Process for Creation of a Christian Rap Song

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Process for Creation of a Christian Rap Song by Mind Map: Process for Creation of a Christian Rap Song

1. Phase 1

1.1. Preliminary Research

1.1.1. Mindmapping the Subject

2. Phase 2

2.1. Gathering the available resources

2.1.1. Word Play List You are what you eat X marks the spot Wolf in sheep’s clothing Whole nine yards Wag the dog Up a creek with no paddle (or up sh**’s creek with no paddle) Turn a blind eye ‘Til the cows come home There’s more than one way to skin a cat The straw that broke the camel’s back The harder they come, the harder they fall Tie the knot Third world Son of gun Straight from the horse’s mouth Spitting Image Southpaw Sour grapes Sleep tight Skin of your teeth Shot in the dark Shake a leg Scapegoat Saved by the bell Rule of thumb Rain cats and dogs Rain check Put your best foot forward Put on your thinking cap Put a sock in it Push the envelope Pull out all the stops Pull the wool over your eyes Pull the plug Pedal to the metal Pardon my French Over the top Off the record Off the cuff Off the top Not playing with a full deck No dice New York minute New kid on the block My dogs are barking Mum’s the word Make no bones about it Mad as a hatter Loose cannon Level playing field Know the ropes Knock on wood Knee jerk reaction Kick the bucket Keep your chin up I wash my hands of it Ivy League In your face In the bag I’ll have your head on a platter Houston, we have a problem Honeymoon Hold your horses Hit the hay High five Hell in a hand basket Heavy metal Hat trick Graveyard shift Go the extra mile Go out on a limb Gild the lily French kiss Foam at the mouth Fly on the wall Flip the bird Flea market Field day Feeding frenzy Face the music Eat, drink and be merry Eighty-sixed Dry run Drinks like a fish Dropping like flies Drop dime Drag Race Double Whammy Don’t look a gift horse in the mouth Dog days Dirt poor Diamond in the rough Devil’s advocate Dead ringer Deadline Cup of Joe Cut to the chase Cut to the quick Cock and bull story Cold war Close but no cigar Chow down Chip on his shoulder Charley horse Caught with your pants down Bullpen Brownie points Break a leg Blind leading the blind Blackmail Big apple Balls to the wall Ball and chain Baker’s dozen Back to square one Back to basics Apple of my eye An axe to grind

2.1.2. Rhymes with Rhymeless Words Orange - lozenge, boring, forage, porridge, door-hinge Silver - filter, shiver, filler, deliver, liver Purple - Steve Urkel, whirlpool, urinal Month - dunce, hunts, moth, runt Ninth - mine, lines, absinth, labyrinth Pint - ain’t, paint, might Wolf - gulf, fur, enough, dull Opus - flow this, rope is, Lupus, lotus, bogus, psychosis Dangerous - onerous, cameras, game to us, spontaneous Marathon - care what’s on, dandruff song, Dara’s wrong, Santa’s con Discombobulate - the disco they love to hate, Crisco ovulate, risky even on a date, Sisqo’s rollerblades

