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Uncle Murder Rap Up vs Mad Skillz Wrap Up vs Bekay Year in Review! (Who wins 2016?)

Uncle Murder Rap Up vs Mad Skillz Wrap Up vs Bekay Year in Review!

(Who wins 2016?)

*UPDATE: So far a lot of people are saluting Bekay on this. I decided to throw Uncle Murder into the mix as well. Are you feeling his version? Comment below. – GMS
Uncle Murder Rap Up vs Mad Skillz Wrap Up vs Bekay Year in Review

Okay by now I’m sure you’ve heard several people do these long end of the year freestyles, where they mention everything noteworthy that has happened over the year. Well, if memory serves correctly, Virgina MC Mad Skillz (you know, who battled SuperNat, had that joint “The Headnod“, was a member of the SupaFriendz, who were on Aaliyah’sAre You That Somebody“, back in the day?) Yeah, that guy, just so we are clear, made that whole idea up, in 2002, made it hot and since then it’s become a trend.

Uncle Murder Rap Up vs Mad Skillz Wrap Up vs Bekay Year in Review

Not that anybody minds! I love hearing different MC’s do wrap ups, with their unique style and take on the year’s events. But just to give credit where credit is due, props to Skillz for that. This year, he dropped another one and so did a few other MC’s. I thought it would be dope to battle two versions together, not just to see which is doper, but to see what they talk about. Do they cover some of the same topics, mention the same events? What does each have on theirs that the other doesn’t have? I decided to give local freestyle king and recording artist Bekay (from BK, where else?) a shot, being that he has been dropping consistently dope “Year In Review’s” every year since 2010.

In real life, the two artists do not have beef or anything, we are just playing a game. So let’s enjoy both of these MC’s as they help us say goodbye to the wretched 2016. Weapon (instrumental) of choice: Madskillz – Young M.A.’s “Summer Freestyle”; Bekay – Fat Joe, Remy Ma & French Montana’s “All the Way Up”. This should be interesting. Okay, fellas, 10 paces, turn around and come out rhyming.

Just for fun, leave a comment about who you think won, and what the best lines were.

Deuces 2016! Year be gone!!

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Uncle Murder Rap Up vs Mad Skillz Wrap Up vs Bekay Year in Review

Tommie Chase/Machine gun Brothers Feat Elete- Scattered Thoughts / Massacre On Madison

Here it is New Tommy Chase (St. Joe Louis) the first track is over kendrick lamars hi power (and no its not another otkl ode to Kendrick Lamar) Tommie Chase – “its just scattered thoughts that i had listening to this beat the second i went ahead put my ace from my group ELETE on it with me which we named ” Machine Gun Brothers ” and we just basically bodied fat joe‘s massacre on madison so hope you enjoy !!!!!”

Tommie Chase/Machine Gun Brothers Feat. Elete – Scattered Thoughts/Massacre On Madison

F.T. – “Metal Thangz II” (Nature & Fat Joe) vs “Metal Thangz” (OC & Pharoah Monch)

metal thangz 1 & 2 covers

FT from Street Smartz came out with Metal Thangz in 1996.  We cherished that joint for years, both for O.C.‘s and Pharoahe Monch’s collabo and for the promising newer artist FT, who’s bars were crazy, plus he had a co-sign from two already established giants. I still have the vinyl. All 3 verses on the original could get a hip hop quotable, in my opinion.

I don’t know about the new one yet, I just listened to it once and now I’m throwing it up here. I’ll let you all decide.

First up we got Nature & Fat Joe’s version. This is off FT’s newest mixtape “The BROOKLYN BEAST”

Metal Thangz II ft. Fat Joe & Nature (CLICK FOR LYRICS)

Produced by

Versus the original Metal Thangz ft. O.C & Pharoahe Monch (CLICK FOR LYRICS)

Produced by DJ OGEE

The BROOKLYN BEAST is available on iTunes. It has some bangers on there, featuring M.O.P, Eastsidaz, Buckshot, Sean Price, Swan, Kokane, Lil Cease, Tash (Alkaholiks), Organized Konfusion, El Da Sensei, Obie Trice, Shabaam Sahdeeq and more. The mixtape has some old classic joints some new stuff, and FT tears it down on all of them.