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Top 100 Battles All Time: Honorable Mentions List

May 29, 2013, 9:09 pm


Before we get ready to drop our highly anticipated 10 best battles of all time, RapGrid thought it was only right to do 50 "Honorable Mentions."  This Honorable Mentions list is filled to the brim with battles that almost made the cut (in no particular order), vids that people sleep on HEAVILY, or rightfully should have been a top 100 battle (depending on who you ask.)  Either way, there are waaay more than 100 significant rap battles in history and these emcees deserve some credit, so without any further adieu, here are the 50 Honorable Mentions, for the Top 100 Battles of All Time:



Marvwon & Quest MCODY vs The Saurus & Illmaculate - 1st Battle

First time Illmac & Saurus took a loss


Yung Ill vs Tsu Surf

“Toughest nigga in the Midwest is Aye Verb’s mother”


Locksmith vs Dizaster

Dizaster’s first loss & Locksmith’s solidification as a legend


FLO vs Dumbfoundead

One of the funniest battles in history


Masta Ace vs Boogie Man

After a disagreement, Ice T set up this infamous battle on the set of Lyricist Lounge


Lotta Zay vs C4

Most slept on battle in New Jersey history


Pooh Bear vs K. Reid

Monster match between Chicago and Detroit


Ghetto Ghost (aka Johnny Ca$h) vs Nymesis

106 Champion takes on one of Dot Mobb’s nicest members


Roxanne Shante vs Busy Bee

Roxanne fucked up Busy Bee and Frukwan in the same night smh


G.Dash & King Jordz vs Arkaic & Eurgh (Week 10)

The definition of “Down to the Wire” - Everything was at stake


Remy Martin vs Lady Luck (Both)

The original female battle that paved the way & blew up Fight Klub


Iron Solomon vs Flamez

No crowd - just crazy, bars, jokes & freestyles


HighCollide vs Madness

“More chickens in your front yard that the Legend of Zelda” - classic FL grudge match


Syahboy vs Scotty P

Controversial battle that proved Syah is one of the most charismatic people in battle rap


Young Kannon vs Big Kannon

The battle of the Kannon’s would have to be a classic, right?


Marvwon & Quest MCODY vs Madd Illz & Parable - Battle 1

One of the most dominating 2on2 performances of all time


Dirtbag Dan vs The Saurus

That third round ... wow


Pat Stay vs Miracle

One of the biggest battle upsets - all time


Arcane vs 100 Bulletz

Possibly the best battle in KOTD's Grand Prix history


Kaboom vs Tay Rock

Philly vs Baltimore Lionz Den street classic


Iron Solomon vs Shirt N Tie

Hold up ... What did Iron Solomon just say?  Daaaaaaamn!


Swann vs Rhymefest

Classic scribble final - Rhymefest avenged an earlier loss


Ness Lee vs Dirtbag Dan

Ness was on crutches & homeless - Dan gave no fucks


Busy Bee vs Kool Moe D

The original battle


Fresco vs Illusion Z

“This is my favorite part ... Selena getting shot in the face”


The Saurus vs Franco

“James Van Der Beek on 8 grams of speed”


Iron Solomon vs Mic Assassin

The term “body bag” was invented when this battle dropped


Ness Lee vs Illmaculate

When M.O.B got shut down, they took it back to the streets for a classic


Tricky P vs Deffinition

Never thought a complement battle could be so great


The Saurus/Illmac vs Madd Illz Parable - 2nd battle

“Eddie G from Tekken 3”




Sahtyre vs Real Deal

Slept on classic - one of the hardest battles


Heartless vs Syd Vicious

Crazy debut for both emcees - dope bars


Dizaster vs Illmaculate

One of the best displays of freestyle vs written


Rone vs Prophit

Prophit should have seen it coming (he’s not that type of prophet though)


Frank Stacks vs Surgeon General

Worst comedy bodybag of all time


Dirtbag Dan vs FLO

Set the standard for non-main events


Mosh Jelton vs D-Lor

Mosh & D-Lor at their best


The Saurus vs Tantrum - Tourettes Champion Battle

The Saurus proves why he’s the freestyle battle GOAT


Chilla Jones vs M.Ciddy

Just when you thought lyricism reached its peak, here come reverse punchlines


Hitman Holla (aka Yung Holla) vs Yung Ill

Yung Ill was COLD - that’s why they call him “Ice Pack”




Jae Millz vs Sire Castro

“How it went to him Diddy?”


