Awesome battle, Pigpen owns with the entertainment value and Blest has some damn good punches too. I'd have to give it to Pig but both did a great job.
Pigpen doesn't sound great on this beat though, sounds too silent with his relaxed flow and a quiet beat too.
no question Pig killed him
YOOOOOO PIGPEN KILLED IT.... wtf... how did you say the other guy one?
Damn, damn, damn, Pig should have won this one, that was siiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiick
The fact that I could understand what Pig was saying and where his rhymes matched up at the end of the bars quite a lot better than I could for Blest. Pigs flow was much better, his slow pace enabled him to easily bring in a flow of words that when rhymed matched up with the rhyme from the previous corresponding bar much more accurately than Blest had tried to do and fumbled in the attempt of in his second verse. In Blest's second verse he also pokes fun at Pig's slow rhyming which detracts from the punch of the insult since it is a very in-accurate insult. Rap battles are indeed a game of exaggerations but when you're beat somewhere don't bring it up; it does not make it better. Though Pig's stage performance can seem a little cheesey when he makes his jokes they are nonetheless enjoyable-- the boasts dispersed by Blest are clearly attempts to show how creative his rhymes can be while he rhymes numerous words. This tactic is often mistaken as actually good by some who rap, stringing together almost impressive series of rhymes when in the end they do not make complete sense compared to a slower rhyme put together with words that do not seem to show evidence of ultra creativity that the style of hyper-rhyming strives for--though it is for the better when the rhyming words string together to formulate a sentence which makes more sense creating a better verse. I vote for pigpen.
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