So many of my favorite 80s rap songs revolve around fashion and style. They can be an outlet to express yourself, get out of your everyday routine, and connect to others. This article has something for everyone, thanks for stopping by.
I’m a huge fan of 80s rap music. I’ve listened to a lot of it, and I love it when things turn hip hop music into something that’s more than just music. So imagine my surprise when I found out that the music that has been at the forefront of a lot of the rap music scene is actually quite similar to current fashion trends.
In the 80s, rappers had a lot of fun with clothing. The style of the 1980s was all about hot pants and t-shirts with the hood up. This led to the emergence of several subcultures. One of these was the “punks” that were basically hippies who wore colorful shirts and didn’t care about the hip hop scene. They were sort of the anti-gangster hip hop genre. Another subculture was the “mumblecore” rappers.
Mumblecore rappers were a subculture of rap that was created by hardcore rap musicians who wanted to emulate the fashion styles of 80s hip hop. They wore ripped shirts, ripped jeans, and their music was usually made in a basement with a couple of mic’s.
I don’t think most mumblecore rappers were actually hardcore rap musicians. The majority of them were just dudes who came up with their own slang. The mumblecore rappers that I know who are hardcore rappers are, at some point, punk rappers as well.
Mumblecore rappers and hardcore rappers are synonymous. There are a lot of hardcore rappers who are mumblecore rappers, it’s just that they don’t realize that they are hardcore rappers. These rappers are so bad at rap that they don’t even know what hardcore rappers are.
It’s true that many mumblecore rappers are hardcore rappers in the sense that they are really bad at rap. But that’s not the case with most hardcore rappers. The main difference is that hardcore rappers are really bad at the things that hardcore rappers are good at. Hardcore rappers are bad at making noise, they are bad at rapping, they are bad at making music that makes people want to listen to them. Hardcore rappers are bad at making music that people listen to and then making money.
In contrast, many hardcore rappers are good at all of these things. For example, the rapper known as Jazzy Jeff may have been the best rapper in the 80s, but his main weakness is that he is just a boring rapper. As long as Jazzy Jeff doesn’t try to make you want to listen to his music, you’ll always have a good time.
It’s difficult to say who the best rapper of the 80s is. I like the way 80s rap is so damn easy to listen to. It’s like listening to a song you already know. I also love the way some hip hop videos seem to be designed to be so easy to watch. There is an appeal to the ease of watching someone perform a certain move or style of dancing that the 80s rappers dont seem to get.