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Published on Sep 14, 2012
@KingOfTheDot - @DeffinitionMC vs @DirtbagDan408 Hosted By :@OrganikHipHop @GullyTK & @Dprizzy http://www.Facebook.com/KOTDBattles Please Click LIKE & Add To Favorites If You Enjoyed This Video!!!
Since his 2009 Don't Flop debut, Deffinition has definitely been one of the more slept-on UK battlers. Despite dope performances against local favorites like Oshea and notable matches with visiting foreigners Dirtbag Dan, Madness, Real Deal, and Caustic, it wasn't until a breakthrough "World Domination 2" performance against Cali's D-Lor that his stock truly rose. One of the loudest, crassest comedic battlers in Don't Flop, that match - and a hilarious day 3 complement battle against World Domination 1 opponent Tricky P -- showed a bit of evolution in the Brit's style. Brandishing clever angles and dry wit in each battle, respectively, Deff endeared himself to a receptive North American audience by being the only battler ever to face the allegedly whitewashed D-Lor and not call him white. It was a celebration. With his next battle against someone who's heard everything before, Deffinition vs Dirtbag Dan is deffinitely likely to have some surprises.
What can you say about Dirtbag Dan that hasn't been said about early man, Howard Hughes, Zach Galifianakis, Chuck Norris, Rasputin, a gold rush-era prospector or that skateboarding hobo from the Tony Hawk games? Well, I guess that he's an internationally renowned battle rapper from California making his third World Domination appearance this year. San Jose's proudest son, the Fresh Coast staple has been competing since the early-to-mid 00s, eventually becoming one of the most successful freestyle-to-written format crossovers during the rise of Grind Time in 2008 and 2009. Bringing an ineffable presence and crowd control, freestyle ability, a Mexican bounty's worth of dick jokes, and a surprising mean streak that rears its head from time to time, Dan might not always win a battle, but he'll usually win the crowd.