RSTL Week 8 Mag

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  1. Ace the Prophet

    Ace the Prophet A Prophet to the Game

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    Table of Contents:

    1. Introduction
    2. Recap
    3. Battle of the Week
    4. No-Show Shine
    5. Match-Ups
    6. Predictions
    7. Debate
    8. Interview
    9. Babe of the Week
    10. Video of the Week
    11. This Week's Topics
    12. Conclusion


    1. Introduction


    Alright, so with Week 8 we have some new changes. As of now we will no longer be using the video collabs as our weekly topics. I plan to use them in the future as an option to use instead of the topics, but there’s been way too much dislike for them within the members of the league for me to think that continuing to use them would be successful. So we’re switching directions to topicals for good. Here’s how I plan to format the weeks:

    Week 8- Quotes
    Week 9- Topics
    Week 10- Titles
    Week 11- Pictures​

    And so on and so on. It’s not going to be like past leagues where you got to choose a combination of each every week. I don’t like the idea of having a broad selection of each to choose from (As in having quotes, topics, titles, and pictures all in one week). To me, that is way too ordinary and it will make the league plain. The same thing week in and week out is boring, which is why we will rotate between the 4 subjects I listed above. This will test your skills on how well you can write a piece on each. There will be some weeks where I may throw out a combination of pictures and quotes, for example, and you’ll have to incorporate one of each into your piece. This is what I plan to do with this league, keeping video collabs as a separate option. There will be plenty of topics to choose from to cover a wide array of subjects so everyone can be happy with their topics.

    I am confident that what I plan on doing will keep the league healthy and competitive, so just be sure to show up to your matches, post a strong verse, and give some good votes with quality feedback. The league will stay healthy and hopefully get stronger. With that said, let’s get things rolling.

    2. Recap

    Well, it seemed pretty obvious to me that the video collabs were the reason for the lack of activity this past week. Pain knocked out Guttso to claim the RSTL Championship to Royce da 5’9’s “Hip Hop” in a battle that was closer than the votes would make it seem. L Kross overcame K3 4-2 on Obie Trice’s “The Setup” and advances to the championship match this week versus Pain. OC won due to Nu’maaN’s no-show. Blitz won 4-3 against Soull on Method Man and Red Man’s “Cereal Killer” and has the opportunity to compete in this week’s Contendership Match vs. OC. Nom defeated Got Life on “Heltah Skeltah”. I defeated liquid on Ludacris’s “Runaway Love” track. And with only one vote on a battle where Main Stream seemed to have a misinterpretation of the rules, resulting in a novel of a verse, TaC defeated both him and Shadow on Tupac’s “Changes”. Because of the lack of activity, an obvious misunderstanding of the rules by some of the leagues participants, and a constant dislike from the majority of members, the video collabs won’t be used as a topic again, as I stated earlier. This week and future weeks should be much, much better in all aspects.
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  2. Ace the Prophet

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    3. Battle of the Week

    MC Guttso vs. .:pain:.

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    MC Guttso:​

    ROYCE DA 5'9"
    "Hip Hop"


    [Intro]
    Woo! haha, uh

    [Chorus - Royce Da 5'9"]
    I know my streets, I know my sounds
    Y'all know my beats, how I get down
    I take my steps, and leaps and bounds
    Nigga it's - HIP HOP!

    [Verse 1 - Royce Da 5'9"]
    Yeah, yeah, we started from nothin a couple MC's
    Beat-boxin, the crowd in the lunch room (yeah)
    Me and Prem', both names go together
    Like they ain't supposed to be seperate, like "D" in the D
    I said it before, I rep in records beats
    At the headquarters, rest in peace
    Nigga I'ma hold shotty, and knock you out
    And I ain't gotta know Karate like Afu-ra
    It's - HIP HOP!, strong or not
    This is rap basketball, stats all you got
    Long as you hot, and your flow could hold up
    To knowin all of your short goals is long shots!
    Ninety percent of you niggaz ain't hard
    Here +Just to Get a Rep+, you not +Gangstarrs+
    The finest flow will amaze, rap without me
    Minus The Source, minus the Quotable page

    [Chorus - Royce Da 5'9"]
    HIP HOP! is everything around you
    [scratched] - "No competition"
    Back to the voice, of today
    [scratched] - "It's real in the field"
    What's realer than - HIP HOP! (yeah)
    I know my streets, I know my sounds
    Y'all know my beats, how I get down
    I take my steps, and leaps and bounds
    Nigga it's - HIP HOP!

