posted Thursday June 19, 2014 at 11:15AM PDT | 12 comments
Charron also says the show brings a competitive edge back to Battle Rap culture.
Eminem's Total Slaughter series, which aired its first episode yesterday (June 18), is set to impact the Battle Rap culture in several ways, battle rapper Charron says.
"It helps Battle Rap expand and reach a completely different fan base," Charron says. "It's also bringing excitement and that competitive drive back to battling. A lot of emcees masquerade their losses with promo battles while picking up some quick money. Total Slaughter is forcing emcees to either step up their game or take a legitimate loss."
Eminem's Total Slaughter series leads up to the Total Slaughter battle event. The event is set to feature Joe Budden's battle with Hollow Da Don, as well as Loaded Lux's rematch against Murda Mook.
To read more about Charron's thoughts regarding Total Slaughter, visit Battle Rap.