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Epic Rap Battles of History

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Epic Rap Battles of History
Genre
Created by
Directed by
  • Dave McCary
  • Jackson Adams
  • Daniel M. Turcan
  • Forrest Whaley
  • Peter Shukoff
  • Mike Betette
  • Lloyd Ahlquist
Country of originUnited States
Original languageEnglish
No. of seasons7
No. of episodes87 (list of episodes)
Production
Executive producers
Running time1–5 minutes
Production companiesMaker Studios (1–5)
Independent (6–pres.)
Original release
NetworkYouTube
ReleaseSeptember 26, 2010 (2010-09-26) –
present

Epic Rap Battles of History (ERB) is a YouTube web series and music project created by Peter "Nice Peter" Shukoff and Lloyd "EpicLLOYD" Ahlquist. The series pits historical and pop culture figures against one another in a rap battle format. The characters portrayed are often determined by suggestions from viewers in the comments sections of the channel's videos. Shukoff and Ahlquist write each song themselves, researching the subject in order to find obscure details to use as references in the lyrics, although certain Patreon subscribers have also contributed to the writing process.[1][2] Following an extended hiatus, the channel returned with a bonus battle in December 2018, and the sixth season debuted on April 20, 2019.[3] As of February 23, 2023, the channel has 14.9 million subscribers and approximately 4 billion total video views.[4]

The popularity of the music videos has led to mainstream partnerships, such as with Ubisoft, using the "Blackbeard vs Al Capone" episode to promote Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag.[5] Additionally, "Terminator vs Robocop" in the fourth season was used to promote the upcoming release of the film Terminator Genisys and featured an appearance by Arnold Schwarzenegger. ERB's popularity has also led to collaboration with mainstream artists.[6][7][8] Shukoff and Ahlquist also created a two-minute rap battle scene used in The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water.[9]

Although early episodes of the series featured only Shukoff and Ahlquist, later episodes have regularly featured guest appearances, and other internet celebrities such as Dan Bull, Lisa Donovan, Timothy DeLaGhetto, George Watsky, DeStorm Power, Jesse Wellens, PewDiePie, Jenna Marbles, Lilly Singh, Ray William Johnson, Rhett and Link, and Smosh. Media celebrities like musicians Snoop Dogg, Chali 2na, T-Pain, Jackie Tohn and "Weird Al" Yankovic, actors J.B. Smoove and Gary Anthony Williams, and the comedy duo Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele have also appeared in the series.

On July 3, 2013, "Barack Obama vs. Mitt Romney" became the first of its singles to be certified Gold by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) in the United States. 10 other singles, "Adolf Hitler vs. Darth Vader", "Albert Einstein vs. Stephen Hawking", "Dr. Seuss vs. William Shakespeare", "Master Chief vs. Leonidas", "Steve Jobs vs. Bill Gates", "Justin Bieber vs. Ludwig van Beethoven", "Mario Brothers vs. Wright Brothers", "Mr. T vs. Mr. Rogers", "Abe Lincoln vs. Chuck Norris", and "Adolf Hitler vs. Darth Vader 2", were subsequently certified Gold as well.[10]

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History

Dante Cimadamore (left) and Peter Shukoff (right)

The idea for historical figures rapping against each other was conceived by Ahlquist, who pitched the idea to Shukoff as an improvised show titled "Check OneTwo"; both were working in improv at the time along with Zach Sherwin, who would later become a regular guest on the series.[1] They were met with high levels of difficulty at first and decided that the concept would fare much better as a YouTube series than an improv show.[2] The first three rap battles were each shot on a $50 budget.[11]

Before the web series existed on YouTube, Shukoff and Ahlquist recorded their first song, which was a battle between Child's Play antagonist Chucky and actor Michael J. Fox.[12] The song was freestyle and poorly made; as a result, it was not released to the public.

