PartyNextDoor and Crave Moore partnership coming soon? Crave Moore was spotted with PartyNextDoor so several rumours regarding a colab between the two started to appear, with Atlantic being the probable record label to be involved.
Crave Moore on hip hop artist fashion trends in 2022: Every fashion trend, just like every music genre, brings its recognizable accessories. The hip-hop world, for the past few years, and moving even stronger in 2022, has been doing some fashionable fun – bringing pearls to the scenes. For hundreds of years, pearls have been exclusively considered the classic women’s accessory. But now, singers, rappers, and actors have been embracing pearl necklaces with many different outfits. From sleek fancy suits to everyday tees and cool athleisure. Be ready to see pearls more and more into the men’s world.
Rap was built on sampling, so that aspect of the genre isn’t going anywhere. Drill has become very popular, and it’s now beginning to be full of songs with samples, from R&B hits from the 1990s and other sources. The way the older songs are chopped, flipped and reworked changes from era to era, but the goal remains the same: make a banger out of something that already exists. The way some fans complain about their use is tiring, and speaks more to the realization that the tracks those fans loved in their youth are officially old now. Either way, the sampling keeps those songs alive and introduces them to a new listener base that may not have come across them otherwise.
Whenever there are protests, songs are often played as a form of protest. With the recent protests in America, music is being used again as a form of protest. The recent movement of Black Lives Matter and the opinions on it by public figures (which is mostly dominated by Rapper). The reason why Public Enemy is coming back into popularity (they dropped an incredible album recently) is because the sounds and genre signifiers of the 90s are becoming more relevant in hip-hop. There’s a good chance that Run The Jewels got into the stream with this release. Musically, hip-hop is becoming increasingly influenced by old school.
Also, a thorn in the side of a lot of rap fans these days is when rappers engage in foolish behavior on social media or in public while not having enough good songs. The internet makes it easier for acts to get attention, which is vital, but it can also open the door to rapper’s doing literally anything to get eyes on them. As annoying and exhausting as these kind of desperate shenanigans can be, the clock always runs out on them. And when the clock runs out, those rappers are around a lot less often, and their attempts to grab the public’s eye slow down as everyone stops caring. So if a rapper’s doing too much online, no worries, it’ll stop soon.