Abstract hip hop is a genre of hip hop music that combines elements of experimental and avant-garde sound with the rap style. It is characterized by unconventional production techniques, surrealistic lyrical content, and samples from a wide range of sources.
The abstract hip hop subculture is a recent development in the hip hop genre. It eschews many of the genre’s conventions, including its upfront, braggadocio-oriented lyrical language and its typical beats. The genre also often focuses on broader concepts such as existentialism and social institutions, rather than daily struggles or personal problems.
It is a type of music that has a sociological perspective, which allows it to reflect on the social, political, and economic conditions in which it is produced and received. The genre is often used as a tool for poor, marginalized youth to communicate their reflections on social, economic, and political issues.
One of the most interesting artists in this genre is Tyler, the Creator (born Tyler The Creator). He has a unique perspective on hip hop and it shows in his style. He is a rapper that combines a lot of different styles of hip hop, such as future bass and trap. He also uses a lot of different sampled instruments.
The album he has made, Some Rap Songs, is very experimental. It is very emotional and it expresses a lot of vulnerability, which is not common in hip hop. The album also contains a lot of jazz samples and this creates an amazing avant-garde feel.