Liked P64's style, flow, diction, and voice more for the track. Wyze sounded forced.
P64 for the win. Since, apparently diction and track volume are decisive factors now...
I judge based purely on lyrical content and have my own scoring system...
-verse1: -6 points (a bad diss, a bunch of obvious pre-writtens and pointless filler....wtfru doing?)
-verse2: 6 points (1 great flip "steve irwins ghost...", 3 good disses/flips, some untapped potential with personal material that didnt achieve punchlines)
-verse3: -4 points (youre spending all your time trying to rhyme and not putting one ounce of effort into crafting effective disses, this is a battle not show'n'tell)
-verse4: 3 points (1 great diss "done after 2 rounds", 2 good disses/flips, 2 pointless filler)
Wyze, 9 to -10.
P64: Diggin his steady/calm style and the pokemon references in his 2nd verse were aight (but Magikarp and Charzard are a bit overused). I found his flow more inviting to the ear.
Wyze: The aggression in his second was good. the steve irwin flip "I ALREADY KILLED YOU!" was awesome. The 1st verse sounded iffy on the delivery, a few slips made some lines clooey.
I'd rather hear P64 on a conscious track, I'd rather hear Wyze try to drink crack water. (?) I'm going to go with Wyze for that over the top delivery and harder shots.
Gotta give it to P64, not sure what it was but I feel like he went harder.
P64 def came with a dope drop here, diggin that stylo, but lyrics weren't any good for a battle, just a lot of cool filler, not many disses or flips.
Wyze came out swinging and didn't stop. Sounded like in the second he was pissed that his opponent even came back at all. :P
Wyze to advance, with a notice to step his style game up if he wants to win this thing.
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