Earl can do this in any location, on any tour stop, for any camera crew. Let the poetry flow, bruh. Profanity and all.
Legendary alive. Reminding everyone who originated the concept behind Drake’s homage on NWTS is Raekwon. Glad someone in that age bracket is still interested in rapping powerfully (ahem, Hov).
He’s still a master of cadence, even if his lyric range is basically the same. The kid has endless flows. The a cappella style accentuates it.
Sometimes wish there were separate Rap Awards for things like this…radio freestyling. Slaughterhouse does it probably better than anyone else who’s ever done it as a group. Maybe Wu Tang is in the picture if you edit them down to their giants. These guys are a class unto themselves though. They don’t need to make songs.
Is Callius Moon a disturbed individual with a comedic side or does he just have a penchant for hip-hop that defies logic? In one of the most bizarre courtroom defenses ever caught on camera, Moon, a Detroit resident accused of threatening to kill his girlfriend, took the stand to show off his impressive off-the-dome vernacular. Surprised by what he heard, District Judge John Chmura told Moon “that’s good” and actually admitted to being impressed before asking Moon if he will require a court-appointed attorney. Family members of Moon, who also faces charges ranging from destruction of police property to disturbing the peace, claim that he suffers from mental illness. HIt the jump for the outrageous video of what happened in court last week. Read More
Nowadays you can’t be a successful rapper without droppin some bars in or about Paris…
With the legendary Ski Beatz on the beatz.
Brother Ali stopped by Sway In The Morning to tackle the “5 Fingers Of Death” Freestyle challenge and KILLED it.
Joey and some of his Pro Era crew including Kirk Knight and CJ Fly stopped by DJ Green Lantern and Boss Lady’s radio show to spit a couple of bars. Check out Joey’s Rejex mixtape too for some new unreleased music from the group.
White Jesus spit a dope verse over Chief Keef’s “I Don’t Like” on Power 98.3.