Jermaine Wiggins tried to freestyle last Friday while filling in for Gresh & Zo. He caught some criticism from Zo on twitter and it was decided the two would hash it out in a one time rap battle.
Jermaine Wiggins tried to freestyle last Friday while filling in for Gresh & Zo. He caught some criticism from Zo on twitter and it looks like we may get a one time rap battle between the two.
98 Mile II is over and Wallach was crowned the winner of this year’s competition. Something you really didn’t get to hear were the great outtakes from the raps.
This year in 98 Mile II Tony Mazz battled all the way back to the Finals to take on Jon Wallach and now we learn who the winner is.
It’s that time of the year again, when 98.5 The Sports Hub supremacy can be determined in only one way: a rap battle. The Finals are finally here, with Tony Mazz one of the last ones standing once again, but this time around he’s up against Wallach.
When 98 Mile II was announced and the participates named people asked why wasn’t Jermaine Wiggins asked to be involved. Wiggy stepped into the lab anyway and served everyone at the station.
Last year what started as Toucher & Rich watching some videos of a freestyling competition turned into an epic battle for radio domination. Thursday is the Final Battle, listen to how we got there and listen to all the past battles.
It’s that time of the year again, when 98.5 The Sports Hub supremacy can be determined in only one way: a rap battle. It’s the second semi-final battle to see who will be taking on Jon Wallach. Will it be Fred or Mazz?
Newcomer to the 98 Mile rap battle contest Gary Tanguay beat Andy Gresh to move on to the semi finals and is going up against Jon Wallach who destroyed Scott Zolak in round 1.
Rich has been helping members of 98 Mile II record their raps and he’s pulled up the raw audio of Tony Massarotti recording his winning round one rap about Marc Bertrand. So sit back and enjoy some of Mazz’s outtakes.