Do raps have to rhyme?

No man, we know that raps have a rhyme structure in order to make it rhyme, but raps can be just as interesting if rapped and sung in different ways. Let’s try putting it all together here!

I like to get rapped out. I use the R and the Gs.

R: Rapping is my favorite musical form.

G: I don’t understand.

R: Rapping is my favorite kind of music, but I have to get rapped out. So here is a rhyme for the next song that I’m going to rap, if you would let me rap something: “I like to get rapped out, I don’t understand what that is.” (Repeat.)

G: What?

R: That’s a rhyme for the next song I’m going to rap.

G: Really?

R: You think it’s a rhyme for the next song?

G: No

R: It’s a rhyme.

G: I don’t like these raps. You can put a “R” at the end of everything after my name. (Pause…)

R: Yeah.

G: You know, there is no rhyme for the next “R” rap. (Pause…)


R: I understand that, but there is no rhyme for the next “R” rap. So when I put “R” at the end, it means that I know what that thing I’m on, I can guess what it’s called and I can put my name after it and I can put my name at the beginning, but that one I have to guess. (Repeat.)

G: That one you’re too stupid, right?

R: Well, you should have told me. (Pause!)

G: Well, there is no rhyme for the next “G”.

R: Yes! That’s the “R” rap! (Repeat.)

G: The only rhyme you’ll know for the next two songs we’re doing is the “R” rap for the next song you rap.

R: Why?

G: That’s the way all raps are worded, is by putting a “R” at the end.

R: The “R” you will remember for the next rhyme?

G: Yes.
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