rap session


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rap session

n. Slang
An informal discussion held especially by a group of people with similar concerns.
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Noun1.rap session - conversation in a situation where feelings can be expressed and criticized or supported
conversation - the use of speech for informal exchange of views or ideas or information etc.

rap session

noun
Slang. A meeting for the exchange of views:
Informal: powwow.
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The album's title track perfectly captures the clipped cadence of a master MC with speech-like phrases and a long flowing solo that conjures up a blazing freestyle battle rap session.
Nine members of the group were arrested Tuesday in Downtown Cairo, during a rap session in Abdul Moneim Riad Square.
rap session with Linda Diaz; topic is "What Should the Human Rights Accessiblity Committee Know about People with Hearing Loss?
Teaching Material Needs Rap Session focused on developing solutions to gaps in available teaching materials.
The children from Hemlington Hall Primary School, Middlesbrough, and St Hild's School, Hartlepool, also performed a rap session for an audience including education directors, head teachers and education specialists.
In addition to the issues brought up through the music video presentation, the first RAP session also addresses the cycle of violence in dating and domestic relationships, and how the cycle is perpetuated by those who have been abused or who have witnessed abuse.
On the ground floor will be rappers and DJs, and we'll have an open mic rap session.
The director wanted the tutors to have ten hours of training in the library; this would not only permit them to develop the skills they would need to conduct a RAP session, but it would also allow the writing program to maintain its accreditation.
In a calm, cool, and extremely friendly way, hold a rap session with your dancers and their parents.
THIS is the man who claims to have had a rap session with Elvis Presley, John Lennon and Freddy Mercury.
In addition, there was a teen rap session discussing the effects of HIV/AIDS.
Welcoming the opportunity to close each therapy session with a rap session, they simply called it talking about sex.