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Shaka Zulu vs Julius Caesar. Epic Rap Battles of History Season 4.
  Published: 2 years ago


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▼ CAST ▼
Shaka Zulu: DeStorm Power

Zulu Warrior: Klarity

Julius Ceasar: Nice Peter

Roman Soldier: EpicLLOYD

▼ CREW ▼
Executive Producers:
Peter Shukoff and Lloyd Ahlquist

Executive Producer:
Michelle Maloney

Directed by:
Nice Peter

Mike Betette

Atul Singh

Written by:
EpicLLOYD, Nice Peter and Zach Sherwin

Staff Writer:
Dante Cimadamore

Mike Betette

Song Produced by:
Nice Peter & Jose ""Choco"" Reynoso

Mixed by:
Nice Peter and Jose ""Choco"" Reynoso

Beat Produced by:

Video Editing by:
Andrew Sherman, Ryan Moulton, and Nice Peter

Director of Photography:
Jon Na

Costume Designer/Art Director:
Sulai Lopez

VFX and Compositing:
Andrew Sherman and Ryan Moulton

Dept. Head Make Up and Hair:
Ashlyn Melancon

Key Make Up Artist:
Tara Lang

Trent Turner

Music Supervisor/Playback:
Dante Cimadamore

Production Coordinator:
Shaun Lewin

Gale Saldana


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6 hours ago
1:29 scorpion not ballista

11 hours ago
i thought julius said: youre fucking with the most triumphant nerd of the triumvarate...

14 hours ago
Marc Anthony (singer) vs Marc Anthony (Cleopatra's husband)

16 hours ago

17 hours ago
Julius Caesar died before the Roman Empire existed. (Also he was a Dictator when he ruled so it wasn't really a Republic.)

18 hours ago
"I heard you had poison spit, where was it in this cypher"? That line was 🔥

1 day ago
Shaka Zulu won

1 day ago
Who heard cypher and thought of Cypher part 4?

1 day ago
they should just make out already

1 day ago
what the fuck dude

1 day ago
As a rap act, its pretty close. Just that finishing line, it might go to Caesar. Though Shaka, telling him he got stabbed many times by his friends. It might go to Shaka. I can't decide. Perhaps, just by a whisker, the Zulu won this one.

- However, if you just consider the military forces, and tactics they used; while the Zulu's might be the best warriors in African history, and the fourth reserve to enter the battle a solid tactic, also the Romans used reserves, committed forces through signals and planned action. In the end, unarmored, tribal warriors, even excellent ones, were just the kind of opponent the iron-clad Roman Legion was designed and forged to beat.
- The Zulu's hide shields would be ruined by Pilum, turned heavy or torn, their stabbing spears would not find weak flesh, but segmentata plates or leather and chainmail, their center would be ground down by solid, shielded and formed cohorts, their horns blocked by auxiliary infantry, skirmishers or even encircled and ridden down by cavalry. Between archers, pilum, sword and plate, the pride of southern Africa would lie decimated and dead.
- To be blunt, the 25.000 Zulu that decimated the British rifles at Isandlwana would probably have been crushed by a single legion. No rifles that would jam from heat, no unarmored, loosely spread line to overrun, but be met by a solid wall of inflexible Roman might.

2 days ago
"You can grow my wheat for me after your beaten" holy shit

2 days ago
Julius won cause that end line, savage

2 days ago
1:24 Escuse me?

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2 days ago
Caesar won hands down

2 days ago
Rome at the time of Julius Ceasar would have decimated the Zulus. Centuries passed away as did hundreds of millions primitive war loving enemies just ask the Gauls, Thracians, Carthaginians also African, the German hoards and hundreds of other groups most lost to history because they dared to challenge Rome. All used spears, horses, arrows, chariots, elephants all were badasses but none had the professionalism or the discipline of the legions. That being said the Zulus were not to be taken lightly.

2 days ago
Ave Caesar.

2 days ago
Edi Amin (spelled that wrong maybe) v.s. king George

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