The Booth Rap Studio offers a way to share beats and rhymes on the go, but there aren't enough features and there are too many ads covering the app. It's a shame because there are some unique artists filling the network with content that's worth exploring.
This app offers a place where aspiring hip hop artists can share their homemade beats and best freestyles. You have to create an account to use the app, but you can use your Twitter or Facebook info. to save yourself some trouble. The app's layout is fairly smooth and lets you easily browse the most popular and most recent beats and rhymes. Sadly, the app's gray menu isn't very pretty by our standards, but it does have a raw kind of street vibe. The app doesn't give you any tools to actually make the beats; you can only upload them as MP3s. Anytime you open The Booth Rap Studio, it hits your phone with a pop-up ad. That's in addition to the ads that it will slide on your status bar and home screen.
If you don't mind ads, you really can find some worthwhile MCs and producers on this app. It's sad that the app's strengths are solely in the content, though. If the Booth Rap Studio mirrored the effort that some of its artists put out, it'd be really flawless. As of now, it's just an adequate way to listen to up-and-comers.