2.1.3. Definitions of Rhymes rich rhyme (from French rime riche): A word rhymes with its homonym: blue/blew, guessed/guest. assonant rhyme: Rhyming with similar vowels, different consonants: dip/limp, man/prank. consonant rhyme: Rhyming with similar consonants, different vowels: limp/lump, bit/bet. scarce rhyme: Rhyming on words with limited rhyming alternatives: whisp/lisp, motionless/oceanless. macaronic rhyme: Macaronic verse uses more than one language, as in medieval lyrics with Latin refrains. Macaronic rhyme is also bilingual: glory/pro patria mori, sure/kreatur, queasy/civilisé. one-syllable rhyme, masculine rhyme: The norm, in which rhyme occurs on the final stressed syllables: extra-syllable rhyme, triple rhyme, multiple rhyme, extended rhyme, feminine rhyme: These all refer to rhyming double or triple or multiple extra-syllable endings: dying/flying, generate/venerate, salubrious/lugubrious. light rhyme: Rhyming of a stressed syllable with a secondary stress: frog/dialog, live/prohibitive. wrenched rhyme: Rhyming of a stressed syllable with an unstressed syllable. This often occurs in ballads and folk poetry, often on conventional words like lady/a bee. end rhyme, terminal rhyme: All rhymes occur at line ends--the standard procedure. initial rhyme, head rhyme: Alliteration or other rhymes at the beginning of a line. internal rhyme: Rhyme that occurs within a line or passage, whether randomly (as below, on "flow" and "grow") or in some kind of pattern: A heavenly paradise is that place, Wherein all pleasant fruits do flow. These cherries grow, which none may buy Till "Cherry Ripe!" themselves do cry. broken rhyme: Rhyme using more than one word: But-oh! ye lords of ladies intellectual, Inform us truly, have they not hen-peck'd you all? linked rhyme: Rhyme that depends on completing the rhyme sound by enjambment over the line end: But what black Boreas wrecked her? He Came equipped, deadly-electric, apocopated rhyme: Rhyming a line end with a penultimate syllable: A poem should be wordless As the flight of birds. leonine rhyme, medial rhyme: Rhyme that occurs at the caesura and line end within a single line--like a rhymed couplet printed as a single line: I bring fresh showers for the thirsting flowers caesural rhyme, interlaced rhyme: Rhymes that occur at the caesura and line end within a pair of lines--like an abab quatrain printed as two lines: Sweet is the treading of wine, and sweet the feet of the dove; But a goodlier gift is thine than foam of the grapes or love. Yea, is not even Apollo, with hair and harp-string of gold, A bitter God to follow, a beautiful God to behold? crossed rhyme, alternating rhyme, interlocking rhyme: Rhyming in an abab pattern. intermittent rhyme: Rhyming every other line, as in the standard ballad quatrain: xaxa. envelope rhyme, inserted rhyme: Rhyming abba (as in the In Memoriam stanza). irregular rhyme: Rhyming that follows no fixed pattern (as in the pseudopindaric or irregular ode). sporadic rhyme, occasional rhyme: Rhyming that occurs unpredictably in a poem with mostly unrhymed lines thorn line: A line left without rhyme in a generally rhymed passage. (There are ten thorn lines among the 193 lines in Milton's irregularly rhymed Lycidas.)

2.2. Reviewing Material

2.2.1. Looking at old lyrics

2.2.2. Reviewing Rapper's Handbook

2.2.3. Flocabulary Week in Rap

2.3. Mindmap Freestyle - Freestyle while looking at the Mind Map

3. Phase 3

3.1. Writing out the points I want to make in the song and gathering the references

3.2. Gathering the Scriptures pertaining to the topic and the key word of the song

3.3. Freestyling on Topic

4. Phase 4

4.1. Writing the Lyrics of the best Freestyles

4.2. Writing to the beat

4.2.1. > Sound > Search



4.3. Writing a different style rhyme for the topic

4.3.1. Simile (SIH-muh-lee): a comparison between two or more things using the words like or as. example: "I move fast like a cheetah on the Serengeti."

4.3.2. Metaphor (MET-uh-for): a comparison between two or more things that doesn't use the words like or as. example: "You are an ant, while I'm the lion."

4.3.3. Alliteration (uh-LIT-er-AY-shuhn): a phrase with a string of words all beginning with the same sound. example: "Five freaky females finding sales at retail."

4.3.4. Hyperbole (hie-PER-buh-lee): an exaggeration. example: "I fought a million rappers in an afternoon in June."

4.3.5. Personification, (per-son-if-ih-KAY-shon): giving an animal or object human-like characteristics. example: "Alright, the sky misses the sun at night."

4.3.6. Paradox (PARE-uh-docks): a statement that seems untrue, that seems to contradict itself. example: "The poorest man is the richest, and the rich are poor."

4.3.7. Symbol (SIM-bull): something that stands for something else (often something more abstract). example: In Tupac Shakur's song Me and My Girlfriend, the "girflfriend" referenced is actually his gun.

4.3.8. Assonance (ASS-uh-nince): the repetition of vowel sounds to create internal rhyme. example: "Hear the mellow wedding bells." - Edgar Allen Poe"

4.3.9. Onomatopoeia (ON-uh-maht-uh-PEE-uh): a word that imitates the sound it is describing. example: "Out of reach, I pull out with a screech."

