Information on the RapperEdit
Hammurabi was the most well–known king of the ancient Mesopotamian city of Babylon, who wrote the world's first written laws.
(speaking) And what is it exactly your father invented?
(Rapping) Quit babbling and climb up for a history lesson
King of Babylon presiding, court is now in session
Meet you word-for-word; eye-for-eye, ditto tooth.
Steal this battle like a snake on your elixir of youth
I'm the Ur-Example; the original lawgiver.
Best believe my flow is ample, I rule the land of rivers
MC Hammurabi's code, rule eighty-six;
When Iraq the microphone, there can be no touching this
I eat two-shekel mushke-noobs like you for lunch
Laying down the law and beating god to the punch
My code cuts zero slack and my raps are true to form
Hard with lyrical attacks, cause they're set in Cuneiform!
Ask Mari, you'll be sorry if I don't get your vote
I'll throw you in the Tigris and I won't let you float
Not a mutant in the slightest, my city's not damned
But I'll have your hides blinded, let you wander the sands
When I built my empire I'm a kinsman, a healer
But when it's judgement time, I'm a trial-by-ordeal-er
Want to spit fire too? Learn my ancient tricks?
Hear's a burning hot spoon, come and give it a lick
It's unfair and barbaric, but it's also progress
Now they verify my merit up in US congress
I'll disinherit you like my weak-ass successors
Court dismissed with prejudice for every last transgressor
- He is by far the oldest character featured in the series.
- Referred to by Molemanninethousand as the first truly historical person to rap in the series. Overall, he is the seventh real person to rap in the series, but all of the others are more–or–less celebrities rather than people who will go down in serious world history, i.e. be written about in major history books.
- The second major historical figure to show up would be Jesus Christ.
- His main set of visual clips is from the video game Civilization IV.