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Epic Rap Battles

  1. Entertainment

    Watch Bob Ross Give a Happy Little Beat Down to Picasso in This Epic Rap Battle of History

    It's been a while since an Epic Rap Battle of History caught our attention, but they're back in a big way with Bob Ross vs. Picasso. They come hard at each other with just about everything you learned in your Introduction to Art History class, and the results are hilarious. We're giving this one to Bob. What do you think?

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  2. Entertainment

    Rhett and Link Try To Settle the Geeks vs. Nerds Debate in an Epic Rap Battle

    We're firmly in the camp that the feud between geeks and nerds is a myth perpetuated by the jocks to keep us down, but that doesn't mean we don't love a good rap battle based on the idea. "Internetainers" Rhett & Link chose sides and laid down some sick rhymes inside a Tiger Direct store to try to settle this once and for all.

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  3. Weird

    Pacifists Face Off: Gandi Takes On Martin Luther King Jr. In Epic Rap Battle

    When two dead historical figures have a beef with one another, the only way to settle it is through an epic rap battle. Thankfully, there's a whole YouTube channel dedicated to just such resolutions. When we last checked in on the Epic Rap Battles of History channel, we saw Snoop Lion rapping as Moses to settle the score against Santa Claus. Now we have Keegan-Michael Key as Gandhi up against Jordan Peele's Martin Luther King Jr. It does in fact get pretty epic, but it also gets a little NSFW for some language.

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  4. Weird

    Snoop Dogg Plays Moses, Takes on Santa Claus in Latest Epic Rap Battle

    As geeks, we often find ourselves asking "Who would win a fight between..." but it turns out we've been asking the wrong question all along. What we should have been asking was "Who would win in an epic rap battle between..." Thankfully there's the Epic Rap Battles of History channel on YouTube, and in its latest installment they settle the biggest holiday rivalry of all: Santa Claus vs. Moses, with Snoop Dogg himself rapping as Moses.

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