Vlad TV releases more footage of their exclusive interview with rapper Jin. The savvy lyricist breaks down his roots in battling which he says began in junior high and shares details on his first battle which he admits he lost as a kid. Jin went on to explain how he eventually learned the dynamics of his craft as well as the culture of hip hop which ultimately helped mold him into a lyrical force to be reckoned with. The rapper spoke on moving to New York in 2001 and landing a manager who would eventually get him a spot on BET’s Freestyle Friday’s. As the conversation continued, Jin touched on the number of Asian jokes he would commonly encounter during battles and shared how he would prepare for them in advance with responses.
Rap battle veteran Dizaster reaches out to DJ Skee to deliver a special announcement live on-the-air. Looking anxious and ready to talk, Dizaster decides to call out Math Hoffa after the rapper recently punched Serius Jones during their battle at Summer Madness 3. Considering the blow a sign of disrespect to the culture, Dizaster proceeded to lay into Hoffa and explains he now has a personal issue with him. Dizaster went on to give insight into Hoffa’s behind-the-scenes threats and alleged aggressive antics he utilizes to get inside the mind of his opponents before every battle. Before heading out, Dizaster makes it clear he wants to settle the score the Math Hoffa, says he’s not afraid of the rapper and tells DJ Skee he won’t come to Los Angeles to go lyrically one-on-one.