Midwest Miles vs Aye Verb

The reason not to sleep on Miles


Osa vs 24/7

Young Bike Rack got busy


Loe Pesci vs Tantrum

“The head go wit it”


Possesed & Whashisface vs Illmaculate & The Saurus - Battle 1

“Its the US bitch, we advocate war / and  our country is just arrogant enough to eradicate yours”


Fresco vs Kid Twist

“I'll pull the tool, leave a hole in you ... a perfect circle”


Don LadyII & Tori Doe vs Shooney Da Rapper & Phara Funeral

Highest viewed female rap battle in history


Fredo vs Lyraflip

“Look like Luigi touched ‘em a mushroom”


Conceited vs Tall T

The beginning of the Conceited phenomenon - R.I.P Tall T


Ness Lee vs The Saurus

So many great rebuttals in crunch time

Interview with Johnny Trash of 1Outs Australia

May 22, 2013, 12:12 am


The recent MYBattles event in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia was supposed to be the biggest Battle Rap event yet to happen in the country; International acts Flex Digits, Rebo Orange, Chase and King of The Dot’s Loe Pesci flew in for a close look at the battle scene in Malaysia. But with sponsors backing out, the lack of funds and more importantly lack of experience, MYBattles ‘The International Standard’ failed to live up to the hype.

Though his battle with Malaysia’s Bawss went off without much fanfare, we took the opportunity to talk to Johnny Trash, one of 1Outs Australia’s best, about battle rap, hard work, and his next opponent at 1Outs Avalanche event against King of the Dot’s highly rated 100 Bulletz.


HQ: First of all, thank you for doing this interview and the support you've shown man, we appreciate it.

JohnnyT: Yeah I’ve claimed my profile and the sites dope!

HQ: Thanks man! Ok, let’s start with the recent MYBattles event. The whole event and its shortcomings are now pretty well documented online, what was your take on the event?

JohnnyT: Well basically in the leading up to the event, all the details were quite loose and shady, myself, Flex (Flex Digits) and Chase all had discussed our concerns in the days leading up to leaving for MY, I myself hadn't put much prep in or anything because we had no idea what was going on from the beginning. I truly think that Zain believed it would all work out for us though, against all odds.


HQ: Was this your first event in Malaysia?

JohnnyT: This was the first time I had been out of Australia/New Zealand, I had previously battled in Auckland for 1Outs New Zealand, so had no idea what to expect from an event in Malaysia. I had seen previous MY events on YouTube, and from what I saw, it all looked legit.

HQ: What did u think of your opponent on the night?

JohnnyT: Bawss Hogg? Wow he was good. I expected him to step up, but the performance he put on was on a seriously high level, A few performance tweaks and it would have been on a high international level.

HQ: What was your take on the other matchups?

JohnnyT: I think the circumstances of the night and days even weeks leading up, took away from the international guests, Flex had been one of my favorites in Don't Flop since his battle with Sensa at least 2 years ago. Flex did good, it wasn't bad, just not the Flex you would see without all the bullshit happening behind the scenes.

Soul Ash had a strong performance, definitely had some unexpected charisma, I feel that the local battlers clearly had a home court advantage and not effected by the matters at hand. It's battlers like Baws Hogg and Soul Ash that makes me think there is a positive future for battling in Malaysia.

HQ: And what about Loco Spitta, who, I thought had nice intricate bars, and Rebo Orange, who didn’t have the best of nights..

