Information on the RapperEdit
Norman Bates is a fictional character created by writer Robert Bloch as the main character in his novel Psycho, and portrayed by Anthony Perkins as the primary antagonist of the 1960 film of the same name directed by Alfred Hitchcock and its sequels. The character was inspired by murderer Ed Gein.
So much evil in this world, from the whores to your Nietzsche mustache.
I'm sorry, Mr. Holmes, you're nothing like Sherlock. You're just an evil man.
My names are all puns, so I'm more than just a Normal rapper.
I'll peep through your office and then when I'm finished spying, you'll be stabbed.
You've gotten too many women, sexual intercourse is sinful.
Alfred didn't bring me fame, I'm the one who made the blood-bathtub full.
When I'm through with you, I'll leave your skeleton in a cellar to rot,
Because that's a much more clea than the fate your victims had got.
Anything bad about my mother you say is clearly a lie.
I've known her until her death, and believe me:
My film is significant, even Congress is able to understand that.
I'll take your $4,000 and use it to clean off the blood that has been splat.
I spit the calm but sick rhymes from within a motel or solitude.
I've tricked people for decades, and I've got the disses, so rude.
Alfred Hitchcock Presents the battle of Bates and Holmes,
A battle that shall be watched for decades in the televisions of all homes,
So everyone shall see what happens when I knock of your top hat dome,
And like when you were sentenced in history, you shall again hang out all alone.
- The beat in which he rapped to is Light Yagami's theme music from Death Note.
- While his beat is not an actual song, Holmes' beat makes their battle the third to use actual beats from songs.