a major hit.
The rap version of the song is also well known as one of Kanye West’s favourite raps, so it was definitely worth checking out if you’re a fan of the rapper.
“Gangsta’s Paradise” by Nicki Minaj feat.
Young Thug & Future (from Nicki’s Rap) It may have taken the world by storm when Nicki was crowned the Queen of Rap, but she never wrote a single song about her time in prison.
However, it was her verse that launched the careers of her two fellow rapper contemporaries, Lil Wayne and Future, and is the song that became a massive hit in the United States.
“Pimp a Boo” by Kanye West feat.
Future (From Kanye’s Rap Book) Kanye West was one of those rappers that you’d expect to write some sort of rap song.
He’s also one who’s a very prolific lyricist, which helped him to write more than a few of his hits.
He even made a song out of a few songs that were originally written by him.
But he’s also a prolific songwriter and one who can write some really powerful rhymes.
“Love Shack” by Drake feat.
Travis Scott (from Drake’s World