backpack rap
 n.— «I think that’s already happening in the form of what Stretch Armstrong disdainfully calls “backpack rap”—emphasis on lyrics and/or bugged production, with head-nodding a low priority. unfortunately, this kind of synthetic genre is almost always defined by target demographic, not intenral resemblance.» —“Re: prosyletizing the underground and other lanky stinky madness” by Usenet: July 9, 1998. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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