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If all of your verses begin with the line "My name is ____, and I'm here to say," you are probably not a very talented rap artist. Even if you're beyond that skill level, rapper Dan Bull says that you are not very good. He makes these claims and more in a track based around (what else?) Bethesda's upcoming The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim.
Viewers with low self-esteem should probably skip this. Some of his lyrics cut to the quick.
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Well this was nice. But I have to say I like the original theme way too much... *continues to study Dragon language*
I want that guy to rap while I play this game
That sh*t was legit.
Rhymes were solid, the British accent kills the flow. Note to British people: We love you, but STOP TRYING TO RAP! It's embarrassing
Only makes me want to play the game more. TO PROVE IM BETTER THAN HIM!
nah im not. that was genius
Okay .. I have to admit that was impressive. *watches again*
i i impressed
That's the best thing I've ever heard. I have goosebumps!
Also, I don't get that last sentence before the video; he doesn't say anything along those lines. I was expecting some gamerbashing.
hahahaha that is just great... I hate rap but this was pretty genius...
Maybe it's because I hate what is considered good rap but that was the best rap song I've ever heard.
that was good
Ha! Loving all the Skyrim rap videos. I think "Don of Skyrim" is still my favorite: http://youtu.be/BOd0-lXn9NM
holy *** that was kickass im playing that agien
actually wasn't bad at all, flow was there. i'd like to see anyone posting on this website flow like that, i rap (and have released 5 mixtapes in the past 2 years), and have to give it up for this. t'was epic.
I liked it, not going to lie.