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Why Country Music is Better than Rap

Luke Bryan's music is better than Lil Wayne's
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Chloe Padgett

on 26 November 2012

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Transcript of Why Country Music is Better than Rap

Luke Bryan is better than Lil Wayne Country Music is Better than Rap Claim Country music is better than rap music. Big Names Country music experts Neil Haislop and Dr. J.M. Allen support this idea. So do most country superstars such as Carrie Underwood, Jason Aldean, George Strait, Miranda Lambert, Brad Paisley, and Luke Bryan. Logos Rap music has a rhythm that is repeated over and over, and usually only uses a drum machine and bass for instruments. Rappers don't really "sing" but they yell a whole bunch of nonsense that you really can't understand.
Country music is more interesting. It uses a variety of instruments. The singers voices usually have a soft southern "twang".There are country songs for every mood. Pathos
Country music usually tells a story. For example, Carrie Underwood's song, "Blown Away", talks about a girl whose mom died and her dad is an abusive drunk. These songs can make you really think about what other people are going through, and make you realize that you really don't have it so bad. Ethos I practically grew up listening to country music, and have always loved it. My grandpa is a big fan of bluegrass, and he knows a lot about it. You can listen to it no matter what mood you are in, because there are so many different options of songs. Country is the way to go if you are looking for some good music.
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