There late 1990s/early 2000s from Southern Hip Hop in

            There are many more subgenres that should be mentioned
because a huge number of people like them like, gangster rap, trap hop, and edm
pop. Although the disadvantage with them is that they are not able to achieve
to leave a message to the listeners compared to the other major genres. Instead
they just give theme that has to do with having fun and enjoying life, by going
to parties and abusing substances.


            This is a music genre that fuses vocal and
instrumental elements of hip hop with various forms of rock. It’s not a
subgenre but it is related to hip hop because of having big, lurching beats
that are occasionally overdubbed over scratching and beat box beats. This genre
was originated in the 1980s and has grown to inspire most rock and rap lovers
to listen to the new artists that touch this genre in their art.

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Rap Rock


            This is a subgenre of trap music, but it also falls under
hip hop. It originated in the mid 2010s in the United states and is not
respected as much as any other genre. Many believe that the genre is a unique
genre of the society of artists of today, but it’s not because it was there in
the 1990s. Mumble rap consist of mumble rappers and the reason why they are
classified as mumble rappers is because the critiques say they lack lyricism.

Mumble Rap


            The term ‘trap’ was usually used to refer to places
where drug deals took place but in recent years it has incorporated with pop
and electronic dance music. The term itself came from Atlanta, Georgia. Trap
music a subgenre that only originated during the late 1990s/early 2000s from
Southern Hip Hop in the southern part of the United States. The typical themes
for trap music is street life, poverty, violence and harsh experiences that
artists have faced in their urban city surroundings. David Drake of Complex
once wrote that ‘the trap in the early 2000’s wasn’t a genre, it was a real place’,
showing that the term was later adopted to describe the ‘music made about that place.’

Trap music


            This is a subgenre of hip hop that challenges the
dominant cultural, political, philosophical, economic consensus, and social
issues. It’s not only known as ‘conscious hip hop’, but it’s also known as
‘socially conscious hip-hop’ or even ‘political hip hop’. These terms are
sometimes interchangeably but there are used to describe rap music with strong
political messages and themes. The most common themes for conscious hip hop are
usually religion, aversion to crime and violence, culture, the depictions of the
struggles of ordinary people and the economy. The most important fact about
conscious hip hop is that it often seeks to raise awareness of social issues,
leaving the listeners to form their own opinions.

Conscious Hip Hop


4.      Rap Rock

3.      Mumble Rap

2.      Trap Music

1.      Conscious Hip Hop

            RAP music can be subdivided into various subgenres,
fusions with other genres, and regional hip hop scenes. In some parts of the
world, rap music is called ‘Hip-Hop music’ and that proves that
it’s the same thing. The types of RAP are enormous, but I would gladly like to
point out the major ones of today’s generation.

            Something we should try to understand is that when we say
rap music we don’t only apply to one type of music. RAP music is just a term we
like to use when we hear or notice a certain type tune that falls under hip
hop. Just like how there many forms of English, or even many forms of food,
there is also many forms of RAP. RAP, which is short for rhythm and poetry, is
usually called hip hop because over time the superiors of the societies wanted
a more suitable term for it. They eventually decided to call rap as hip hop and
many youths got confused thinking there is a difference between them both but
there isn’t.

Types of RAP