T-Rex - Battle Rap Legend

T-Rex is a famous battle rapper who has competed in many rap battles and mixtapes. He was born as Randy Sullivan on August 30, 1986, in Harlem, New York. His father died when he was very young and his mother is from Accra, Ghana. He has a cousin who is also a rapper, Murda Mook.

T-Rex started doing rap battles in the late 1990s and soon became known for his aggressive and witty style. He has faced off against many popular battlers, such as Charlie Clips, Hitman Holla, Math Hoffa, and Yung Ill. One of his most viewed battles was against Yung Ill in 2012, which earned more than 3.5 million views on YouTube.

T-Rex is also part of the rap group Dot Mobb, which consists of him and other rappers like Murda Mook. They have released several mixtapes together. T-Rex has also collaborated with other artists like Styles P., Hitman Holla, Charlie Clips, and Math Hoffa.

T-Rex’s real name is Randy Sullivan and he is currently 37 years old. He stands at 5’9" tall and weighs around 140 lbs. His net worth is estimated to be around $500k as of 2023. He previously dated rapper Star Smilez.

T-Rex is one of the most successful and respected battle rappers in the industry. He has a loyal fan base and a strong reputation for his skills and charisma. He is always looking for new challenges and opportunities to showcase his talent.

Some of the recent events in T-Rex’s career are:

  • In 2019, he battled Tay Roc at the URL’s Resolution event, but lost by a unanimous decision. He was criticized for his lackluster performance and lack of preparation.
  • In 2020, he battled Rosenberg Raw at the RBE’s Get Back event, but also lost by a unanimous decision. He was accused of recycling bars and choking in the third round.
  • In 2021, he battled Eazy the Block Captain at the URL’s Super Fight event, but again lost by a unanimous decision. He was praised for his improved delivery and energy, but still fell short against his opponent’s punches and angles.
  • In 2022, he battled Aye Verb at the URL’s Summer Madness event, but yet again lost by a unanimous decision. He was mocked for his outdated references and lack of creativity.
  • In 2023, he announced his retirement from battle rap, citing personal and health issues. He thanked his fans and supporters for their love and loyalty, and said he would focus on his music and family.

Some of the achievements and accolades of T-Rex are:

  • He won the Fight Klub tournament in 2005, defeating Jin, Serius Jones, and Jae Millz.
  • He won the Total Slaughter tournament in 2014, defeating Cortez, Marv Won, and Big T.
  • He was nominated for the Lyricist of the Year award at the BET Hip Hop Awards in 2014.
  • He was ranked as the #1 battle rapper of all time by Rap Grid in 2015.
  • He was inducted into the Battle Rap Hall of Fame in 2021.