Interesting, two rappers infamous for bad doubletime. Heh.
Blest V1 - Doubletime diss is brought down by the bad doubletimed garbage bag line. Rampant line is solid. Lots of filler though.
Byron V1 - Gay joke is fucking awful. Mic back flip is alright, where do I start is strong, on beat diss is solid but relative to Blest.
Blest V2 - Gay flip is okay. Rhyming superior with inferior is awful. Oh yeah, and then you called him a faggot. Boss diss is okay.
Byron V2 - Gay flip is lame but still better than Blest's, Tupac flip is strong. Lightswitch line is nice. Pee on a tree line is great, does a lot of damage to Blest. Not the best/way better than you is very true since Byron doesn't deliver perfect doubletime but still does it better than Blest.
Blest isn't bad but a lot of his lines end up hurting him more than helping him. Byron's last verse sways the battle in his favor very heavily.
I really gotta say Byron on this one. Blest lost his clarity a bit during his fast rap and Byron was very on beat throughout his. Blest had some good lines and flow, but Byron's punches, flips, and personals all hit WAY harder than Blest's. The tupac flip was good, and he closed it well.
I would say Byron to advance because he was punching hard and fast. I would love to see what he does when he really slows down and doesn't just pop the slow in for a second to segue into the next fast part.
Blest came in swingin hard
Byron was eh with the fast tempo that didn't fit the beat
Blest came back punch flip punch
Byron's speed gets me every time, in a bad way
Blest to advance.
For content. Byron.
For flow. Blest.
Its a close one but Id go with Byron for the more damaging insults.
Blest wins, but I don't like that he rapped fast on the second verse. His first verse was on point.
Byron raps fast as if it were going to score more points. No.
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