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Paradox vs WS Tiebreaker

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Feb 3, 2013 | 10:49 AM EST
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3 min 26 sec
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2.73 / 5.00

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Rated 2.73 / 5 stars
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Genres:
Hip Hop, Rap, R&B - Hip Hop - Olskool
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spawn
paradox
tiebreaker

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2013 International MC Invitational Tournament
First Round
Paradox vs War Spawn - Tiebreaker Battle
This is 32 bars, a diss track, from each opponent, sliced back-to-back, with Paradox's first and War Spawn's second. Cast your vote!

Reviews


ShadyChapShadyChap

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Hah, that intro was fun. Anyway, gotta give this one to War Spawn.



AoKoMoAoKoMo

Rated 5 / 5 stars

paradox won the first time i don't like the fact that there is a tie breaker but hey i guess that isn't up to me!

Winner: War Spawn



AxTekkAxTekk

Rated 5 / 5 stars

WS gets it for me, he just sounded like he came correct more.



GanashiGanashi

Rated 5 / 5 stars

So lets start it off, if you don't know me by now i'm sorry ahead of time.

So the intro started out funny, but for the part where Richard is apparently talking it doesn't even sound like he covered his mouth for that part. But who cares about that.

Verse 1: So pretty much all bars up to the Richard Pyryor reference were basic and more lukewarm than my pee after five hours. So then he goes on to do a really poor Little Richard reference saying he couldn't rhyme... Even though Little Richard helped originate rock and one of his hit songs was Tutti Frutti where he did nothing but rhyme... But this is Newgrounds so who the fuck would know that #loljk<3uguys. He then goes on to make more lukewarm simple bars, then references Rich as a producer. He goes into the mindset of sampling versus non-sampling, so I don't even see where it could be considered a diss... especially when Dox is rapping on a sampled beat... "What kind of rapper samples H.P. Lovecraft?" Someone who needs a voice clip.. because Lovecraft wasn't a musician. And then he goes onto really elementary rhyme schemes. He goes into personals after a lame signing part, the soap line was cheesy and too basic for me to give a point on. I guess from then on it's okay.

Verse 2: Spawn has fair rebuttals but not any good punches. He does point out that he is simplistic. I mean at least Rich had non-simplistic rhyme schemes, had somewhat attempts at things i could consider punches, to Dox's anti-punches. Like him saying he has to get on his knees to look in his eyes, not that great of a line but better than any of Dox's lines.

So pretty much disappointing battle all around, but if I had to judge i'd say Dox's verse was bad, and Rich's was rather lukewarm. So it would go to Rich for not making me listen to really simplistic rhyme schemes and poorly planned punchlines.



war-spawnwar-spawn

Rated 5 / 5 stars

lmao, that intro was adorable.