Rampant has no flow. Like, at all. His verses could have been a remix of samples of him taken from commercials. Monotone diss is decent but that's really all you've got going for you.
Blest's flow is alright, at times he speeds up and slows down at odd moments but certainly does better than Rampant. It's a little strange when he ends a bar with the same pitch rather than deepening his voice to verbally punctuate his sentence. Content-wise he keeps a steady hail of blows coming. Suicide line is nice, but the second verse is a little sluggish. 'Editing his voice' is a really strong diss.
Vote goes to Blest, easily.
verse 1 - Still sounds british, politics, then cooking instructions?
verse 2 - Dude got better since last time!
verse 3 - But he's not that monotone, too bad you can't turn off the accent.
verse 4 - No outro, just stops.
Vote goes to Blest.
I hope IâEUTMm not being unfair here because Rampant started the battle, but I think Blest was way more personal than him, he answered pretty much everything.
I specially donâEUTMt like RampantâEUTMs âEU~The only thing you've taken in-depth and intense is your dad's cock, or was it your mom's?âEUTM diss (which mixes the two things that shouldnâEUTMt be in a battle).
In delivery, both had the same attitude that they usually have, so I donâEUTMt see RampantâEUTMs energy like a factor in favor, plus it wasnâEUTMt very suitable for the beat.
Overall, my vote goes to Blest. I think he offered the most interesting lyrics.
Rampant's lyrics were harder to understand with his theatrical delivery, yet he was the only one to actually throw decent punches. It's funny i'm voting for him but rampant to advance.
Blest easily. Rampant you should peruse a career in voice acting not rapping lmfao
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