Be confident rapping.
Improve your rap skills, rapping with people who encourage and give you thoughtful feedback.
Avoid rap burnout.
Running out of ideas is frustrating. Stay inspired to rap.
Grow your circle.
Rap with people from across the globe and expand your community of people who love to rap
we are designing Rhyme Masters Crew Community with you in mind.
Here are some of the features of the Rhyme Masters Crew Community.
Desmond is one of a kind. I have worked with many people in music, but none will care more about your progress than Desmond. It’s never criticism with him; it’s always constructive feedback. I felt comfortable sharing my deepest writings with him. Since we started working together, my progress has been immeasurable. I highly recommend Desmond for anyone who is starting out in the game or has been rapping for a while but wants to get better.
Rapper. Guitarist. Writer. from NYC, US
You conducted a Youtube live stream coaching session a few weeks back where I introduced myself and freestyled for a bit. The feedback that I received was incredibly valuable and helped me create a lot of new music. I took the idea of allowing myself to be "wack" to heart and decided that I needed to be vulnerable which is rooted in imperfection. That's when I started a series on Facebook and IG called Project Freestyle. Since then, I've seen so much growth and development in my artistry and I have you to thank for that. It's important for me to share this content with you so you can see the results of your contribution.
Hip Hop Artist | Producer
I still can't believe it!
Even as a dad, husband, and teacher, I rap professionally. I perform as a solo artist and with my band Speaker Minds. I have published a collection of rap verses. I am recognized as a teacher of freestyling and emceeing.
And if you told me that I would become a freestyle rap and emceeing teacher, back when I was in High School, I would have said you're crazy.
Because in high school, I wanted to rap. I wanted to freestyle. But, I was extremely scared to rap. I didn't know what to rap about. I didn't like my voice. I thought my life was just too boring to write about. In high school, the struggles of my life were about passing quizzes, not surviving street life.
I was a shy teen with a lack of self-confidence, so I believed I could not brag about anything. Even if I liked my voice, who would want to hear what I have to say?
Fully convinced I would just be making beats, I started performing spoken word poetry at Friday Night open mics during my college years at Fisk University. One Friday night open mic session, my life changed.
I found myself in the parking lot. The other poets circle up, and they began freestyling. I was in the circle with them, and all of a sudden, all the fear and doubt holding me back from freestyle rapping finally lifted.
I freestyled confidently and felt the rush and joy of creating rhymes off the top of your head. I can say this was the moment when I became an Emcee. This is the moment I realized I am on my journey to master the craft of rap.