A lot of freestyle rappers wonder how long their freestyle rap songs should be. In this article, we will take a look at which one is better and give some tips on writing the song.
To begin with let’s define the word bars so that we are all talking the same language. From a musical standpoint, bars are the divisions of musical notes that are found in a song. There are a certain number of beats or counts in each bar or measure. The bars are also known as measures.
From a lyrical standpoint, a bar is a division of the song into parts. Usually the bar is made up of one line. If you have two lines, you may often find that both of the bars rhyme at the very end. In a freestyle rap song this is not always necessarily true.
So now that you have an understanding of what a bar is, let’s see if we can determine the best number of bars to write for. First I will give you the answer and then will explain my answer. The answer is 16 bars.
What is really interesting is that songwriters don’t determine the length of songs. The people that truly determine the length of songs are the listeners as well as the music industry and the radio industry.
The popularity of songs often is based on the amount of airplay that the song gets. The shorter the song, the more times that you will hear it on the radio. The more times that you hear the song on the radio, the more popular that the song is.
As far as the popularity of a song is concerned, if it is too short, the song won’t maintain the interest of the listener. If the song is too long, it won’t keep the listener’s attention. That’s where the 16 bar standard came in, which is the standard preferred by both the recording and radio industries.
People will tend not to listen very long to a song if they have to wait very long between the different hooks. A lot of people like to listen to a song just for the beats or the chorus or for both.
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