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JB Soulfresh Claims “Greatest Hipco Rapper” Title in One Man Cypher 

JB from the duo Soul Fresh just dropped his “One Man Cypher” few minutes ago.  Hot verses, I must admit.  The artist claimed that he never make diss songs, but he sure made it known that is the greatest Hipco rapper, on this track. Check out few lines from his latest: 

I’m not the best, I’m the greatest. I’m speaking with facts, the greatest MC alive. Since 2007 till now, the record still clear.  Some new pekin dem say, dah me they want diss, mention my name, pekin dah waste. What’s the competition?  I only see JB in the mirror, that’s the only competition. This is a One Man Cypher, One General, one microphone commander, no equal.  Instill on hating on me, give me my damn crown, I’m a living legend. All I know, I never make a diss song, I’m a business man, I am money off my hit songs.  I’m too mature for these local rappers. I’m a pro.  Premature babies with no teeth, want to diss, want to eat beef. One decade in the game, I’m still relevant, one million fans, you still one more evidence? I don’t make the list, I hit the list on a daily bases, while your pay to make the list.  

Hahaha, was trying to write few lines, but ended up writing almost the whole song.  That is a good sign, means I was enjoying it.  Listen below

One Man Cypher

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