Bubba Sparxxx vs Olivia

Bubba Sparxxx vs Olivia

In Round 2, First Lady of G-Unit Olivia won a clean one against 40 Glocc with a 53% win, but the face-off between her & Round 1 winner Bubba Sparxxx could be a rumble in the mud. Will she get the men to “Bizzounce” by taking the first female Top 5 Dead Or Alive: FINAL ROUND win? You Decide!


Poll Results

I’m going to name Andre 3000 in my list. He’s got to go number one. He’s just my favorite emce of all time. Period. I would figure he’d be on the Hall of Fame list of rappers you can’t name. He’s pretty much in everybody’s Top 5.

This is so hard. This game is not fair! Hhmm. I would have to name Lil Wayne in my list. I have loved Wayne since his Hot Boys days. I’ve always been a huge fan of his and loved what he’s done in rap.

Number two would have to go to Trick Daddy. I’m from the South. Trick Daddy is another cat that’s just original. When it comes to me, it’s all about originality. What you’re going to notice is the people I’m naming here all [contain] originality. These are people who are original and, at least when they came out, there had never been people that sounded like them. Now there may have been people afterward sound like them, but prior there wasn’t.

Kanye West is in my list of course. I love him just because he’s a cocky a**hole. I love it. Even when people started hating on him, I loved it. I will always rock with Kanye West no matter what’s going on with him.

Number three would be Ice Cube. When I first started listening to hip-hop, late 80’s, early 90’s, when I was a kid, there really wasn’t a lot of that music. There was the Geto Boys that came out of the South and Uncle Luke did his thing with the booty shake music out of Miami. But as far as emcees, there wasn’t really any artists out of the South yet. Not a whole lot anyway. So N.W.A., Ice Cube, that was my sh*t. He had some classic albums. He definitely marks a generation.

I definitely have to put Andre 3000 in there. He was always different with his music. He was never afraid to try anything and it didn’t matter what it was. Andre’s originality was always something I really admired.

Number four is UGK (Pimp C & Bun B). Rest in peace to Pimp C. He’s another one of a kind rapper that broke the mold. He was such a tremendous spirit and I loved his personality. Vocally and originality, he’s one of the best ever to me.

I didn’t really want to [say] the kid from Canada’s name, Drake, because he was a little bit of a hater. But he definitely is dope. So I’ll give him his props still. I’m the most impressed with his rapping skills. I listened to his mixtape stuff as well. I’m a fan of real rap and that’s why I love artists like Mos Def. If you’re dope, I’ll listen to you. I don’t just jump on the bandwagon because everybody else does.

My last one’s got to be Cee-Lo from Goodie Mob. That’s Dungeon Family right there. Cee Lo is actually the most slept on artist. It’s a tie between him and Rich Boy. Cee Lo starting to get his props with the singing and pop music sound. But as far as the emcee skills and spitting, he never got his props.

My last pick would be for Busta Rhymes. Busta is just amazing. Even [as a member of] Leaders of the New School, you always knew he was the star of the group. He’s just a great guy and keeps on getting better as he progresses. Even the stuff he puts out now is killing the young kids. Busta is always going to be one of the best in my eyes.

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