On September 26, 2010, the first rap battle was uploaded to YouTube, featuring Shukoff as John Lennon and Ahlquist as Bill O'Reilly.[2][13] The 15th episode, "Nice Peter vs EpicLLOYD", marked the end of the first season. This battle pitted Ahlquist and Shukoff against each other with cameos from all of the characters they had played over the 14 prior episodes. At the end of the battle, KassemG arrives and convinces Peter and Lloyd to continue the battles on their own channel. Epic Rap Battles of History later returned on December 8, 2011, hosted on their new channel (moving from Shukoff's personal channel), ERB, with behind-the-scenes videos on their second channel, ERB2.[14] Both channels were created in 2006, however it's unknown what they were used for until 2011, as the oldest video on ERB is from 2011, and the Wayback Machine's earliest record of the ERB and ERB2 channels is from November 2011, when they were called ERB's Channel and ERB2's Channel, respectively. Shukoff and Maker Studios also created the official website for the series,[15] where fans could vote on winners for each video, and read short comical autobiographies by each character.

On September 27, 2012, following a four-month pause after the "Steve Jobs vs. Bill Gates" episode, a video was released on the series' YouTube channel where Ahlquist (voicing to an animation of Theodore Roosevelt) announced that new episodes would be released every two weeks until the Christmas holidays,[16] starting with the 22nd episode "Frank Sinatra vs. Freddie Mercury" (aired on October 1, 2012).[17] "Moses vs. Santa Claus", aired on December 10, 2012, was the last battle before taking a break for the holidays.[18]

On February 17, 2013, Epic Rap Battles of History was nominated for five Streamy Awards, winning four of them.[19] Shukoff and Ahlquist also performed part of the "Steve Jobs vs. Bill Gates" battle live.

On September 9, 2013, ERB uploaded a trailer video on their channel announcing that Epic Rap Battles of History would return on October 7, 2013 for a third season.[20][21] On October 14, ERB released a second video with Ahlquist voicing Theodore Roosevelt, who announced the upcoming season's schedule.[22] The third season went on hiatus after the release of "Donald Trump vs. Ebenezer Scrooge" on December 19, 2013. In March 2014, an episode of Shukoff's weekly show The Monday Show, published on March 11, and a third announcement video of Epic Rap Battles of History News, published on March 18, confirmed that Season 3 would continue on May 5. "Weird" Al Yankovic, Smosh, and Rhett and Link were also confirmed as guest appearances.[23] The third season concluded on July 14 with the release of "Artists vs. TMNT", depicting the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Leonardo, Donatello, Raphael, and Michelangelo in a battle against Leonardo, Donatello, Raphael, and Michelangelo.

On September 30, 2014, a teaser video for the fourth season of Epic Rap Battles of History, featuring the Ghostbusters and MythBusters, was released; the series returned on November 10, 2014 with its 46th episode, "Ghostbusters vs. Mythbusters".[24] This season also marked the first animated battle: "Zeus vs Thor", which was animated entirely with Lego bricks and minifigures; Forrest Whaley served as animation director. On December 15, 2014, when "Steven Spielberg vs. Alfred Hitchcock" was released, the fourth season went on hiatus. The season continued on May 25, 2015 and concluded with the release of the season finale, "Jim Henson vs. Stan Lee", on August 3, 2015.

It was confirmed in a podcast by Shukoff that there would be a fifth season, with pre-production starting in November 2015 once they came back from the world tour.

On December 16, the first off-season battle was released, entitled, "Deadpool vs. Boba Fett."

