It's now been 14 years since a 19-year-old named Jin Au-Yeung took the stage during BET's 106 & Park's "Freestyle Friday" segment, where he won seven battles in a row, taking down his challengers with the type of bravado that turned each week's battle.
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and ‘Crow’ movies aren’t supposed to be funny." While “Bodied” teems with the energy and detail of the subculture it represents, it also presents the brutal gladiator grounds of battle rap as the last safe space for free speech — vicious.
A steady output of motivational hood anthems has catapulted Skola as the city's most adored rapper ; on this song, he half-sings, half-raps about rolling with a team of winners and splurging on $500 hats. Is there ever really enough? ..... But then our.
If you pastor a smaller church or volunteer your leadership, I know it’s easy to get discouraged, feel alone in the battle, and even wonder if what ... or two or five or 10 more people who say yes to Jesus! That might happen in 2017, or it might take.
Marcos Santana directs and choreographs the production, which featuress 21 actors and stars two-time Tony nominee Robin de Jesus , who played Sonny in the original Broadway production. Here, he is Usnavi, our guide through a vibrant Washington .
With today marking the 16th anniversary of Jay-Z's The Blueprint, there's no question that the sixth studio album from the rap mogul is a certified classic ... choice of soulful samples and onslaught bars, however, there's no denying it's validity as.
The "Jimmy Kimmel Live" cameras met up with some hilarious kids, including one who wants us all to go with the story of Jesus created the Easter Bunny. Other highlights include that one time Jesus "led some people somewhere," when he was in Heaven .
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The script was penned by Alex Larsen, better known as Torontonian battle rap veteran Kid Twist. Larsen has been a prominent fixture in the now OVO-affiliated King of the Dot—Toronto's best-known battle ... and if there any bars he regrets rapping.
That's not to say it doesn't grab you from the first note — delivered by rap stars in an intriguing French version of “Oh, What a Night.” ... Credit for that goes to the guys who play the group: Aaron De Jesus as Frankie, Matthew Dailey as Tommy.