I can see one with like using some of the new styles, that's heavily influenced my other genres, but nothing along the lines of Lil Wayen, or Ice cube lmao unless it was a Gangsta RPG. "San Andreas The Road to Riches anyone"?
Something like this
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"Rap music" is a contradiction in terms. You sing to music, you don't talk to it.
And the only thing that would be enhanced with Rap is ... the landfill, where the CD's and memory chips holding "rap music" get tossed.
As old as it makes me sound when I say it... This. I agree with this man.
Allow me to remedy your ignorance
1) Music (noun)
a : the science or art of ordering tones or sounds in succession, in combination, and in temporal relationships to produce a composition having unity and continuity
2) Song (noun)
1 : the act or art of singing 2 : poetical composition 3 a : a short musical composition of words and music
Poetry over music indeeds constitutes a song, because a song is spoken (rapped, spoken, sung), music is played. They are not synonymous terms unless you are too uneducated to know the difference. Rap is as much a song style as is spoken word, singing or even the screaming popular in post hardcore subgenres of rock.
ITT: People who don't know the definitions of the words they use
ITT: People who don't know much about music and songs.
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answer is no, rpg is usually fantasy you dont mix it with rap. if you think its good you should stay away from designing, you dont have the taste to be an artist. dont get me wrong I have tons of rap CD i blast them while driving my car, but thats pretty much the only place i play rap music on.
on video games probably only GTA is the only game you put rap music on, or probably racing games too. i might accept shooting games but thats for run/gunners grunts who gets killed first, im more of a stealth player so i need tottaly silence.