On February 26, 2016, it was announced that Season 5 would begin on May 2, 2016,[25] and on March 22 it was announced that production had begun.[26]

Season 5 officially began on May 2, 2016, with the release of the first battle of the season, "George R. R. Martin vs. J. R. R. Tolkien". ERB released battles every other Monday as of the first half of Season 5.[27] On July 12, 2016, "Alexander the Great vs. Ivan the Terrible" was released. This marked the midseason break.[28] Ahlquist later confirmed they were planning to return mid to late October. Filming began for the second half of Season 5 on September 23. On October 26, Season 5 resumed with "Donald Trump vs. Hillary Clinton". The final episode of Season 5, "Nice Peter vs EpicLLOYD 2" was released on January 9, 2017, where Ahlquist and Shukoff battle against each other once again, as it is a sequel to the Season 1 finale. Following the fifth season, ERB went on an extended hiatus.[2]

In 2016, Epic Rap Battles of History was nominated for an Emmy Award in the newly initiated category Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Short Form Variety Series at the 68th Primetime Emmy Awards.

In 2018, Shukoff announced there would be a sixth season during a performance at Anime Midwest.[29] On November 30, 2018, a video was posted on the official ERB YouTube channel, confirming that Season 6 would premiere in 2019. A "bonus battle" between Elon Musk and Mark Zuckerberg was released on December 7, 2018.[30] In December 2018, Ahlquist said that they had gone "fully independent" of their production company.[31]

On April 20, 2019, the Season 6 premiere ("Freddy Krueger vs Wolverine") was released. ERB once again went on hiatus in December, after "Thanos vs J. Robert Oppenheimer". After a 10 month hiatus, ERB returned, with their third election rap battle, "Donald Trump vs Joe Biden".[32] On December 5, 2020, Ahlquist stated in a Behind The Scenes video for their next battle, "Harry Potter vs Luke Skywalker" (their second Lego-animated collaboration with Forrest Whaley), that as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, ERB would be transitioning from Season 6 to Season 7 earlier than expected, rather than further postpone Season 6. Several planned battles and concepts would be holdovers from Season 6.[33] On May 28, 2021, the ERB Twitter account announced a new episode to be released on June 14, featuring EpicLLOYD as legendary Viking hero Ragnar Lodbrok and NicePeter as English King Richard the Lionheart. The episode was sponsored by the video game Rise of Kingdoms.[34] On November 27, 2021, ERB released a new rap battle episode, titled Jeff Bezos vs Mansa Musa on their YouTube channel.[35] This was followed by the first “three-way” battle in the show’s history (“John Wick vs John Rambo vs John McClane”) on December 18, 2021.[36] The next episode, “Lara Croft vs Indiana Jones”, released on October 26, 2022,[37] followed by “Henry Ford vs Karl Marx” on December 1, 2023.[38]

Format

Battles begin with a narrator speaking in a deep and somewhat unclear voice, first saying ‘Epic Rap Battles of History’ while the logo appears on screen. The names of the contestants are then announced, while the contestants and their names appear on screen. One contestant will rap against the other first, followed by the other, and so on. It is very common for many different ‘clones’ of the same contestant to appear while they are rapping. Different rap battles go on for different lengths of time, and some battles may only have two verses per contestant, especially earlier ones. The first 14 battles, except the 5th and 10th, only have 2 verses per contestant, while the 5th and 10th battles to be made (Hulk Hogan and Macho Man VS Kim-Jong Il and Billy Mays vs Ben Franklin) have third party rappers entering after some time, but still have a total of 4 verses only. Many rap battles feature a third party rapper entering the battle after some time, and as many as 3 rappers have entered a battle in some videos. When the battle concludes, the narrator asks the viewer who they think won and who should appear next, followed by the credits.

