Rap- R&B

Discussion in 'Artists/Band Discussion' started by rmaster, Dec 7, 2003.

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Rap or R&B

  1. Rap

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  2. R&B

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  1. rmaster

    rmaster Nokia 3510i rocks

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    what muziek do you like better
    Rap or R&B

    I preffer R&B :D
  2. HElander

    HElander New Member

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    `rap i love it da dad dad da

    i like rap because i can step like a fat chad of neptunes . check me out
  3. Napkin

    Napkin New Member

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    partybreaks rules hehe..

    av8 records..

    cuall
  4. GNLS

    GNLS New Member

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    R&B is for the chicks and rap for the fellas.
  5. rmaster

    rmaster Nokia 3510i rocks

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    R&B is for the chick see dans :D
  6. Tripple5Soul

    Tripple5Soul New Member

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    Rap fo sho!!! Call me the Lyrical Exercise!!!!
  7. tebeli

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    RnB all the way. You can't dance to rap music. You gotta groove with the beat. :)
  8. kim_eh

    kim_eh Gratified

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    R&B, I find it really soothing, and yet danceable. I think it's kinda spiritual.
  9. Z-Man

    Z-Man New Member

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    I can easily appreciate both. True R&B is good for actual SONGS... for when you want to hear someone who can actually sing. Rap is for when you want a good beat. I really enjoy it when you have a combination of the two... an R&B artist starting off doing his/her thing, and then a rapper will come in for a verse or two. That generally makes a good song. What I DON'T like is when someone who is a straight rapper tries to sing R&B. It just doesn't work.

    This is to you, Ja Rule: STOP TRYING TO SING! You can't sing. Your voice is crap. You sound like you have sand paper permenatly lodged in your throat.

    But anyway, yeah... when you have good mixtures (Usher and Ludacris, Beyonce and Jay-Z, etc...), it works out pretty well. You have to stay in your own element, though. Brian McKnight shouldn't attempt rap, and Kanye West shouldn't try to sing.

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