JohnnyT: Loco Spitta had a nice clear delivery about him this performance, he has a thick Somalian accent, so it is hard for me to pick up what he is saying, but I could tell he really worked on having more accessible delivery. Rebo Orange, great dude, just wasn't prepared nerves wise more than anything, when things weren't going 100 percent for him; he lost sight of the bigger picture and struggled. It is a common thing for a first time battler.

HQ: Ash definitely stepped up to represent man, and Bawss is definitely someone to watch out for. So who are your favorite battlers out in Malaysia?

JohnnyT: No question, Bawss Hogg and Soul Ash, I would like to see them somehow battle in Melbourne someday, the home of 1Outs Australia. I know there are a few others like MC Stiff and Tactmatic, but by the sounds of it they are moving on from battles, making way for these new guys who are really hungry, and with the right guidance and development, have so much time and room to improve and reach their potential. I would include Loco Spitta in that as well after a couple more solid battles.

HQ: The way u guys handled yourselves were very professional on the night.

JohnnyT: That’s the thing about battle rap, i feel a lot of the fans think we just roll out of bed, say some shit that rhymes, and think it's a career, I look at battle rap as a career in the sense it's an important part of what i want to make of my life, where I want to go. You need to look at yourself and conduct yourself like a professional and you need to put in the hard work that any professional would in their chosen field.

The proof is there, if you watch my first battle with Mr. Virus from 3 years ago, back to when this style of battling was a new concept to me, and compare it to now with my last battle against Zain Azrai, you would think you were watching two different rappers from my performances, that is all hard work, countless hours of it.

HQ: I think the whole culture itself has developed because of hard work and dedication

JohnnyT: Yeah, it’s crazy what it has become in a few short years, I like to think sometimes 5 years from now, who knows what the buzz will be.

HQ: What would you like to see done different in the next MYBattle event?

JohnnyT: For MY battles to have life again, Zain needs to build a team around him to have input and actions to making an event a success, like with any successful league out there, there needs to be a team, not just one man doing everything. More care with timing and location needs to be considered also.

HQ: Is there anything u want to air out or say about the event?

JohnnyT: My firm stance on it... the event should have never gone ahead, it should have been cancelled or at the least postponed when the original sponsors pulled out, I’m glad I went and had the experience, but it should not have and did not need to happen like it did. But I believe Zain has started to compensate Loe Pesci, Flex Digits and myself for the whole thing, I have said for me to be reimbursed last, because well that’s just the status quo, I respect that and am cool with it.

HQ: Who are your favorite battlers worldwide?

JohnnyT : I started out really favoring performances from Carter Deems, Fresco, The Saurus, Mr Biscuit, now that I have a vast knowledge of battle rap, I would say my favorites are Conceited, QP, 100 Bulletz, Arsonal, the Smack style rappers, really anyone with crazy wordplay or crazy pop culture references, either one of those, and I'm a fan, shout outs to Tantrum and Madness as well though, two respectable vets, always got time to chop it up with me on Facebook, and I'm always following their work.

HQ: If you had the pick of anyone in the world, who would be your dream matchup?

JohnnyT: Now I feel very lucky because I think the answer to that is 100 Bulletz, the history and the clash of wordplay, just too good to pass up, not many battlers get their dream match ups, so I'm feeling lucky. But if i could duke it out with anyone else, either Pat Stay or Arsonal, I don’t know why, just those two names are the two I can’t choose between. Actually Pat Stay, Arsonal, Bender or Illmaculate, in no particular order, but those 4 are all dead even to me.

HQ: What can we expect in your battle with 100 bulletz?

JohnnyT: This battle with 100 Bulletz, I intend on putting more work than I ever have into a battle. On some level there will be a story to this battle that people will want to know. If I live up to my own hype, I feel this battle will be bar for bar, scheme for scheme and a crazy wordplay fest.

Headlining that same "Avalanche' card, is 1Outs is Charron vs Ilyak, both accomplished freestyle MCs. looking forward to that one, and I’m sure the rest of the card will be dope also.