    [Verse 2 - Royce Da 5'9"]
    Rythmic, league c'mon wit it, I'm long winded
    I will diss you, from long distances
    You will not get the chance, like Choppa
    Ness and Dylan, to dis-respect, who you don't listen to
    Egg in the skillet brain, nigga, diss is you
    Smarten up, every person in the earth, be harden up
    But the only target is us
    It's - HIP HOP! cars and trucks
    I be dreamin about shit, like havin a hard time swingin
    On a nigga, or squeezin a trigger or fallin
    If I land, I won't wake up (yeah)
    My six shot model, ya crew
    I'm leavin ya mommy faces blue, just like a Hypnotic bottle
    They feel you the realer, you spit
    This killer shit is hearin us
    Healin you if you ill or you sick mentally

    [Chorus - Royce Da 5'9"]
    It's - HIP HOP! is everything around you
    [scratched] - "Gotta be something for me to write this"
    Back to the voice, of today
    [scratched] - "No talent rappers"
    What's realer than - HIP HOP!
    I know my streets, I know my sounds
    Y'all know my beats, how I get down
    I take my steps, and leaps and bounds
    Nigga it's - HIP HOP!

    [Verse 3 – Guttso]
    Guttso speeches; armed with cockney charm,
    A benevolent gentleman is more than a thug,
    Feeling the love when I’m up in the clubs,
    The hip-hop beats are my personal drug,
    Bitches...they like what’s in the whiskey jug,
    She gets frisky, digs dance, she’s a vigorous fuck,
    I beat kids who run their luck and their mouths,
    A white dropping fire-truck, what’s the yellin’ about?!
    I’m high and still laugh at you sorry-assed schmucks,
    Who say that ‘coz I’m not black I automatically suck,
    I’m dumbstruck by closed minded racist personas,
    The image they front drags hip-hop through the mud,
    I’ll never be threatened by you or your bloods,
    My nights on the mic are fully booked for months,
    It all grew from those heads that hid from the truth,
    They forgot rap ain’t restrictive now,
    It’s everythin’ in this room

    [Chorus - Royce Da 5'9"]
    HIP HOP! is everything around you
    [scratched] - "Come alive y'all"
    Back to the voice, of today
    [scratched] - "It's all in the game"
    What's realer than - HIP HOP!
    I know my streets, I know my sounds
    Y'all know my beats, how I get down
    I take my steps, and leaps and bounds
    Nigga it's - HIP HOP!​


    vs

    .:pain:.

    ROYCE DA 5'9"
    "Hip Hop"


    [Intro]
    Woo! haha, uh

    [Chorus - Royce Da 5'9"]
    I know my streets, I know my sounds
    Y'all know my beats, how I get down
    I take my steps, and leaps and bounds
    Nigga it's - HIP HOP!

    [Verse 1 - Royce Da 5'9"]
    Yeah, yeah, we started from nothin a couple MC's
    Beat-boxin, the crowd in the lunch room (yeah)
    Me and Prem', both names go together
    Like they ain't supposed to be seperate, like "D" in the D
    I said it before, I rep in records beats
    At the headquarters, rest in peace
    Nigga I'ma hold shotty, and knock you out
    And I ain't gotta know Karate like Afu-ra
    It's - HIP HOP!, strong or not
    This is rap basketball, stats all you got
    Long as you hot, and your flow could hold up
    To knowin all of your short goals is long shots!
    Ninety percent of you niggaz ain't hard
    Here +Just to Get a Rep+, you not +Gangstarrs+
    The finest flow will amaze, rap without me
    Minus The Source, minus the Quotable page

    [Chorus - Royce Da 5'9"]
    HIP HOP! is everything around you
    [scratched] - "No competition"
    Back to the voice, of today
    [scratched] - "It's real in the field"
    What's realer than - HIP HOP! (yeah)
    I know my streets, I know my sounds
    Y'all know my beats, how I get down
    I take my steps, and leaps and bounds
    Nigga it's - HIP HOP!

