Marci Phonix rains all hell fire on a savage 'Bl@ckbox Freestyle'

Marci Phonix rains all hell fire on a savage 'Bl@ckbox Freestyle'


If you aren’t laying raps as phenomenal as Marci Phonix, then I don’t wana hear that you’re a lyricist. As he steps into a ‘Bl@ckbox Freestyle’, he creates what may be the best and rawest session we’ve seen from the infamous channel.

The freestyle starts with its first monstrous production from ChopGodLewi entitled ‘A Thousand Gods’. This beat really does sound like the Gods are thundering down, unleashing all types of hell fire. As a flurry of dramatic strings and choir gasps ring out, Phonix prepares for battle. He initially comes in with slow, concise bars after shouting out West London. Following a Stormin R.I.P., he proceeds with his intense, dominant, aggressive, and savage lyrics. The entire tone is summed up straight away as Phonix spits: “Thank you for supporting. But you fans have let more dickheads through than a wanker’s foreskin”.

“Warning, I’m about to leave rappers in morgues.” - This is exactly what the London MC does.
There are too many notable bars to mentioned; I was going to note down some of the best but I soon realised I’d be here forever. The level of hardness, brutality, and ferocity is unrivaled. It is almost shocking, as your face will certainly screw after the first couple bars. But also to make a point of is his astounding wordplay. Impressive flows, rhyming patterns, metaphors, multiple entendres slap out like shells. Phonix then moves into a drill beat - produced by Vendetta - yet maintains the same hard bars, savagery, and dominance.


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