General Have Y'all Noticed Some South African Hip Hop Rappers Try To Imitate American Rappers?

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#1
I am not gonna mention names. But ever since I heard it through the grapevine and I did a little research just to listen to some of the trending South African Hip Hop rappers just to see if they are clout chasers.

You have got some SA Hip Hop rappers jacking cadences, flows, etc. I guess it's a way to cover up for a lack of creativity though.

What y'all think, am I right or am I wrong?

BTW, I don't mean ALL SA Hip Hop rappers just a few culprits.
 
#2
It would have been better if you mention those SA Hip Hop rappers that you think are clout chasers.

Otherwise, it doesn't make sense.
 
#3
It would have been better if you mention those SA Hip Hop rappers that you think are clout chasers. Otherwise, it doesn't make sense.
Come on now fam. A quick listen to top SA Hip Hop songs will simply prove my point. Have you done so?
 
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Come on now fam. A quick listen to top SA Hip Hop songs will simply prove my point. Have you done so?
The only thing I seem to notice from SA Hip Hop artists is the sound. The signature sound by some music producers in South Africa may be very similar to American mainstream Trap music.

So if we are strictly talking about beats then I have to say, American Hip Hop industry has a huge influence on SA Hip Hop industry
 
#5
So now you agree that some SA Hip Hop artists are clout chasers, don't you?
 
#6
So now you agree that some SA Hip Hop artists are clout chasers, don't you?
Not necessarily, I said some of SA Hip Hop producers are close to being on the verge of clout chasers. As for SA Hip Hop Artists, I guess we can agree to disagree then.
 
#7
Sorry, I just don't get your point -- Hip Hop music isn't originally from South Africa though
 
#8
Sorry, I just don't get your point -- Hip Hop music isn't originally from South Africa though
I think he is trying to say some SA Hip Hop artists literary copy bars and flows both at the same time.
 
#9
I think he is trying to say some SA Hip Hop artists literary copy bars and flows both at the same time.
Still, some lines are not really attached to specific rappers from a creative standpoint e.g. saying "money makes the world go round."

Almost every rapper has done said that.

There are some distinguishable popular punchlines which of course you'd say the next oan is biting.
 
#10
Still, some lines are not really attached to specific rappers from a creative standpoint e.g. saying "money makes the world go round."

Almost every rapper has done said that.

There are some punchlines which of course you'd say the next oan is biting.
I get what you are saying. After all, nothing is new under the sun so they say.
 
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