Ke$hun appeared on The Rap Game, season 3, episode 7, "Fight for Your Spot." He battled each contestant on the series but wasn't added to the competition. The contestants were ready for war. Deetranada's lyrics were on point and she had plenty of them. Tally's verse surprised viewers. We're glad she decided to return to the series.
BMV Keshun aka Ke$hun is The Rap Game's new contestant. The BMV stands for "Big Money Visionz." The 15-year-old rapper is from Atlanta, Georgia. Jermaine Dupri was born in North Carolina but he represents Atlanta, where he was raised. Tally wasn't happy about the Durrty Boyz surprise challenge so she decides to leave the series. A bad decision considering how well she's doing.
In 2016, Keshun released his debut mixtape, Visionz. On Monday, February 20, 2017, he'll release his mixtape, Visionz Reloaded EP. Keshun is exactly what The Rap Game needs. Nova has been destroying the competition, showing off his vicious lyrics. The other contestants aren't experienced like Nova.
Nova's uncle, Ekko, is also a rapper, making it more difficult for the other contestants to compete. Flau'jae's mother complained about Ekko writing Nova's lyrics but Jermaine Dupri didn't care. Dupri advised the contestants to use their resources. He explains that the best rapper in the world doesn't write his own lyrics.
King Roscoe and Flau'jae are young. They have potential but they can't compete with Nova. Deetranada is talented but she has some work to do before she's on Nova's level. That leaves Nova and Keshun. The talented rappers will most likely be the top two contestants throughout the remaining episodes of season 3. Who do you think will win? Share your thoughts in the comment section below.