Draw - neither was good enough to win
Right, summing up the two artists rapping in this battle, Mao has a few bits which made me cringe, like the laughing after the first verse and then in the third verse, he doesn't seem to know how to get the rhythm to his lines while the beat goes on. I love the irony of calling his opponent a Hip-Hop Flop, as he makes a complete hash of the rap.
ER just seems to swear for a reaction - too much detracts from the lyrical genius that this could be. I'm not really well versed on the etiquette for this sort of thing, but the fact that his tone is more abusive than his opponents just seems to rub me up the wrong way.
Right, the beat was a little too simple - there's more complex rhythms out there that really compliment the rap, without testing the rappers abilities too much, thus letting people concentrate on the lyrics.
You could have given us a transcript of this, as I'd have been able to orientate myself with the piece a little more.
[Review Request Club]
ER... Here's why...
I Think that Mao's flows are pretty smart, but the execution could really use work; ER only seemed to do better rhythmically, but Rhythm always triumphs over words in competitions like this... or at least it would seem...
Things to take a second look at:
- I think you've both got some real talent, but both y'all need some REAL microphones n' shit lol
- The beat could have been a bit more loud; your vocals are wayy to loud over the rest of the beat.
Overall, okay... but not exactly the type of hip-hop I would drop at a party. x_x
-Review Request Club-
ER! By a long shot!
Mao was to crazy on the beat, maybe im not used to someone trying to spit faster then the beat. Er was more emotional and delivery was great. My vote goes to ER!
Good job mc's!
Mao got weak flow, weak voice, weak lyrics. ER is heads above Mao's game.
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