Hello I am rapping yes
I will state my name yes it's my name yes
Good job rapping, my fans tell me
And it is very true
I have great fans
I'm a very successful rapper
Good luck trying to rap as well as me, because quite frankly, that is simply out of the question now you see here I'm the best rapper in this city (the city I mention frequently in my other works, going so far as to show my credibility through methods like stating my phone number area code, or a specific intersection near my house) and if you disagree that will be quite an issue we may even have to begin writing rap songs specifically about our rocky and adverse relationship, saying things either of us may not actually mean to draw a reaction and propel both of our careers forward despite there never be a conclusive "winner" or "loser" thus adding to our fan's fanaticism and to the mysticism of our careers; however, if we agree on things we like to rap about, then perhaps we might create rap songs together collaboratively, rather than just creating rap songs about one another like I mentioned earlier. On tracks such as these, I would perhaps rap first, and then after I rap, you could begin to rap. The important factor is that neither of us rap at the same time, as that would be boisterous and our listeners would have quite a bit of trouble discerning the lyrics we are saying, which, I should mention are an important aspect of this specific genre that I, while others may not (despite a historical precedent telling them to), value. Anyway, it would probably be preferable if our lyrics related to one another through a common theme, although let's be honest, this isn't really that big of a deal. I will put your name in the name of the song, as that seems to be the appropriate place to put it, as, after all, a list of everyone on the song except for the artist whose album the song is on should be included in the title of a song. Anyways, just call me back, we could definitely work together on some stuff, I can have my dude send you some beats or whatever.