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Battle Rap News


September 4, 2014, 8:00 pm

Image by Rehab Regime






By Aak


How many times has the most anticipated battle on the card been the least interesting to the live crowd and thus, the home viewers?  Off the top of my head (like a “pre-buttle”) I can think of Hollow vs Hitman and Mook vs Solomon, but trust me, unless Drect has a top “100 Disappointing Battles” joint coming out, there are too many to name.  Fight cards save their headline matchups till last and everybody stays as hype as they can be; the same goes for live concerts and such.  So, what’s to blame for this recurring problem in battle rap?  The answer: politics ... as usual.  And if you’re like Peter Griffin, then casually writing the title of the blog inside this article just got this shit popping for you.


What’s Causing All This

For starters, apparently, punctuality isn’t one of the four fucking elements of Hip Hop. When I say “Hip-Hop,” you say “On Time.”  Hip Hop … You were late with the response, my dude.  “Real Nigga Time” knows no bounds and plagues every damn battle rap show, of which I’ve been apart, or, simply, attended.  When the Crowd has to wait in line for hours, then has to wait for the first battle for hours, and then has to wait for what adds up to hours between battles, it becomes understandable that they get impatient.  Said impatience leads them to be more ornery and less easy to please, i.e. booing set ups and heckling the slightest stumbles, which contributes to them leaving before the very Main Event they waited damn near all day to see.  Battle rap event organizers need to make the experience more enjoyable to the 100’s in attendance and the 1000’s watching around the world.  Massacre of The Bay (MOB,) I believe, tried to bring in body painting and a petting zoo and shit, but one needs to only look towards the recent Total Slaughter event to see how shortening the lull can keep a live crowd’s energy and attention.  And no, you don’t need Sway screaming “We have a battle, ladies and gentlemen!” while one MC is getting his ass kicked.  No, we don’t need DJ Hates Post-Y2K-Rap playing Aesop Rock for 45 minutes in between bathroom breaks.  All you need is punctuality.  Keep things moving briskly and shit will pay off for you in the end. People didn’t’ leave during Hollow’s battle versus Hitman because it was whack, they left because niggas were sleepy … Hollow (Joe Budden line.)  Granted, the battle wasn’t the greatest ever, but half of those whom left before it was over, left before it ever even started.  The other half stayed just long enough to ensure they could hear themselves booing on youtube without having to fast forward too far.  All that standing around is uncomfortable as hell and will lead to the battlers losing something from the crowd - ask Danny Myers.


Give Them Bullets Room To Breathe

I’m going to keep this short and to the point like n-ash (that’s nash!)  Stop putting so many fucking battles on the card.  Ever heard of the law of diminishing returns?  Basically, if I can plagiarize without a law suit, the law is a concept in economics that states, “If one factor of production (number of battles on a card, for example) is increased while other factors (average attention span and the length of time it takes for Danny Myers to get comfortable by taking off his Jordans, for example) are held constant, then the output per unit of the variable factor will eventually diminish.”  I say that to say this: too much of a good thing makes that thing bad, eventually.  If your big event has too many battles to fit the flyer, (Slaughterhouse gon be there) then you may need to scale it back a bit.  Every card doesn’t have to be every match you can possibly imagine.  Spread the love and make each card special throughout the year.  You know why Boxing Cards usually have 4 fights or less on the PPV?  Because they understand that you don’t fill them clips too high; give them bullets room breathe. (he said it, he said it.)  Damn, where was I… Yeah, the crowd would be a lot more excited for the main event if they didn’t have to go through 9 main events.  Is it “Night of Main Events” or “Night of Booing the Shit out of Battlers?”  Look at How many battles were on the undercard for Hollow vs Lux.  Look at how many were on Total Slaughter.  Despite the online experience (those in charge of Total Slaughter underestimated the amount of buys, the event would get - it was a staggering amount,) Total Slaughter and Hollow vs Lux were pretty damn successful events with which most who attended had no problem.  I believe that’s in part due to the short list of undercard battles; in conjunction with timely event proceedings (in the case of Total Slaughter.)


