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Blue & White Rapper Contest: Kake

Over the next two days, we will be critiquing all six of the entries for the Blue & White Rapper contest. You watch all the entry videos at GoPSF.com and vote for your favorite at the Collegian.

Kake

Mark
Good: Quite possibly the best mix job of all the tracks – the vocals work well with the beat and the volume is consistent.
Bad: The wordplay is a bit uninspired. This is evident from my pick for “Best line.”
Ugly: His one-man posse may as well have held up a sign that said: “HEY MOM!” We get it. The pom-pom on your head is silly.
Best line: “When we are done with you, your team is forgettable, even students at your Alma mater won’t remember you.”

Ryan
Good: Flows pretty well; beat’s got a nice chord progression; Canyon Pizza, like at any good party, makes an appearance
Bad: Lots of sitting going on in this video – sitting on a bench, sitting with a MacBook, sitting in chairs. Let’s see some energy, yeah?
Ugly: Why does it look like the whole thing was shot in the middle of the night with nothing but a flashlight? And the nickname… there are so many jokes to make, and all of them dirty.
Best line: “My flow’s like Paterno,” if only because I’m not entirely sure what that means.

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