Skillz Is A Supafriendz Alum & Freestyle Legend, So Sway Had To Put Him On The Spot (Video)

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Back in those days when he was From Where???, (Mad) Skillz belonged to the Supafriendz, a Virginia massive including Danja Mowf, Lonnie B, and Kalonji The Immortal. This posse got some of its biggest exposure thanks to the aforementioned 1996 album, and a few compilations and singles. However, freestyle enthusiasts (especially those who bought 12″ singles or troll YouTube) know that these guys were/are nothing to mess with, in witty, clever, and cutting off-the-top freestyles.

That said, when Skillz swung through Sway In The Morning, his longtime homie had to nod to DJ Wonder, and put DJ Jazzy Jeff’s current right-hand-man on the spot to dazzle:

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