Hip-Hop Man Enjoys Making Musical Rapping Sounds

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NEW YORK—Noting the degree to which he likes to say rhyming words as a type of music, sources confirmed this week that a hip-hop man very much enjoys creating musical rapping sounds with his mouth and recording said sounds for the purpose of commercial release. “He is a very good hip-hop man, he frequently performs the rhythmic rapping of words, and it is clear that he finds it enjoyable to use his mouth as a sort of word-rhyming instrument,” said Tyler Bodris, an admirer of the hip-hop man. “His musical rap noises are of a high quality, he is a successful rapping person, and he is my favorite of the various hip-hop men and women.” Sources also confirmed that the hip-hop man sounds like he is talking but is in fact making mouth-based rapping noises in what can only be described as an accompaniment, in a sense, to a drumming man, or rather the simulation of a drumming man.