If you are reading this article you probably are looking for solid information on learning how to freestyle rap. Believe it or not there is a high demand for quality information on this very popular subject. One question that many people have and maybe you might have is, can one really learn how to freestyle rap? Well if you were one of those people that had this question I am here to give you the answer, and the answer is yes you can!

Yes it does seem like the ability to do this is something that you must be born with. The truth of the matter is that this very expressive art form can be learned and learned rather quickly. There are a few things that you should know before you start your quest of mastering this art.

The first thing that you should know is that this is a real art form and should be treated as such. I know in many cases freestyle rapping is taken lightly and done in a very playful and non serious setting, but in many cases it is very serious where pride, ego, career and even money may be at stake. The point is, take learning this craft serious and respect it. Doing this will make you a better performer. I say this because when you listen to some one freestyle rapping you can tell whether or not they take the art seriously or not.

Another key thing that you should know is that this doesn’t mean that everything is off the top of the head. Pre-written rhymes play a role when it comes to freestyling. What makes a great freestyle artist is the ability to incorporate pre-written and off the top of the head rhymes making them seamlessly flow together. Once you can master this technique you are well on your way to becoming one of the elite.

Despite what some may think, learning this art form can take you places. It is a great way for up and coming artist to showcase their skills and get some notoriety. There are also still many competitions held every years for those that feel that they are the best at what they do. If you want to learn how to freestyle rap you can. All you really need is the desire and the proper guidance.

Source by Marcus Kindle