HQ: Dope man, Avalanche is gonna be one hell of an event. Any shoutouts?

JohnnyT: Yeah, shout outs to 1Outs Battle League, for giving me the opportunity to do something I love. And the Hit The Fan family who I am working on my debut EP with, out sometime before I die, cheers!

HQ: Thanks man! Looking forward to the barfest that is 1Outs AVALANCHE, you and 100 Bulletz are gonna give us one hell of a show.


View Johnny Trash's previous battles on his Rapper Profile.

Haz Riq is a staff member located in Malaysia and carries a personal conviction to contribute to the battle rap scene worldwide as well as help the local scene in Malaysia every chance he gets.  He can be reached on his Twitter handle: @HazriqZ

1Outs AVALANCHE event details can be found here, and will continue to update the page as more information is released.

Rap Grid Cuts 003: Swave Sevah - 4 U Haterz

May 1, 2013, 6:10 pm


The latest joint in our Rap Grid Cuts series is "All U Haterz" from Swave Sevah.  His latest album Son Of A One Armed Man features Killer Mike, Sean Price, Ike P, Moe Dirdee, Quest McCody, Marv Won, P. Stacks, Chordz Cordero, Poison Pen, Nems, & Phase One, and it's available now on Rap Grid for just $9.99!

Click here to buy the full album Son Of A One Armed Man.


Ami Miller vs Gattas - Back Again

April 9, 2013, 11:08 pm


Following Grizzlemania 2, Grind Time had some of the biggest hype/anticipation for videos dropping that battle fans had ever seen.  In the midst of all this was the lone female match at the event, Ami vs Gattas.  It was one of the fastest growing female battles in history, reaching 150,000 views in a week on youtube alone.  Ami went on to have a successful and heavily promoted battle run on BET, while Gattas’ popularity started shooting through the roof.  Unfortunately, disagreements between both parties led to the battle being erased from the internet all together.  Fortunately, I had it this whole time.  Enjoy!

Rap Grid Cuts 001: Cortez - No Talkin' feat. D. Chamberz

April 9, 2013, 7:50 pm


Today we're debuting Rap Grid Cuts - a series of music releases we created to spotlight some of the best music battle rap has to offer.  The first installation features a classic BK joint from Cortez and D. Chamberz entitled "No Talkin'" from Cortez' album The Exception.


Click here to buy the full album The Exception.


Meek Mill & Murda Mook 20k Battle Pic!

April 8, 2013, 2:48 am



Meek Mill just posted this image via Instagram.  After the whole deal between him and Cassidy, it would be real dope to see Meek in the ring. They are probably just playing, but its a dope picture! Who do you guys think would win?


Business As (Un)usual

April 6, 2013, 8:35 pm





Five years ago, my lawyer said one simple sentence to me that I'll never forget, “Choose whether this is a business or hobby -- it can’t be both.”

From this time on, the powers that be in battle rap have been wracking their brains trying to figure out how to turn a hobby we are so passionate about into a successful business.  For the record, I don’t necessarily agree with my lawyer’s statement, but I can see where it comes from.  Maybe this is the psychology involved in preparing people to make tough business decisions, which brings me to an interesting question, is it right to turn battle rap into a business?

When I look at battle rap I see a gold mine, a potential multi-million dollar industry.  I also see a bunch of individuals working hard creating leagues or micro managing business behind the scenes of this “industry” either not making money or barely breaking even.  Then, I think about the fans.  How would they feel if the videos they have been getting for free suddenly started costing money?  Is there a compromise between the battle and business worlds outside of live events?  Many people within the culture look to me for insight on this situation, but this is a topic that generally leaves me stumped.  Then came Rap Grid.

