The fourth edition of SMACK/URL’s “Summer Madness” went down on Sept. 28 at Irving Plaza in New York. Of course BattleRap.com was in attendance and caught a ton of interviews with the culture’s elite who were present at the event. We’ve assembled all of our conversations into a convenient feed for an array of varied commentary on the night.
Debo Confirms First Match-Up For “Battle Of The Sexes”
Queen Of The Ring CEO Debo offered his thoughts on who had the performance of the night at SM4 and also reveals plans to do a QOTR vs. U Dubb “Battle Of The Sexes” event. He subsequently confirms that Arsonal vs. QB Black Diamond is already locked in for the card.
Prez Mafia Weighs In On His SM4 Battle With Steams
After his battle with Steams at the “Summer Madness 4: Warm-Up” event, Prez Mafia broke down the match-up and says it was a “clash” between two different innovators.
Poison Pen Says Drake Vs. Murda Mook Would Be “One Of The Biggest Looks In Battle Rap History”
During “Summer Madness 4” on Sept. 28, one of battle rap’s most-esteemed ambassadors, Poison Pen, spoke about various industry artists that he could see jumping into the battle arena including Jadakiss, Fabolous and Kurupt.
Danny Myers Says Charron Is “On A Different Level”
Danny Myers says Shotgun Suge vs. Charron was the battle of the night at SMACK/URL’s “Summer Madness 4: Warm-Up” event on Sept. 27.
Tsu Surf Weighs In On “Summer Madness 4: Warm-Up” Battles
New Jersey battler Tsu Surf revealed his thoughts on Shotgun Suge vs. Charron and Head I.C.E vs. K-Shine following their battles at SMACK/URL’s “Summer Madness 4: Warm-Up” event on Sept. 27. Surf awards the former match-up to fellow N.J. emcee Shotgun Suge and the latter battle to K-Shine who Surf says won the first two rounds.
Goodz Says “There Is Never A Hometown Advantage” In Battle Rap
While discussing DNA’s battle against Tay Roc at SM4, Goodz rejected the idea that the former was going into the match-up with a hometown advantage. He goes on to say that there is no such thing in the battle rap culture and that “New York is the most unbiased crowd.”
Aye Verb Says He’s “Too Much” For John John Da Don
Despite being interrupted by Cassidy and Goodz on stage, Aye Verb discusses his battle that went down with John John Da Don at SMACK/URL’s “Summer Madness 4.”