A familiar face to anyone who follows King of the Dot, Tycoon Tax is about to become a much more widely known name in the battling world. With more than four years of experience in the league, Tax has been putting in work in KOTD since the league began. Participating in some of the very first events, the Toronto battle rapper started his career taking on well known names such as Skelly and Scynikal. Since then, Tycoon Tax has started gaining more and more momentum, putting on improved performances against Kaliente and Scandalis. His latest battle against Cortez saw the emcee at the top of his game, proving that he has what it takes to hang with a higher caliber of opponent. Back on the mainstage for Blackout 4, Tycoon Tax goes up against an up and coming battler Rum Nitty.
One of the best new rising stars to come out of the West, Rum Nitty is poised to make 2014 his breakout year. With a plethora of battles dropped in 2013, the Arizona resident has only been battling on camera for a little over a year, but has already racked up more than 8 battles in that time. Quickly becoming a regular on King of the Dot, Nitty has put in work in the King of the Dot Fresh Coast division, posting classic matches against the likes of Konshis Pilot and AB Hogish. Earning himself a spot on the BOTB6 Day 1 card, Rum Nitty clashed with Danny Myers in what was one of the best battles of the event. Making his debut in Toronto, the up and comer takes on hometown hero Tycoon Tax in this next release from Blackout 4.