While 21 Savage had to give up the top spot to Jay-Z , who also entered last week due to the above mentioned oddity, his Issa debut has a decent runner up position, and had a very solid start, with 77, equivalent units. Meanwhile moved , units in its first week, but since that number likely includes two weeks worth of sales, and comes from a much more well-known, better established artist, Savage has little to be ashamed of here. Rap had a great week in general, with the next two spots in the top four being taken by Kendrick Lamar and DJ Khaled, who came in third and fourth respectively with DAMN. Issa , which you can stream here , has at least one up on though: Last week NBA draftee Lonzo Ball declared via Twitter that he liked Issa more than , which caused a minor meltdown amongst hip-hop heads who thought he was either trolling or outright wrong. Not bad for a rapper who named his album after a popular Twitter meme. Facebook Twitter Flipboard uproxx. View this post on Instagram. November 6, by: Andre Gee Twitter. November 5, by: Aaron Williams Twitter.
Lil Tecca has the longest-charting No. 1 single in SoundCloud history.
It's the Saturday after Thanksgiving, and it has been an agonizing three hours since the doors opened. This poor DJ is trying his hardest to distract hundreds of fans—none of whom appear to be over the age of 22—from the glaring absence of Juice WRLD, the year's newly minted hip-hop superstar. They've come to see their digital hero in the flesh, but excitement has curdled into restlessness, and after restlessness comes agitation. So many Juuls have died that some fans have resorted to lighting up real cigarettes inside the venue. He's gone from commanding hype man to irritable babysitter in moments. We want Juice! Bare midriffs are everywhere. This may be the DJ's personal hellscape, but it's a record label's or an advertiser's greatest fantasy: the place where frat boys and hypebeasts—many of them white—converge in a millennial-meets-Gen Z slush pile. In an earlier era, these kids might have been wearing puka-shell necklaces and vibing out in a field to Dave Matthews Band, but in , they were rocking knockoff Supreme gear and listening to RapCaviar, where they are fed artists like Juice WRLD—a year-old from the Chicago suburbs who stormed the charts last year with his melodic, angsty hybrid of rap and emo. As curfew draws closer, and part of the crowd is close to being lost altogether, Juice WRLD finally emerges onstage, bare-chested under an oversize leather vest.
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In the ever- growing age of tech that we live in, other outlets such as Hot New Hip Hop, Spinrilla and Datpiff have emerged, offering platforms for artist to share their music; however, none get it straight from the source better than SoundCloud. This piece will dive into 5 rappers who along with their lyrical skills and artistic abilities have SoundCloud to thank for their success. When did they first start to gain buzz? What song s catapulted them into the limelight? Those questions will be answered soon enough.
Mumble rap often used to describe " emo rap " and " SoundCloud rap "  is a well-known pejorative used to degrade younger rappers,   although certain groups of hip hop fans still refer to it as a loosely defined  microgenre  of hip hop that largely spread on the online audio distribution platform SoundCloud in the s. While the term has been widely criticized as inaccurate or as a derogatory term, some artists have reclaimed the term. The term "mumble rap" was first used in by VladTV battle rap journalist Michael Hughes, in an interview with battle rapper Loaded Lux about the style's emergence in mainstream hip hop. Some have claimed that artists such as Das EFX and Fu-Schnickens rapped in a similar style years before the term was created. He wrote that many of the artists often scapegoated in conversations about the subgenre do not actually mumble, which "is the red flag that the term isn't a useful subcategorization. There are disputes as to whether some rappers are mumble rappers or not. Smith writes that 21 Savage unfairly gets classified as a mumble rapper.