Crewe rapper looks forward to stage return

Crewe rapper looks forward to stage return

Jamie Lynch, aged 27 from Crewe, is a rapper and spoken word artist who is looking forward to teaching and performing as lockdown restrictions ease.

Rapping is a musical form of vocal delivery that incorporates rhyme, rhythmic speech, and street vernacular, which is performed or chanted in a variety of ways, usually over a backing beat or musical accompaniment.

Jamie has rapped since he was 21 years old. 

He has been writing his own rap lyrics since the age of 20.

He was attracted to rap by free-styling and thinking up lyrics spontaneously. Once he began to write lyrics he was able to further develop narrative and storytelling based from his own experiences. 

His musical influences are Eminem, Hopsin, Joyner Lucas, Bugzy Malone, Avicii, Green Day, Blink 182, Linkin Park & more. 

Jamie advises new rappers to try new things and step outside your comfort zones, as this allows opportunity for growth. Draw inspiration from people you admire and connect with likeminded people that help better your skill. It is a process that takes time. The more dedication you put into your music, the more you will develop and build confidence whether it’s lyric writing, performing or networking & collaborating with other artists/musicians. A positive attitude goes along way and always be kind to the people you meet/ work with. It takes a lot of bravery to step on stage and express yourself as an individual…part of hip hop is to speak your truth, so always remember to keep it real! 

Jamie is now looking to deliver rap workshops as lockdown restrictions ease and plans to make new music in the near future.

Jamie recently performed at the inaugural concert at the redeveloped Crewe Market Hall. Due to government Covid restrictions at the time the concert was behind closed doors but streamed via Facebook,

Jamie Lynch said: 

Welcome to Crewe where we create
New opportunities open to
The local community
Inspiring younger & older generations
To take part within the arts

Let’s start the conversation
You have your say
What would you like to see
In the town centre today?

A creative space where we can get together
Pick up the pace and learn new skills
Reach out to the needs of the NEET
And give people something to do other than hang on the street

Open up apprenticeships so that they to can land on their feet
Further employment opportunities
With skills that can cross field

Using the skills that you already wield
But like Crewe I got to keep it REAL!!
For the everyday person like me or you
With a fresh set of ambition and a dream to peruse

Who knows there could be something out there for you right now
All you gotta do is get down to the town and see what’s going down
Any masterclasses or workshops
You know I especially like the hip hop

From a participant to a practitioner
From a facilitator to event manager
6 years down the line
And I’m having a great time

With rooms full of laughter
Happy ever after
Fairy tail madness
Found my joy at last!

And these skills can be taught
Passed on and shared
Let’s make the arts
A strong part of Crewe’s culture

It’s not about being perfect
It’s about giving it ago
Finding something you like
And the next thing you know

New doors open up
Paths begin to pave way
Tell me what do you see
In a vision for Crewe today

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