Willie D vs. Chance the Rapper — The Boombox Battle
Nipsey Hussle enjoyed his victory for a while in The Boombox Battle, but Willie D easily knocked him off the pedestal last week's round. Garnering more than 65 percent of the fan vote, Willie was the clear winner in the previous battle.
Willie D's controversial track, “Coon,” slams everyone from Stacey Dash to Charles Barkley. The former Geto Boys rapper is unapologetic about how he feels regarding black celebrities who’ve done pretty much anything for the paycheck — even when it’s something that is offensive to the community.
“If you’re sellin’ out your people you’re a coon / If you hate your own kind you’re a coon / Bootlicker’ shuck and jive you’re a coon / You’re a coon, you’re a coon, you’re a coon / If you’re sellin’ out your people you’re a coon / If you hate your own kind you’re a coon / Sambo died slow your a coon / You’re a coon, you’re a coon, you’re a coon,” he delivers on the hook.
This week's opponent, Chance the Rapper doesn't seek forgiveness in his latest track, "No Problem," off his latest mixtape, Coloring Book. Teaming up with 2 Chainz and Lil Wayne, the Chicago artist calls out the record labels who've bothered him about his music.
"Ooh, I be comin', put the hinges in their hands / Countin' Benjis while we meetin', make 'em shake my other hand / Milly rockin', scoopin' all the blessings out my lap / Bitch I know you tried to cheat, you shoulda never took a nap / F--- wrong with you? What you was thinkin'? / F--- you thought it was? / You talk that talk that make a lame ass nigga fall in love / Not me, though, bitch you can keep those / Boy I'm at your head like Craig did Deebo / Don't tweak, bro, it's never sweet, ho / My shooters come for free, so," Chance delivers on his verse.
Who will win this week? Chance the Rapper or Willie D? Now it’s time for you to decide. Vote in the poll below. Remember, you can vote once every hour until Tuesday, May 24 at 10AM EST.
Watch Willie D’s “Coon” Video
Listen to Chance the Rapper's "No Problem" featuring Lil Wayne and 2 Chainz
Rules of The Boombox Battle
Two artists and their respective songs compete against each other each week. The triumphant artist goes on to compete in the next The Boombox Battle. If an artist wins The Boombox Battle four times consecutively, their song will be honored in The Boombox Battle Hall of Fame.