    [Verse 2 - Royce Da 5'9"]
    Rythmic, league c'mon wit it, I'm long winded
    I will diss you, from long distances
    You will not get the chance, like Choppa
    Ness and Dylan, to dis-respect, who you don't listen to
    Egg in the skillet brain, nigga, diss is you
    Smarten up, every person in the earth, be harden up
    But the only target is us
    It's - HIP HOP! cars and trucks
    I be dreamin about shit, like havin a hard time swingin
    On a nigga, or squeezin a trigger or fallin
    If I land, I won't wake up (yeah)
    My six shot model, ya crew
    I'm leavin ya mommy faces blue, just like a Hypnotic bottle
    They feel you the realer, you spit
    This killer shit is hearin us
    Healin you if you ill or you sick mentally

    [Chorus - Royce Da 5'9"]
    It's - HIP HOP! is everything around you
    [scratched] - "Gotta be something for me to write this"
    Back to the voice, of today
    [scratched] - "No talent rappers"
    What's realer than - HIP HOP!
    I know my streets, I know my sounds
    Y'all know my beats, how I get down
    I take my steps, and leaps and bounds
    Nigga it's - HIP HOP!

    [Verse 3 - Jae Keeps]
    Jae Keeps, I'm nicer than what most are used to,
    Blew through the ranks, I'll chew through the game,
    I move smooth, I ain't soft, but I'm a cool dude,
    So you dudes are safe, if you knew the name,
    The best on is me, I've messed with the best,
    The rest rest on their knees, necks bob and weave,
    Next, heads fall and bleed,
    I rape and pillage, ya'll don't wanna beef,
    I flow dope, I know hoes call me weak,
    Then depict me in homo-erotic dreams,
    I keep it hip-hop, I ain't kneelin' for anyone,
    Don't test ya luck, I wield a machete tongue,
    I shred up the haters, fellas fake it when they hate it,
    I run the best tracks, celebratin' like a pagan,
    Yea, each verse a depiction of me,
    And that's why I'm hip-hop, while you're just wishin' to be.

    [Chorus - Royce Da 5'9"]
    HIP HOP! is everything around you
    [scratched] - "Come alive y'all"
    Back to the voice, of today
    [scratched] - "It's all in the game"
    What's realer than - HIP HOP!
    I know my streets, I know my sounds
    Y'all know my beats, how I get down
    I take my steps, and leaps and bounds
    Nigga it's - HIP HOP!​
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  3. Ace the Prophet

    Ace the Prophet A Prophet to the Game

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    4. No-Show Shine

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    Orange407County

    Peep my swag, watch me do me,
    Louis V scarf n my watch is Gucci,
    Frames is prada, check my Lambo,
    Chain is propper, tech is rambo,
    Dog I'm so hood wit my LV bag,
    Got birds in the coupe, hellova Jag,
    Maybach music 'n trophy bitches,
    Toast n riches, I'm exposing snitches,
    So what if my speach is lacking?
    Won't matter if my beats is smashing,
    The streets just keep reacting,
    Cuz I'm so hood, fuck decent rapping,
    This how I wanna be portrayed,
    Even if most can't even relate,
    As Long as these cats is feelin that,
    Ima keep doin me, even if its killin rap
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    5. Week 8 Match Ups:

    Championship
    C. .:pain:. 6-1
    2. L. Kross 3-1

    Contendership
    3. Orange407County 3-0
    4. Blitz_kreig 4-2

    5. nom dillinger. 3-1
    6. Ace the Prophet 4-3

    7. T.a.C 3-5
    8. Mc Guttso 6-1

    9. liquid' acid 1-2
    10. ShadowWarriorfs 0-3

    11. Xquisite 1-0
    12. Main Stream 0-1

    13. Link Gash 0-0
    14. MADD ILL 0-0

    15. Nitsuj™ 0-0
    16. Master Peace 0-0​

    6. Predictions:

    Championship Match- Pain vs. Kross. This is going to be a very entertaining battle. Both are established writers that are very balanced. It can go either way but right now I’m leaning towards Pain in what I’m expecting to be a close battle.

