In Loving Memory of All Dead Rappers
Rest In Peace To Lyrical Geniuses
The future of hip hop is still bright but we can't forget about the dead rappers. The
rappers that left us memories from recording some of the best music ever heard still count.
Outside of their
kids or family members rap artist carry a legacy forever to old and new fans through their music.
Thanks to the innovation of another Genius by the name of Steve Jobs the records of deceased
rap artist get purchased on a monthly basis.
iTunes allows anyone to live or relive their life by listening to recorded music that was written years ago.
With entertainment such as movies, video games, commercials, phones and computers the music can be heard in many
different ways to provoke emotions.
Outside of the music posters and tattoos are printed and inked on paper and skin to carry on memory
too. To date there are probably more Tupac Shakur tats than any other dead rapper hands down.
Sampling from new artist and producers or remakes of the songs allows the music to live on. When an individual
goes as far to sample their music that allows them to once again live. Take a drive down
any metro city area where a rapper was born and I'm sure you will see tribute graffiti on many walls
Hot urban radio stations play music every year on the day of the birth or death in remembrance. Even
rapper costumes are purchased for halloween if they were famous enough.
Once day your favorite hip hop artist will be deceased. How will you honor these dead