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Ten Words (SoulamezZ Remix)

from Reboot Wars by The D.C. Show

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One of the more creative and yet "puzzling" tracks by The D.C. Show, originally written in 2004 and then released on "Smacked by Popular Demand" in 2006. We used ten words... can you spot them? Seriously, it's a game and only one person has ever attempted and come close to guessing all ten words. IF you can guess them all correctly, we'll send you a prize.

I can't remember exactly how this song came about but I'm guessing it was the brainchild of Buttnz, with the original King Dyl beat as inspiration. We literally made a list of Ten completely arbitrary words all three of us had to incorporate into our verses. It was fun to see how we each used them. Some words were more obvious than others...

But also "We used ten words, see if you can spot them" is actually TEN WORDS. Those aren't THE ten words though.

This remix version was a nice entry from producer SoulamezZ (hailing from France) that we felt complimented the vocals nice and brought a nice western vibe to the track. Another winner from the Remix Contest! This one was hard to pick because there were a number of solid entries, but overall this one hit the most marks!

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from Reboot Wars, released June 16, 2023
Produced by SoulamezZ
Lyrics written by J. Mosier, D. Roberts, O. Zacharias


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The DC Show/The Doomsday Cartel are 5 skilled emcess named King Dylan, MC Mossberg, Buttnz, GQ, and Smixx. With Dylan on the beats and rhymes being kicked by all 5 whenever they feel inclined, this collective of nerds are still on the brink of never being famous after 20 some years of rap, but they still go harder than 40 viagra pills. Just Listen, or don't. Just don't go listen to Drake instead. ... more

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