How Do You Write Songs Like Tupac?
I think that copying style isn’t the best solution for a songwriter. You can get some inspiration listening to world-famous musicians but if you want your music to be popular, you just have to make it unique and recognisable. Of course those aren’t the only requirements, you also need to use different services to promote your music like the one you can find here, keeping in touch with your listeners via social media pages is another important issue and there are many more, anyway, if your music isn’t unique everything else is pointless.
The bestselling rapper of all-time, Tupac Shakur, has been just as prolific since his death in 1996 as he was alive, thanks to continuous posthumous album releases. Dubbed a “Thug Nigga Intellectual” at a Harvard University symposium dedicated to his legacy, Tupac remains a champion of social causes for bringing attention to issues that are just as relevant today. Study poetry. In his teens, Tupac studied poetry at the Baltimore School for the Arts. This gave him a base knowledge of rhyme, rhythm and metre on which he would later built his rap songs. Read a wide range of literature. It’s been said that Tupac, a high school dropout, was more well-read at the age of 20 than the average first-year student at an Ivy League college. Tupac continued to read while he served a prison sentence in 1995. He was inspired by authors such as Niccolò Machiavelli, Sun Tzu, Maya Angelou and Alice Walker, which was reflected in his later songs. Tackle social problems. As one of the most socially conscio