Mr. Fix It

We know that Less is more and timing is everything, (and it seems to be the key) but also, I think these leagues should get creative with the line-ups.  We all know that most undercard battles can steal the show and despite what the view count says, most of the undercard battlers are well known by the battle rap fan base, so why not switch it up? Put your main event on third.  Shit, put it on first.  Why not?  Why wait till the crowd is all “mmmm’d” out and already heard the reference to some current event in someone’s punch 3 times?  I’ve been battling and attending events for about 6 or 7 years and the one thing I’ve noticed is that the first battle gets crazy reaction, no matter how whack it is or who is in it.  Go back to all URL’s Summer Madness or NOME cards and I bet, more often than not, it was said (or tweeted) that the first battle on the card was “CRAZY.”  In Grind Time, they would have “try out” battles that got 25 views on youtube, but, live, the audience could have convinced you that Zeus was battling the Titans with all the reaction.  This is a direct result to them still being excited and the long-ass wait to start had them “fiending” for someone to hypothetically pull some caliber of gun and kill someone else creatively.  With that in mind, imagine if an event started at 4pm, was over by 8pm and the 5 battles on the card were, in fact, “CRAZY.”  Damn, there’s some money to be made around here.


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Legend of the Fall-Offs: Why a return to battle rap isn't for everyone

September 2, 2014, 8:27 pm

Image by Rehab Regime






By Dutch Vega


Most rappers don't want to admit when their time is up.  They don't even realize it most times.  That's because most people once in a position of power or popularity, surround themselves with yes-men who aren't willing to tell these artists the truth about themselves.  The legend of the fall off's is probably one of the scariest legends that exists because eventually, EVERYONE falls the fuck off.  Not to be sensationalist but even fucking Michael Jackson fell the fuck off.  Feel how you want to about that sentence but its TRUE!  I remember the year before MJ died - NONE of you mofuckas gave a flying fuck about Mike and the music he was releasing, but SOON as he DIED?!?!  Y’all were falling all over each other trying to show your "appreciation" ... foh b.


Battle rap fanatics are some of the most illogical misinformed group of niche fans to ever exist.  I've heard battle rap fans say some of the most illogical shit EVER.  Battle rap super fanatics believe all sorts of imaginary fairy tales.  They're like religious people to me (but hey this is about battle rap, so let me not get religion involved.)  Battle rap fans SWORE that because once upon a time Canibus was a dope rapper that somehow would translate to him being a good battle rapper.  Now that the "Tom Cruise Mom's Shoes" moment is behind us, its easy for TONS of you to say, "Oh I knew that was going to happen."  AFTER THE FACT, after it happened anyone can say that.  I have been saying that shit.  I said it about Canibus, I said it about Joe Budden, I'm SAYING IT NOW about Cassidy and even to a certain degree about Fredro Starr and Keith Murray.


ITS NOT JUST THEM!  O-solo, Reed Dollaz, Madchild - the list goes on and on and on.  Battle rap in the '10's isn't as easy as it was back in 90s.  Trust me, I've done both.  That is the main difference between battle rap fanatics who don't actually shit about this culture and guys like me, who leaked over from the streets of NYC battle rapping back in the 90s to this present era.  You guys think that because Joe Budden is in Slaughterhouse that somehow he would be different from Canibus. There are Joey fans out there still pretending ya boy was actually doing "ok." BAHAHA I won’t quote him, but (he had) so much shitty material.  Such a shitty PERFORMANCE of said shitty material, such shitty DELIVERY on top of shitty PERFORMANCE on top of shitty material.  You want ME to give THAT bullshit props?!  If he actually got paid 200k or whatever silly, "I'm gonna say i'm getting paid an astronomical number so that it negates when i'm losing and doing horribly" number he said he got paid??!?!  That shit was a WASTE of money.  (Hey Eminem if you're reading this, next time save ya Slaughterhouse boys the embarrassment in the eyes of those of us who actually KNOW what's happening and just pay them that money out right and save ya boys the public humiliation.)  On another note, Joey is so used to being embarrassed, does it even count?  Can you actually embarrass someone who isn't embarrassed by ANYTHING!?  I digress.



