How to Become the Kanye West of Trap

November 04, 2021



"I am a trap rapper, my friends call me The Kanye West of Trap" says Kanye West. That's a mouthful, but what I'm about to say is even more so.

That said, I think it is a good idea to take a few years to get to the point where you can do all of the things you want to do.

I have been making music for about 20 years now, but after that, I can't remember when I put myself through the pain of creating music. I think the first good lesson I learned was to keep my music personal. When the day comes when I need to make a record, I want to do it in a way that makes it an extension of me. That means keeping it as personal as possible.

In the last year or two, I've also started to make music without any real expectation of it going to be any good just so I can create a different type of music for myself. I have a long way to go before I'll even consider making a record, but the first thing I did was to find a way to make a record that didn't feel like I was trying to sell it. I think that is an important lesson for anyone who wants to make their own music.

The way you can make your own music is by finding something that you like and then using that as a template to create a new sound. This is the way I got into music in general, and this is the way I did with Trap. I like to think of Trap as a song that takes a few different influences, or even just something simple that is common to a lot of songs.

I first heard it on a hip-hop artist I liked called Pimp C.

People have been taking Trap as a type of rap or hip hop, but I think it really works on several levels. For one, it is an extremely intelligent genre that uses the most advanced technology available. The genre is composed of a lot of different sounds and genres, so it makes sense that all tracks would be different, but the way you can apply different elements from Trap's history and use it as a template to produce a new sound is through remixing.


That's the genius of Trap. Take a handful of songs and remix them, making them a new, fresh take on the original. A lot of artists who play Trap are just looking for a cool way to make money. They're not necessarily looking to produce any new music. They just want to get their name out there and make themselves known. If Kanye West was looking to push the genre forward, he could simply remix his past work in this way.

While there are many great tracks out there that would make great remixes, Kanye was simply looking for a way to make more money.

He wasn't willing to give up the originality of his music and take on a new style. In fact, Kanye is probably the reason that Trap music has been so successful. He started out by remixing his past work, then he started to put out work that was similar to his past work, and that then put his music on the map.

Kanye didn't want to give up the essence of his music, but he didn't want to take on a style. He was willing to compromise on some of his originality, but he wasn't willing to compromise on his ability to do great things. At first, his works were just remixes, but over time they started to include elements that went well with the music he made, and the album that came out was a pretty solid collection.

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