Cast

Main cast

Peter "Nice Peter" Shukoff

Season Recurring characters One-time characters Cameo characters
1 Abraham Lincoln Darth Vader Himself

John Lennon, Lady Gaga, Hulk Hogan, Ludwig van Beethoven, Stephen Hawking, Easter Bunny, Napoleon Dynamite, Vince Offer, Albus Dumbledore, The Cat in the Hat, Mr. Rogers, Christopher Columbus

2 Master Chief, Luigi, Michael Jackson (adult), Steve Jobs, HAL 9000 (voice), Freddie Mercury, Tenth Doctor, Batman, Santa Claus, Nikola Tesla (voice, synced with Dante Cimadamore), Lance Armstrong, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Grigori Rasputin, Vladimir Lenin, Vladimir Putin John F. Kennedy, Steve
3 Blackbeard, Bob Ross, Donald Trump, Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come, Rick Grimes, Bill Nye, George Washington, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (voices) Jimmy Olsen, Krillin, Miley Stewart
4 Jamie Hyneman, Romeo Montague, Zeus (voice), Steven Spielberg, Michael Bay, Ted "Theodore" Logan, David Copperfield, RoboCop, Friedrich Nietzsche, Julius Caesar, Jim Henson, Kermit the Frog (voice) Billy the Kid
Bonus Battle Boba Fett (voice), Mark Zuckerberg
5 Abraham Lincoln Himself J. R. R. Tolkien, Thomas Jefferson, Austin Powers, Bruce Jenner, Ivan the Terrible, Charles Darwin, Tony Hawk
Flash-in-the-Pan Hip Hop Conflicts of Nowadays Ronald McDonald T-Series, Big Bird
Unreleased Himself
6 Ronald McDonald Guy Fawkes, George Carlin, Jacques Cousteau, Sigmund Freud, Count Dracula, The Joker, J. Robert Oppenheimer, Joe Biden, Luke Skywalker (voice) Edward Scissorhands, Han Solo (voice), Yoda (voice)
7 Richard the Lionheart,[39][40] John Rambo, Indiana Jones, Henry Ford

Lloyd "EpicLLOYD" Ahlquist

Season Recurring characters One-time characters Cameo characters
1 Adolf Hitler Himself Bill O'Reilly, Chuck Norris, "Macho Man" Randy Savage, Genghis Khan, Napoleon Bonaparte, Benjamin Franklin, Gandalf, Thing 1 and Thing 2, James T. Kirk John McCain, Johann Sebastian Bach, Carl Sagan, Mr. McFeely, John "Hannibal" Smith, H. M. Murdock, Templeton "Faceman" Peck
2 Leonidas I (voice), Mario, Elvis Presley, Bill Gates, Frank Sinatra, Mitt Romney, Clint Eastwood, Robin, Christmas Elves, Adam, Thomas Edison, Babe Ruth, Skrillex, Joseph Stalin, Mikhail Gorbachev Pleistarchus, Marlon Brando, Marty McFly
3 Al Capone, Pablo Picasso, J. P. Morgan, Walter White, Superman, William Wallace, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (voices & portrayals) Lilly Truscott
4 Adam Savage, Stay Puft Marshmallow Man (voice), Clyde Barrow, Thor (voice), Hannibal Lecter, Alfred Hitchcock, Bill S. Preston Esq, Harry Houdini, The Terminator, Socrates, Stan Lee Dr. Phil McGraw
Bonus Battle Deadpool (voice), Elon Musk Dianne Feinstein, Jean-Luc Picard
5 Himself Donald Trump George R. R. Martin, Gordon Ramsay, James Bond (Sean Connery), Bruce Banner, The Hulk (voice), Frederick the Great, Theodore Roosevelt Mikey Walsh, Ash Williams, Bobby Orr
Flash-in-the-Pan Hip Hop Conflicts of Nowadays The Burger King PewDiePie, Larry Bird
Unreleased Bill Clinton
6 Donald Trump The Burger King Wolverine, Robin Williams, Steve Irwin, Vlad the Impaler, Pennywise, Thanos
7 Ragnar Lodbrok, Jeff Bezos, John McClane, Karl Marx Mutt Williams

