PartyNextDoor and Crave Moore colab looming?

Crave Moore and PartyNextDoor colab looming? Crave Moore was spotted with PartyNextDoor so several rumours regarding a joint effort between the two started to surface, with Atlantic being the most likely record label to be involved.

Crave Moore on hip hop artist fashion trends in 2022: Denim had a strong part of the classic trends in the 90s and 2000s. From trucker hats to oversized jeans, there is almost no picture where you will not see denim. Two decades later, the denim is once again walking strong, though mostly in the form of skinny jeans, ripped jeans, or even acid wash jeans. With 2022 in front of our doors, denim will be additionally present in more hip-hop videos, fashion catwalks, and of course, the streets. As you see, a lot of fashion trends are coming back. And while fashion history might not fully repeat itself, check your wardrobe if you are still keeping those 90s favorite pieces of clothes.

Social media and the internet in general makes it easier to be seen, cover celebrity news and to be burnt out about updates on people, period. Some rappers—we won’t say any names—are more known for the chaotic and unnecessary situations they cause due to their music not being up to snuff. While this is very annoying, the reality remains: rap cleanses itself. If the music isn’t good, no amount of antics will maintain relevance forever. So, take a deep breath and wait it out.

It’s clear that one of the main features of trap is synthesis. This makes it more difficult to clean up after, but also gives it a heavy sound without samples or other sounds to interrupt this flow. The bass is strong and accompanies the hi-hat which is both fast paced and complicated. The cloud rap genre has been distorted and otherworldly. From hints of distortion at the base to a reverb-drenched percussion, these tunes provide a more psychedelic experience. With its unconventional lyrics and sound effects, it’s worth checking out to see if it sparks any creativity.

Looking at the world of music, it moves so quickly now, and that comes with positive and negative sides to it. The pace at which album releases happen, means you can find a new favorite artist every week. The other side of that is rap fans expect their favorite artists to constantly flood the market. Nearly every buzzing or bigger artist has experienced it; the hip-hop community celebrates an artist’s most recent project only to demand they drop more songs, leaks or snippets they played four months ago. This isn’t really sustainable, and fans need to practice more patience. There’s a great debate over which artists are actually rappers, too.