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Freestyle Forum!!!!!!!!

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Once again, it’s time for the Barbershop’s Freestyle Forum. (click here to see the last round)Starting with the first person who responds to this post, everyone must write 1-2 lines of freestyle verse. Will there be overlap? Sure. Will there be mistakes? No doubt. But that’s part of the fun!!! (I promise!!!!)
ALL BARBERSHOP REGULARS ARE REQUIRED TO PARTICIPATE AT LEAST ONCE!!!!!

90 comments

  1. Tanya - June 2, 2008 5:50 pm

    Dude are you for real yo freaking name is Samuel
    Your shit don’t even make sense like its from a Vanilla Ice rap manuel

  2. Tanya - June 2, 2008 5:53 pm

    What were you trying to say? I’ll let you go again
    Taco Bell Wrecka Stow, Al Green? Damn the garbage never ends

  3. Tanya - June 2, 2008 6:18 pm

    PS – Thanks Samara! I told you I was Black! LOL

  4. Samuel - June 2, 2008 6:30 pm

    You don’t know nothin bout that. It all went over your head.
    Just like your sister’s adam’s apple like DC said.
    Ain’t no garbage here, just real talk, but you wouldn’t know
    I can see it now, Miss Rap Supreme on BET’s new show
    “Pimp my Camel Toe”

  5. www.rayandsamara.com - June 2, 2008 6:43 pm

    I’mma have to agree Samuel your flow is kinda weak
    your flow is like Nick Cannon — a corny ass geek

  6. Samuel - June 2, 2008 7:05 pm

    HA!! It’s funny that you think my flow is weak, RayandSamara.
    When your flow is rancid like 3-day old hot dog water
    You can’t bust this intellectual flow if you tried
    You’re like Mariah’s noassatall pills while I’m Rap’s Pesticide
    I’m that bug juice eliminatin the competition
    While you gettin sprayed like snitches with party ammunition

  7. Tanya - June 2, 2008 7:06 pm

    Looks like the ladies rip the freestyle and dominate the show
    WYLTK, Samara and Tanya straight pimped it, DC & Sam you da hoe

  8. Tanya - June 2, 2008 7:17 pm

    Sam you’re more like the rapping roach that just got sprayed
    You were creeping in a dark corner, I turned on the lights, whipped you, and got paid

  9. Samuel - June 2, 2008 7:20 pm

    As always, the ladies jump too quick to claim the prize
    To think they runnin this is like believin
    Tanya’s fat Unkle Susie won’t order SupaSize fries
    But they mistaken cuz the show is taken
    You confused that you destined to lose
    But stay in denial, while we know the real
    Yo raps are like yo mama’s salty Malt-O-Meal.

  10. Tanya - June 2, 2008 7:34 pm

    The ladies won the battle with that you can’t deny
    You fronted like superman and got hit with dat kryptonite
    B**ch be honest, now who’s da burger with da fries?

  11. Samuel - June 2, 2008 7:53 pm

    Crazy to see the delusional crackhead you are
    Like watching you and your Uncle Daddy run into a parked car
    You can be the burger, the shake, AND the fries
    But you know you not the regular or the medium size
    Just like you said, you Miss Wrap Supreme
    Make sure you don’t forget the extra cheese and sour cream
    And ask ya moms who your new Uncle might be
    He might be the one givin you that extra cheese for free

  12. Tanya - June 2, 2008 8:10 pm

    Your style is on par with Ford’s Poor Man’s Pinto
    Even yo pops is on my flow, but tell dude stop jacking off outside my window

  13. wouldn't you like to know? - June 2, 2008 8:12 pm

    look up to the milky way, it’s a bird, it’s a plane.
    nope, wait a sec, it’s supa nova w-y-l-t-k.
    you dudes eyes get wide like saucers, when y’all see me take flight.
    yeah yeah, i know, “i look great in these tights”, but just like these tights, i’m bout to dig in y’all ass, cause
    i’m getting sick and tired of reading this weak ass trash.
    you brothas lack rhythm, nobody wants to dance.
    they call that weak shit, “garbmanage” in france.
    “fuck that trash” is for what it stands.
    now make way, before i sink y’all asses quicker than sand.

  14. Samuel - June 2, 2008 8:46 pm

    I got my Poor Man’s Pinto chrome-plated all over
    My pops’ your new uncle daddy, your mom’s new High Roller
    Your uncle of the week peakin in yo window
    Smokin on his joint while he lookin at yo culo
    But ya moms don’t know cuz she cookin him some steaks
    He jackin in yo window while she fixin him a plate
    Snappin pictures of yo fixtures and sendin them to MTO
    I saw you on the site, this week’s number one hoe
    While gettin waxed by this simple flow is hard to believe
    Make sure you get that afro permed that stuck under yo weave

  15. Tanya - June 2, 2008 9:19 pm

    I see you trying hard and getting better each time you try to rhyme
    But you gotta dig real deep and study Kool Herc if you trying to f*cks wit mine

  16. Tanya - June 2, 2008 9:29 pm

    It’s okay go home and pray one day you’ll find yo way
    I’ll save yo spot on the losers block cause dats where yo ass must stay

  17. Tanya - June 2, 2008 9:45 pm

    Poor Sammy boy he tried so hard and wanted to be down
    But I brought the pain, destroyed his name, and he’s forever the Freestyle Clown

  18. Samuel - June 2, 2008 10:00 pm

    My rhymes progressed while yo rhymes reversed
    Yo lyrical nonsense keep gettin worse
    My shit stay tight like Shonuff’s converse
    So I’ll reimburse yo wack ass verse
    And disperse the rhymes that make you grab tissues
    Cuz those verses, you wish you could re-issue
    Make yo tongue twist like a wet kiss
    While you persist and wish
    That you won the battle of wits
    But on the real, you gettin dismissed
    But keep tryin
    I insist

  19. Samuel - June 2, 2008 10:11 pm

    I’m gettin me some Panda Express
    And I’m goin home for some rest
    It’s time for me to cease
    But don’t decrease this conversation piece
    Impress me with what you got to release
    Peace, love, and hair grease!!!

  20. www.rayandsamara.com - June 3, 2008 2:06 am

    I’m LMAO at yall fools going forth and back
    but the flow about uncles and daddies –
    that ish is extremely wack
    go ahead and eat the Panda that is sure to give you a stroke
    be sure to order the extra eggroll, fried rice, and a large coke
    perhaps all that grease, a nap, and a new day will help
    cause those sorry ass rhymes today got you bad reviews on Yelp

  21. Samuel - June 3, 2008 11:13 am

    Bad reviews on Yelp?
    You need self-help, Yo rhymes are apallin
    I’m bustin grown up rhymes while yo sh!t is still crawlin
    I’m spttin cross-overs like my name was King Spalding
    Like Jim Jones, I be BALLIIIIIN!!!
    That Beijing Chicken I had was off the chain
    But I only got rice, didn’t get no chow mein
    My fortune cookie said “Success means competition”
    I know you tried to bust an ambitious rendition
    But keep writin rhymes in fear, fallin flat in yo face
    I can’t find success cuz ain’t no real competition in this place

  22. lisa - June 3, 2008 11:13 pm

    This hiphop sucks, I think I’ll embrace instrumental
    Hair swinging, chest beating, shouting uncouth spital,
    Where’s the hiphop that engages those giftedly mental?
    I guess I’ll keeping looking for that freestyle protege
    Whose mission is to not lead our youth further and further away from beautiful possibilities…hey Dr. Hill? Do you think it could be me?

  23. wouldn't you like to know? - June 4, 2008 7:59 am

    lisa, i doubt there are any kids on the floor.
    with this hip-hop sh!t, sometimes you gotta be hardcore.
    my simple rhymes, are filled with double entendres and metaphors.
    so BABY girl, i think you may have to dig deeper to even the score.

  24. lisa - June 4, 2008 9:26 am

    Hardcore?
    Let’s explore hardcore,
    It’s when women don’t settle in their desires for a relationship
    Only to have a cracked face when he jumps ship.
    Hardcore
    When you really see the tug-of-war on college campuses where black men are weighed down by the dual bags of “keeping it real” and zenith expectations. They try not to disappoint their future while navigating in a hostile and temptation-laden environment all the while not seeking God’s purpose for their lives.
    Hardcore
    A fearlessness in being a servant of the Most High God!
    “Go to Haiti to bring relief to those eating mudcakes” – Gone!
    “Go to this troubled women’s group for however long it takes to sort things out struggling and striving together as we make beauty out of ashes.” – Gone!
    Hardcore
    A fearlessness in taking teens mountain-climbing and pushing them to go higher and higher. Leading them out of the mall so they can work on the beauty within.
    Hardcore
    A fierceness in daily distinguishing between the Lover of my soul and the one who dispises my soul through any diabolical disguise.
    Hardcore
    I’m like David when it comes to giants. I come with a few small stones in the Name of the Most High God.
    These are but a few examples of how I define hardcore
    Your example of Hardcore (Thuggery) is what I call cowardice and wimpy. :(

    Yeah, I think I will abandon your hippy-hip-hop and I hope any impressionable mind on this site will too.:)

  25. DCI74 - June 4, 2008 9:31 am

    WTH???