My real point?  Y’all need to STOP wanting to see washed up rappers and battle rappers of the past in this present setting.  Cassidy is going to get WASHED by Dizaster (as badly as Canibus?  Probably not, but it will still be bad, and Cassidy fans will pretend he wasn't "THAT bad," same as Joe Budden’s fans.)  I fully believe Keith Murray is going to win that battle vs Fredro Starr and I am curious to see future events and endeavors from MC War (I would have preferred to watch Black Rob vs Keith Murray which was the original battle, but I'll watch Fredro get washed up too.)  That battle doesn't have me excited, I highly doubt its going to be “a classic."


Why?  Because, it's a waste of money, time and resources.  Its just an outright WASTE.  Most of the modern day “classics” that have come about in the past few years do not involve an old rapper who is no longer signed to a major label or some battle rapper from the "golden era" coming back and getting washed in the modern era.  Honestly, name me ONE of these situations where you brought in some 90s rapper or some battle rapper from the pre-youtube era of battling and it was a CLASSIC?  I'll wait ... YOU CANT!  Some guys did ok: Mac Lethal proved he can do pretty fucking good, but that's the EXCEPTION, not the RULE.  THE RULE IS: Washed up rapper gets paid MAD money to fumble around and put on a half-assed performance while the super fans pretend like it WASN'T the body that it WAS.  The real fans are disappointed, the battle rap community gets raped by said washed up rapper, some angel investor is jaded after said shitty performance, and the battle rap movement is no closer to this pinnacle we're trying to reach!


But that ain't really none of my business.  [sips tea]  If the superfans and uninformed angel investors want to WASTE, both time and money (two incredibly valuable resources) then go right ahead.  I'll just be sitting here, sipping my tea and saying "I TOLD YOU SO" after every attempt at the same exact broken idea/system of, "Lets bring in ‘such and such’ to do something COMPLETELY OUTSIDE of their comfort zone."  YEAH!  That’s gonna be the "winning formula."  Surely, that will be the move that catapults battle rap to the forefront of the mainstream.  Don't even get me started on that whole desire to see battle rap on a mainstream level - personally, I know better than that shit, but that's another article for another time.  For now, I'm just gonna get my "I TOLD YOU SO” ready for Dizaster vs Cassidy and Fredro Starr vs Keith Murray.



Paragraphs Vega


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Rap Grid Exclusive: On The Fly With DNA

September 2, 2014, 1:03 am

Image by Rehab Regime




By Nettie McFly


DNA is the youngest veteran in the history of battle rap.  If you've followed his career, you’ve witnessed DNA go from rapidly climbing the tiers of battle rap, to coming to a stand still in his career and losing his footing; just to return again with a new focus and desire to redeem himself.  Not only is DNA considered a battler in the genre of Hip Hop, he’s also a battler in life.  Everything from the passing of his father to his missing tooth, and countless references about his mother being handicapped have been used against him as “personals.”  We’ve all witnessed DNA take each battle with a grain of salt and rise to the occasion when majority ruled against him in his career.  What his opponents intended to be damaging to his career has helped propel DNA to what he is today.  True or false, DNA has not let anything stand in his way of becoming “the best to ever do it.”  Check out my latest installment of On The Fly as I sit down with the Queens,NY native and see what he has to say about his music career, family, battle career and “the culture” as I get to chopping some fables.


Nettie McFly: You just battled ILL Will at NOME 4 and the fans have mixed reviews about the battle.  Some people felt like in the building that was one of your best performances, but some fans think otherwise.  Why do you think that is?


