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Cold Case 2: Bars Rap League Returns – 14 Emcees Make The Prestigious Fixture List

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What’s up fans of Rap battle and Hip Hop music, are you ready?

Brace yourself as the realest and ill-est Rap Battle League in Nigeria. The Bars Rap League (BRL) returns with another lyrical, braggadocio content filled edition titled “COLD CASE 2”.

After the success of the previous edition “ALTERCATION”, there was a lot of hype around the iconic battle between one of the best battlers in the game, Holyfield and fasting rising rapper, Blaq Bonez.

This kept fans and critics anticipating for the next BRL event.This edition promises yet another hyper-egotistical poetic war of words and linguistic display of bars. Damn!

There is a host of top notch battlers on this card and they are not laying back. Rather they are getting ready to spit ill jaw breaking punch lines, metaphor, aggressive delivery, personals, gun bars and more. Make it a date with Bars Rap League, a trial will get you hooked up for life.

Battlers On The Card: Cold Case 2 fixture list

9milli Vs QueenMurda
Gzone Vs Nobichess
Dejinious Vs Patogen
Khaff Bangz Vs Ziggy
Blacklip Pastor Vs Swaz
2dolla Vs Emmy Jay Carter
Dabu The Gemini Vs Toby Penpriest

Battlers I.G

Date: 16th. Sat. June. 2018

Venue: 11 Adeoti street. Kwara bus stop, akowonjo Egbeda, Lagos.

Time: 1 pm

I.G: @barsrapleaguetv
Twitter: @Turkwayne
Facebook: barsrapleaguetv

PR/Rapmania Tha X
I.G @rapmaniathax

Proudly supported by; africa’s biggest rap music and hip hop culture magazine.

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You’re getting fidgety because you’re not really sure how to go about it, its not because you can’t rap.

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