Want to avoid played out, corny lyrics, and filler bars?
Using real talk in rap is a super effective way to gain fans.
Think about it: people can relate to songs about struggles a lot more than they can relate to songs about being rich or having a million cars.
Also, songs stuffed with filler bars and cliches don’t help you get closer to your audience either: they’ll just remind the listeners of other rappers who have used those lines and lyrics.
I’m going to take you behind the scenes of one of my biggest strengths in rap: real talk lyricism.
My style first attracted fans when I began releasing music because I knew how to talk about real, hard shit in a way that made people sit up and listen.
So – I’m about to share the secrets of how I write real talk bars and how you can too.
Everyone is unique and has a different story to tell. What’s yours? It’s time to really use it in your music.
This Specialized Training Course Will Give You: