Ms. Fit vs E. HART (Rap Battle)
Queen of the Ring is the female battle league headed up by Babs Bunny, Vague and Debo, if you don’t know about it get to YouTube and start searching!
Two top-tier female battle rappers that everyone says are in the TOP FIVE, clash to see who is better bar for bar
E. HART reps Yonkers and the Boogie Down Bronx she is vicious in the ring and was apart of history when she battled Ms. Hustle on the Ultimate Rap League male dominated league (the only female emcees to ever hit the stage QB Black Diamond and Jaz The Rapper were the second when they put on last year) need I say more?
While Ms Fit reps Brooklyn to the fullest and spars with the likes of Cortez and Math Hoffa, she has bars to build prisons for years to come!
This was a serious pound for pound fight! A true BARFEST
YOU COULD RATE THIS TOP 5 IN FEMCEE BATTLE HISTORY!
Battle rapping, which can be freestyled, is the competition between two or more rappers in front of an audience. The tradition of insulting one’s friends or acquaintances in rhyme goes back to the dozens, and was portrayed famously by Muhammad Ali in his boxing matches. The winner of a battle is decided by the crowd and/or preselected judges. According to Kool Moe Dee, a successful battle rap focuses on an opponent’s weaknesses, rather than one’s own strengths.
The strongest battle rappers will generally perform their rap fully freestyled. This is the most effective form in a battle as the rapper can comment on the other person, whether it be what they look like, or how they talk, or what they wear. It also allows the rapper to reverse a line used to “diss” him or her if they are the second rapper to battle. This is known as a ‘flip’.
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