Recurring cast

Actor Characters
Season 1 Season 2 Season 3 Season 4 Season 5 Season 6 Season 7
Zach Sherwin Albert Einstein Dr. Emmett Brown, Sherlock Holmes Ebenezer Scrooge, Stephen King Egon Spengler, Voltaire, Walt Disney Alexander the Great, Wayne Gretzky John Wick
George Watsky William Shakespeare Fourth Doctor Edgar Allan Poe
DeStorm Power Mr. T Kanye West Shaka Zulu
Rhett and Link Wilbur and Orville Wright Donatello di Betto Bardi and Leonardo da Vinci Meriwether Lewis and William Clark
Kimmy Gatewood Marilyn Monroe Hillary Clinton
Keegan-Michael Key Mahatma Gandhi Michael Jordan
Jordan Peele Martin Luther King Jr. Muhammad Ali
Timothy DeLaGhetto Kim Jong-Il Sun Tzu
Ray William Johnson Boba Fett (voice), Goku
Dan Bull Jack The Ripper Winston Churchill
Terry "KRNFX" Im Grant Imahara, Lao Tzu
Michael "Wax" Jones Quentin Tarantino Freddy Krueger

Guest appearances

Episodes

SeasonEpisodesOriginally aired
First airedLast aired
115September 26, 2010 (2010-09-26)November 16, 2011 (2011-11-16)
218December 8, 2011 (2011-12-08)April 22, 2013 (2013-04-22)
312October 7, 2013 (2013-10-07)July 14, 2014 (2014-07-14)
412November 10, 2014 (2014-11-10)August 3, 2015 (2015-08-03)
BonusDecember 16, 2015 (2015-12-16)
512May 2, 2016 (2016-05-02)January 9, 2017 (2017-01-09)
BonusDecember 7, 2018 (2018-12-07)
Flash3December 16, 2018 (2018-12-16)January 26, 2019 (2019-01-26)
611April 20, 2019 (2019-04-20)December 5, 2020 (2020-12-05)
CancelledFebruary 15, 2020 (2020-02-15)
7TBAJune 14, 2021 (2021-06-14)TBA

Awards and nominations

Awards and nominations for Epic Rap Battles of History
Year Award Category Result Recipient(s)
2013 3rd Streamy Awards Best Writing: Comedy Nominated Peter Shukoff, EpicLLOYD
Best Online Musician Won Peter Shukoff
Best Original Song Won Peter Shukoff, Lloyd Ahlquist ("Steve Jobs vs. Bill Gates")
Best Music Series Won Epic Rap Battles of History
Best Use of Fashion & Design Won Mary Gutfleisch
1st YouTube Music Awards Video of the Year[41] Nominated "Barack Obama vs. Mitt Romney"
Artist of the Year[41] Nominated Peter Shukoff, Lloyd Ahlquist
2014 4th Streamy Awards Best Writing Won Peter Shukoff, Lloyd Ahlquist, Zach Sherwin, Dante Cimadamore, Mike Betette
Music Video Won "Goku vs. Superman"
Costume Design Won Sulai Lopez
Editing Nominated Andrew Sherman, Ryan Moulton, Daniel Turcan, Peter Shukoff
Collaboration Nominated Peter Shukoff, Lloyd Ahlquist, Snoop Dogg ("Moses vs. Santa Claus")
2015 5th Streamy Awards Writing Won Peter Shukoff, Lloyd Ahlquist, Zach Sherwin, Dante Cimadamore and Mike Betette
Costume Design Won Sulai Lopez
Editing Won Andrew Sherman, Ryan Moulton, Daniel Turcan and Peter Shukoff
Collaboration Won Peter Shukoff, Lloyd Ahlquist, Grace Helbig, and Hannah Hart
26th Producers Guild of America Awards Outstanding Digital Series Nominated Epic Rap Battles of History
2016 27th Producers Guild of America Awards Nominated
68th Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Short Form Variety Series Nominated
6th Streamy Awards Collaboration Nominated Peter Shukoff, Lloyd Ahlquist, Meghan Tonjes, Mike Betette and Zach Sherwin
2017 69th Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Short Form Variety Series Nominated Epic Rap Battles of History

See also

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