At first, Rap Grid was a good idea, but lately its turned into a reality.  After speaking with many excited leagues, we have decided to introduce the world of battle rap to On Demand and Pay Per View content.  Think about the life cycle of movie distribution: theatres, dvd, media streaming services, paid cable subscriptions, and (maybe) basic cable.  All these outlets exist to at least make sure primary investors see a return on the back end.  Battle rap has no such structure.  When I see people complaining about why millionaires don’t invest in battle rap, its because there is no guaranteed return on their investments; hence, we need a stronger business system.  Of course, battle rap can’t have the same cycle as a movie (at least for now), but it has to grow from this non profitable system of “venue-to-youtube.”

On Demand and Pay Per View services will bring a better return to business investors and emcees not considered top tier will have an opportunity to be paid higher for their performances.  This ultimately may mean a longer wait for free content, but would result in a raise in quality and faster turnaround times.

Lotta Zay vs Daylyt was the perfect battle to launch our On Demand service.  It was close, the screenshot was intriguing, and fans are arguing over who rightfully won.  We appreciate Logic and iBattle’s trust in our vision and all of the fan’s who have purchased the match.  Both emcees are personal friends of mine that represent an entire wave of artists who don’t have the same opportunities as these “top tier” names.  The result is top level performers being underpaid and the companies that struggle to fund these matches taking a loss.  This is a chance for everything to change.

- Drect


Ness Lee Weighs In On His Battle With Shotty Horroh

March 14, 2013, 2:31 am



Often, after battle rappers give an underwhelming performance or don't meet crowd standards for a highly anticipated matchup, people assume they fell off or were busy dealing with personal issues during preparation.  This isn't always the case - sometimes there are uncontrolable elements that take away from a battler's live performance, thus these elements spill over to the online crowd.  RapGrid reached out to Ness Lee after his King Of The Dot battle with Shotty Horroh debuted to share some of this thoughts with battle fans. This is what he had to say:

"I woke up this morning like, “I’m never battling another white rapper b.”  Someone has to say it ... some of the white battlers have certain fans that are the absolute worst.  I’ve never gotten ONE intruding inbox, tweet, e-mail etc. from a black, or otherwise, battler’s fan.  No racism...its just true. It happens every single time i battle one of the white homies.  Some dummy hit me and cursed me out for robbing TheSaurus.  Smh.  Aside of all that though b, end day I’m trying to be the MLK of this rap game.  I’ll continue to do what i please, battle who I please, and get high calibre match ups.  Now on to this classic with my good friend, Shotty Horroh:


I can’t call it b, I’m signing autographs all crazy. I signed shoes, hats, shirts, cleavage, forearms ... dawg, I signed a good 20 autographs so I’m in there on some kind of high thinking folks rock with me.  Until they did an introduction reel on the jumbotron and nobody said anything on my part.  I brushed it off and swagged my way through the building again.


Shotty and I entered the ring not even 10 seconds after KOTD announced that Drake was in the building. Seemed like there was a never ending buzz in the building from that point on.  I figured I’d to the old “Apollo move”.  Y’all youngins won’t get the reference, but back in the day on Apollo if you wore a Jesus shirt you got extra points and the crowd gave you more mercy.  So Organik leads me in and i do my intro......”Ness Lee, I Am The South, ATLien Workshop.....and its OFFICIAL ... I SIGNED A RECORD DEAL!”  Audience gives me nothing. Word to big bird the crowd bodied me worse than the house fire did.  Organik leads Shotty in, and no jokes, Shotty said nothing, raised his arms and the building went coconuts.  Word to my grandmoms couch my g, I saw 5 cheerleaders form a pyramid.  At this point I was heated at the 20 autographees for not saying anything.  I got a few reactions during my rounds but nothing like my previous visit.  When I would end a verse folks would start screaming “SHOTTYYYY”.  Tis what it tis, i’m a performer right?


