Why does rap never seem to die?

It's been 30 years and it's still going strong. In fact, 4/5 times while out driving you will hear RAP music being played out of someone's car. Why is this garbage so popular?


Rap is not music. There is no melody. It's only rhythm and it's shitty 

Cheap to produce. Rock bands require multiple people skilled at an instrument. Drums, Guitars, Bass, and various other instruments. Same with country, jazz and other older forms of music from the mid 20th century. Rap and electronic music just require a vocalist screeching over a programmed electronic beat. The sudden boom of rap and electronic music is not coincidental, its all money based. You will never hear Rock, Country or Jazz like you did in the 90s and early 2000s. Any rock hits you hear are usually from some legacy 80/90s bands or a group that uses electronic influences. I think Lindsey Stirling is a perfect example of this at work, she went on one of those audition shows and was told flat out, that while she was an amazing performer and violinist, she had no future unless she paired with some kind of band. What does her first album sound like? Electronic music with violin overtop it.

Because it can't be criticized in any relevant form due to 'muh racism' and thus it's place in pop culture is secured.


Also 99% of modern rap is nothing but embracing degeneracy and that resonates with the normies these days.

If you think about it as something that starts small, then grows to dominate, then fades out, mirroring the rise and fall of rock music as one of the the most popular genres, then rap would currently be at the same stage where rock was in the mid 90's. The question is what overtakes rap music in the next 20 years?

no metal stations on radio. 2 on xm always autotune rapp thou 

Because children like nursery rhymes.

Rap is closer to 40 years old. What you have to consider is that it only broke into the mainstream sometime in the late 90's and went fully mainstream in the 2000's. In the last two decades it was able to acquire tremendous growth both in sales and artists to make it. Also from a music perspective there hasn't been a new unique music genre in a long time so nothing new has really come along that could potentially replace it. Also I like it, but I'd give it another decade plus before people start to universally get bored with it. but what about metal?

My theory is that rap is marketed and sold at a loss by Cabal-controlled music monopolies to brainwash the goyim into getting blacked, genetically and culturally.

I have a friend (100% NW Euro, like me) who is serious about becoming a famous white rapper. He thinks that the secret is to copy the style and format of the most "popular" "artists" today. He makes music that sounds like young Kanye and he has been practicing for years. But he has not gone viral yet.

My theory is that the industry is mostly controlled by Cabal family owned companies, such that nobody is allowed to trend or become famous unless they serve the interests of the Cabal. I told this to my friend, and I suggested that he change his rap name to Lil' AIDS and make songs about how if white girls don't take his poz loads then they're racist. He didn't agree that this was a good idea. I also told him that if he isn't willing to be relevant to the Cabal agenda, then he should at least consider being relevant the opposite way by making quality /pol/ content...like those Disney parodies or Moonman except not controlled-opposition. He didn't believe this either. I then told him that by copying the performances and sound of popular rappers, he was acting like a South Pacific Cargo Cult in which the low IQ natives construct a fake runway and fake control tower out of bamboo and palm leaves to try to summon the white man metal birds, i.e. I said that he was copying the surface appearances of rap music without understanding the underlying principles, and as a result he was doomed to fail. He didn't believe this either (although he was amazed by the cargo cult) but he didn't want to hear my negative attitude, so he stopped hanging out with me, but I still think I'm right.


pro-AIDS-normalization mumble rap persona to prove that I'm right. Creating a degenerate rap persona and making it become famous sounds like a lot of work.

This.

I used to be a degenerate, edgy rap loving teenager too, but that was nearly 15 fucking years ago. Will this shit ever just fucking die already? Arent people fatigued by this bullshit? What the fuck ever happened to changing fads and cultures every 5-10 years or so? I feel like literally nothing has changed between like 2008 and 2019.


Just who owns these rap labels? (google it) 


Birdman. Cash money AP records. Works with drake a lot.

That whole sect is who controls rap.