DNA: I’m going to be honest.  Live, I feel like I bodied ILL Will I killed him, I destroyed him. On camera … I definitely feel like I won, but I don’t think it was the same feeling that it was in the building.  I don’t think it’s a body on camera but it is a clear win for me.


Do you mind giving a brief analysis on the battle?


The third round is debateable, But I don’t feel like ILL Will said anything too crazy in his third round.  I just feel like after I beat him the first two rounds, my aggression and me trying to kill him went away so I didn’t spit my third round like I could’ve because I felt like I already won. So that’s why it’s up for debate.  But If you go off what I was saying and what he was saying you can see it was a 3-0 for me.  I don’t think it was a body, I just think it was a clear win.


So why do you think the battle fell short on camera?


For people who don’t go to live events, if you’re there, you’ll never understand why certain shit is crazy in the building because you’re not there to experience that energy.  So you might feel like, “Why did they go crazy for that?”  I remember at NOME 3 people were saying, “Why would people go crazy when he said the old DNA is back?”  But If you were in the building, everyone was expecting me to come out with the tooth, when I don’t come out with it.  It’s crazy live because you’re in that moment and you’re seeing it happen.  So certain shit like that could be crazy live and not on camera.


That makes sense.  Speaking of your tooth, why did you decide to go from getting a replacement to taking it back out again?


When I battled Tech 9, he just came off the battle with Midwest Miles, so people felt like he was unbeatable.  I felt like it was hard to beat him.  I felt like if I got my tooth back, it would take away his ammunition from his arsonal.  What people don’t know is, I lost my tooth 4 days before NOME3, so I was like, “Damn I need to come up with something to say” because I couldn't find my tooth [chuckles] so that’s how I came up with “ The Old DNA is Back.”  It really was an accident that turned out to be a good thing. [smiles]


What are your thoughts on fans who judge battles based off viewing it on footage only as opposed to attending actual events?


If you are a true battle rap fan, you have to go to a battle live.  I don’t respect nobody who say they a true battle rap fan and don’t go live.  That’s not for you to say what’s gassed and what’s not.  You’ll just experience the experience live yourself and you’ll understand how certain shit does not convey on camera like it does live, you’ll have to experience it by going to live events yourself.


You were on fire live and you’re energy was at an all time high.  I literally saw you when  you walked off stage.  Do you remember what you said to me?


[laughs] Nah what I say?


You came up to me and said “Yeah, now what you gonna say in your blogs now?”


[laughs] I was just in the moment.  Mad people was saying I was gonna lose.


Yeah ... But I wasn’t one of them!


My fault.  You said I be corny in my battles though.  In the review you did of my battle with Prez Mafia.


I said sometimes, but I still gave you the win.  I never said you weren’t talented though.

Some footage was released on Rapgrid of you and Lotta Zay’s brother, Lance, backstage after your battle at NOME 4.  In the footage Lance had the same kind of sentiments.  Can you elaborate on that?


You know what’s crazy?  (I’m not trying to be funny.)  It feels like certain people can be your close homie and start generating some type of envy.


What do you mean?


When I first came into Grind Time, I was cool with Lance and Lotta.  When I recorded my first mixtape, Lotta Zay was featured on a track he sang on the hook, everything was cool.  Then one day I turn on a VLAD interview, and seen him saying “DNA is in my bottom five, DNA’s trash, DNA’s this, DNA’s that.  Prior to that, he called me out on Twitter a couple of times.  It just came out of nowhere.  We was cool but not real close to the point of any of this would hurt me or anything.  I was just more taken back and thought it was funny because it really came out of nowhere.


Why do you feel like Lotta Zay came at you the way he did?


I don’t know if he felt like I’m really trash, or if he knows I’m one of the top tiers who would give somebody a shot.  I gave Prez Mafia a shot because I think he’s talented, he has potential.  So I don’t know if he felt calling me out was going to get him a battle.  It’s crazy because out of nowhere (Lotta Zay) and Lance started making Facebook posts, Twitter posts really saying I’m trash.  [Chuckles] It’s funny.


