An utter trash year is (w)rapped up over a beat by the one and only Skillz. Following an annual tradition, the Virgina emcee recaps a year that felt like it was 18 months long as he touches on everything from COVID and the presidential election to the passing of Kobe Bryant and George Floyd. It’s a doozy.
You know what time it is! Skillz recaps the final year of the decade and touches on everything to Lil Nas X and Tekashi 6ix9ine to hip hop’s legends crossing the half-century mark. Enjoy it and add it to the collection.
Once again it’s on. The emcee formally known as Mad Skillz is here to recap everything that went down in 2018 with his annual “Rap Up.” From the Kanye MAGA madness and Cardi B to Black Panther and Kevin Hart, every single base is covered. Enjoy!
We officially have our first rap beef of 2018. And of all the things to beef over is the year end rap up that was started by Skillz several years ago. Well, Uncle Murda decided to hijack the idea and do his own year end rap up. Things took a turn for the worst when Uncle Murda (new name: Lenny Grant) jumped in Skillz’ DMs to diss his version. Now the gloves are off and Skillz is coming for Mr. Grant’s head. Here’s the first salvo titled “Murda Gram.”
A whole lot happened in 2017 and there’s only one emcee who can masterfully take us through the wild ups and downs of the past 12 months. That man is the rapper formally known as Mad Skillz. Over the instrumental to “Power,” Skillz recaps everything from the women’s march and Harvey Weinstein debacle to fidget spinners and LeVar Ball.
You already know what time it is. Skillz recaps a tumultuous 2016 with his annual “Rap Up” and touches on everything from Kanye’s debt and Harambe to losing Phife Dawg, Prince and Muhammad Ali. As usual, this is epic.
You can’t end the year without Skillz coming through to recap the entire 2015 in rhyme form. From Steve Harvey’s Ms. Universe mishap to the Drake and Meek Mill feud, Skillz doesn’t miss a thing in pop culture.
Sometimes people forget that Mad Skillz is more than just the “Year End Rap” guy. With world travels and experience under his belt, Skillz gets some soulful production from Bink! to discuss how pleased he is with success on “The Sky Ain’t The Limit.” Off of Bink! and Mad Skillz’ “Made In Virginia” album.