4.3.10. Apostrophe (uh-POS-troh-fee): a figure of speech that addresses (talks to) a dead or nonpresent person, or an object. example: "O, King Vitamin cereal, you blow my mind!"

4.3.11. Imagery (IM-aj-ree): a very general term that encompasses nearly any description of something that conjures an image, sound, taste, smell or feeling to mind. In other words a literal or concrete representation of a sensory experience or of an object that can be known by one or more senses. example: "Of restless nights in one-night cheap hotels / And sawdust restaurants with oyster-shells" - T.S. Eliot

4.3.12. Metonymy (met-TON-im-ee): a figure of speech that replaces the literal thing with a more vivid, but closely related thing or idea. example: Instead of saying "give me your attention," you could say "give me your ear."

4.3.13. Understatement (UHN-der-stayt-ment): the opposite of hyperbole, an understatement makes something that is a big deal seem not very important. It's often used for humor. example: "The boat had been ripped apart by the storm and now a dozen hungry sharks began circling the captain. 'This isn't great,' he told his wife."

4.4. Adding Multies where I can at the end of raps and the beginning looking at how it all rhymes with each other and adding rhymes anywhere I can

4.4.1. I suppose I can just look at other's lyrics

4.4.2. Ideas from the list below

4.4.3. > F87 > Best-multi-syllable-rapper-all-time-1317029 > Index7

4.5. Changing words around with Synonyms

4.6. Checking the Syllables and the 16 bar count and song structure

5. Phase 5

5.1. Recording the editted up version

5.2. Listening and making edits

5.3. Recording again

5.4. Listening and writing where to add effects

6. Examples from my Album

6.1. Qanna

6.1.1. Points God is jealous for our love Introduction 2 Type :Being jealous of something that doesn't belong to you, which is a sin, or being jealous of something that does belong to you, which is valid, and commendable You can either be jealous of what doesn't belong to you or what rightfully belongs to you Jealousy can be when you envy the one who has twice as much money Or something you don't have, what that shows is that we're not content #1 Commandment of 10 Commandments Number 1 Law of the Ten Fidelity, One Woman, Jesus's verse on one woman, Eve was made for Adam, We were made for Him Definition of Jealousy Verses when God is a Jealous God A jealous God - Who being espoused to thee, will be highly incensed against thee, (if thou follow after other lovers, or commit whoredom with idols) and will bear no rival or partner. For jealousy detonates rage in a cheated husband; wild for revenge, he won't make allowances. Nothing you say or pay will make it all right; neither bribes nor reason will satisfy him. For jealousy makes [the wronged] man furious; therefore he will not spare in the day of vengeance [upon the detected one]. Look at what happens to a jealous husband - reference the Proverbs about the man who won't be paid off until he has his vengeance being envious of someone who has something we do not have. This kind of jealousy is a sin and is not characteristic of a Christian Being jealous indicates that we are not satisfied with what God has given us. Look at what happens to a jealous husband - reference the Proverbs about the man who won't be paid off until he has his vengeance In Exodus 20:5, it is not that God is jealous or envious because someone has something He wants or needs. Exodus 20:4-5 says, “You shall not make for yourself an idol in the form of anything in heaven above or on the earth beneath or in the waters below. You shall not bow down to them or worship them; for I, the LORD your God, am a jealous God...” Notice that God is jealous when someone gives to another something that rightly belongs to Him. What He is jealous of belongs to Him; worship and service belong to Him alone, and are to be given to Him alone. If a husband sees another man flirting with his wife, he is right to be jealous, for only he has the right to flirt with his wife. This type of jealousy is not sinful. Rather, it is entirely appropriate. Being jealous for something that God declares to belong to you is good and appropriate. It is a sin when we desire, or we are envious, or we are jealous of someone because he has something that we do not have. Jealousy is a sin when it is a desire for something that does not belong to you. Worship, praise, honor, and adoration belong to God alone, for only He is truly worthy of it. Therefore, God is rightly jealous when worship, praise, honor, or adoration is given to idols. This is precisely the jealousy the apostle Paul described in 2 Corinthians 11:2, “I am jealous for you with a godly jealousy...” It is a sin (as God points out in this commandment) to worship or serve anything other than God. God or Money God is speaking of people making idols and bowing down and worshiping those idols instead of giving God the worship that belongs to Him alone. God is possessive of the worship and service that belong to Him. That's why God is Jealous - because if He is in His rightful place then we will be blessed for all eternity Putting things above God in your life incites His jealousy Matieral pleasures, sports, whatever it is you chase promises so much at first but in the end leaves you wanting more, leaves you unsatisfied Like Hosea marrying the unfaithful wife God was showing us that He is faithful when we're unfaithful You have the right to feel jealous when your wife shows her affection towards another man because it rightfully belongs to you

