Steps to Becoming a Rapper
The steps required for becoming a rapper include focusing on writing raps, always showing your talent when asked to rap and believing in your abilities. Be prepared and confident when entertaining an audience as a rapper with advice from a hip-hop artist in this free video on rap music.
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The steps to becoming a Rapper. You've got to write, sit down, focus when you're writing. You know, networking and everything like that. Join a crowd, got to learn how to get out. Again, as going with networking, join a crowd. Telling people about yourself and never be scared, opening your mouth. You know, if somebody asks you to rap or do anything else. Show your talent, always do that. You'll never know, who you'd be standing in front of. That's something I learned, I tell you. You never know, how to do stuff in front of lot of big people. And I never told them, no. Never, the opportunity. You've got to do, what you've got to do. It's a wonderful thing, you know. The steps in becoming a Rapper, it takes a lot. You know, that's believing, that goes with believing in yourself. You have to definitely believe in yourself. You know, you getting up is just like a job. You're getting up in the morning, going to work. It's the same thing with becoming a Rapper. Believe in yourself and know, you go as far as you want to go. You've got to believe in yourself, before anybody else. Then you'll feel like it's just like a dog sensing fear. It's just like that with people. People do the same thing, you'd be the same way. You get on stage and if you're afraid, You show fear, the crowd feels that. The crowd feels that fear and that's when you put on a bad show. You've got to entertain. You've always got to be prepared. Preparation, you've always got to be prepared. You never know when you're going to come in front of someone. Asking you to rap or do anything to show your talent. So always have your tightest verses. Always have your coolest verses or whatever, ready. Always have them ready. You never know, you might be on a bus, anything. Out on the streets, anything. You've got to be ready for it. Keep them locked in your hair, remember that.