Skillz’s Rap Up Masterfully Covers The Good, The Bad & The Ugly Of 2015 (Audio)

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Like clockwork, Skillz serves up his annual summary of the year that was, with a masterful rap. There is nothing like his blow by blow rhyme to remind us all of the good, bad and often bizarre happenings of 2015.

In his latest installment, Skillz covers seemingly everything that dominated the headlines, from the silly to the serious, including Empire, Steve Harvey’s Miss Universe gaffe, the Patriots/Seahawks Super Bowl, Eddie Murphy’s return to SNL, the Apple Watch hype, Fetty Wap’s inescapable “Trap Queen,” the Rachel Dolezal fiasco, Pacquiao and Mayweather’s snooze fest, Donald Trump’s increasingly provocative campaign, the fall of the ban on same sex marriage, hover board hysteria, Straight Outta Compton‘s success, the takedown of the Confederate Flag, the Drake/Meek Mill beef, Lamar Odom’s tragedy, Caitlyn Jenner’s transformation, Back To The Future Day, Ronda Rousey’s defeat, ISIS attacks, Adele’s monstrous return, Bill Cosby’s epic fall from grace, Kobe Bryant’s retirement announcement, DJ Khaled’s inspirational speeches on Snapchat, the Black Lives Matter movement and much, much more.

This is amazing both for its skill and it’s massive amount of content. Take a listen and reflect on 2015.

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