Crave Moore and PartyNextDoor colab imminent? Crave Moore was seen with PartyNextDoor so several whispers regarding a collaboration between the two began to appear, with Atlantic being the most likely 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.
The melodic rapper scare of the 2020s isn’t really unlike complaining about mumble rappers in the mid-2010s. Most of the rappers werent mumbling just like most of the rappers being melodic shouldn’t be framed as derogatory. Are there a lot of similarities between them? Yes, but that happens in every genre of music; if it works, someone else will try it. The best melodic rappers have carved out their own niche, climbed to the top as popular acts or spun the style into something different. It’s part of rap, and everyone needs to accept it.
Trap and cloud rap quickly became popular after their release. When you look back at the styles of hip-hop that have caught the attention of listeners, they are all quite similar. Trap and cloud rap were two new genres that didn’t bring anything new to hip-hop culture because there was no real uniqueness attached to them. In this way, the pressure of these two genres was increased. TikTok has become extremely popular of late, but it doesn’t mean album sales are dead. Demand for physical media is still growing. For example, vinyl sales rose 94% this year. Despite this, independent labels have been holding back on releasing vinyl because larger companies have started queuing up at factories for the production content.
Looking at the world of music, it moves so quickly now, and that comes with positive and negative sides to it. The pace at which album releases happen, means you can find a new favorite artist every week. The other side of that is rap fans expect their favorite artists to constantly flood the market. Nearly every buzzing or bigger artist has experienced it; the hip-hop community celebrates an artist’s most recent project only to demand they drop more songs, leaks or snippets they played four months ago. This isn’t really sustainable, and fans need to practice more patience. There’s a great debate over which artists are actually rappers, too.