  26. Regkam2 - June 4, 2008 9:36 am

    LMAO!! I’m sorry but the ladies are STR8 ripping it up!! It was a good battle but Tanya, you are the victor.

  27. DCI74 - June 4, 2008 12:26 pm

    Lol whatever you say Regkam2! This joint took a far left turn to infinite wackness when Tanya started sounding like a discount version of Nicky 2 States which ain’t saying much lol. Ya’ll can have this blog battle.

  28. Tanya - June 4, 2008 6:22 pm

    Regkam – Thanks! I tried!

    WE ALL KNOW DC is a HATER! DC just put me in the same boat at Weezy!

  29. Regkam2 - June 5, 2008 8:07 am

    Well, I think Weezy suck and is a very disturbed young male.

  30. DCI74 - June 5, 2008 12:38 pm

    Cosign Regkam2 and we all know Tanya has reading comprehension issues lol.

  31. Tanya - June 5, 2008 5:26 pm

    LOL, Reading comprehension issues????

    DC do you have reflective character disorder, because you always try and put your flaws on me!!!

    I.E. – “…don’t front, you’re behind the screen acting real ‘cagey’ with your thesaurus and rhyming dictionary.” -DC

    DC, now you know that was you with a thesaurus and rhyming dictionary trying to combat my flow.

    And I think it is very clear based on most of your responses to my posts that you’re the one with reading comprehension issues! But we can compare SAT scores and college GPAs if you want a definitive conclusion!

    Love ya DC!!!

  32. Tanya - June 5, 2008 5:32 pm

    Regkam,

    I too felt the same way about Weezy. But then I saw his “Ask Weezy” segment on MTV, and it totally changed my mind!

    I would urge you watch a few of those clips on YouTube; it might change your perspective.

    Weezy is not as disturbed as he looks!

    BTW- He has a BA in Psychology! How many other rappers have degrees?

  33. DCI74 - June 6, 2008 11:54 am

    “BTW- He has a BA in Psychology! How many other rappers have degrees?”

    MCs with degrees isn’t as rare as one would think.

    Phonte and Big Pooh of Little Brother
    Naledge of Kidz in The Hall
    David Banner
    Stat Quo
    Chuck D
    J-Live, who is a teacher in addition to being an MC with a huge underground following
    Dr. Roxanne Shante
    Kool Moe Dee
    Chingo Blingo
    Immortal Technique (Poly/Sci grad and one of the dopest MCs most people have never heard of)
    Skinny Deville of Nappy Roots
    Master P
    Killer Mike
    Just to name a few then there are countless others that attended school but didn’t finish like E-40, DJ Premier, Plies, Kweli, & Mos Def

  34. Tanya - June 6, 2008 8:07 pm

    Wow, I’ve never heard of most of those rappers. But then again, I’m no hip-hop head.

    I’m assuming most of those rappers are old school, so my question would be; how many of them received their degrees before their rapping career???

    Most rappers don’t have a retirement plan, so when their rap careers come to an end they have to “resort” to a “normal” course of life, i.e. – school and the workforce. Thus, some of them may later earn degrees.

    The fact that Weezy earned his degree as an “urban” youth and BEFORE his considerable fame, speaks volumes, in my humble opinion.

  35. DCI74 - June 6, 2008 11:39 pm

    “I’m assuming most of those rappers are old school, so my question would be; how many of them received their degrees before their rapping career???”

    Then you would be making a wrong assumption Tanya. The only rappers I listed that would be considered old school would be Chuck, Moe Dee and Shante, the rest have been making music for the last 5-15 years. Wayne was already famous and had 2 solo albums and 1 group album under his belt before going to college. All of these other rappers except Kool Moe Dee got their degrees before going into the music business, and specifically Phonte and Big Pooh actually met as students in college in NC. Shante is a special exception because her entire college career was financed by her record label as part of a clause in her contract they never expected her to actually follow through with. They paid for every dime from undergrad all the way to her PhD.

    What Wayne did by going to school is admirable but many have done it before him and are still doing it.

  36. Tanya - June 7, 2008 1:01 am

    Well if they have “been making music for the last 5-15 years”, I think that reasonably puts them in the old school category. So by all accounts my assumption was accurate.

    You stated – “Wayne was already famous and had 2 solo albums and 1 group album under his belt before going to college.”

