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Thread: More "rapping" in country music today.

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    not a fan of country music.
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    I love all types of music and I think that it great that we have country music with rap or even blues in it. I love to hear Tim Mcgraw when he song with aretha franklin and other artist it great to me. Both relaxes my mind country and blues.

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    I think that this is a really great development. Country is the biggest genre in the United States at the moment. If rappers would be able to fuse the two and create some sort of nice sound to it, then I think that they might have the potential to increase their reach an audience and really build the music industry even further. I think it's also really creative because country on its own is a very interesting genre to listen to. Rap also at the same time is very creative and it's his own powerful genre. A combination of these two would be revolutionary and I can't wait for the day when days a single at number one which features both these genres.

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    Paul Wall, Yelawolf, Riff Raff, and Bubba Sparks are country rappers.. lol.. but they're from the actual country.. lol.. as from country rappers, Nelly kind of fits the bill.. lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by darlynda09 View Post
    Paul Wall, Yelawolf, Riff Raff, and Bubba Sparks are country rappers.. lol.. but they're from the actual country.. lol.. as from country rappers, Nelly kind of fits the bill.. lol
    I dont see what people see in yelawolf lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by jasonking View Post
    Wait, people rap in country music songs?
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CbxuXq_981s

    This song KIND OF has a little bit of a hip-hop tinge in the verses, especially the second verse. I actually like this song, and it's not the best example of hip-hop elements existing in country. There are tons of better examples, and I'm not just talking about actual rappers being in a song with a country singer.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=crCqWK3SmRo

    This song might be a better example.

    "Might sit down on my diamond plate tailgate,
    Put in my country ride hip-hop mixtape,
    A little Conway and a little T-Pain,
    Might just make it rain."

    I actually love Luke Bryan, and I don't hate this song.

    But there are tons of other country artists that are doing it wrong.

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    Guys, I think I confused myself. Maybe I do like the hip-hop elements in country. 0_o

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    I know exactly what youre talking about!!
    I've been hearing a lot of these country/rap/hip hop songs especially after that Nelly/Tim McGraw song "Over & Over" came out which by the way I hated. LOL Everytime I hear these songs, I cringe because I can't take the cheesiness, it makes me super uncomfortable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BeBeDoLL View Post
    I know exactly what youre talking about!!
    I've been hearing a lot of these country/rap/hip hop songs especially after that Nelly/Tim McGraw song "Over & Over" came out which by the way I hated. LOL Everytime I hear these songs, I cringe because I can't take the cheesiness, it makes me super uncomfortable.
    I know haha

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    I agree with you on that about Taylor Swift or they are always writing about how their dog died and their woman left them. It is just so stupid. Country is alright though, plus Taylor Swift is hot. Can't complain about it too much.

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    I hate it too when country songs try to put rap into it. It sound really forced and commercial to me. The biggest reason I like country is the genuine vibe of it, and their ability to sing really well. You can basically throw that in the brush pile when you try to add rap to it. The two genres weren't really meant to be together anyways.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Whitewolf2578 View Post
    I agree with you on that about Taylor Swift or they are always writing about how their dog died and their woman left them. It is just so stupid. Country is alright though, plus Taylor Swift is hot. Can't complain about it too much.
    Taylor Swift might not have a brain. I've been trying to figure it out. She's not a country singer anymore, though. She's all pop.

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    I don't know what to say about country music, man...

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    Is it so different from having pop songs with a "rap" in the middle?

    I mean it'd be totally weird to hear a rap in the middle of an old-style country song but seeing as that genre's heading more towards a pop/rock sound it's not so strange to me really. Whether or not it's good is a whole different matter...

    Also, according to Wiki, the roots of country rap go back to Woody Guthrie (lol)

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    Country singers rapping might be a sign of new times are coming, who knows if it won't be a hit?
    Cashis music videos, check them out!

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