Rap Critic is creating Hip-Hop Reviews
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It all started back in 1977...

...

Not me, mind you, I mean Hip-Hop. I'm actually relatively young, but anyways...

In it's inception, the DJ was of utmost importance, with the rapper only serving as the hype man, but over time, rap lyrics quickly evolved into more complex, creative, intelligent, and witty wordplay. However, there are still rappers who haven't joined that lyrical evolution, leaving Hip-Hop awash in terrible lyrics, confident that people are too preoccupied with a catchy chorus and a fun beat to pay attention.

My job is to make fun of them for doing so.

So, for the last few years, I've been reviewing songs, praising emcees who provide great lyrics and ripping on those who don't, because it's fun, and I love Hip-Hop and to love something means not being afraid to criticize when you think things aren't going so well.
Tiers
Early Episodes!
$1 or more per video
Early Rap Critic Episodes!
Rap Critic's Missing Musings
$2 or more per video
I write a LOT of stuff that doesn't end up in the episodes, so instead, I'll post some of them here!
Older Reviews!
$5 or more per video
I'll be posting up all my old written album reviews before I joined CA.
Extra material cut from Rap Critic and Goin' Off Podcast episodes.
Access to view miscellaneous things I've been working on, including music and skits.
(You get early Rap Critic episodes as well.)
Album requests
$50 or more per video
YOU decide what album me and Mues review on the Goin' Off Podcast (one time $50 contribution gets you this.) 
Song reviews!
$100 or more per video
PLEASE READ BEFORE REQUESTING. YOU pick an artist to review. A one time $100 contribution gets you this. Song must have a music video and must have at least been on the Hot Rap Singles/Songs Charts at some point. (Newer songs get priority). 
 
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3 full rap critic episodes (or Worst Lyrics, or Rap-Libs) guaranteed per month
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It all started back in 1977...

...

Not me, mind you, I mean Hip-Hop. I'm actually relatively young, but anyways...

In it's inception, the DJ was of utmost importance, with the rapper only serving as the hype man, but over time, rap lyrics quickly evolved into more complex, creative, intelligent, and witty wordplay. However, there are still rappers who haven't joined that lyrical evolution, leaving Hip-Hop awash in terrible lyrics, confident that people are too preoccupied with a catchy chorus and a fun beat to pay attention.

My job is to make fun of them for doing so.

So, for the last few years, I've been reviewing songs, praising emcees who provide great lyrics and ripping on those who don't, because it's fun, and I love Hip-Hop and to love something means not being afraid to criticize when you think things aren't going so well.

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Tiers
Early Episodes!
$1 or more per video
Early Rap Critic Episodes!
Rap Critic's Missing Musings
$2 or more per video
I write a LOT of stuff that doesn't end up in the episodes, so instead, I'll post some of them here!
Older Reviews!
$5 or more per video
I'll be posting up all my old written album reviews before I joined CA.
Extra material cut from Rap Critic and Goin' Off Podcast episodes.
Access to view miscellaneous things I've been working on, including music and skits.
(You get early Rap Critic episodes as well.)
Album requests
$50 or more per video
YOU decide what album me and Mues review on the Goin' Off Podcast (one time $50 contribution gets you this.) 
Song reviews!
$100 or more per video
PLEASE READ BEFORE REQUESTING. YOU pick an artist to review. A one time $100 contribution gets you this. Song must have a music video and must have at least been on the Hot Rap Singles/Songs Charts at some point. (Newer songs get priority).