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CLABTRAP Competition 2012 - MC Knock Out
Pre-Round: Sc0rChP0KnEe vs B Serious
Beat by Rama

Verse 1 - Sc0rChP0KnEe
Verse 2 - B Serious
Verse 3 - Sc0rChP0KnEe
Verse 4 - B Serious

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Decide on the winner of the battle in a review below.



Rated 5 / 5 stars

Woah, nice battle.

Scorch- Dropped some nice punches all over his verses. He brought a unique style and a flow that I liked, even though his flow didn't work too well with the beat in this case. Either way, I can give that an exception because he came hard and in his own unique style, so mad props.

B Serious- This guy has some mad mic presence. His verses were packed with some amazing reversals paired with some good unique punches. That "Came, I saw, I conquered/You only came to play" closer blew me away.

The first two verses were insanely close. I had to say that Scorch edged out B Serious in those first two sixteens, everything was coming together right there. I liked the flow of his first verse a lot more than his second verse.

The second two verses go to B Serious. Scorch came out to play and dropped some serious punches, but a couple were a bit weak in comparison to the punches in his first sixteen. B Serious, though, he brought the heat, man.

Honestly, it's a draw- you guys brought the game for these battles. After a couple of listens- I think B Serious just barely edges out Scorch.

Seriously, though, this was an amazing battle. Keep it up, ya'll.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

I'm an icey n***a with a lot of dick

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

First time hearing his second verse, made good punches definitely a good opponent.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Scorch, your hype track was one of my favorites, because it was funny and lighthearted. It had me reciting your lyrics out loud, around people, who then thought I was crazy.

You showed in this battle that you could hold your own in the ring as well, and you've gained some more respect for that.

VERSE ONE- Draw. Every single line Scorch said was a direct punch. B Serious had good comebacks, but as far as attacks are concerned, Scorch wins in that department. Although, B Serious had a better flow, voice, and mic presence. He sounded more like he was battling.I think Scorch's Lyrics and punches equalize B's defense and mic presence. Verse one is a draw.

VERSE TWO- This was also close. Not nearly as many attacks in this verse from both parties, however Scorch's "Discarded Def Jam Rap Star Box" line was funny as shit, and B's Robot voice references were good as well. This verse still lacked any hard punches from either party, therefore my verdict on this verse will be based on who had the best mic skills- B Serious.

B Serious- you get my vote, but barely. Great job both of you, this was an entertaining battle.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

This was a really nice battle. Neither of you deserve to be knocked out in the pre-round.

Scorch comes in strong. Style not quite fitting the beat, but some great lines.
Then B Serious pops in with a great mic presence and flow for this beat. "Should leave my second verse blank to make the battle equal" made me lol.

Scorch on the third verse didn't make sense with his line about their microphones. If he had acknowledged that Serious' mic quality shits all over his own that would have been fine, but somehow he tries to say that his mic is worth more than a car and that Serious has some old piece of crap? wtf? Decent disses other than that, but nothing that stood out.

Serious made me laugh before, and now he made me laugh again (lol'd at that line). I'm usually not a fan of reverb that's so in your face for rap vocals, but the effect really works here. Anyway he had pretty strong disses throughout this verse as well, and still a great presence. The biggest disappointment was the last line. I was expecting something awesome the way it was about to end, and then it was a bit of a let down.

My vote goes to B Serious.