Wrong.  I let that intro take my soul.  I battle everywhere solo.  I only have 2 home battles out of 17.  Five in new york.  Three of those they weren’t messing witcha boy.  But I got through my rounds and went through with it on some gladiator shit.  No idea why on this night I let it get to me but it did and I underperformed as a result.  Not getting any reaction for what i felt like was my meanest punchline had me thinking.  If u know like I know, you never think in a battle.  I choked and lost as a result.  A lot of people still feel I won.  Content-wise I do as well, my bars is cray.  But this is a performance art.  Its not boxing.  Boxing is a sport.  You can lose every round and knock that boy out in the end and emerge victorious.  Not battling.  If you choke you lose. Was there a bias?  Clearly.  I dont believe it was against me.  I do believe it was for him.  He has more fans period.  Was the crowd turrible?  Indeed.  Its twice the crowd KOTD is used to and most of them aren't hard core battle fans.  I’m sure Shotty was affected by the aura in the room as well. Why would we both underperform in front of one of our favorite artists? Had we seen the same Shotty that vs’d Arsonal i would have lost badly. Que sera sera.  End day ... Shotty is one of the top 3 rappers in this whole thang and we have big respect for one another.  My point you ask?  New Ness song/video ft Shotty Horroh, Nino Bless, & Grafh coming soon heaux.  And never depend on a crowd.  A true performer goes in and performs as planned as if he were still in practice mode.  A reaction is just an addition.  This has been another installment of  

severely yours

Bad Good Guy






Battle Rappers Can Make Music - Support The Marketplace

March 12, 2013, 8:51 pm

(Above Image: Cortez/Hollow Da Don: Copy & Paste music video)

When our staff first sat down to discuss EBA (Elite Battling Association) and, we decided its important to work exclusively with battlers we know make good music and are striving to have as big of an impact with their albums, mixtapes, EPs, etc. as they do with their battle videos.

Emcees like Dumbfoundead, Serius Jones, and Soul Khan have managed to break the mold and promote themselves outside of the battle rap world and thus, end up making guest appearances on popular radio stations and TV shows, as well as touring successfully.  This is great, but not everyone has the business savvy, know-how or connections as the few who have broke the mold.

Enter the Marketplace: A place where emcees plugged into our network can actively promote and sell their projects while fans watch their battles.  We serve as an iTunes tailored towards the battle community.  In the near future I would like to establish a library of all battle rappers mixtapes and provide a download section similar to something seen on popular sites like Datpiff and LiveMixtapes.

We are entering a new age: battle rappers CAN make music - you just have to give these guys a listen and decided what you like best.  With battle rap at its peak, everyone has thrown a foot in the ring - some to even promote their music.

Since the site has gone live, we have featured albums and singles from: Hollow Da Don, Illmaculate and Swave Sevah.  On (at least) a bi-weekly basis we will be looking to actively promote more battle rappers with paid projects and merchandise.

Check out "The Exception" from Cortez, which dropped exclusively on RapGrid today:

More projects from artists such as Marvwon and Head Ice are on the way soon.  If are an emcee with some projects you would like to drop exclusively on RapGrid, please email us at [email protected].

Please support music from your favorite battle rappers, they have provided us with hours of free entertainment over the years - its time to give back: the future of our community exists solely on the growth of our people.

- Drect

Dose vs Math Hoffa: A Rematch of Epic Proportions

March 10, 2013, 11:46 pm



Dose vs Math Hoffa: A Rematch of Epic Proportions

As I literally sit here and ready myself to watch one of my personal most anticipated battles of the year, I pause a second ...

I often pause before watching battles to reflect on the comments and opinions I have heard from people at the live events as well as twitter comments from both emcees involved.  This allows me to watch the battle from another angle: a comparative one, in which I find myself often asking "how true is the information i've heard?"

If you aren't aware of their history, here is a quick breakdown:

- Dose raps first and says like memorable line, "Click clack BOOM! Turn his dome to a stadium"

- Math has the most reaction to an opening statement in battle history with, "I was supposed to battle T-Rex, but he was scared ..."

