R. A. The Rugged Man Murders of Taylor Swift's "Look What You made Me Do" Beat

HipHop News Posted on September 12, 2017 at 5:12am

R. A. The Rugged Man Murders of Taylor Swift's "Look What You made Me Do" Beat

All while holding his daughter.

Twitter – although the old Taylor Swift can't come to the phone right now, the old R. A. The Rugged Man can (and will) respond to the call to drop a few bars — every time.

The rap vet honored with a challenge from one of his fans to freestyle over the instrumental of Swift, "Look What you made Me Do", which now holds the record for the fastest-selling the download from Ed Sheeran's "the Shape of You."

During the two minutes and 17 seconds of the track, he touches on everything from the Triumph of the twitter habits of Kanye West's infamous MTV Video Music Awards mic grabbing in 2009.

"I like that song," he says in the freestyle intro. "It's cute ... it's stupid. I like it."

I said to the fans that the murder could beat any so I asked for a song for TAYLOR SWIFT. No Problem Here it is!! NEW MUSIC lolhttps://t.co/ANiYkSxWkH

— R. A. the Rugged Man (@RAtheRuggedMan) September 12, 2017

The song also briefly features an appearance from his daughter, he says that he was holding as he rocked the mic, establishing some serious dad objectives.

"Now listening to my baby in my arms and she was crying, don't let your daddy when he's rhyming," he spits.

This is the second sample of what it means to be a true MC in the last 48 hours since the New York native. On Monday (11 September), he responded to a fan who asked about whether he could beat Eminem in a battle.

"I come from a time in which you believed that they could destroy all of the competition or not to take a microphone," he wrote.

Of course, I think that I would like to beat EM. I come from a time where you believe that you can destroy all the competition or not to pick up a microphone. https://t.co/tllL9hpu0V

— R. A. the Rugged Man (@RAtheRuggedMan) on the 11th of September 2017

He and Slim Shady, in reality, have never worked, but when Em was in a serious insurrection, many Hip Hop fans actually fairly consistent stylistic comparisons bet

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