Migos are cosigned by Drake, Lil Wayne, Birdman, Nicki Minaj, Chief Keef, every single artist theyre associated with.

They all feed into the jews, and they all know it too.

refer to the list of record labels i posted as well.

>Murder Inc Jewish mafia sect

>Murder Inc record label

>distributed by def jam
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Def_Jam_Recordings


>He is of Jewish descent.

For the same reason that film, literature and every other form of entertainment media is stagnating: Jews. control the distribution networks and decide who gets promoted, what books get published, what groups get record deal, what movies get made ect. The Jew has no deep understanding of any form of art, only a hucksterite instinct for exploiting art for cash. A Jew agent will immediately nose in on something he understands, something derivative he knows will sell but has absolutely not concept of original artistic talent. Unsurprisingly the result is an overwhelming spew of mediocrity.


The meeting was held at a private residence on the outskirts of Los Angeles. I remember about 25 to 30 people being there, most of them familiar faces. Speaking to those I knew, we joked about the theme of the meeting as many of us did not care for rap music and failed to see the purpose of being invited to a private gathering to discuss its future. Among the attendees was a small group of unfamiliar faces who stayed to themselves and made no attempt to socialize beyond their circle. Based on their behavior and formal appearances, they didn’t seem to be in our industry. Our casual chatter was interrupted when we were asked to sign a confidentiality agreement preventing us from publicly discussing the information presented during the meeting. Needless to say, this intrigued and in some cases disturbed many of us. The agreement was only a page long but very clear on the matter and consequences which stated that violating the terms would result in job termination. We asked several people what this meeting was about and the reason for such secrecy but couldn’t find anyone who had answers for us. A few people refused to sign and walked out. No one stopped them. I was tempted to follow but curiosity got the best of me. A man who was part of the “unfamiliar” group collected the agreements from us.



I liked some rap in the 90s growing up, anything made past 2000 is case by case so you can be fair I guess.

Problem is all the music is now is bass and catchy beat, it just has to make dumb drunk people wanna get up and embarrass themselves. If they're not drunk and like it, well their just stupid human beings. The music is garbage, they've helped ruined the English language honestly.

I'm not racist either, I just hate fn rap circa 2000 on (case by case) good day anons

Now....why is it so popular? In America we have a fascination with wealth. Look at western ideas of beauty. In europe, women who are just born beautiful are a treasure. In america I'd argue we like when someone who is plain BECOMES beautiful. It makes their success seem attainable. So back to hip hop - its a music form that democratizes the creative process. You don't need to be classically trained, or spend alot on equipment to be the next big thing. For example, Lucid Dreams by JuiceWrld took a kid from Chicago and turned him into a celebrity in under 6 months. To me, it an interesting process to see a person who realistically wouldn't have a platform for their voice, be heard. That results in the creation of its own subculture. With direct influence from street and gang culture, its a subculture that can be violent - or wildly entertaining a la Lil Nas X. It can be STUPIDLY ignorant like NBA Youngboy. But it can also have moments of transcendence like Chance the Rappers Acid Rap. Now.....random thought. If you're a filmmaker you know that the academy publicly favors short films for oscar consideration that have a political theme. Hip hop is much like this. At the end of the day, the powers that be are 100% ok with having someone like Lyor Cohen watch over the production of "need". Hip hop is wildly effective at creating desire. Look at Sprite marketing. They switched up like 20 years ago to specifically go after the urban market - cause they're the ones who spend money on Jordans, and dream of owning a Rolls Royce (at any cost). Personally I love hip hop.But I take it for what it is

every other genre seems to fade when sounds seems to repeat and be similar to other songs. it's like an well that dries up. Rap is not music and all songs are similar. it's almost zero artistic value. it was interesting until the 90's, but since then it keeps repeating. the only explanation is, the gang banger status confirmation

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Epic tale of the destruction of Hip-Hop incoming.
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