Rap Fiesta on Looking the Part and Helping Artists Rise to Fame

Hey everyone!

I have a different but fun post for you today. I was recently contacted by the hip hop blog called Rap Fiesta, and I’m excited to share more about them. I know that there have been a lot of new readers since my last post, and a lot of them are people who are interested in music. I think this will introduce some of you to a new platform and creative outlet that will help you in your own creative journeys. However, for my other readers who are here for fashion, don’t worry; we’ll touch on that, too.

To start off with, I want to share what Rap Fiesta is and what they do. As I mentioned, they’re a hip hop blog, but they’re also so much more than that. Started in New York City, they were originally founded by individuals who were fascinated when it came to the industry, many of them being artists themselves. They knew that hip hop was multifaceted and that there was more than just music; there was a community, too. RF began to create a space where artists could come together and create the best music possible all while inspiring others.

One of my favorite things about Rap Fiesta is that they truly have a desire to help creators. Every Thursday, they hold their Rap Fiesta Radio competition in which they present music from different artists. These artists then get feedback from a live audience who will later vote for their favorite song. The prize? A coveted article on RF’s blog. As someone who has known individuals who have participated in these competitions, I can attest to how badly they want to win and be featured on their website. And who can blame them? RF has an abundance of insight and connections when it comes to hip hop and the thriving music industry.

I also talked about fashion with them and asked if that affected any of their decisions or the artists they work with. Rap Fiesta let me know that they’re “keen on looking at how artists carefully piece together their image” and that “fashion is key to that.” They recognize that what you wear says a lot about you; it sets the tone for who you are as an artist. RF also thinks that looking the part is important because it ties back into branding and marketing which ultimately helps with the success of an individual. In addition to this, they invited me to talk to them about the cultural influence of hip hop on the street style movement. You can find this and other great pieces on rapfiesta.com!

I encourage you all to check them out, and if you’re an artist, don’t hesitate to reach out to them on Instagram @rapfiesta! They’re a great resource, and I want to thank them again for giving me the opportunity to talk with them on their blog. It was really insightful and fun for me!

Talk to you soon!

-Emily Berrol

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