rap freestyle battle

rap freestyle battle

A Poem by José Humilde
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An example of some of my rhymes. Don't mean to sound sacrilegious...that's just how it wound up being. Sorry.

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Don't let the name fool ya; I'm far from humble.
I got intoxicating style that'll make you stumble.

All of your rhymes stink, they plug the noses.

I'm the lyrical prophet, you can call me Moses.


I can also bring plagues and part the seas.

No need for handshakes, you can greet me on your knees.

Intricate rhymes are how I do my speakin'
I got flows deeper than British Petroleum leakin'

People tend to call me by my nickname, Babe Ruthless.
My style got that KO punch; I'll leave your mouth toothless.

If you didn't know by now, I keeps it lyrical.
Baby Jesus called, said I'm the new miracle.

I raise the dead and turn the water into wine.
One flick of my wrist, I'll turn your girl into mine.

I know I talk a big game, but I back it up.
Your reign on the top is over, boy, pack it up.

No matter time, day, or place, I'm willing battle.

You can bring your lame a*s, I'll bring the paddle.


If you see me walking on the street, be sure to run away.
Although these rhymes are funny, I joke but I don't play!

© 2010 José Humilde


Author's Note

José Humilde
A nice way to relax and "spit some flows." haha, Just a side note, I really don't think that high of myself...just went with the flow and thats how it came out. I think I got into the mindset of a person that rap battles. The only problem is that I wasn't battling anyone. haha. Please enjoy my "freestyle."

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haha, i did enjoy this! this really flows and i can totally imagine somebody (you ;)) winning a rap battle with this... lot of clever lines here i liked -- 'baby jesus called, said i'm the new miracle' is so funny and biting... great job! lol don't compromise your swagger, i say...

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This is dope..! Love your humour and the tricky use of words to give a ring to it!
Keep writing .. :)

Posted 4 Years Ago


My name is alyssa and i'm from the hood,
they call me lyssalicious cuz they know i'm good.
they rap about my rhymes
or how i drop a line
them boys they come around
making me sound
like a superfly girl
with ribbons and curls
i'm not the type of girl you see
in the streets
working that corner for some sheets
or the type of girl you see
in the club working that pole
cuz she thinks shes good
i'm the type of girl you see
on the stage
workin that music
like its a new age
music is my life
and i rap good
so call me lyssalicious
cuz you know i'm good!

haha yours is better!

This review was written for a previous version of this writing

Posted 10 Years Ago


I raise the dead and turn the water into wine.
One flick of my wrist, I'll turn your girl into mine.

The funniest bar. LOL. The lyrics were clever and the syllable count helped it flow really well. You should do some more, minus the "Thug Life" thingy at the end. LOL.

This review was written for a previous version of this writing

Posted 10 Years Ago


haha, i did enjoy this! this really flows and i can totally imagine somebody (you ;)) winning a rap battle with this... lot of clever lines here i liked -- 'baby jesus called, said i'm the new miracle' is so funny and biting... great job! lol don't compromise your swagger, i say...

This review was written for a previous version of this writing

Posted 10 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.


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Added on May 22, 2010
Last Updated on June 12, 2010
Tags: rap, battle, music, funky, fresh, deep, oil, Gulf Coast
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José Humilde
José Humilde

Pocatello, ID



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I'm a simple man with a complex mind. I was born and raised in southeastern Idaho, and wouldn't change a thing. I'm a young 21-year-old Chicano who has a deep understanding for his culture. I'm.. more..

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