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MCI - Wyze vs War Spawn MCI - Wyze vs War Spawn

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

So basically the shortened version, because this would be a horribly long review.

WarSpawn's first verse absolutely beats Wyze's first by a considerable margin. The reason's why would be simply put down to this: Wyzes only run on thing i'd say was good was about Richard's inability to find a Job, and a good last line. Spawn's comes through with King of the Dot, History, Fat Jokes, Punch ins, and then has a good last line.

Wyze's second beats Spawn's by quite a lot. Reasons are: Wyze has nice rebuttals, has a punch of hilarious punches, and one of the best ending lines i've heard in a battle. Spawn went on about the punch ins, and was alright, and then made his horrible quality obvious by letting us listen to the ringing of his bad grounding.

So usually when it comes to battles like this I have to compare their two weaker verses, and stronger verses. I'd say their stronger verses are rather evenly matched, if anything Spawn's is a bit stronger, but i'm compelled to favor Wyze's due to how hilarious it was. So their weaker verses... I'd have to go with Spawn, because I felt in all Spawn's and Wyze's weaker lines only went on one good tangent, and I think Spawn's technical work was better.

So Spawn wins it for me.


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MCI - TK vs Dirty Smurf MCI - TK vs Dirty Smurf

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Verse 1: He had some punches (fat lines, and gay lines were alright) but at one point he rhymed only the word dawg . But his punches were good. His tempo changes were nice. He brings up him being white (what)?

Verse 2: And then he buys into the trap, the first bar about Hamsters was nice, but then he goes on about him being white, wasn't good. He has nice delivery, and the Slim Shady reference is pretty true. But then he goes on to say he got shot five times... If he did he wouldn't be talking about it hahaha.

Verse 3: Too many punches, nerf gun line was hilarious. Pointed out he sounds like Em, but it became irrelevant as soon as he started with more punches. The Smurf line was funny, just generally was about 15X better than his first verse.

Verse 4: Once again with the Em references and gay jokes, it's almost like a repeat of the second verse. The TK an O line was nice, and then the flow line was alright.

So basically to summarize it was a good battle, but i'll give it to TK. And my reasons for that are, he showed versatility and good punches. But mostly it was due to the fact his first verse was rather weak, in fact if his third verse was anything like his first i'd say he couldn't even come close to Smurf. I mean he rhymed the word dawg like six times, that should be an automatic disqualification for ever being considered good (guess he didn't realize when rappers do that, the word before that word also rhymes). But then he had his third verse in which he perfectly countered Smurf's first, and then laid on more disses. By that point and his first verse I was impressed. Usually i'd give the battle to the guy who stayed somewhat solid and at the same level the entire time, but the fact i'm voting for him should be a testament to how much better his second verse was.


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Babies Babies

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Makes sense

This just strikes me as a song a dude would make who doesn't know about sex. That is one of the reasons I find it so hilarious, because I just think that the guy made this song after being confronted about it. "Do you even know how babies are made?" "Psssh of course I do, I make them all the time i'll even make a song about it."


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Paradox vs WS Tiebreaker Paradox vs WS Tiebreaker

Rated 5 / 5 stars

So lets start it off, if you don't know me by now i'm sorry ahead of time.

So the intro started out funny, but for the part where Richard is apparently talking it doesn't even sound like he covered his mouth for that part. But who cares about that.

Verse 1: So pretty much all bars up to the Richard Pyryor reference were basic and more lukewarm than my pee after five hours. So then he goes on to do a really poor Little Richard reference saying he couldn't rhyme... Even though Little Richard helped originate rock and one of his hit songs was Tutti Frutti where he did nothing but rhyme... But this is Newgrounds so who the fuck would know that #loljk<3uguys. He then goes on to make more lukewarm simple bars, then references Rich as a producer. He goes into the mindset of sampling versus non-sampling, so I don't even see where it could be considered a diss... especially when Dox is rapping on a sampled beat... "What kind of rapper samples H.P. Lovecraft?" Someone who needs a voice clip.. because Lovecraft wasn't a musician. And then he goes onto really elementary rhyme schemes. He goes into personals after a lame signing part, the soap line was cheesy and too basic for me to give a point on. I guess from then on it's okay.

