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    Do you write a verse then apply it to a beat or do you write to a beat as you listen to to?

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    The former as I lack a producer and/or producers.
    "Rap is only one end of a whole spectrum of verbal play and virtuosity. Rap is geared for aural pleasure." Rita Dove

    "A discerning person keeps wisdom in view, but a fool's eyes wander to the ends of the earth"

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    I usually freestyle a few take then get highlights from the takes then work it together.

    I used to write before hearing a beat but I got tired of editting my lines to fit in a bar so I started writing/freestyling to the beat

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    Yea trying to apply a finished verse to a beat can be a headache i ran into the problem when i was rapping so i stopped and started writing to beats instead

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    I need a good beat first to stick my lyrics to. It is almost impossible for me to change the beat after I wrote my lyrics.
    Somehow the instrumental and the voice becomes glued together in my head and because of this I dislike many remixes, though. But only if I know the original.

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