Do they still make Epic Rap Battles of History?

Do they still make Epic Rap Battles of History?

As of March 26, 2021, the channel has 14.8 million subscribers and approximately 3.7 billion total video views. Following an extended hiatus, the channel returned with a bonus battle in December 2018, and the sixth season debuted on April 20, 2019 and the seventh season debuted on June 14, 2021.

What is the most viewed rap battle?

1) Arsonal (Arsonal Da Rebel) is a battle rapper from Newark, New Jersey. So far, he has 68 battles totaling a whopping 95,170,143 views online via YouTube. His most-popular battle against Shotty Horroh has generated over 13 million views.

What is the best rap battle?

Try watching this video on, or enable JavaScript if it is disabled in your browser.

  • 8) The Saurus & Illmaculate vs.
  • 7) Iron Solomon vs. Math Hoffa.
  • 6) Loaded Lux vs Calicoe.
  • 5) Dizaster vs. DNA.
  • 4) Juice vs Supernatural.
  • 3) Kool Moe Dee vs. Busy Bee.
  • 2) Murda Mook vs. Serious Jones.
  • 1) Dumbfoundead vs. Tantrum.

How many seasons of Epic Rap Battles of History are there?

Epic Rap Battles of History/Number of seasons
Season 7 is the seventh season of Epic Rap Battles of History. It was confirmed on December 5th, 2020 during the Behind the Scenes for Harry Potter vs Luke Skywalker, where EpicLLOYD spoke about the show returning in 2021 after an abrupt end to Season 6.

Who is the greatest battle rapper of all time?

Guys like Murda Mook, Loaded Lux, Arsonal, Daylyt, Charlie Clips and the organizers of the Smack and URL battle leagues deserve all the credit; but when it’s all said and done, it’s Eminem who reigns as battle rap’s best.

What is the best rap on rap battles?

The 10 Best Rap Battles in Hip-Hop History

  • of 10. Eminem vs. Benzino/The Source.
  • of 10. Eazy-E vs. Dr.
  • of 10. Kool Moe Dee vs. Busy Bee.
  • of 10. Boogie Down Productions vs. Juice Crew.
  • of 10. Common vs. Westside Connection.
  • of 10. Kool Moe Dee vs. LL Cool J.
  • of 10. Canibus vs LL Cool J.
  • of 10. Ice Cube vs.

What’s Eminem’s oldest song?

Eminem’s debut single, “Just Don’t Give a Fuck”, was released in 1998 and was included in Slim Shady EP, as well as in his second studio album, The Slim Shady LP, which featured a re-worked version of the song.