Uptown Brawl: Drag-On Vs. Fred The Godson

Uptown Brawl: Drag-On Vs. Fred The Godson

Congrats to Round 1 winner Curren$y who championed with a whopping 100 percent vote. Today, we take it the birthplace of hip-hop, as rap newcomer Fred the Godson faces off against Drag-On. Will Fred’s list make him a Made Man, or is Drag’s list powered at full speed? Which Bronx bomber gets the props? You decide!


Poll Results

Young Jeezy. I’m not even going to front. I like Young Jeezy’s music and really loved his album, The Recession. That’s actually one of my favorite albums ever. I like Young Jeezy a lot.

Fred The Godson. I belong in there because I make good hip-hop. I know I’m fairly new to the average person. I know it might be premature, but me knowing what I can do and knowing what I got in store for everybody, I know my capabilities. I know I’m going to shake this game up.

Rick Ross. I really like Ross’ music these days, too. I’m a big fan of powerful music and that’s what I feel when I listen to Ross. Any artist that puts out powerful music, I’m a fan of them, so Ross has got to be in there.

Jadakiss. I chose him because of his crazy flow and longevity. If you think back to the mid-1990’s, he’s always had fire and the boy’s verses that he’s put out are crazy. “Kiss of Death” is one of my favorites.

Fabolous. Fab is someone else that’s been out recently and he’s always put out powerful music. He’s able to do that music for the women but he can still make street records too. I really like what Fab has been able to do.

Kanye West. He’s a genius from the beats to the rhymes. He has his own style and the way he does it is crazy. He puts the music together crazy from the beats to the metaphors to everything [else] he does. I know sometimes he acts crazy on some personal sh*t, but he’s one of the greatest ever.

Jadakiss. Jada has to be in everybody’s Top 5. He’s one of the best to ever do it. I definitely think he’s one of the best and he’s been one of the best for a long time as well.

Lil Wayne. Lil Wayne is a work horse. He changed up his style from when he first came into the game. He had that New Orleans style of rapping but as years went by, he really became a beast. He does everything, [from] songs like “Lollipop” and then he has songs like “A Milli” that are just crazy.

Lil Wayne. You can’t help but give it up to Lil Wayne. He’s been going in since those Cash Money days and he’s still going in now. He’s been working really hard. He’s got his record label going on, Young Money is up and running, looking really good now. He’s really been able to put his money up and do a lot for hip-hop.

Drake. When he first came out, he tore it up. His mixtapes were getting compared to albums. He really brought back the good mixtape, making people have to really go in with their own and plus he can do the whole singing and rapping thing. “Find Your Love” and joints like that are hot, but he can do so many types of records where he’s just going off.

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