TSM Hamlinz spits fire in Modern Warfare freestyle rap on Twitch - Dexerto

TSM Hamlinz spits fire in Modern Warfare freestyle rap on Twitch

Published: 7/Nov/2019 17:57 Updated: 7/Nov/2019 18:10

by Jacob Hale


Fortnite Battle Royale on Twitch, though he has been dabbling in Call of Duty since the October 2019 release of Modern Warfare.

On top of his gaming ability, we regularly see Hamlinz freestyle rapping, casually dropping bars off the top of his head during his more laid-back sessions, and it’s always entertaining, mostly with a comedic edge to it that not only showcases his talent but his humor too.

Hamlinz/TwitterHamlinz (right) has amassed over 2 million followers on Twitch.

During a stream on November 6, Hamlinz got going again and it’s fair to say he absolutely killed it with some of the bars he produced.

Starting off slow, Hamlinz says “I’m well-spoken, I beat my d*ck when I was 12 with the lotion”, continuing in a similar vein, seemingly nostalgic in what he was rapping about.

Then, when the map started and he got going again, it just kept getting better.

WARNING: Strong language

Carrying on, Hamlinz switched up his flow and came out with classic lines such as “b*tch you ‘bout to get pumped with the 725, if you use that you a f*ckin’ chump,” and “back to the lobby by a shotty, I don’t even give a sh*t.”

The full clip is well worth the watch and shows that Hamlinz is clearly a talented freestyler so who knows – maybe he’s got a career in music in his future after streaming.

Hamlinz wouldn’t be the first content creator to step into the music scene – Olajide ‘KSI’ Olatunji famously recorded several rap tracks throughout 2017 and 2018, while PewDiePie has taken a more lighthearted approach with his musical creations.

In fact, a recent study suggests the top streamers and YouTubers are actually more popular than some major music stars. That’s 2019 for you.


YouTuber Airrack fools internet with fake jetpack prank

Published: 23/Nov/2020 15:50

by Alice Hearing


Up-and-coming YouTuber Eric ‘Airrack’ Decker has fooled the internet and one of Los Angeles’ biggest news channels by faking that he flew a jetpack at LAX airport.

Airrack has been making waves on YouTube throughout 2020, capitalizing on viral content and finding his way into the lives of the likes of Logan Paul and David Dobrik through sheer power of will and confidence.

In September the creator attempted to sneak his $100,000, 27ft yacht into the backyard pool of Logan Paul without him noticing. This time around, he’s achieved one of his greatest pranks yet, without actually doing a stunt in the flesh.

The creator and his team set about to trick the internet and news channels into thinking he was behind the mysterious sightings of a man flying a jetpack around LAX.

Airrack Eric Decker
Instagram: Airrack
Airrack has been making waves on YouTube throughout 2020

The plan was to start by making a 3D model of Airrack’s head, then a 3D model of an Iron Man suit. Next, they filmed fake footage at LAX airport, and paid their friend Mark to create “the most real fake video of all time.”

They then posted the video to r/wtf on Reddit to get the ball rolling, earning 2,700 upvotes within the first hour, and eventually hitting the top spot on the subreddit with more than 20,000 upvotes.

The next day, Airrack and his team were contacted by news stations including KTLA 5 news who offered to interview the creator. Airrack’s friend Mack pretended to be a man called Matt Cantrell, who’s interview about the fake-sighting was broadcast on KTLA 5 News at 10 pm that day, alongside the fake clip that the team had made.

Fans were completely in awe of the stunt, with one viewer comparing it to legendary pranks of the past, “This is like Yes Theory when they pranked the internet with the Justin Bieber eating a burrito sideways.”

Another person commented, “How does Airrack not have 1 mill? These videos are bangers. He literally had the news eating out of their hands.”