Rapture tells the story of nine remarkable artists who above all made sure that the scale tipped in their favor. The critically acclaimed Netflix original was created not only for the fans, but for the culture, giving a break down of the evolution of Hip-Hop in 2018.
Throughout the docuseries, we’re given a glimpse of what it takes to become an artist (from choosing the right instrumental) to even writing down a full set of lyrics throughout the long process. Amongst all of the top tier artists, Dave East, Nas, Rapsody, G-Eazy, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, Logic, Just Blaze, T.I. and 2 Chainz stepped up to the plate. A lot of the time, the majority of artists expressed that — if not for music — their destinys would have never turned out so well.
Being able to be truthful tell a real story through music has always been the motive; being able to have the average person relate is the essence of Hip-Hop. Music has proven to be one of the most influential forms of art, with the power to unite people together. The Rapture soundtrack is made up of six-tracks that give you a variation of elements (Trap, mumble rap and lyricism).
The opportunity to be able to stamp that exact moment in history. Following the series, it’s only customary that all these artists come together for one project. You can stream the project below.
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