Just Insane just seemed to be more direct, while Em-Hotep's verses seemed to be irrelevant and I just can't take listening to him. Along with that he only had a few good lines witch came at the end of the battle. Insane was just more enjoyable.
That kid is pretty funny
Wow, I need some clarity since it was very difficult to understand what they were saying sometimes. Em-Hotep more then Just Insane but still, I don't know if it's the bass in the song or just their equipment but the quality is kinda bad. Anyways, Just Insane was more audible and had great disses and confidence and shit. Good battle.
Just Insane: Decent lyricism. Clever rhymes. His second verse was a step from his 1st; nice flips in there. Definitely more clarity. LGBT respect line.
Contradiction in first verse: 5 yr old girl/ 12 yr old boy. A few slurring issues in his verses.
Em-Hotep: Crazy style. Humorous material. Assuming he used satire. Entertaining energy.
Im not sure why he put that reverb on half of his verses, it really made his parts inaudible.
I'm gonna give this one to Just Insane. I found myself more entertained by Em-Hotep's style, but Just Insane's flips, confident statements and clearer delivery won it for me.
I think Em-Hotep could have done without the delay on some of his vocals. I like his style though, it's quite original. Good flow from Just Insane too, and some nice lyrics from both sides.
My vote goes to Em-Hotep because I like listening to his verses more (even if I can't figure out why...)
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