The fact that this video has been making its rounds and going viral, despite it being 90% border and looking like it was filmed from the Sunken Place, really is a testament to how powerful of a rap battle round it was.
Here's a slightly closer shot of the same round. Buckle in.
An all-time soul snatching. One of my problems with language over the last five to ten years is that words like "eviscerated" get thrown around all namby-pamby, after an over-the-top response or a harsh email, thus diluting the meaning of a truly beautiful word like "eviscerated." "Eviscerated" should be saved for instances like this; a slow, methodical disembowelment. Bigg K (the dude with the documents) dropped a whole new lens on the world thorough which we all see Ah Di Boom (his opponent) now. It was a perception changing round.
This was their face-off before the battle, and it was clear Bigg K had something up his sleeve.
And this was Ah Di Boom's interview after the battle. Pretty clear change in his presentation, which indicates how impactful the round was.
That's a broken man.
If you want to watch the entire half hour battle, it is definitely worth your time. The Dawg strikes again.