DJing Discussion Sickest verse in a rap song!! This area is for discussion about DJing in general. Please remember the community rules when posting and try to be polite and inclusive. Sickest verse in a rap song!! What are your favorites verse or two from a song, old or new? Here are mine: Last name ever, first name greatest, like a sprain ankle boy, I ain't nutin to play wit. Pure fire.
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