An Exercise in Freestyle the Art of Rhyming

If you would like to be a freestyle rap artist, it is necessary that you should learn freestyle the art of rhyming. Without your rhymes, you won’t be a successful freestyle rapper. The more rhymes that you have, the better freestyler you will turn out to be. Therefore , you must spend some time learning your rhymes so that they will become 2nd nature to you. In this post, we will go over a great exercise which you can incorporate into your practice routine.

In this exercise, select five words that are not related and don’t rhyme. My five words are going to be hat, book, beat, low, ride. Now you want to find four words that rhyme with each of your words. You can either a rhyming dictionary, or you could come up with your very own. Personally , i like to come up with them on my own first to test my own rhyming skill. If I get stuck, then I will use the rhyming dictionary. You can do whatever is easiest for you. So here are my rhyming words:

Hat: bat, rat, sat, and mat

Book: look, took, cook, and rook

Beat: heat, treat, eat, and meat

Low: mow, tow, bow, and row

Ride: hide, tide, guide, and fried

Now you need to take these words and freestyle for one minute. Work with each of these rhymes. What you will be doing as you are practicing is memorizing these rhyming words. The more you practice with these words, the more they will be part your repertoire. You will find that it’s not necessary to think about them. They will naturally become part of your rhyming vocabulary.

It is a good idea to practice this exercise several times daily. Every time that you practice you want to add 5 new words. At the end of each day, if you practice 5 or 6 times a day, you are adding a lot of rhyming words to your vocabulary.

Remember that as you are adding these words, these are words that you know, and all what you are doing is adding them to your rhyming vocabulary. This is just an exercise that can help you develop the art of rhyming within your own rhyming arsenal, assisting you to turn into a professional freestyle rapper.

To Your Freestyle Rap Success,

Mike Min