Verse 2: Spawn has fair rebuttals but not any good punches. He does point out that he is simplistic. I mean at least Rich had non-simplistic rhyme schemes, had somewhat attempts at things i could consider punches, to Dox's anti-punches. Like him saying he has to get on his knees to look in his eyes, not that great of a line but better than any of Dox's lines.

So pretty much disappointing battle all around, but if I had to judge i'd say Dox's verse was bad, and Rich's was rather lukewarm. So it would go to Rich for not making me listen to really simplistic rhyme schemes and poorly planned punchlines.



HDC: SJD vs. WarSpawn HDC: SJD vs. WarSpawn

Rated 3 / 5 stars

Verse 1: SJD his rhyme scheme is pretty bad throughout most of the verse. His FPS reference in regards to re spawning was cliche, and his call of duty one felt week. When he brought up influences he wasn't strongly implicating biting so it felt as if he was just listing off influences. His timing on the beat in parts is really weird in points, but worked when he did it on purpose for the lag line.

Verse 2: Opening two bars are really nice, the teenager lame was pretty lame. He then goes onto to use some pretty weak punchlines, and he stumbles over his flow. The Uncle Tom line was funny. At this point it feels as if Spawn's verse is a bit stronger, but SJD's pacing was odd while Spawn is stumbling over his flow.

Verse 3: Why couldn't they cut off the motherfucker at the end of his verse? Also the EQing is so bad between the verses. Anyway onto the verse, his rebuttal to the Uncle Tom comment comes off as salty and is weak. But then he goes on to have alright punches with a much better flow. The family comments are kinda low blows though, then he makes a kinda lame comparison. Like "you better love your girl cause she's the missing link..." I mean I get what he was going for but it doesn't come across well. Then he goes onto make a pretty funny comment about his girl giving birth and video game comparison.

Verse 4: Talk about making a biting comparison successfully, saying SJD sounded like Hopsin's aborted fetus. Well done. Spawn goes to commented on SJD's girl, which is fair, but as lame as when SJD tried to do it. Burnt squidward, gets a little Danny Brown for a second which was pretty funny. Then he goes onto talking about how he thinks SJD cheats, about his personals, and it comes off as pretty boring.

So overall a pretty bland battle to be honest, with a couple of on par lines. You could tell both participants weren't too happy with each other, and both were surprisingly bad for the anticipation they claimed. I have no idea why this battle is so highly rated, it just goes to show the really lame standards of the people who even vote on these things. But anyway, both were pretty bad and highlights, but if I had to give it to someone I guess i'd give it to Spawn. Maybe? I don't know I think the 4 bars where he went Danny Brown-esque was the most entertainment I got from either verse.

But uh yeah tl;dr, both were pretty bad but i'd give it to Spawn.


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SJD - 8 WS -9


HDC: MC-OG vs War-Spawn HDC: MC-OG vs War-Spawn

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Verse 1: MC OG making some weak punches like the Obama line, which was just too cheesy. His flow is a really slow and feels difficult, and his mic quality is soooooo bad.

Verse 2: Spawns mic quality is good, at least he took the time to record not next to his computer with hella noise. His flow is on point, and his punches are alright, definetly better than MC OG's but not fantastic.

Verse 3: Made a dad reference but did it real weak. Then he makes comments on his annunciation, when his is worse, and then makes an emo line... a typical thing battle rappers do when they don't have lines.

Verse 4: Spawn comes on not that strong, and doesn't really rebut MC OG's weak punches. But his normal rapping is better than MC OG's to the point where voting for OG is just laughable. I mean how the hell can you even consider his bars that much with that god awful mic quality, and then when you ignore it he is doing cookie cutter lines anyway. Spawn wasn't much better but his bars were at least decent, he had flow, and good quality. So I mean obviously Spawn won this one.


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OG-2, WS-2.. Love the level of detail!