Hip-Hop relies on a 16-bar verse form followed by a chorus/hook section. Often there are three verse sections with each one followed by a chorus or hook section. While sometimes the third verse is replaced with a bridge, a section with different chords or a change up in the rap style or content. In addition, the hook/chorus provides an anchor for the listener while the verses tell the story, paint a picture, or express the personality of the rapper.
I’ve noticed that some very successful rap songs open with the hook – the catchiest part of the song – to grab the listener’s attention right at the start. Use these repeated hook sections to make a statement that sums up the heart of your song. These are the lines your listeners will remember so make them emotional, honest, and unique.
First of all, Hiphop told you to be real, be authentic, be a representative and most importantly BE YOURSELF.
4 emcees from BANGLADESH, came together to represent their own story. They named this joint as TEMPLE OF THOUGHTS. As a matter of fact, Mr. Judge took the initiative for this particular project. Additionally, he got the other emcees to get involved in it. Also, the plan was simple but very important. They had to squeeze the dark side of their life and put them all in one track. As a result, they took the whole project very seriously. And the outcome is literally overwhelming.
Another emcee Real Storm says, “On my verse I tried to picture the teenage period of my life. It was not great. But I think I’m not ashamed of it at all. Life lessons are important. I’m glad to see so many individuals are getting inspired by my lyrics. They can relate to it and as an artist that’s cherishing. I’m amazed by seeing all the love and support for this record.”
As a matter of fact, this was the very first official project of THE ENIGMA. Hence, he couldn’t be less excited about this too. Furthermore, the last verse was done by Mcc e-Mac, he was the sound engineer for this record too. Both of them came up with metaphorical bars and content.
Most of all, Temple of Thoughts ain’t just a hip-hop record, it’s an international movement as well. People from around the world were involved in this very project.
Finally, Temple of Thoughts team said to DesiHipHop, “It doesn’t even matter where you live, if you have that passion and intention to support an artist and his/her work, then you can get involved with their project. We appreciate your contribution. The love we got for Temple of Thoughts was insane. People from USA, Austria, France willingly did their part in this particular record. And we really appreciate them all. Thank you.”