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Aarophat

Aarophat

Aarophat


For far too long, Hip-Hop music has been mired in lyrical mediocrity. Today anyone and everyone can pick up the mic and rhyme. Emcees are no longer expected or required to elevate. Instead, they are expected to jump on the bandwagon of the hottest producers, to ill prepare themselves for fleeting success and take a rapid rocket ride to the top of the charts. Lyricists aren’t built to last these days. They are mass produced for quick millions and a hot summer single that will fade by the fall. Read more on Last.fm
For far too long, Hip-Hop music has been mired in lyrical mediocrity. Today anyone and everyone can pick up the mic and rhyme. Emcees are no longer expected or required to elevate. Instead, they are expected to jump on the bandwagon of the hottest producers, to ill prepare themselves for fleeting success and take a rapid rocket ride to the top of the charts.

Lyricists aren’t built to last these days. They are mass produced for quick millions and a hot summer single that will fade by the fall. Fortunately, there is still raw talent brewing under the surface. Riding the wave of a steady fan base and a rock solid reputation, Aarophat is the first of a crop of up and coming artists to make himself known.

Youngstown, Ohio’s premier lyricist has been writing and rhyming for as long as he can remember. He patterns himself after no one, but with a healthy respect for Hip-Hop greatness and quality emceeing reminiscent of legendary wordsmiths such as Big Daddy Kane and Rakim, Aaro’ has set out to blaze new trails and leave his mark on the game. With humble beginnings in the inner city of Youngstown, his story isn’t one of hard luck. He’s not a killer, a drug dealer or portraying the role of a street thug.

He grew up in the neighborhood like everyone else, but was able to maintain his focus on the craft he grew to love at an early age. While those around him were drawn into quick money schemes and the streets, Aarophat felt the pull of the pad, pen and the studio. Everything else became secondary. Resisting the traps of small town life, he has successfully cultivated a broad fan base in his hometown and across the world.

Utilizing the internet as a tool, he has been featured on countless websites such as UGHH.com, HIPHOPSITE.com, and MP3.com. On the strength of his talent alone, he has reached as high as number 2 on the MP3.com charts and has been featured in publications such as Blaze Magazine, Rap Mag and Rap US magazine in France. Aaro’s evenly balanced, passive-aggressive lyricism allows him to feel equally at home rhyming over mid-tempo beats as he is riding a high powered track. He has proven himself to be a universally adept performer, able to appeal to audiences without sacrificing his underground credibility, or his creative process.

Aarophat delivers the total package. He is equally convincing rhyming about topics such as Black on Black crime, suicide or male-female relationships, as he is with any other situation he encounters. His unique voice shines brighter than the bass and beat allowing listeners to feel what he has to offer. There are no gimmicks here, no elaborate production schemes hiding a lack of lyrical skill and no bubblegum illusions to be found.

Aarophat has a style and presence that cannot be measured. He stands alone on the horizon of Hip-Hop, more than prepared to move mountains. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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