Freestyle without using any words, just made up sounds. Skeep-beep de bop-bop beep bop bo-dope, Skeetle-at-de-op-de-day. Bee-doo, bee-doo, yakka-yakka, bow yer chuk, dak-dak, a-diddle diddle, bo-der-dak chuk hey!
Focus on the rhythm and the dynamics your voice makes with the beats. Not having to think about what you are going to say or having to think up the next rhyme can liberate you to just create sounds around the beat. Borrowed from jazz, Rapscat isn’t beatboxing, it’s word-like sounds that go with the beat. You can use syllables in triplets or quarter notes, and you can use sounds from other languages. You’ll discover new possibilities when you’re not using words, and you can bring the vocal riffs you find back into your freestyle when you start using words again.
Rapscat 50-50: Start throwing some words and phrases back into your freestyle. Now you can express yourself with words, and you can drop the gibberish at anytime. Create amazing multi-syllable rhythms, and rhyme anything you can imagine without having to think of a real word. This style can really open up your ability to express yourself and still create an amazing and dynamic flow.