So says Judith Schulz, spokesperson for the 9th Annual Tongue Twister Contest happening at the Tongue Twister Museum in Burlington, Wisconsin, on Saturday (Nov. 14).
Participants attempt to recite famous tongue twisters, like Peter Piper, as many times as they can in 10 seconds, and Schulz thinks rappers hoping to speed up their rhymes could learn a thing or two.
She says, If you practice a lot itll make you better. I think rappers would do well with the tongue twisters because they already speak so quickly for their music.
If Lil Wayne were to add some seashells by the sea shore into a song, Schulz thinks it could start a new trend in rap that would help fans speak more clearly and make the jams more kid-friendly.
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