DAYLYT “ASS NAKED WITH A SHOT GUN “OFFICIAL MUSIC VIDEO
One of the most prolific battlers of the region, the Fresh Coast’s Reverse Live has been putting in work longer than most of your favorite battlers. Getting his start in GrindTime, the Hollister, CA native burst onto the scene taking on some of the most popular battle rappers in the game today, including Dizaster, Eurgh, and Tantrum. Since then, Reverse has stayed on his grind, always down to accept a battle, but lately has begun a resurgence onto the scene, squaring off against newcomers in King of the Dot’s Fresh Coast division. Always good for a dope performance, Reverse Live has perfected his aggressive style, usually seen getting in the face of his opponents while rattling off one of his impressive schemes. Back on the KOTDFC camera, Reverse takes on Cadalack Ron in one of the battles from the wildly successful Alcatraz event.
Another veteran of the West Coast, Los Angeles’ own Cadalack Ron is one of the most recognizable figures in the game today, with his patented long hair and sunglasses. While not a person you might at first glance associate with battle rap, Caddy has shown time and time again that he can be one of the most deadly character assassins in the ring. With a resume that includes opponents such as Real Deal, Caustic and Dirtbag Dan, Ron has certainly put his fair share of work in. Seen most recently in King of the Dot, Cadalack Ron’s unique combination of stoner swag and debilitating punchlines has made him a crowd favorite, helping facilitate his resurgence in game as of late. Back for another KOTD battle against Fresh Coast colleague Reverse Live, this battle is the next up to be seen from the Alcatraz event.
What started as just a simple idea proposed during a company meeting by Battle Rap journalist Michael Hughes has now evolved into a full-blown battle league. Through various interviews conducted by Hughes as well as business meetings with Vlad, one of Battle Rap’s elite MCs, Math Hoffa, was brought on board and contributed greatly to the first ever Killaz Battle League event. Combine those two factors with VladTV’s colossal presence on the Internet, and you have the birth of Killaz, a fresh and powerful battle league to help the culture evolve as a whole.
The main battle for the first ever Killaz Battle League event was a highly anticipated rematch between Math Hoffa and T-Rex, and the actual battle lived up to the hype surrounding it in every way. It was a one round battle, but a classic regardless. Both Math and Rex came fully prepared with some serious bars and the energy from the crowd only made their lyrical rumble more entertaining. Both of their entourages were highly involved in their match, as Bonnie Godiva got in Rex’s face after he called her out, and K-Shine eagerly stepped up with his renown “Get that n*gga Rex!” shout and even challenged Math to battle after the event had concluded.
Both Math and Rex put on a great show, but at the end of the day it all comes down to bars and delivery. Who do you think was victorious?
In 2011, very few people knew who 100 Bulletz was. All of that changed during the 2012 1 vs. 1 Grand Prix in which Bulletz made a deep run, impressing many by taking down veterans such as Charron and Kid Twist. Now, in 2013, Bulletz is extending his fan base, having battled overseas in Don’t Flop, done a Proving Grounds URL battle, and made his debut appearance in KOTDWC. Bulletz is one of the best new faces in the circuit today, refreshing crowds with his wordplay-centric style that is both complex and clever. Continuing his rise to the top, the Windsor native has put in an incredible amount of work in the past 18 months and is finally beginning to see the fruits of his labor.
One of the most well known faces in battle rap, Dirtbag Dan can claim to both one of the best bearded battlers and one of the most traveled. Having battled on camera in Sweden, Canada, Australia, Norway, England, and the Philippines, DBD has been in the game longer than most and has the resume to back up his skills. Representing San Jose, Dan has made himself synonymous with battle rap, having racked up countless battles against opponents such as Mac Lethal, Mad Child of Swollen Members, 360 and Ness Lee. Over the course of his lucrative career, Dan has earned a dedicated following of fans, and has worked just as hard to establish himself as an emcee as he has to develop his battling skills.