- Math raps for a minute or two, and Dose gets to close to Math's face

- Math says, "yo son get out my face son"

- Dose gives him a crazy look and says something

- Math punches Dose and pandemonium breaks out

- Math ends up becoming a underground celeb and the clip even ends up on tv a few times

You can watch the first match here:


I was always one of those people who thought Math was dope in his first round against Dose (up until the punch at least.)  Lines like, "The only thing he ever squeezed was his feet in his little brothers shoes" always stuck out to me as classics.  As time went on and the battle community grew, it became apparent that a lot of fans think Dose killed Math, who in turn punched Dose in an act of desperation to escape the potential embarassemtn of losing a battle.

From both knowing Math personally and observing his actions from a fans point of view, there is no way in A MILLION years that he: a. Thought he was loosing & b. Punched Dose to escape the battle.

After years of hearing that he would lose if him and Dose rematched, Math probably just got annoyed and agreed to rematch for the fans.  And here we have it; J Dose vs Math Hoffa - THE REMATCH:

I am watching this battle literally as I type, so I thought i'd try something new and share my personal thoughts while enjoying the video:

- I wonder who owns (lol)

- I wonder if people know that the voice in the beginning of these intro videos are Beasley (lol once more)

- I like Math's opening statement ... oh shit, "He still look like a sucka" wow that was worse than the Hollow fake handshake.  If that was on stage ... SMH

- Damn i knew Dose lost on 106th once (the footage is online) but three times?  I didn't know you could get on the show that much

- I like how Math is revisiting his original verse and micing it with new material.  A lot of classic lines

- "I should start this off by knocking you the fuck out!" lmfao @ Dose intro

- The whole "myself" thing is hot, but Dose gotta earn the crowd respect

- Math scheme is hot

- Aaron Rodgers line was tight

- Whew! Dose talkin about his rehabilation

- Dose swaggin out!  Crowd feeling him.  This is getting interesting

- "Breath so hot his mic need a sweatband" lmfao Dose got jokes

- "When i shoot u goin need a vest on a vest!"

- You can argue that Dose won Round 1 - he did more with his flow, but he isn't calm and poised like Math because its his first battle.  I also didn't like how Dose ended, but it seemed like Dose went a little longer.  Ill call the Round a tie for now because im pushing for Dose to do good.  I want to see a good match!

- Math dancing is HILARIOUS

- Lol Math is flipping Dose's verse from the first battle

- Amy Winehouse line was real good

- "His name is dos, so u gotta battle him twice" lolololol

- "Just because i punch was sucker doesnt mean it was a sucka punch" - idk if Dose can come back from this second round

- Dose has some of the most creative "defeat/da feet" line but I dont know how I feel about it

- Dose saying a lot of ill wordplay without too many punchlines, but I think people are feeling it "windmill/huge fan" line was tough

- I don't like Dose bringing back the lines, I think he should just rap and let people get it

- Math won round two.  Dose is saying dope stuff, but he needs to develop his style a little more for this era

- 1st 45 seconds of Math's 3rd round is perfect

- "Die from one round, but they'll still say its a 3-0 ... Doctor and lawyer in the house ... Theo" that whole rhyme scheme has Math pulling ahead clearly

- Dose just laughed at the T-Rex line and mad a strange face.  Well ... that was weird lol I wonder if anyone else caught that (24:30)

- Math basically dared Dose to punch him back this time.  That part was real dope.  Great 3rd Round from Math

- They way Dose is breaking down what Math is in the first match is dope - kind of like poetry.  I wish he slowed it down and articulated it more.  Live it might not have been super crazy, but online its ill.

- That line Dose had about "adapt to the ER" was TOUGH

- Dose has A LOT of crazy rhymes on paper

- "Walk inside the Louie store, they like, 'The mamakin is moving' ... oh u mad cause im stylin' on you?" - haha

- Second part of Dose's 3rd Round was real good - a lot of personality

All in all, good battle for the fans.  I don't know if URL plans on having Dose back, but I would like to see how his style develops over time - he has all the elements of being a dope battle rapper.  I have always said this, but I think Math is one of the top 5 battle rappers of all time and he is just going to continue to prove it over and over again.

*Signing Out*

- Drect