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Can You Rap An Entire Song Without Using The Letter E?

Andrew Huang can! Impressive.

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The letter E is the most commonly used letter in the English language, but Andrew Huang doesn't care.

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Don't quite believe it? Here are the lyrics:


yo, without a topic i rock it

you just can't knock it or box it

i will not quit or stop and lock lips

this is a rap song in which no lyrics contain that fifth capital

brains and wits magical

i strain to rip madrigals plain to bits

any occasion, i flip scripts

birthdays and kids' trips

violin gigs, absurd paid shindigs and thursdays

i win big with wordplay

i could bring sounds that ring loud

just sing out anything that i think about

how i spray flows

your main bro claims dough from days old

on pink fluffy unicorns dancing on rainbows

but i'm on top of it, always

with or without that non-consonant

i still bring it

fans or not, my mom's fond of it

and you ought to know i just brought this jazz to its limit

that's right, your total abc's without that fifth glyph is in it

i'm not using it

do you kids miss this fifth stiff glyph?

i'm not using it, ooh

so what do you want to do?

look at my lyrics - right in front of you

truthfully, with so much scrutiny

you think I'd goofily put any old symbol in?

mad lunacy, you must not watch my stuff usually

no miscalculations, i rap brutally at any opportunity

wow, actually did it!

post this track to your pals

got a knack for blowing your brains out blaow

dictionary nation, vocab's amazing

difficulty: asian, and i'm just playing

shining bright any night, hit it right, kill a mici'm a mad man with a plan and i spit it tight

vividly spilling a million lilting rhythms and synonyms with a divinity in him

just winning at anything you might go giving him

finishing with only a possibility of pinnacling at infinity

i'm not using it

do you kids miss this fifth stiff glyph?

i'm not using it, ooh