Just by practicing a whole lot! Been listening to rap music on and off since I was the age of 14, and it just came from a lot of practice
Not very! I managed to grasp how to control my breathing through it, which helped a lot
I have uploaded it!
First off, thank you! As for the other part, I'm definitely planning on making a video explaining it soon!
I don't understand? I tried translating and got 'Exchange of huskies?'
The best advice I can give, is just to keep practising it at normal speed until you can completely nail it, then, eventually start trying to push yourself and gradually increase the speed until you get to where you want to be! Trying to jump straight in to a very fast speed can be pretty frustrating, so just take your time and you'll get there!
I'm currently swarmed with college work and I'm about to start a job, but as soon as I have some free time, I will!
That really means a lot, but I don't think I have what it would take to win!
Thank you for the link! I'm working on what I'm gonna do for my next video, which will hopefully be really soon!
Thanks for the link, that's dope
All it takes is a lot of practice! Once you get the song perfected at normal speed (or even a slower speed) then you have a feel for how the song and the syllables flow, and from there you can start working on the speed and work on the delivery of the flow at a faster pace! Hope this helps!
My best advice would just be to listen to the song over and over, that's what I done! That way you can pick up the pronunciation of words as well as the flow of the song! I hope this helps!
I can really listen to anything! My all time favourite bands are (in no order); Attila, A Day To Remember, and Emmure. The best song I've ever heard can completely change depending on my mood! I really like the lyrical work through all of the Marshall Mathers LP 2, but I also like letting loose to all of the other bands I listed because their lyrics are just for fun!
Thank you, that really does mean a lot!
Hey Sam, thanks for the question! I had been listening to Rap God from the day it was first released. I just spent as long as I could learning it at normal speed, and one day I tried it 20% faster and felt comfortable with it, so I tried it 50% faster and ended up recording it for fun!
I'd say I can do about 85-90% (only parts in English)
No way! Wanna know who this is! xxx