Rap and hip-hop are trendy musical styles that are becoming increasingly popular among today's youth. And it is not surprising that many teenagers and aspiring rappers dream of learning how to improvise and masterfully read rap of their own composition, surprising and delighting other connoisseurs of this genre. In order to learn how to freestyle rap, you need desire, determination and constant training.
As in any other activity, regularity is important in such training. If you start learning how to rap, don't stop - keep reading the lyrics for as long as possible. It is through practice that you can improve your skills.
Perhaps at first you will not be able to easily and quickly compose words on the go, and even more so, rhyme them and make the text rhythmic, but over time you will feel that you can already more easily and naturally handle words, voicing your feelings, thoughts and what is happening around the event.
In the process of learning, do not try to come up with rhymes in advance - it will make it easier for you to work. Rhymes come to the author gradually - at first it is important for you to learn how to simply recite an adequate and rhythmic recitative.
Strive to memorize the texts you have invented on the go and write them down in order to further practice on the already recorded texts, as well as track changes in your own creativity and your skills to compose a rhythmic and beautiful rap.
At first, do not think about specific topics for your texts - rap about what surrounds you in everyday life, use puns, metaphors, talk about what is happening around you, as well as current events that affect many people.
Do not stop during training - even if you make mistakes and feel shy about your own wording, keep talking, and soon you will notice how rhymes and rhythms appear on their own in your lyrics.
It is also helpful to listen to other freestylers so that you can learn some of their reading style and listen to how they compose texts and formulate thoughts.
Learning to recite poetry by improvising and composing on the go is not easy, but it is possible - compose as often as possible, feel free to improvise alone or with other freestylers by sharing your experience. Freestyle performances in a circle are very important for the further development of your skill.
It is also important to learn how to breathe correctly so as not to choke and not go astray during prolonged recitation. Learn tongue twisters, train diction, develop lung strength.