The biggest letdown in the history of battle rap is Soul Khan's thorough and extended ducking of Michael Anthony Flamez the king of battle rap. Soul Kahn is trying to make a trudge through the gangster rap bottom tier and isn't even willing to ascend to the throne of gangster rap battlers? You are telling me battling in New York in a white tuxedo holds the same weight as stepping foot in to the treacherous locale of Glass City? Really? If Soul Khan seriously thinks beating J. Fox - king of Stockton 28-inch tube televisions and blamming the blickey is even close to as quality an accomplishment as facing the gawd emcee - he is sadly mistaken. Soul Khan would have the power to take Michael Flamez to the URL stage and show an entire demographic about the powers of a Glass City soldier, or HE could expand his fanbase by taking his talents to Glass City and seeing if the wolves respect his craft. Now will the wolves of Glass City appreciate the words of Soul Khan, King of the Jewish Community Center, that aforementioned statement cannot be answered. But now that Soul Khan has basically cemented his ducking of Mike Flamez to be a dent on his battle rap career - we shall never know. Shame on you, Soul Khan. You had a chance to be a legend.