Saturday, September 11, 2010

Grind Time Now Presents: Legacy vs D'Meitz

Legacy started the rhyme clash representing Baltimore talking junk about his D'Meitz's clothes and style calling him a nerd. He said that his adversary was a mix between Carleton and jigga. He told his adversary that he would never get to meet the browns and tried to tell him that he wasn't tough. D'Meitz then went into rhyme and said Legacy's father and granddaddy went to war. He told a story about it and at the end of his verse wished horrible things on his opposition. Legacy won this round of the cypher for sure.

In the second round of the rhyme battle Legacy accused D'Meitz of faking every bar and everything being exaggerated. He claimed that when Legacy's girl goes black she'd never go back and said that he would slice him until his blade breaks. D'Meitz went into this cypher trying to claim that Legacy wasn't real and unsuccessful. He made a few thorough baseball punchlines especially the on at the end. D'Meitz won this round of the rapping battle in my opinion.

In the third round of the rap clash Legacy had a hundred names for D'Meitz and tried to call him a bitch. He asked his adversary if he was a German gangster. He accused his opposition of never having a woman before and playing womanly roles around the house. He tried to imply that his opponent looked like someone who had a harsh life growing up. D'Meitz said that he would tie Legacy girl to the train tracks and beat her. He tried to call his adversary a comic and tried to call him a choke artist. This round of the rhyme clash was a tie in my opinion.

In the fourth round of the cypher D'Meitz went in with a Jamaican voice and asked Legacy why he had eyes like GIN, he was goofy. He accused his opposition lacked grammar skill and talked about his mother as if she was a servant. He accused her of having horse hairs. Legacy then went into spit his verse claiming that Grind Time was making him feel bad. He said that he had to stomp on D'Meitz carcass and seemed to have to freestyle because he did't expect his to have to go a fourth round. He told his adversary they can brawl anyway he'd like. In my opinion D'Meitz won this round of the rap clash.

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