Bebe O'hare Takes The Crown In the WAV of the 1st Season Of "Versus"
A realization of Ghostface Killah, The Cool Kids, Sonny Digital, and Scoop DeVille took part in the Grand Final.
Hollywood, CA – Rap competitions is not to much of anything without a winner, and the last Thursday evening (November 16) in Hollywood, WAV was awarded the title of "champion" for Bebe O'hare as they closed the first season of the deal, the platform of the new reality show that he lived exclusively in your application.
For the final, the legendary Wu-Tang Clan member Ghostface Killah, The Cool Kids and regular-season production of the experts, Sonny Digital, and Scoop DeVille were in the own hand of honour to the judges, but ultimately, it was the fans in the WAV app that decided the Chicago race female rapper would be command of the crown.
Talking about the ideologies of the validation and the confidence in the O'hare told HipHopDX exclusively what the victory meant for his budding career.
"You always hear people say that they support but for the people to show the numbers like this, and in the way that they did tonight has no price and is more than $10,000," she says to DX.
"What they did for me, I can never pay back."
O'hare defeated runner-up Assad Sick and the other nine contestants to become the first winner of Hip Hop battle of the series, which is based exclusively on the talent. The music industry vet Kenny Burns served as the daily host and notable artists such as DXBreakdown host Murs, Trinidad James, Curren$y, Casey Veggies, Dumbfoundead, a disaster, Nocando, the aforementioned Sonny and Scoop as well as yours truly, HipHopDX Editor-in-Chief Trent Clark, all appeared in the course of the season.
Being a woman in any male-dominated arena is not an easy obstacle to run out and O'hare does not hide his way to victory.
"It was exhausting," she admitted of her experience at the Front. "My competition, we were all different. I never knew what to expect from someone in any given day. For each challenge, it was like, to be strong in the toes, in her mind, not to overthink too much, just the fact that your own person