Are you still open to battling Lotta Zay?  In the footage you said you would.


No disrespect to Lotta But I don’t have to battle him, it’s not like i’m going to gain anything.  It’s only going to help him.  Since him and Lance was talking like this i’m cool with whoever wants to set it up.  We can do it.  I did a vlog talking about that.  It got like twenty-thousand views.  No one has called me yet.  That’s what I be saying.  I’m not gonna call around trying to get it set up.  It’s not something high on my agenda.  I have other people in mind that
I’m focused on battling.  But if any league wants to set it up, we can do it.


Who are you focused on battling?


Murda Mook.  I’m trying to battle Mook.  To be honest, I started watching battles because of SMACK, Mook and Loaded Lux.  I feel (Mook) is a pioneer, his style has rubbed off on so many people.  He’s one of the reasons why battle rap is where it’s at today.  Salute to him for that.


Why are you so adamant about battling Mook?


It’s a respect thing.  I grew up watching Mook so I want to test my skills.  It’s like a dude who loves playing ball watches Jordan his whole career and when he finally gets a chance to join the NBA and Jordan is still playing he wants to challenge him.  Why not?


Some Fans don’t think this would be a good match up.  Other’s feel you aren’t “worthy”  how do you feel about that?


I don’t understand how they can feel that way after all the shit I’ve done in my career.  Some fans feel like I’m wack, some felt it wouldn’t be good because of Mook’s battle with Iron Solomon.  I think if we are both on our A game it will make for a good battle. Mook is known for breaking down his opponents.  I do that too mixed with the punchlines so it will make a great battle.


Is Battle Rap your main focus, or do you hope it will propel you into mainstream music?


Battle Rap is growing as the days go on, it’s reaching it’s peak.  You got dudes like Joe
Budden battling Hollow, so who’s to say these other (mainstream) dudes won’t jump in the ring?  Nowadays, music isn’t doing too good, labels are closing.  There’s really no more A&R’s right now so you have to build your fan base off an independent market.  Right now i’m able to eat off Hip Hop; battle rap.  I’m able to take care of everyday living like bills and what not.


I want you to clear something up.  A lot of people have been wondering about your Mother … Is she actually handicapped or is it a rumor?


It started When I battled Big T.  In the battle I said my Mom is disabled.  What I meant by that was not that she’s crippled, not that she’s handicapped, not that she has one arm or anything. All it was is that my Mom has back trouble - that’s it.  That’s like saying If I injured my wrist or leg i’m disabled.  People took that and decided to use it as an angle to try and beat me so they added on to it and went extra with it.  My mom is fine she walks, she talks and everything is all good.


How did you and Charlie Clips meet?


I was battling on Grind Time battle league in 2009 and Clips and Tay Roc battled in April of that year, I remember because i battle this one dude named Loe Pesci and I lost due to the judges decision.  Some people felt like I was robbed and I was upset.  Clips was at the battle and I was like man I’m about to quit this battle shit or go to Lionz Den (Loaded Lux’s League) and Clips was like “Nah just when you battle again next time go harder.”  So fast forward, I see Clips a few events after that.  I battle Rich Dolarz and people felt I won the battle and Clips was there.  Prior to that battle I went to Block Work Recording Studios with Zoe, Fred The Godson, Ock, (shout outs to them) and Clips was there recording his mixtape.  So I came through to the session and when Clips was freestyling Cortez said jokingly, “DNA will kill you in a battle Clips” and Clips was like, “Never” so Clips and I battled for like seven rounds.  I think Clips edged it off of one rebuttal, but everybody was like, “Yo DNA almost beat you Clips.”  Me and Clips became wild cool after that.


People seem to hate the fact that you're labeled a Veteran at such a young age.  Why do you think some people won't give you your “just dues?”


