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    What will 2018 bring us this Year?

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    Hey guys.
    I canít wait to see what 2018 brings, especially for music. One of my main thoughts has been where the Hip-Hop music scene will be heading this time around. Will the mumble rap scene take over or will we start to see a rise in western culture? I think, and I may be wrong, that we will start seeing some more 90ís Boom -Bap type music. Since I am a music producer I have come to find a lot of people that seem to enjoy that style of music. But thatís just from personal experience, what do you guys think?

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    Mumble rap is a slap in the face to anyone who likes complete thoughts and songwriting and as for Boom Bap it's cats overseas who feel it and some American acts who still praise it but trying to predict the next sound, style, etc. is a fool's errand. I want more quality R&B with actual songwriting and melodic focus and live instrumentation and for Hip Hop to have maturity overall.
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    Great question. The most interesting thing I've seen so far is the Facebook & Instagram signing a deal to do Content ID. That's huge. Check out the video on my Youtube channel about it /MarvillousBeats there are links to sign up for it too!

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    I'm thinking it'll be simplistic bass/808 heavy stuff... not that it's super new or anything, just a prediction.
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    I agree, it's something to think about with where hip hop will be just within the next few months. It's a lot of creativity out here now so 2018 gone be a pretty dope year with the music I feel.

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    A lot of mumble.
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    Mumble rap trend is going to slow down a little bit, were gonna see very lyrical guys like Denzel Curry and Dave East start to make big waves. Also the UK scene is going to blow up big time, last year we were introduced to the sound on this side of the Atlantic, this year people are really gonna start to enjoy and appreciate the music they are making over there.

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    2018 is going to be interesting, Im not sure how quickly mumble rap is going away. I don't think musically it will live up to 2017 just because so many great hip hop artists put out great music. I would like to be proved wrong though

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    Hopefully we can see some new artists emerge and showcase some lyrical ability. The mumble jumbo is so repetitive I'd like to see someone unique/original blow-up in the rap scene.

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