6.1.2. Story What story/parabale could I tell about Jealousy? Jealous Husband?

6.2. Elah (End of Song)

6.2.1. Points Fearing the Lord is like sunscreen or taking multivitamins, it's good for you Untitled The fear of the Lord causes all other fears to dissapear Because Being afraid is different than fearing the Lord Fearing the Lord is the beginning of knowledge and wisdom The fullness of Wisdom is obeying God because you Love Him Perfect love casts out fear Fear is the beginning of the path which leads to true Love Specific Scripture Promises and Benefits of Fearing the Lord (From the MindMap I made)

6.3. Olam

6.3.1. Points God always was always is and always will be We're souls with a body not bodies with a soul We're immortal What does it take to live forever What are we going to do in Heaven? Reference the book Heaven by Randy Alcorn God has no beginning or end Reference the about Who Made God? One day in His presence is like a thousand elsewhere Stand in His beauty forever Glorify Him Worshipping this God in Spirit and in Truth What does that mean?

6.4. Abba

6.4.1. Points Satan has attacked the image of the father almost more than anything throughout history Father's Day turns so many heads because to so many the image of Dad has been ripped to shreds Because many dads are alcoholics or cokeheads Some were never there, some beat their kids over the head til blood shed What were Father's Original Role? The role of a father has to do with authority God chose to depict Himself as Father because of the Biblical standards of a Father God says He's the Father I think He said it for a reason He's the perfect Dad, in and out of every season Biblical duties of a Father are... Back in the Bible days a Father's role was different Definition of a Father The things my earthly dad can't fix, I ask God for Wisdom and He gives me it Dad's are counselors, teachers, examples, etc.. Find a list somewhere of the Roles of a Father Biblical Duties

6.5. Shaddai

6.5.1. Points God is almighty He nourishes Shaddai means breasts and power at the same time God's Spirit is our comforter God is our greatest encourager List some of the encouraging things God has to say When we walk around when we've got God with us it's like hyena's being afraid of Mufasa simba Abide in Jesus Reference GotQuestions

6.6. Jehovah

6.6.1. Points For Each of the Words - look at the Christian and look at each of them try and turn each of those into a rhyme He's a healer Provider..

6.7. Example

6.7.1. Phase 1 Agape Unconditional Love What is Love

6.7.2. Phase 2 Got the available resources Reviewed Material

6.7.3. Phase 3 Points Old New Scriptures "But God commendeth his love toward us, in that, while we were yet sinners, Christ died for us." "For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life." "Beloved, let us love one another: for love is of God; and every one that loveth is born of God, and knoweth God. He that loveth not knoweth not God; for God is love. In this was manifested the love of God toward us, because that God sent his only begotten Son into the world, that we might live through him. Herein is love, not that we loved God, but that he loved us, and sent his Son to be the propitiation for our sins. Beloved, if God so loved us, we ought also to love one another." (1 John 4:7-11) if righteousness could be gained through the law, Christ died for nothing!" You can "use an abundance of soap, but the stain of your guilt is still before Me…" "If You are willing, You can make me clean." Christ, "filled with compassion" replied, "I am willing; be clean" "All this is from God, who reconciled us to himself through Christ…God was reconciling the world to himself in Christ, not counting men's sins against them…God made him who had no sin to be sin for us, so that in him we might become the righteousness of God" Freestyle

6.7.4. Phase 4 Taking the points and turning them into raps Adding Simile's for anything I can Adding a type of rhyme in there from the Rhyme Types Rapping it outloud and posting it on 16 bars

7. Ideas

7.1. In regards to creating new songs

7.1.1. Using old school songs In the Jungle

7.1.2. Not adding too much of a beat

7.1.3. Hymansl

7.2. Habits

7.2.1. Parodies of Songs Content Marketable