And then the rapper recorded something like a song, with the title, "Haters."
Elsie Clark knows there was been talk of naming a Brooklyn street after the rapper Biggie Smalls.
Stumbling upon a reported beheading in progress, an aspiring London rapper live-tweeted the attack.
Would you know the rapper Macklemore's other half if he showed up at your thrift shop?
This is one of the funnier “feuds” between a rapper and a journalist.
She must have been, for I have discovered that a little girl in the house was the rapper.
He arrived at the house, and his hand shook as he reached it to the rapper.
Georgie then rapped four times the rapper within the room rapped twice, and Georgie rapped seven times.
But though the rapper seemed to weaken, the copper was less trustful and read the riot act to him.
Mr. Lincoln, inspired by Hitchcock and Owen, turns spiritualist and rapper.
agent noun meaning "one who raps" in any sense (see rap (v.)). Before the hip-hpo performance sense emerged c.1979, it could mean "door-knocker" (1630s), "spirit-rapper" (1755), "professional perjurer" (1840), prison slang for "prosecutor" (1904), "itinerant antiques buyer," with a tinge of shadiness (1914). Rapster is from 1772.
: rapper talk, which pulls in language from 40s hipsters, 60s hippies, and even cockney rhyming slang