    Contendership Match- Orange407County vs. Blitz_kreig. While I like Blitz’s writing, which is elevating every week, I don’t think he’ll match up well against OC. Experience will more than likely win it here for OC

    Nom Dillinger vs. Ace the Prophet- Good luck bro

    T.a.C. vs. MC Guttso- Another one where I’m leaning on experience. Guttso’s got the topical tip on lock and I’m expecting him to beat Tacky Jones here

    Liquid acid vs. ShadowWarriorfs- This is going to be a close battle. I like what both did last week in their video collabs and I think they’ll both show strong this week. I haven’t read much of either but my gut feeling is having me lean liquid’s way, mostly because I was surprised with his showing vs. me this past week. This one can go either way though

    Xquisite vs. Main Stream- I think Main Stream showed us he’s a very decent topical writer. X has a lot on his hands this week. I feel the battle going Main Stream’s way

    Link Gash vs. MADD ILL- I really don’t know who either of the writers are so I’m not going to predict this one.

    Nitsuj™ vs Master Peace- I’m not sure who Nitsuj is but I know what MP can do. I’ll side with Peace until I see what Nitsuj can do.
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  5. Ace the Prophet

    Ace the Prophet A Prophet to the Game

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    7. Debate:

    The Relevance of Flow in Text

    Now, I’ve decided to bring this into debate because it’s one of those issues that’s wishy washy when people critique it. They either care about how your flow was, or they’ll say that since it’s simply text there’s no reason to really worry about it because it could be too hard to find anyways. So here are my pro’s and con’s for the relevance of flow in text.

    The first problem that always arises with the flow of a text piece is that you can never tell how someone’s saying it over a beat. Which is true. Everyone has their own unique style and in text it can be interpreted in many ways. The second problem that’s present is that there’s no beat. How can we expect a piece to really have a decent flow when there’s no beat to go off of? These are the main guidelines that a flow could go off of, but in a topical battle neither is present. With those it seems very irrelevant to even consider if someone’s piece has a decent flow to. And even if it doesn’t, the content will make up for it, correct? It’s something that needs to be decided on as a voter. How important is it that there’s no beat and no real way to understand how someone’s saying things? Everyone has every right to say they’re not sure how something really flows and so it will be irrelevant in the battle.

    But at the same time, this is a topical piece, not just a poem. It can’t be good without a flow. As a voter, I like to be able to read these pieces over a beat. Flow is important to me because it moves your piece along and can add a ton of potency if it’s executed correctly. I’d like to say that a perfect flow goes directly with the beat of a song, but with no beat that’s irrelevant. Still, a great flow in text can be achieved if it’s unique and stays on track. Execution of it is very important to winning votes, especially mine. Without a flow to keep your piece moving topical pieces would simply be poems.

    Now I think it’s pretty obvious that I support a flow’s relevance in topical pieces. It just needs to be decided by you if it’s important or not, and it comes down to if it matters that there’s no beat and how well you can interpret someone’s flow. Feel free to discuss your thoughts on the relevance of flow in text in this thread.
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  6. Ace the Prophet

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    8. Interview

    This week's interviewee: Nu'maaN

    Alright. Give us the story behind Nu'maaN. What's made you who you are today?

    regarding the second part to this question - not what, who. and that would have to be my mother. i don't care how 'child'ish it sounds, but it's the truth.

    and as for the second, i'll keep it short.

    paki who moved to australia back in '89 and grew up in the housing commission flats (what you call 'tha projects'). but it's not as rough as it was in pak. no way near, it was a walk in the park. but relatively, it is one of the worst places in melbourne, aus to grow up in. most suicides and all that good shit. but it's not shit you'd like to see while growing up. and because of our poverty, i had to. i've seen too many dark things for a 24 yr old. i grew accustomed to it, but it was watching my mother try treading carefully through the urinated elevators that woke me the fuck up. it was no place for a queen, so i acted. it was a hard hustle, but it was worth moving us out to the suburbs in the end.

    which again, brings it back to who made you who you are today.

    What's something about you that not many people know that you'd be willing to share with us?

    well, there's a reason why not many people know.

    What's something significant that's happened in your life that's shaped you out to who you are today?

    if i was to narrow it down to some event, it'd have to be when a mate died in my arms. nothing "gangsta" really, he collapsed on the soccer field in the heat. and i was defending the cunt (game wise), and he just dropped. yeah, everybody's seen dead bodies in their lifespan, but getting that close to death was alarming.

