Country-Rap (and Country Hip Hop) is a subgenre of popular music blending country music with hip hop music and/or rapping. The genre has been identified as a genre since roughly 1990. The style is also known as hick-hop, hill hop, hip hopry, and country hop-hop. Artists noted for practising this genre include Kid Rock, Boondox, Bubba Sparxxx, Cowboy Troy, Nappy Roots and Colt Ford. Music journalist Chuck Eddy, in The Accidental Evolution of Rock 'n' Roll, traces the genre's roots back to Woody Guthrie.
Certain individual country music songs show a rap influence, such as Toby Keith's 2001 single "I Wanna Talk About Me", which features spoken-word verses recited over an insistent ...
Hybrid hip hop/blues fusion, mixing live instrumentation with breakbeats, wailing harp and quirky vocal bites. An unexpected take on two classic art forms. Could sit well with any thing from animation, beer commercial, sitcom to sports commentary. Instrumental, Hip Hop, Country-Rap
Fun and quirky with a comedic edge hick hop track. Acoustic guitars, dobro and bass meet expertly crafted Hip Hop drum beats to create a track that is sure to make an impression. Perfect for dramedy or country type scenes, will work just as well for web video, corporate tracks or advertising. Instrumental, Hip Hop, Country-Rap
Little bit of country and a whole lotta rap. Twangy guitars on top of a driving hip-hop instrumental beat makes this track fun and funky. Complete with DJ vinyl scratching sounds and male vocals ad-lbs. Perfect for TV, film, web, advertising, and digital media. Instrumental, Hip Hop, Country-Rap
Hick hop track perfect for a duel scene. Features acoustic guitar, drums, electric bass, percussion. Sounds like Kid Rock, Uncle Cracker, Everlast, Breaking Bad, Dave Porter, Bubba Sparxxx, Cowboy Troy, Colt Ford, The Lacs, Lenny Cooper, Moonshine Bandits, Jawga Boyz, Big Smo, 3 & 20, Demun Jones, Instrumental, Hip Hop, Country-Rap
Giddy-up, little homie. This happy-go-lucky hick hop track takes bits of rap, rockabilly, and indie rock, then adds a little Louisiana Cajun spice. It's as funny as it is funky. Banjo, fiddle, accordion, Jew's harp, greasy guitars, an 80s synth bass - and loud, aggressive drums. Perfect for comedy. Instrumental, Hip Hop, Country-Rap
The worlds of country rock and hip hop collide in this greasy, funky hick hop track. It takes some twangy Buck Owens guitars and combines them with a thumpin' old school beat. It's chicken pickin' finger lickin' good. It features a catchy banjo riff for extra down-home charm. Yeehaw, homeboy. Instrumental, Hip Hop, Country-Rap
An acoustic guitar track accompanied by a big electronic drum beat and acoustic bass, creating a combination of country music and vintage hip hop. Reflects the feeling of everyday life and moving on. Great for urban-themed film and television. Instrumental, Hip Hop, Country-Rap