by Chris Woodstra
About the book: Contains brief reviews of over five hundred old school rap and hip-hop albums, as well as albums from the 1960s and 70s that provided inspiration for the development of rap; arranged alphabetically, some with cover art.
by Gio Williams
About the book: A Proven, Step-By-Step System To Mastering Your Writing Rhymes,Free Style and Song writing Game Finally Revealed.. The Amazing insider Secret of the Best Ghost Writers in the Rap and R&B Game Dear Lyrist & Songwriter Welcome to the first"OLD SCHOOL HIP HOP & RAP RHYMING DICTIONARY" In this volume, we will provide you with a very brief introduction to the history of Rap and Hip Hop. This "OLD SCHOOL HIP HOP & RAP RHYMING DICTIONARY" will provide the reader with the knowledge of different types of rhymes and illustrate the practice of these rhymes with examples from a variety of different artists. In the final chapters of this book, a multitude of common phrases will provide the reader with rhymes that go far beyond the basic end rhyme. Today only, get this Amazon bestseller for just $9.99. Regularly priced at $14.99. Read on your PC, Mac, smart phone, tablet or Kindle device. Here Is A Preview Of What You'll Learn... The objective of this dictionary is to provide writers with a perspective different from most rhyming dictionaries. Too often rhyming dictionaries provide very simple, monosyllabic rhymes that neglect to expand the mind and leave many works at the beginner-stage. Furthermore, an additional dictionary offers Homonym rhymes, which will be explained later in this book. Continue reading and take yourself to the next level. Check out Sample Excerpts from The Extensive Hip Hop Rhyming Dictionary below 123 50-50 Busy Busy, Hit the city, In a jiffy, It's a mystery, It's at fifth street, Missed me-Missed me, Pretty nifty, This is history, This is nifty, This is shifty A Asthma attack After the fact, Ask for it back, Blast to the past, Cats in the bag, Drafted the fastest, Half of a track, Pass in the back, Platinum plaque, Tackle the track, That is a fact, That's in the bag B Back to the basics Ask them to make it, Dabble and taste it, Gasp in amazement, Last in the races, Laugh in the faces, Tackled and aced it, Tackle the cases, That isn't wasted, Track it and trace it C Change the flow Ace the show, Bass is low, Case is closed, Fake the O, Hate to go, Made to go, Make it grow, Make it snow, Take it slow D Drum and bass Come and play, Flushed away, Hunger days, Months and days, Other ways, Some will say, Summer craze, Sun and rays, Tons of ways, Thunder plays, Thunder rains, Underage E East to west Be the guest, Clean the mess, Deeper breath, Eat the rest, Feeling blessed, Meet the rest, Piece of flesh, See the rest, Teach the best, We the best Download Your Copy Today Take action today and download this book for a limited time discount of only $9.99! Hit the Buy Now Button!! This is the Best "OLD SCHOOL HIP HOP & RAP RHYMING DICTIONARY" On the Net!!!!
by Paul Edwards
About the book: A first of its kind collection, How to Rap is an insightful and intelligent breakdown of the elements of rap for anyone wanting to learn the art form or understand the principles behind it. Author Paul Edwards examines the dynamics of hip hop from every region and in every form - mainstream, underground, current and classic - looking in particular at content, flow, writing and delivery. Edwards provides unparalleled access to the most acclaimed names in rap and their methods of working, with a foreword by Kool G Rap and interviews with over 100 artists, including Public Enemy, Mobb Deep, Schoolly D, Nelly, will.i.am, Arrested Development, A Tribe Called Quest, and Rah Digga. This one and only comprehensive examination of the MC art form is pure gold for the hip hop lover.
by Mickey Hess
About the book: From Run DMC to Eminem, this encyclopedia uncoves the histories of important artists both inside and outside the hip-hop mainstream, all while examining the varied and ever-changing forms of the music.