    Music

    Who are some of your favorite rappers?

    dead or alive - 'pac, all the bigs (L, biggie, pun), nas, bone thugz, dogg pound, wu tang, gravediggaz, jedi mind, redman, jay, killah priest, last emperor, mr lif, the lox, masta ace, early mobb deep, mos, talib, rakim, sly boogie, tragedy khadafi, early snoop, aotp, rass kass, termanology, brother ali, elzhi, etc. ...

    i can keep going, but that's what memory serves me at this time, no further.


    What was the first hip hop song you remember hearing? What was your reaction to it?

    i first heard "serial killa" on my mate's walkman towards the end of '93. and that beat had me hypnotized. i had heard other "songs" from the radios, which wasn't my cup of tea or food for thought. but the way i heard these cunts rap, all three killed it (kurupt, daz and snoop), it had me in tears. which lead me onto listening to the rest of that album, after which point i was addicted. i still am, to good music.

    Which do you prefer: today's hip hop or old school hip hop?

    i made a thread about this. the term 'old school' is a relative term. it varies on age and time, but your music sense does not grow as fast as time. so you will always want to listen to the tracks you heard while growing up. it becomes attached to you. so for me, old school would not be big daddy kane, krs, LL, kriss kross. as i grew up listening to them, they don't feel like old school for me. it would have to be the rappers that came before that like mc hammer lol. but to the other person who grew up listening to souljah boy, for them old school would be the rappers i just mentioned, including others that you consider not old school at all.

    i'm rambling. for me, i love the 90's era for hip hop. it takes precedence over todays, when i want to vibe. but that is not to say i don't check out the latest. the more you search, the more gems you end up finding. but then again, today's hip hop for me is different to the next dudes. todays hip hop for me is the rappers that are out today, that i enjoy listening to. i tend to ignore the flashy rappers, retarded rappers, voice box rappers and concentrate on the rappers that teach you a few things through their tracks.

    for instance, from dmx i learnt - "if you know a bitch, you don't argue with that bitch, you don't talk to that bitch, all you do is fuck that bitch".

    Name a rapper you can't stand to listen to

    wayne, jeezy, keezy, fasheezy, any rapper with lil in front, kanye, kanye west . i hate alot of rappers.

    Without explanation, what's the best album of all time?

    ready to die.

    If you can't listen to rap or hip hop, what do you listen to?

    reggae, alternative.

    Eminem's new album Relapse just dropped this week. If you've had a chance to listen to it, what are your thoughts on it? If not, what do you expect out of it?

    i heard it. there was four tracks that i granted playback. apart from that it was a downer. it made me want to rape, no rapo.

    Who is the greatest rapper, dead or alive?

    biggie

    League

    Have you competed in any leagues before? How successful have you been in them if you have?

    Never done this before

    What's your take on the league so far?

    it's good, gives me something to do. but i can't stand the video collabs, which was the reason for my no-show this week. the video i saw to 'express yourself' put me off. it killed my thought process. i don't know if you've seen the clip, but there is one stage in the clip where two bodybuilding men are in tight spandex shorts while dre is saying "express yourself". it was homo. like that lawn mower cop from chapelle's show. that homo. it gave "express yourself" a different light and i couldn't go further. plus, dre's verse was awful.

    but apart from that, i'm enjoying it.

    What's something you think we should do to freshen up the league some?

    a stickied thread which has the ladder on it, displaying all the results of each contestant and where he/she stands in the ladder. if you're at the bottom, you'd wanna go up. if you're at the top, you'd wanna stay up. so it'll remain competitive. i don't know mate.

    What's something you'd like to see more of?

    Ha, beef.

    Who, in your eyes, are the best writers in the league?

    pain, nom and gL are all genuine contestants for the crown.

    Who's someone signed in now that you would want to battle?

    all of you, at once.

    Anyone you think we should keep a heads up for?

    k3, i don't know if he's been doing this, but i enjoy reading his weekly inputs.

    Finale

    Alright, Babe of the Week time. Show us the sexiest celebrity alive

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    but my wifey kim kardashian comes close second.

