The Art of Rap
100,000 - 500,000 downloads
- Works well
- Mix option
- Fun to play with friends
- Only a few free songs
Record over popular tracks and share the results with your friends
The application Art of Rap is based on the film directed by Ice-T which featured Hip-Hop and rap musicians. Now, you have the chance to record your own rap sound over a classic track and share it with all your friends via the most popular social networks.
How does it work? You need to select the track you want to use and after the download then you will be able to record your voice. When you've finished, you can mix it (set the volume of the backing and the vocals) and finally upload it to Facebook and let all your friends enjoy it. You will also be given the chance of rating other users' work.
Some of the tracks are locked and you can unlock them by taking a picture at the official The Art of Rap poster. However, other tracks are paid songs which you'll need to purchase in order to record over them.
PureSolo Ltd is the developer of The Art of Rap, a curious music application for people who want to train their hip-hop skills or just have fun with their friends. Works well and the design is really good, but there are only a few songs to rap over and some of them are paid tracks.
• Free beats to create your own flow! Unlock one using Augmented Reality and The Art of Rap Film poster.
• Record yourself over well known Hip-Hop covers from the store: Cypress Hill, Snoop Dogg, MC Lyte and 2Pac.
• Once finished, mix your track for your very own demo.
• Create as many different mixes as you want.
• Check out other users and rate their flow.
• Share directly to Facebook and Twitter and on The Art of Rap web site.
• Create a profile for all your demos – record online at theartofrap.com and make a video, or check out Puresolo.com for more Hip-Hop tracks.
• A studio in your pocket, everywhere you go!
Note: To record the best demo, plug in your headphones.
- Updated Twitter to work with the latest API version
Some lists where this application appears: Reviewed by Anna Grace.
Are the beats copyrighted
It will not let u record what ur saying anything
plus it takes too long to load
i can't hear my voice
At first it was going good then whomp whomp whommmmp...no f$!#/#g good..it won't play more than half of the beats and the ones that do play and record doesn't play back your whole recording..if I could've given it a minus 5 stars it would've went down...d
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