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Battlerap.com | Don’t Flop Announces Full Detroit & D.C. Cards
Don’t Flop Detroit
The June 27 card has a couple of headliners but focuses mostly on lesser-known talent. Detroit has a thriving local scene right now so Don’t Flop is entering a crowded space, but could also help shine a light on some names who have yet to catch on with bigger audiences.
Here’s the full card:
The event goes down Saturday, June 27 at The Whitehouse Nightclub (625 Shelby St. in Detroit, Mich.).
Don’t Flop D.C.
Teaming up with former Grind Time DMV head Maestro Metaphorics (who still runs the region’s SupaNova Battle League), Don’t Flop assembled a deep roster for the two-day event that runs July 3 and July 5.
So far, the card features:
- DNA vs. Rosenberg Raw
- K-Shine vs. Dose
- A-Class vs. Xcel
- Kaveman Brown vs. Hazey Williams
- Troy Brown vs. Merrick City
- E. Farrell vs. J Short
- Uno Lavoz/JR Slander vs. Quill/Impact
- Pro’Verb vs. Ah Di Boom
- Lotta Zay vs. Zur Money
- Dynamite vs. Bangz
- C Dollarz vs. Dubb Da Phenom
The Joe Cutter vs. Purely Def battle originally slated for this card has been cancelled.
Maestro told BattleRap.com: “I’m just hyped Eurgh reached out to me and my SupaNova Battle League, and trusted me to make it happen in the DMV. Eurgh and I worked hand in hand on the card. It was dope — he trusted me to book battles for the event/DF platform. He was open to my recommendations/suggestions etc.”
The main day of Don’t Flop D.C. takes place Sunday, July 5 at Penn Social, 801 E St. NW.
Tickets for both Detroit and D.C. should be available here soon.