Chris Brown Explains Why Rappers Shouldn’t Use Ghostwriters But R&B Singers May. Breezy responded, “It’s simple like this: they can write it, who gon’ sing it like me?” when asked why R&B performers are exempt.
Hip Hop artists are rated and graded in a variety of ways. Rappers frequently find themselves under continual scrutiny and criticism as their skills are compared to those of their colleagues, whether it is for their lyrical, flow, or pen game.
Whether or whether a musician develops their own rhymes has been a hotly contested issue since the inception of the now-industry-leading genre of hip hop, and according to Chris Brown, this is vital for rappers but not so much for singers.
Chris Brown Explains Why Rappers Shouldn’t Use Ghostwriters But R&B Singers May. According to the artist. The hitmaker recently claimed on Drink Champs, “In Hip Hop, if you stand on your business, you rappin’ and you doin’ your sh*t, we don’t want to hear about somebody else’s robbery.
So, he continued with a chuckle, “we aren’t going to respect it from a Hip Hop culture to be like, “Man that’s hard that ngga wrote that for him.” Why are we even listening to you, then? We ought to be paying attention to this ngga! Noreaga questioned why it is demonized in hip hop while being acceptable in r&b.
“Because no one can sing,” I always phrase things this way, right? Because I never disparage the authors who contribute to my album. Brown responded, “I’ve got some hella co-writers, and we do some stuff. But who’s going to sing it like me when they can write it, too? In the end, you might write some great material that is ignored because it doesn’t sound nice.
Some have claimed that this defense can be applied to Hip Hop as well, however if you believe that ghostwriting is an exception for R&B rather than Rap, please let us know.