I’m only 23 and people who are battle fans majority of them are a lot older, so I think they unknowingly look at me with envy because i’m so young and accomplished so much.  Some of my fellow battle rappers that are older than me may feel the same way.  I have battled out the country, done performed on some of the biggest platforms in front of some of the biggest celebrities, so they feel some kind of way about it.  They feel like I done so much in such a short amount of time and some of them haven’t gotten as far, so the age thing bothers them.


You have some of the most influential celebrity fans.  You have people from Kevin Durant and Ginuwine to Drake. How do you feel about that?


Having people you may have looked up to kind of rocking with you is a cool thing.  But i mean if they not giving me no bread ... well.. let me rephrase that because it’s not about the bread.  If they are not giving me an opportunity or offering another avenue where I can excel in my career then them being fans don't mean much.  Not to say its not a cool thing, I just feel a lot of them fear what they don’t understand so they look at us battle rappers like our music isn't pushing so why rock with them.  Some feel threatened because of our talent, so I feel like they just dont do anything at all.


Didn’t Ginuwine do a song with you?


Yeah don’t get it twisted.  Him, KD, and Drake all showed me love.  I’m not talking about them.  I'm talking about other celebrity and mainstream artist who are fans.  Ginuwine put on Twitter he was a battle rap fan.  I reached out to him and he agreed to do a track with me. Drake seen me in clubs, gave me tickets to his shows, showed wild love and gave me $1500 to battle and KD got on a track too.  I gotta say Ginuwine is genuinely one of the realest people to reach out.


So who is Eric … Not DNA, but Eric?


Man I’m just a dude from Queens who faced a lot of adversity in his life and overcame it every time.  From my Pops passing away when I was 9, from My Grand Father passing away when I was 12, my Moms struggling to pay bills, my Grandmother having issues.  I don’t let life knock me down.  That’s how you get to know me on camera from my battles I speak on some of these things and I use battle rap as a way to get out my anger.  Life is too short to let it knock you down.  Off camera in general I’m a real funny guy.  If you let the negativity in life be your focus then your life will be negative.


On an average day what do you do?


Nothing too crazy.  I’m not making wild bread yet so no riding helicopters going to islands and stuff.  But when i’m not battling, simple stuff: working out, checking on my Grandmother and my Moms seeing family.  I’m not gonna lie though, I be in the casinos a lot.  Remember last year when i was taking all those battles back to back?  The casino got me man … word.


Do you have anything else you want to say?


Yeah man, shout out to Nettie McFly and shout out to Drect and Rap Grid - one.


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Don't Flop USA Announced

September 1, 2014, 4:55 pm


Eurgh speaks on Grime Clashes, Shotty Vs Tony, Don't Flop USA & 6BW.  The event is headed has been organized by Sonny Bamboo and Syd Vicious.

Revealed Battles

Eurgh vs John John The Don

Ogmious vs QP (SONS)

Impact vs Brixx Belvedere

Jonny Storm vs Snow


Apparently, there are also 4 mystery battles.


Charron's Debut Album "Lied To My Face" Drops 9/30

August 31, 2014, 5:55 pm


Ottawa based battle rapper Corey Charron has announced a release date for his debut album entitled "Lied To My Face" of Sept 30, 2014.

Charron has received international recognition as one of the worlds top "Battle Rappers" (think Eminem's 8 Mile) after being the 1st Canadian to win the BET (Black Entertainment TV) show "Freestyle Friday's" in March 2013 as well as winning battles against the world's best over the past year in Australia, England, Sweden, The Phillippines, US & Canada.

Charron has also toured Canada opening for legends Method Man & Redman as well as Ghostface Killah in the past year.


"Lied To My Face" features guest appearances from the likes of Crooked I of Slaughterhouse, Madchild, Snak The Ripper, Merkules & more.


For a sample of Charron's lead single "Long Way 2 Go" click here:


"Lied To My Face" will available on Itunes for pre-sale on Sept 16 & then available for release Sept 30 exclusively through Itunes courtesy of Fontana North.


