Mao V1 - Shout-out line, nasally sound, lamb chop are all nice as hell. Execution/music is kind of a tacky rhyme.
Wolfie V1 - Same mistakes since day 1, flow diss, art sucks. Decent personals, but all of this stuff has been said against Mao before. Put yourself down/fake friend is very strong.
Mao V2 - Two years ago/actually prepared is nice. Ability to imagine is great. Finisher is a little awkward.
Wolfie V2 - Three voices is decent. Lack of content. That face/wise choice is decent.
Wolfie comes with some decent personals but most of them are in the same vein. I know it can be hard to come up with new lines when this is the third time you've battled but it really shows itself here. I haven't heard the other two battles but if Mao is reusing the same disses he does a better job of hiding it. Wolfie out-flows Mao by a little bit, but Mao makes up for it with lyricism by a larger margin.
Looks like these last three battles have swung in Mao's favor. You should go get your ass kicked by Bummer, who knows if you'll have the opportunity to do something like that again?
YO yo yo, lez be real yo, I killed everybody with my bars in that first verse bruhs. This Mophead367 is str8 wack doe; dude cunt even recognize when a mofo is been lethal on the mic. I vote for myself, Mao and Wolfie lose based on noshwag fundamentals.
Man I'm just so fucking glad we're battling again. Wolfie came dope, but I'd give this to Mickey just for how mentally creative he came here. Good shit guys.
First and foremost as a producer, I love the beat choice. Sirch is a legend. [KOA!]
On to the battle though.
Mao's 1st verse was wack. I didn't really dig the vocal change-ups or whatever he did; it doesn't mesh very well with the rest of the track. His rhymes were also sort of off-beat for the majority of the track. He had some dope lines (the one concerning crack was dope) and his second verse was better than his first, but all in all he gets the butt-end of the stick.
Wolfie gets my vote for this.
First of all, I realize you guys do hip hop strictly for fun, let's just get that outta the way now. But- you guys are always entertaining and I click every link of each of yours that I see, so I'll give you that much! Take this review with a grain of salt however...
Now, since Mickey has been a trolling-ass punk to me all year so far, and I'm not saintly enough to retain the approval of Wolfie- I'm finally going to be brutally honest with you guys.
Congratulations! You've improved over the past 2 years!!!! Using my groundbreaking "1-10" scaling system, I have 2012 Mickey at a 2.5 overall rating, which falls somewhere above Eli Porter, and just below 50 Tyson.
THIS YEAR THOUGH- A whopping 2.8! That's MC Pee Pants tier dawg!
Seriously though, Mao was all over the damn place in this one, and after debating it in my head a bit, I'm leaning toward a nearly unfathomable conclusion that he has actually regressed in skill since 2012. His batshit insanity and near-passable lyricism make it worth listening to though, which is a quality Mickey's consistently shown, and thus keeps me coming back to hear his shit.
I know this is for fun and you don't care about exposure and stuff, but you need to try and apply more emotion into your vocals! If you're gonna keep at this, fun or serious, try to improve that aspect yo.
I know It can be tough to discover your true "rap voice", but at least start experimenting with different emotions and vocal pitches to come up with a persona you're comfortable with (with your main focus on not being quite as monotonous). Trying out other genres is a great way to practice vocal range, so I'd recommend that.
Anyway, this battle was enjoyable, so thanks for linking me.
Mickey wins my vote- because even though he's historically voted against me in nearly every battle in my 15-2 career, he still brought energy, variety, and creativity to the table here.
I respect that, kind of. I guess.
tl:dr- Entertaining as usual, but you guys should work at improving in some ares. Even if this is a hobby.
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