The description of Supa Hot Fire Oooh Button
Supa Hot Fire Oooh Meme Sound Button
Enjoy this new app of the great meme Supa Hot Fire Oooh I'm Not a Rapper ! When you do something great, press the button! When you are the master, use the application! When your friend makes a fool of himself, something stupid or something stupid or silly, use the switch!
WOOO ooooh TDFW thug life boy go guaya bro xd supa hot fire
Press the button to be the boss, to be a crack, machine, lion, beast, boss, lynx, typhoon, number 1, tiger, figure, monster, mastodon, bull, fury, cyclone, tornado, artist, phenomenon, champion, teacher, bullfighter, partner.
Use the application at the right time and context to be the master and troll strong> to your friends and family! Make Pranks!
Supa Hot Fire I'm Not a Rapper is a character from a popular series of YT satirical videos, parodying the battle rap . The videos consist of the rapper Supa Hot Fire battling several rappers, which has included many guests. The videos revolve around the group bias around Supa Hot, often exaggerating to the extreme each time he finishes his rhymes.
Battle rap has been a traditional component of hip hop music since its appearance on the hip hop scene of the East Coast in the late 1970s. The format was made popular for the first time in the 1980s with the active participation of commercially successful hip hop acts and saw a period of resurgence in the 2000s, when it was adapted to major music programs. In YT, freestyle rap flourished in a popular video genre with the rise of YTer Cipher Battles and all the Hip Hop All the Time videos (AHAT ).
On May 25, 2011, YouTuber MrDeshawnRaw, also known as Supa Hot Fire, published a comedy video entitled The Rap Battle [Parody] , which satirizes the highly conflictive aspects of the battles of rap. Much of the humor derives from the exaggerated reactions of viewers favoring one rapper over another, which is quite common in the battles of AHAT where the advantage is applied of local.
The video was received with a positive reception on YT and in the following months, it went through several sites of news and blogs of hip hop . As of March 2012, the video accumulated more than 9 million visits. After this, Supa Hot Fire became a meme and contained many remixes, skits, sketches, jokes and pranks .