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1. in. to talk or chat about something. Something wrong? Let’s rap about it.
2. n. a conversation; a chat. Let’s have a rap sometime.
3. n. sweet talk; seductive talk; line. Don’t lay that rap on me! You’re not my type.
4. n. a criminal charge; the blame for something. (Underworld.) The cops tried to make the rap stick, but they didn’t have enough evidence.
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"When I decided to launch a career in rapping in 2012, I saw that there are a lot of platforms opening up for rappers ...
During a recent class, Queen dons dark shades, sets his laptop to play a driving hip-hop beat and starts rapping about solving equations as he grooves up and down the aisles.
Pedro Quitorio III, the Philippine Catholic bishops' conference's spokesman, said he sees nothing wrong with rapping if it helps people meditate on the Gospel as long as it is done solemnly and reverently.
Featuring footage of several legendary underground performers, the film celebrates the improvisatory art of freestyle rapping (or MCing).
In this collection of essays from the last twenty years, Elayne Rapping, the "Culture" columnist for The Progressive, covers some of the same ground as Susan Douglas.
Burdix is a "rapper" herself--she has a performance act in which she calls herself "the rapping teacher."
The rap video featuring teachers at Jennings Senior High School in Missouri was posted to YouTube and shows staff from the Maths, English and Biology departments rapping advice for exam success.
CHILDREN at a Formby school had a visit from a special classmate - a rapping robot.
Ms Holy Roller, an attack on right-wing fundamentalism, is timely, but the method used is more speaking than rapping. No doubt long-time fans will relate to Tell Me Why where Smith attempts to explain the post-9/11 world to his young son.
Circus, bellowing aloud like a monkey lost in space, rapping about cavemen, robots, and everything in between.
"Rapping Latifah Rules New Tribes." Toronto Star 18 May 1990: D8.
Here's a sophisticated, against-the-grain study of the politics of popular TV by Elayne Rapping, who writes a regular column on culture for The Progressive.
Clean-cut rappers like Young and Kid 'N Play, the rapping tandem that stars in this winter's phenomenally successful teen movie House Party, have blunted the edge of rap's image.