It takes a lot more than just playing the original on your rap to make your own unplugged rap version of a song.
Sure, you could do this, but you will only end up with an at best average rap rendition of the song you are creating the unplugged version from.
A far better approach would be to study, listen to, and learn from the thousands upon thousands of unplugged songs that have been performed over the years.
There are just so many cool and unique things available to you when creating your rap arrangements, that you need to know about.
Many of these details would be missed if you tried to figure it out on your own through trial and error.
I’m going to show you best killer rap versions of song that have been arranged by a artists in this article. We’ll dissect these unplugged versions together to see what changes have been made to the song since the original.
By the end of the article, you’ll have a few cool ideas for making your own unplugged rapped version of a song that you can use right away.
So let’s take a closer look at some of the cool and unique rap versions of songs that exist out there. Before doing so, be sure to search up both versions of the songs. You need to listen to what I am referring to as we analyse each one.
Song title: Runnin Loose
Composed by: Dave Skillz