K-Rap is a subgenre of Korean hip-hop that emerged in the late 1990s. It is characterized by its hard-hitting beats, aggressive lyrics, and often incorporates elements of traditional Korean music. K-Rap is often seen as a more aggressive and edgier version of K-Pop, and is often seen as a way for Korean rappers to express their frustrations and opinions on social issues. K-Rap has become increasingly popular in recent years, with many Korean rappers gaining international recognition.
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