Rap singing

Rap singing

Rap singing    22:02 on Wednesday, March 01, 2017          

(1 point)
Posted by Musicislifeeee

Ok so I have a love for music that is very ambient sounding. I would like to create music of that style but I can't seem to get it to sound right. An artist that is a true inspiration to me is Jutes. If you got a minute listen to (Jutes - We Good) to get an exact understanding of the style I'm going for. The hook sounds very stereo and stacked. I'm not looking to win American Idol, haha, I just want that good quality sound. But other than that I'm lost, I'm relatively new to singing, I mean I've always sang for fun and stuff, but I wanted to start to take it seriously. I guess what I'm asking is, how do you sing very melodic, in key, and write cadences that are catchy? I know what I'm asking is much more than just a simple answer, it will take a lot of practice and I'm willing to do it, just want some tips that will point me in the right direction. Any help would be appreciated!

Re: Rap singing    10:42 on Tuesday, August 22, 2017          

(7 points)
Posted by GlamrockSam


That Jutes track is very well produced. If you just want to sing, practice singing then find a producer to make the music with.

If you don't have any music theory knowledge, or production experience, sounding like Jutes is going to be tough.

Learn how to sing r&b / mix vocals, and analyse how Jutes writes. Look for patterns of speech, melody and rhyme. Once you've studied Jutes, you'll have a few tricks up your sleeve

If you have any more questions regarding singing, just ask!


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