The fliptop battle league is the first and probably the biggest Filipino rap battle conference in the Philippines. This rap battle features two battle emcees who'd try their luck in throwing the best word plays and bars as a way of attacking his opponent. However, aside from fliptop battles, battle emcees are also into music. In fact, most battle emcees usually enter the music industry to create their own music and of course, to share their thoughts with the listeners.
Some of the most popular battle emcees are Sumgglaz, Loonie, Abra, Bassilyo, Shehyee, and Tipsy D. And speaking of Smugglaz, a female version of Smugglaz has recently made waves online after a video of her resurfaced online.
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It was back in February 2013 when a YouTube user named 'Kiko Chan' posted a video of a woman singing and doing her own version of Smugglaz's song 'Ngayong Nauna Na Ako'. The video has already garnered more than 200 thousand views!
And now, after four years, the video resurfaced online after the YouTube channel of 'PilipinasTV' reposted the video where they identified the woman in the video.
The woman named Janette Larnie Mamino shocked the online world after she effortlessly belted out the song of Smugglaz. What made the video even more interesting is when the woman did the rap part of the song!
Her rapping skills gained positive comments from the netizens where some people even tagged her as the female version of Smugglaz.
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Read the comments from the netizens below:
Reports about her revealed that she's a huge fan of Smugglaz and that she's really into making covers of Smugglaz's songs.
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