TK V1 - Fake gangster disses are really the only things that stood out to me.
Smurf V1 - Get robbed by fake gangsters is a good diss. Came with some clever lines (M-80s) but the suburban disses are a little redundant and in the end the fake gangster vs suburban kid disses sound a little too much like "no, you are!"
TK V2 - Shot five times is an incredibly amusing and satisfying diss, Eminem flip is great too. Imitation is another great diss.
Smurf V2 - Eminem opener made me laugh mainly because of the delivery. "If Eminem's dick" is a complete repetition from your first verse. "That means it's true" is a good flip too.
Smurf is far from bad but TK is way out of his league.
Verse 1 (TK):
Almost every line was a personal attack at Smurf's music or life, and definitely was a very good start to the battle. TK came out punching immediately, and I liked that. Some of his disses/punchlines though just weren't there for me, and I didn't like how he'd ended his verse with the Bio on FB lines, they just didn't land. He started off great though, and I definitely felt the lines ending with "dawg", definitely a good first verse. At this point, TK has it in his hands on lyrics and flow, great job.
Verse 2 (Dirty Smurf):
Opening with the Slim Shady line was pretty good, but the mad-dog-like-I-got-rabies line has been overplayed so many times in the past. There were some good disses here, but a lot of the verse was generic stuff that he could've said to almost any rapper. Smurf took the gangster approach, and I couldn't appreciate the simple flow, he was beat in that category. I did really like the "gainin weight cause I'm eatin good" line though. He's still in this at this point, but TK definitely still has the lead.
Verse 3 (TK):
Opened up with funny lines again, almost immediately, and everything was a good flip at Smurf's first verse. The shot yourself flip, the constant Smurf-name flips, and the 8 Mile flip, were all heavyweight punches. Great job, with a great flow again as well. At this point, I feel like TK has taken the battle, but we'll see where Dirty Smurf goes with his 2nd verse.
Verse 4 (Dirty Smurf):
A little bit better, I definitely rolled over in my chair laughing at the opening line, great punch, but it didn't hit as hard as it could have simply because you'd already mentioned the slim shady similarities throughout your entire first verse, so it almost seemed played out, as clever as it was. The rest of the verse is good, but still a somewhat simple flow, and some of the punches just weren't landing with authority. This was a good battle, but TK has taken it.
Overall, I would definitely have to give TK the victory on lyrics, flow, and delivery. Dirty Smurf has the voice and emotion that would definitely help him in these battles, but he just didn't back it up, as he spent most of his time dwelling on the Slim Shady disses, compiled with generic disses inbetween. As-to-where, almost everything TK said was a personal attack on his music or him.
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