    And, as always, give us a quote to end the interview on

    God gives and forgives. Humans get and forget

    Good luck the rest of the way, homie
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  7. Ace the Prophet

    Ace the Prophet A Prophet to the Game

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    9. Babe of the Week

    Lmao, since Nu decided to give us a fat chick I’m gonna go with his close second, Kim Kardashian

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    10. Video of the Week

    Lupe Fiasco- Hip Hop Saved My Life

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  8. Ace the Prophet

    Ace the Prophet A Prophet to the Game

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    11. Topics

    Now this week we’re going with quotes-

    "Children have never been very good at listening to their elders, but they have never failed to imitate them." - James Baldwin

    "The mind of a bigot is like the pupil of the eye; the more light you pour upon it, the more it will contract." Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr.

    "The cause is hidden, but the result is known" – Ovid

    "The nail that stands out gets pounded down" - Japanese proverb

    "How can I know what I think till I see what I say?" - Graham Wallas.

    "Leadership cannot really be taught. It can only be learned." - Harold Geneen.

    “After silence, that which comes nearest to expressing the inexpressible is music.” - Aldous Huxley

    “A man who won't die for something is not fit to live.” - Martin Luther King, Jr

    “Death is no more than passing from one room into another. But there's a difference for me, you know. Because in that other room I shall be able to see.” - Helen Keller

    12. Conclusion

    Alright. Let’s get things back on track this week. I’m still looking for that logo if anyone wants to do something for it. Send me a PM. If you wish to put anything in these mags then hit me up. Good luck this week everyone!
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  9. Orange407County

    Orange407County Well-Known Member

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    dope... and flow does matter seing as we are RAPPING, if your verse doesnt flow well it will take away from the enjoyment of reading it, if it doesnt flow smoothly chances are the reader can stumble and have to re read bars etc...
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  10. Nu'maaN

    Nu'maaN Anu'naki, Nuqqa.

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    yo.

    how come i'm not listed in the contestants for this week?

    do i have to sign in every week for it? ...

    [turn] ...
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  11. Shadow

    Shadow Kotaro's Master

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    I'll battle Nu
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  12. Orange407County

    Orange407County Well-Known Member

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    btw i dont even think thats kardash in the pic lol
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  13. Ace the Prophet

    Ace the Prophet A Prophet to the Game

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    lol...it came up when i searched for her on google. i just looked at some other pics though and now i dont think that's her either, haha..i'm gonna switch pics in a sec

    EDIT: Upon more searching I found more sites with that picture so that is her, and I also found some other pretty nice pics with are going to promptly be edited in right now, haha

    PS- Nu, it's because of your no show. Just re-sign in the thread to be ready for next week. If you wanna vote this week that's cool with me. And if you wanna be an alternate for someone who has someone no-show we can do that as well
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  14. L. Kross

    L. Kross His Highness

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    Vote - Nu gets a match.

    Leagues not lookin too sorry, but its not lookin too healthy, people like Nu are what we need, willin to get it in new cats.
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  15. liquid`acid

    liquid`acid gods busy can I help you?

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    haha man, i coulda sworn i was gunna get you with that verse

    im starting to get into the competition part of this

    *shakes fist*
    untill next time lmao


    i agree with OC, flow is important cuz were rapping. doesnt matter that its text, like you said, its what sets it apart from just bein a poetry league. part of the challenge to the writer is writing it in a way that the flow is readable.
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  16. T.a.C

    T.a.C Guest

    no, its an automatic sign out when you no-show
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  17. Ace the Prophet

    Ace the Prophet A Prophet to the Game

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    lol...it was a dope concept, man. Not gonna lie, i thought more votes were gonna go your way than what did
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  18. L. Kross

    L. Kross His Highness

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    I actually thought you guys had the battle of the week easily like not even that close. I think MainStream had the hardest verse an you guys had the best battle.
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  19. liquid`acid

    liquid`acid gods busy can I help you?

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    i figured it was partly an underdog thing, its natural for ppl to wanna vote the vet over the newb

    an honestly no matter how close it is id prefer ppl dont vote me over ace cuz they feel the battle is closer an other ppl arent distributing votes fairly.

    i think its important ppl do their critique an cast their vote befor even looken at what other ppl are sayen/voting.
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  20. Nu'maaN

    Nu'maaN Anu'naki, Nuqqa.

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    fuckin' oath.

    i like the way this man speaks ...

    [turn] ...
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