    Lil Wayne was 14 years old when he first publically began making music. Those albums dropped before he was even college age. Most people in that situations wouldn’t even consider college, they would just throw themselves full-throttle into being famous and making millions.

    Wayne threw himself into the books and completed his degree. That shows character and substance to a significant degree. – Pun intended!

    And the fact that I don’t recognize most of those rappers lends to the notion that their rap careers were probably not that promising, which is why they HAD to go to school and find something else to do. For those that “got their degrees before going into the music business”, that just further proves my point. They didn’t have the distraction of fame and money while completing their degrees which makes the feat of receiving the degree less impressive.

    You listed Andre 3000, Lauryn Hill, Rakim, Jay-Z, and Biggie as your top five rappers. Did any of them take a pause after their initial fame or in the middle of all the fame and money to go to school???

    This is one of the reasons why Wezzy stands out.

  37. DCI74 - June 7, 2008 10:27 am

    I’m not sure where you are getting your information from Tanya but Wayne was 15 when he joined the Hot Boys and they dropped their first group album when Cash Money was still an indie label. The following year in 1998 when Wayne was 16 they released their first major label group album, then 2 years later when Wayne was 18 they dropped their second group album and Wayne dropped his first solo album. So again he wasn’t an unknown rapper when he started college, in the late 90s Cash Money were the kings of the bling era and they were selling records like hot cakes. It was after Lights Out was dropped in 200 that he started college so I was actually incorrect. He had 3 group and 2 solo albums before starting school.

    Now the fact that you don’t recognize some of the names of these rappers doesn’t at all mean that they don’t or haven’t had promising careers because they do and have. There is a lot more music out there than what hits the mainstream, there are countless artists that have very strong independent, underground and overseas followings that is in no way a slight to there success just because they’re not getting spins on the Powers, Hots and mainstream video outlets (in fact many prefer the indie underground route because in the end it’s much more lucrative than having a big label behind you). I would encourage you to just explore and you’ll find that there is a lot of great music being made that you won’t hear via mainstream outlets. When you realize that there are only 3 big major labels and only 2 major companies that own 95% of all radio stations it becomes clear how filtered mainstream music truly is. That is why you can go to any major city and there’s always at least one Clearchannel station and one Infinity and or Radio One station with very little change in the playlist.

    I get it, you like Wayne and that’s cool. Like I said what he’s done in terms of college is admirable and because many of my kids like his music as well I use him as an example of someone that despite humble beginnings can still get a quality education. But rappers have been going to college for years and just because you may not have heard of them and you said you’re not a hip hop head doesn’t make their accomplishments any less relevant because you don’t know of them as well as you know of Wayne which is obvious. Its a lot more commonplace than you think that rappers either have degrees or have spent some time in school and it’s not because they needed a backup plan, it’s because they want to be as knowledgeable as possible about the business of music. Artists these days are much more savvy regarding the music business than those in the past and a lot of that has to do with them going to school.

  38. Tanya - June 7, 2008 11:57 am

    DC, Reading Comprehension brother!

    You stated in #87 –
    “I’m not sure where you are getting your information from Tanya but Wayne was 15 when he joined the Hot Boys and they dropped their first group album when Cash Money was still an indie label…Wayne was 18 they dropped their second group album and Wayne dropped his first solo album. So again he wasn’t an unknown rapper when he started college.”

    I stated in #86 –
    “Lil Wayne was 14 years old when he first publically began making music. Those albums dropped before he was even college age. Most people in that situations wouldn’t even consider college, they would just throw themselves full-throttle into being famous and making millions.”

    You stated in #87 –
    “Its a lot more commonplace than you think that rappers either have degrees or have spent some time in school and it’s not because they needed a backup plan…”

    I stated in #86 –
    “…For those that “got their degrees before going into the music business”, that just further proves my point. They didn’t have the distraction of fame and money while completing their degrees which makes the feat of receiving the degree less impressive.

    You listed Andre 3000, Lauryn Hill, Rakim, Jay-Z, and Biggie as your top five rappers. Did any of them take a pause after their initial fame or in the middle of all the fame and money to go to school???

    This is one of the reasons why Wezzy stands out.”

    You obviously missed the premise of my argument!

  39. Tanya - June 7, 2008 12:00 pm

    For the record, I’m really not a huge Lil Wayne fan or anything. Honestly, I’m not a huge fan of rap in general. I just learned some positive things about Lil Wayne recently and I respect him now.

  40. BlueHornet - July 17, 2009 4:53 pm

    This looks cool so far, what’s up people?
    If it’s not just all bots here, let me know. I’m looking to network
    Oh, and yes I’m a real person LOL.

    Peace,

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