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A product of St. Louis, RemyD is one of a long line of successful battle rappers having emerged from the city in years past. First appearing on camera in leagues such as Word War and Fight Klub, Remy paid his dues in the ring with fellow battlers such as Arsonal, Yung Ill, and Hitman Holla, before taking a brief hiatus from the scene. Since his return, his killing spree has taken him across the country, taking on veterans such as Jonny Storm, Sonny Bamboo and QP, expanding his fanbase in leagues such as No Coast and Street Status. With his first battle on King of the Dot only 3 months ago, Remy has become a fan favorite already, leaving fans clamoring for more of his signature fast paced, punchline packed flow. Back on the KOTD stage, RemyD steps up against another crowd favorite, Pass, in this headlining battle from KOTDFC’s Alcatraz event.
One of several faces synonymous with the West Coast movement, Pass (formerly Passwurdz) has been in his fair share of bouts on camera. First seen at the young age of 16 in a now classic freestyle battle with Iron Solomon, Pass burst onto the battle scene swinging. Building his name in Grind Time, Pass took on fellow West Coast vets Illusion-Z, Daylyt and Locksmith, before participating in one of the highlight battles of his career in a hotly contested match against Hollow Da Don. Since then, Pass has not let up on his grind, continuing to book matches and stay sharp, appearing most often lately in King of the Dot. Headlining the Alcatraz event, Pass takes on one of his toughest opponents yet in RemyD.
Clearly one of the best out of the new URL recruits, JC has already proven that he can hang with the top dogs. Despite an apparent age disparity, the Pontiac, MI native has posted classic matchups with Chilla Jones and Yung Ill, having earned his spot as front runner. Utilizing a clean, sharp flow combined with an edgy creativity, what JC lacks in experience he more than makes up for in pure talent. Not one to back down from a challenge, the new comer has already made appearances in 5 separate leagues, usually facing off against some of the best from the respective divisions. Making his first appearance in King of the Dot, JC agreed to take on the West Coast heavy hitter Caustic in one of the headlining battles from KOTDWC’s next event, Alcatraz.
One of the veteran members from the legendary West Coast scene, Caustic (formerly Kid Caustic) has solidified his place as one of the battle game’s most destructive forces. Well known for never pulling punches in his bouts, the Union City rep digs up dirt on his opponents and uses it to obliterate them in the ring. Having been in the ring with top tier opponents such as 24/7, Rone, and John John da Don, Caustic is no stranger to tough competition, and lately has been on a murder spree with the intent to secure the top spot in his division. Effortlessly able to switch between his humorous, laid back style and an aggressive, hostile approach, Caustic combines wit with bars to pick apart his opponents. Back in King of the Dot, Caustic steps up against JC in this next release from Alcatraz.
This is the battle the streets wanted to see and when the streets want it we give it to them. Chayna Ashley vs E Hart, two powerhouse names in Queen of the Ring. Both have the tools and skill set to take out even the hottest male battle rapper. When these two ladies lock horns their both will give off that street feel very little have in this game. So were going to keep the talk small and get into this action packed battle. Who will be crowned Queen?
Grind Time Now’s highest viewed battle rapper Conceited, travels down to Florida to take on Ozone legend Jonny Storm. This one round battle was filled with more punchlines than your normal regulation battles. Who do you think won?
In the middle of setting up for a festival in downtown Orlando, Grind Time Now got the opportunity to book Conceited vs Jonny Storm. Being that both emcees were on tour, they agreed to one round. With Jonny Storm actually having to fly back to his home town to make this happen, we are thankful we could get both emcees to even agree to battle. Hip Hop at its finest.