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CLAB - Boss vs Byron

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CLABTRAP Competition 2012 - MC Knock Out
Pre-Round: Boss vs Byron
Beat by PiGPEN

Verse 1 - Boss
Verse 2 - Byron
Verse 3 - Boss
Verse 4 - Byron

For more comp info check out CLABTRAP.com or bigred.newgrounds.com

Decide on the winner of the battle in a review below.

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Boss V1 - "When you try to rap fast you fuck up your flow" is quite nice but you sandwiched it between two gay disses and finished it off with filler.

Byron V1 - Gay flip is decent, but you keep following it up to the point where it makes you look worse. Boring delivery diss is quite good. Major minus for rhyming 'self' with 'wealth' twice. Bad mic diss.

Boss V2 - Launch pad flip is decent, hypocritical flip is nice, microphone flip is pretty good. The voice diss was alright.

Byron V2 - Name diss is slightly amusing. Crash and burn flip is alright. Internal 'ize' lines are okay. Finisher is terribly awkward, you could have put this line earlier in the verse and thought of a better finisher.

This is closer than I thought it would be, but I'd give Boss the win mainly due to Byron's surprisingly poor rhyme scheme.



verse 1 - Was there a line that wasn't a fag dis?
verse 2 - Don't like the way he talks trying to rap.
verse 3 - More talking that is supposed to be rapping.
verse 4 - Gets a little better, long instrumental outros don't appeal.

Vote goes to Byron, not much to say about this one but the backing track is distracting and doesn't work with either of their voices. Thank goodness Devo wasn't a rap group.



CashBoss: 1 point (2 good disses and a good exit, negative for lame gay diss)
Byron: -1 (2 good disses, negatives for 2 bad/wut disses "ur an elementary schooler. i'll be diggin up a ditch" "cliche criminal and negative for flipping a lame gay diss with a lame gay diss)
Bosslin: 10 points (1 great diss "mentally challenger", great exit, 1 good diss, 3 good flips)
TheRapper: 1 point (3 good flips, negative for that corny pointless "ize" rhyme overkill and that unbelievably awkward exit)

Boss wins easily 11 to 0 despite the shitty first verse.



Boss took it with his lyrical proficiency. ClearlyâEU¦



Byron smashed him on the second verse, even if he didn't have many punches in the first verse. Boss has some good reversals, but Byron's second verse flipped it in his favor. Byron wins by a hair.


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Credits & Info

BigRed
Miscellaneous
Boss
Vocals
PiGPEN
Bells/Chimes

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Uploaded
Mar 16, 2012
4:09 AM EDT
Genre
Hip Hop - Olskool
File Info
Song
7.2 MB
3 min 8 sec

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