For more info on Charron:

Twitter: @charronkotd


D. Chamberz Doesn't Give a F*CK about Cassidy VS Dizaster! Do You?

August 30, 2014, 7:48 pm


D. Chamberz stops by the SprevdTheWord office to express his feelings on Cassidy VS Dizaster as well as to speak on some new personal business ventures.

Big T, Okwerdz & Young Collage - All The Time

August 30, 2014, 7:37 pm

Dizaster on TMZ

August 28, 2014, 6:55 pm

$50K to battle?!?!?  Nigga we made it!



August 28, 2014, 5:39 pm


In 2012 my life became VERY hectic (see here,) I was all over the place.  Ultimately, I ended up turning to blogging about battle rap and other urban stuff as a release from everything crazy in my world.  About 200,000 views and 20 blogs later, I had a little rep as a journalist; I write the only long ass blogs most people that follow me on twitter care to read.


This isn’t another long ass blog; i’m just here to tell you that i’m back.  Better yet, WE’RE back.  I am determined to RapGrid to have a consistent/insightful blog, even if I have to do it all by myself.


That being said, if you want to write for us or have something for the blogroll (music, videos, etc.) email [email protected] :)


- @Drect

Gattas Reveals 3rd Round For E-Hart

July 27, 2014, 10:23 pm


“Thanks for all of the support.  I apologize for not putting on another classic, but fans have requested my 3rd round so here it is in writing.  Also check out my vlog.” - Gattas






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i Guess i killed Chayna just to cross back like the Passion of Christ

you’ll get whipped & drug in the trunk like im trafficking white

You not that bright givin me a halogen vibe

Your face must be ya most masculine side

Debo said you’re the best well bxtch u Average He Lied

You & Ya team can get a White-Cast...Thats Family Ties

or Get held for ransom &  get Ya Family TIED

You gettn’ killed so hard niggas online think you actually Died


You dont Pitch shxt so Tone it down or get introduced to the Larkin-E

This razor you C-Sharp ill buck 50 her Vocal Chords thats how im Harming-E

All my niggas starters that shoot...i run with the main team we playin varsity

Im Diamond Minded tryna C-VS like a Pharmacy

ill clap ya fans in the stands & air-rows like Archery

Mossburg make ya Blood pump like a Arterie

Think you can dodge bullets try to block these 4 chambers like heart disease

when i roll out the tools the hammer lift up ya ceiling like Carpentry


u been alive for a eon and niggas never put e on

u dont got star tracks u just look like a fuxkin Klingon

Im itchin’ to snipe you, but im professional i dont flirt with temptation im not leon

we cant tell whether ur gay or straight - u playin 4 both sides like Deion


Yo face says You think like a man but wait let me explain

Ya career is Seriously Funny so i only came to Laugh at ya pain

I would never let her ride Along cuz im too Ahead of heart

u comin up short so you can get this 5-TOO like Kevin-Hart


Ya future Been Grim from day 1 u dont alarm me

You’ll get stretched as long as  ur within arms reach

This bxtch a clear body yal  already know what i be on

I stay with Heat more Firearms than johnny storm


You could get murked headshots if u decide to yell

leave ya dome in brooklyn Torso in the bronx cuz im designed to kill

Bury ya arms in Manhattan Legs in Queens cuz only TIME can tell

ill have ur body in so many borroughs if u was soul searching u couldnt find yaself


Ehart real talk i gotta ask you 1 thing

Who the fuxk got you pregnant? That nigga need to come clean

& stay away from the fuxkin baby u prolly even make ya son scream

Ya face from another galaxy ur no ones type u a touch screen


I mean on some real shxt my nigga...ill let you rate yaself

Be Honest...Look in the mirror would you date yaself?

On a sliding scale you a low 2 & im being generous

I mean ive met some ugly bxtches before but ya face on some different shxt

Planet of the Apes Danny Glover mixed wit Harriet

Reggie Jackson...Gremlins in Tar...madd  Scary Shxt


& thats what everybody thinking even ya own circle heart

Tried to serve me & You died on the battlefield u got a purple heart