Famous Quotes About Freestyle Rap
Browse 27 famous quotes and sayings about Freestyle Rap.
Top Quotes About Freestyle Rap
1. "When you talk about rap you have to understand that rap is part of the Hip-Hop culture."
Author: Afrika Bambaataa
2. "A lot of rap songs don't usually have a lot of melody per se."
Author: Al Yankovic
3. "I don't want to rap about my car. How generic is that? Be creative."
Author: Andy Milonakis
4. "I don't even really like rap music."
Author: Angel Haze
5. "You have film actors doing TV, rap stars doing TV, with everyone kind of crossing the line."
Author: Anthony Michael Hall
6. "I remember rap music. We used to party and dance off of it. Today it's all about a whole different angle... Rappers are going against each other, and it's more of a bragging, boasting thing."
Author: Flavor Flav
7. "I love Lady Gaga and I love Katy Perry and R&B and rap music... I love big, American pop music."
Author: Florence Welch
8. "I felt like for what I needed, Bad Boy got me... they got me covered. Especially Puff, man. He's going to be the first billionaire rap entertainer. At the end of the day, they need me. Other artists-labels don't need me, but Bad Boy and Puff needs me. And I need them. It goes both ways."
Author: French Montana
9. "When I first got into the rap game, I had an early dream of unifying rappers."
Author: Ice T
10. "As far as rap goes, I grew up in Hollis, Queens, so early influences were people like Run DMC and LL Cool J."
Author: Ja Rule
11. "Racism is taught in the home. We agree on that? Well, it's very hard to teach racism to a teenager who's listening to rap music and who idolizes, say, Snoop Dogg. It's hard to say, 'That guy is less than you.' The kid is like, 'I like that guy, he's cool. How is he less than me?"
Author: Jay Z
12. "I'm fascinated by rap and by hip-hop. I think there's a lot of poetry in it. There's a lot of anger, a lot of social energy in it. And I think you'd better listen to it pretty carefully, 'cause it's important."
Author: John F. Kerry
13. "The justification for rap rock seems to be that if you take really bad rock and put really bad rap over it, the result is somehow good, provided the raps are barked by an overweight white guy with cropped hair and forearm tattoos."
Author: John Jeremiah Sullivan
14. "I never lost a freestyle race. Never. Not even in the YMCA."
Author: Johnny Weissmuller
15. "I think stuff on the radio is mostly good, but it's just not what I'm into. I'm not into rap metal."
Author: Jon Crosby
16. "I don't only like rap music. There's everything from R&B to crazy gangster rap, hip hop... everything! But it all blends together nicely. It's like a magical music rainbow."
17. "I was born in San Francisco. I was raised in Oakland, so I'm, like, super Bay Area born, and, you know, it's just really multicultural up there, and there's a lot of subcultures just from, like, anything, like from rockabilly to, like, crazy punk scenes to, you know, a huge rap scene, and there's just all kinds of things you can do out there."
18. "I don't rap like nobody, I don't try to sound like nobody."
Author: Mos Def
19. "Ravi, you big massive racist. Rap is the music of revolution. Rap is the reason we have rights."
Author: Nikesh Shukla
20. "I enjoy listening to contemporary rock on the college stations while I'm taking long walks, love gospel and soul music, am fascinated by hip-hop and rap as the new kind of urban 'beat' poetry and, come to think of it, find something interesting about just any kind of music."
Author: Oscar Hijuelos
21. "It's corny, but I think poems are echoes of the voices in your head and from your past. Your sisters, your father, your ancestors taking to you and through you. Some of it is primal, some of it is hallucinatory bullshit. That madness those boys rapping ain't nothing but urban folklore. They retelling stories passed down from chicken coop to apartment stoop to Ford coupe. Hear that rhyme, boy. Shit, I could get down and rap if I had to. MC Big Mama Osteoporosis in the house."
Author: Paul Beatty
22. "I know," I muttered as I wrapped a robe around myself. "I probably need to hit the gym more often or something, but honestly, if you're going to haunt me, we need to establish some boundaries." She threw up her hands and floated up higher, her face a mix of anger and anxiety. Something told me that whatever she was trying to say was more important than the ten pounds I could stand to lose.A sharp rap at my bedroom door made me jump, and even Elodie's head swung toward the noise. "Stay right here," I said pointing a finger at her. She resonded by flipping me off. Lovely."
Author: Rachel Hawkins
23. "I love my city and I feel like the majority of the people that are in the city are people from other cities. So I think that L.A. sometimes might get a bad rap because it's known to be so Hollywood-oriented and then underneath that you have crime. But that's really the case in pretty much any major city that you go to."
Author: Regina King
24. "When Ke$ha tries to rap like L'Trimm, she sounds like any ordinary lonely teenage girl stuck in a nowhere town, singing along to her radio and dreaming of a party where she's the star. Ke$ha's greatness is that in her voice, you can hear both the loser girl and the star. All hail the Queen of Noi$e!"
Author: Rob Sheffield
25. "Why shouldn't rap be esoteric, able to take in current events, history and criticism? I guess it's this old idea of containment - that rappers, because they're black, can't and shouldn't aspire to look outside the ghetto for influence."
Author: Saul Williams
26. "As far as anybody in the rap game ever tryin' to assassinate my character, that's impossible. You talkin' about a man who has always walked the walk and talked the talk."
Author: Suge Knight
27. "I cut a rap song once. It was a few years ago for my old show 'Buck Commander,' and it was a song called 'You're Short.' It was about my camera guy. We shot the video in Las Vegas, 'Ocean's Eleven' style!"
Author: Willie Robertson
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