Have you ever asked yourself, “Could you tell me what you think of my gangsta rap lyrics?”? The answer might surprise you. The lyrics aren’t necessarily meant to be inflammatory or derogatory. They should speak about life and the people in it. People will relate to the lyrics if they can relate to them on some level. If your lyrics speak to a particular demographic, they will get you fans.
You can also improve your rap lyrics by writing real life experiences. This is particularly helpful if you’re doing battle raps. Some rappers may use the words and phrases from others as “real” without even realizing it’s not their own. This can lead to a lackluster performance if you aren’t confident about your rapping skills. Alternatively, you can try writing your own lyrics and use the same technique as other rappers.