Shadow rap

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Template:Infobox music genre Shadow rap is similar to Cloud rap (in the sense of having a catchy, ambient and physedelic feel), but meant to be a darker and/or more evil version of it.

Along with the sinister sound made by repetitive notes (with reeverb) and hard hitting 808 subs (like trap), the lyrics are mostly agressive, crazy, and/or sinful.


Shadow rapTemplate:Not in source is made up of the actual rap lyrics and tone that range from being phychotic and agressive to apathetic and/or tedious[1][2]. Rappers express being lethargic about life, unsympathetically hostile, malicious, vengeful, and/or straight savage; and speak about drugs, violence, money, fucking bitches, and/or doing craziness along with the nice instrumentals and hard hitting 808s in the beats, which make them unique enough to fall into this new upcoming genre.

Artists who fall into the catergory of Shadow Rap


  1. Bell, Max (January 2, 2014). L.A Rapper "Bones". LA Weekly, LP. Retrieved October 14, 2015.
  2. Thomas, Kenneth Kashif. (February 24, 2015) Tekashi69 "Shinigami" A.R T.S.Y Magazine. Retrieved October 15, 2015.