Hip-Hop and Rap Drum Loops

Hip Hop and Rap Drum LoopsHip hop, also called rap is a music genre developed in the United States by inner-city African Americans in the 1970’s which consists of a stylized rhythmic music that commonly accompanies rapping, a rhythmic and rhyming speech that is chanted. Hip hop music typically used samples from funk and later, from disco.

Use these Hip-Hop and Rap Drum Loops to help you create a groove for your song. Writing to a beat is a great way to build mood and feel.

Take one of the chord progressions you created and play along with the loop of your choice.

Here are some sample Hip-Hop and Rap Drum Loops you can use for writing songs. These beats are characterize with a complex syncopated rhythmns.

Rap Loop #1

Hip Hop Drum Loop #1

Hip Hop Drum Loop #2

Hip Hop Drum Loop #3

Hip Hop Drum Loop #4

Hip Hop Drum Loop #5

Hip Hop Drum Loop #6

Hip Hop Drum Loop #7

Do you want to write your own drum beats? Check out the Online Drum Sequencer

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