In this episode of BAR FIGHT, an unlikely match goes head to head in a battle of lyrics and wits. In another East Coast meets West Coast matchup, Chase Moore provides excellent and smooth production for both rounds.
First off, we have Don Mykel, a young man from Harlem in New York City. He always always has a HOT 16. We first got wind of this talented emcee at the Mission Underground Los Angeles 2015 cyphers auditions, in which he placed in the top ten. Since the competition, Don has brought intense energy to his craft and work ethic, dropping numerous projects and featuring on many online publications and freestyle shows.
Next, Jeff Turner, a TeamBackPack veteran, has been featured in over 10 TBP cyphers. He has mobilized and inspired thousands of fans with his strong delivery, message, and conviction on the microphone. We first linked with Jeff in 2012, when he captured the top four in our San Francisco cypher competition for that year. Since then he has dropped two projects, toured the country several times and continued
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“Over the boardwork of producer Chase Moore, both emcees deliver dynamic rhymes that drip with both passion and purpose. It’s a rap battle, sure, but if you close your eyes, it sounds like two preachers delivering an epic sermon.” – DJ Z of DJBOOTH.NET
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BAR FIGHT MATCH-UP
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