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10 Battle Rap Commandments PT. 1

PH

1. NO TOUCHING – No physical touching or visual threats. Cases in point:

Math Hoffa Vs. Dose

When you do this …

Math vs Dose

This is what happens!!!

Math punches Dose video

Basically Math asked Dose to step back, because he was to close to his face. Dose did not adhere to the 6 foot and change NYB Giant, his hat brim hit Math in the nose, so Math returned the favor, but with his fists. Let this be a lesson Kiddies, talk all the tough shit you want to talk, but at the end of the day you are gonna end up on the wrong side of an ass whoopin’ if you get too close to someone, or flash a pistol like this next guy did!

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BAD SEED INTERVIEW

Bad Seed

Bad Seed AKA Niggalis Cage

Caught up with BAD SEED the other day. We talked about his current album “Intelligently Ignant” (click here for full album review) as well as his future plans and the next album he has already started recording. Let us know what you think in the comments below.

If you have any questions for Seed, post em. He checks this site and I’m pretty sure he will  answer you.

Stay blessed.

– GMS

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LIL B “Base for your face” ft Jean Grae and Phonte Prod. by 9th Wonder

Still not sure if i’m feeling this kid…but Jean Grae and Phonte are on this track so i figured it would be worth a listen….
[audio:http://www.mcmireport.com/sites/wp-content/uploads/2011/03/Base-For-Your-Face-ft.-Jean-Grae-Phonte1.mp3|titles=Base For Your Face ft. Jean Grae & Phonte]

The Bad Seed – “Intelligently Ignant” (Review)

 

The BAD SEED - INTELLIGENTLY IGNANT – production by Kleph Dollaz, VES, Golden Eye, Will Tell and DP , as well as features from Talib Kweli, MIMS, Nature, Kool G Rap, PH (aka Pumpkinhead)and Touch

Bad Seed sets it off right with Brown Water. He comes out the gate immediately telling his story, honest, brutal, emotional, nothing glorified. Right away we find out what he means by “6th Man Entertainment”. He addresses his former record deal with Warner Brothers, his underground status, fair weather friends and burnt bridges. This is refreshing, because for once an MCee is not bragging on how dope his rhymes are, how fly his girls are, how much money and jewelry he has and how he buss his guns all day. Instead, Seed is doing what you supposed to do in Hip Hop – be honest, be passionate and most importantly – tell your story.

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