Queen Of The Ring – “Do Or Die”
It’s time for another female battle rap event put on by the number one female battle league Queen of The Ring!
“Do or Die” is going down on Saturday, September 28 at the Judas Brother Boxing Gym in Brooklyn, New York!
The card is sick Dot Mob’s Chayna Ashley will go up against Young Gattas who has been known to give male & female battler’s that work!
Another female Dot Mob representative and Top-Tier battle rapper T-Rex’s wife Star Smilez will go head to head with California’s Looney Divine!
Fan fave Krissy Yamagucci will make her return to Queen Of The Ring and face off against C3 who has also been known to dig a few graves!
New Jersey will be in the building as bar heavy Lexx Banko battles new comer Official who many believe is in the fast lane to becoming a top-tier battler!
The Main Event has a lot of people excited and talking…..Yonkers representative/lyrical gravedigger Bonnie Godiva will face off against Boston’s Bean Town Beast 40 B.A.R.R.S!
Bonnie has promised the fans a 3-0 while 40 B.A.R.R.S has challenged Bonnie to try to win even one round!
Shot97 will be in the building and you should make it your business to be there too!
All of these beautiful woman have BARS, it is sure to be a great night and the fried chicken is poppin!
Babs Bunny and Vague Presents Queen of The Ring “Do or Die ”
Judas Brother Boxing Gym
400 Liberty Avenue Brooklyn, NY 11207
September 28, 2013
On September 28, 2013, Babs Bunny and Vague Presents Queen of The Ring: “Do or Die.”
Queen of The Ring has proclaimed its title in the female hip hop industry.
Saturday September,28 a dozen hungry female MC’s will battle in hopes to claim that number one spot, Queen of The Ring.
Come out and be a part of the biggest female movement in hip hop history.
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In 2005 the lost art of battle rap was slowing making it’s way back to the forefront of Hip Hop.
Battle rap was considered a male dominated sport and most fans couldn’t imagine a woman engaging in a rough verbal exchange assuming they where too sensitive.
Fast forward to the year 2010. Ironically two men who started Queen of the Ring (Vague & Debo) were running a battle league called “King of the Ring.”
Both Debo & Vague soon thought it would be even better to do a female league, thus “Queen of the Ring” was born — the 1st of it’s kind.
QOTR was becoming popular in the battle circuit with fresh names on the rise such as E. Hart, Phara
Funeral, Don Ladyii, QB, Norma Bayts, JaZ the Rapper, K Prophet etc.
Still, the two owners felt it could use another owner with a female touch — enter BaBs Bunny.
Most people know BaBs from MTV (Making the Band) fame.
BaBs was a perfect fit due to her knowing the rigors of up & coming artist and her own experience in the entertainment game.
In the two years of its existence, QOTR has now built a power house brand — matched by none.
As the culture continues to grow, fans show endless support as Vague, Babs and Debo change the game of battle rap.
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