FlipTop Rap and Hiphop Battle League and Sunugan

FlipTop Rap and Hiphop Battle League and Sunugan

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FlipTop Battle League is the first and largest professional rap battle conference in the Philippines, founded by Alaric Riam Yuson (known as Anygma)[1] and Romeo Borrondia (known as RYME B) in 2010.[2] The league promotes Pinoy hip hop. FlipTop is heavily influenced by the original rap battle leagues in the West founded in 2008 – Grind Time Now, King of the Dot and Don’t Flop, which inspired the creation of FlipTop and other battle leagues around the world.[3][4] The league also branched out into several divisions after its success

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Battle

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In general, the contest consists of three rounds with a time limit for each contender set by the referee. Overtime is applied if the battle is a draw. The first turn is determined by a toss coin. Scripted or non-scripted bars are allowed. Profanities and insults are allowed in the battle provided that contenders must not take it seriously or personally.[6][7] Both sides can also bring props for the event. Filipino language is the primary medium although other languages or dialects can be used. The winner is determined by the decision of the judges. The criteria for judging are the usage of words, audience impact and rapping style.[3]

There are different conferences in FlipTop such as Filipino Conference, Bisaya Conference, English Conference, etc.

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Concerts and Performances

Aside from battle rap, the league also hosts concerts and seminars about hiphop culture, commonly named as Mindfields.

Websites

https://www.facebook.com/fliptop.battleleague/

https://sites.google.com/site/fliptopleague/kataga

http://fliptop-battle.com/

http://www.fliptopline.com/

https://www.youtube.com/user/fliptopbattles

Venues

Quantum Cafe, Makati City, Metro Manila

B-Side, Malugay Street, Makati City, Metro Manila

Format

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FlipTop has three different battle formats which sometimes combined with Freestyle:

  • Written – Now the most common in all FlipTop tournaments, it has no background music. The bars have no measure but it has a rhyme.
  • Freestyle – At first the most common in all FlipTop tournaments, there’s still freestyle battle but not so often as the written format. Sometimes it has background music and sometimes it doesn’t have. The bars have no measure but it has a rhyme.
  • Old School – Commonly used on tryouts. It has background music, and sometimes combined with Freestyle.

There are different variations of rap competition in FlipTop:

  • Dos por Dos – Tag-team freestyle rap contest. Emcee or Femcee. It can be Freestyle or Written.
  • Five on Five – Five-member team freestyle rap contest. Emcee or Femcee. It can be Freestyle or Written.
  • Femcee Battle – All-female rap battle. It can be Freestyle or Written.
  • Intergender Battle – Male vs. Female battle.
  • Royal Rumble – A rap battle consists of more than two emcees randomly attack or bash each other.
  • Secret Battle – Same as the other battles but with limited audience.

List of Events

Event Name Date Venue
Grain Assault February 6, 2010 Quantum Cafe, Makati City
Second Sight March 20, 2010 B-Side, Malugay Street, Makati City, Metro Manila
Ahon May 15, 2010 Guerrilla Radio, Pasig City
Process of Illumination June 25, 2010 Freedom Bar, Anonas, Quezon City
Bwelta Balentong July 17, 2010 Freedom Bar, Anonas, Quezon City
Down N South September 25, 2010 Friday’s Super Club, Las Pinas City
2 on 2 October 16, 2010 Tanza, Cavite
Gapo de Gulat October 29, 2010 Music Jam, Olongapo City
Sabong Sumulong November 12, 2010 Texas Cockpit Arena, Marikina City
Tectonics December 4, 2010 Katips Bar and Grillery, Katipunan Extension, Quezon City
Grain Assault 2 February 5, 2011 Quantum Cafe, Bagtikan corner Kamagong St. Makati City
Ahon 2 July 1–2, 2011 Hades Bar, 99 Timog Avenue, Quezon City
Mindfields September 23, 2011 Quimpo Boulevard, Davao City
082 Magnitude September 24, 2011 Quimpo Boulevard, Davao City
Gapo de Gulat 2 November 5, 2011 Jax Comedy Bar, Magsaysay Drive, Olongapo City
Ahon 3 December 10, 2011 Katip’s Bar, Katipunan Extension, Quezon City
Bara Ko Barako December 27, 2011 Naic Covered Court, Cavite
Mindfields 2 February 16, 2012 Club Z, Sucat Parañaque
Grain Assault 3 February 25, 2012 Feron Bldg., Kamagong Corner Bagtigkan
Mindfields 3 March 1, 2012 Teno2 Bar, Timog Avenue, Quezon City
Hukuman March 17, 2012 Orani Gym, Orani, Bataan
Mindfields 4 March 30, 2012 Teno2 Bar, Timog Avenue, Quezon City
Mindfields 5 April 21, 2012 B-Side, Malugay Street, Makati City, Metro Manila
Mindfields 6 April 26, 2012 Skarlet Jazz Kticher Bar, Timog Avenue, Quezon City
Zoning May 5, 2012 B-Side, Malugay Street, Makati City, Metro Manila
Mindfields Mindanao May 17–18, 2012 Tagum City, Davao del Norte
Different Ways 2 May 19, 2012 Tagum City, Davao del Norte
Boom Bap Friday July 6, 2012 B-Side, Malugay Street, Makati City, Metro Manila
Unibersikulo August 31, 2012 B-Side, Malugay Street, Makati City, Metro Manila
Kataga September 8, 2012 Kamalig Bar, Rosario, Cavite
Aspakan October 6, 2012 Party Piknikan, Lazatin Blvd., Villa Victoria, San Fernando City, Pampanga
Ahon 4 November 9–10, 2012 B-Side, Malugay Street, Makati City, Metro Manila
Mindfields 7 December 7, 2012 B-Side, Malugay Street, Makati City, Metro Manila
Grain Assault 4 February 8, 2013 B-Side, Malugay Street, Makati City, Metro Manila
Pakusganay March 2, 2013 GSP Gym, Davao City
Tectonics 2 April 27, 2013 B-Side, Malugay Street, Makati City, Metro Manila
Zoning 2 May 17, 2013 B-Side, Malugay Street, Makati City, Metro Manila
Tournament Round 2 July 19–20, 2013 B-Side, Malugay Street, Makati City, Metro Manila
Tournament Semis September 27, 2013 B-Side, Malugay Street, Makati City, Metro Manila
082 Magnitude 2 November 9, 2013 Brgy. Buhangin, Davao City
Unibersikulo 2 December 21, 2013 B-Side, Malugay Street, Makati City, Metro Manila
Grain Assault 5 February 7, 2014 B-Side, Malugay Street, Makati City, Metro Manila
Ubec Mindfields February 16, 2014 Gorordo Street, Cebu City
Second Sight 2 April 11, 2014 B-Side, Malugay Street, Makati City, Metro Manila
Gubat April 25, 2014 Cap Center, Osmeña Blvd. Cebu City
Oromata May 9, 2014 Cagayan De Oro
Kataga 2 June 28, 2014 Imus, Cavite
Aspakan 2 July 19, 2014 Angeles, Pampanga
Zoning 3 August 30, 2014 B-Side, Malugay Street, Makati City, Metro Manila
Gubat 2 October 18, 2014 Cap Center, Osmeña Blvd. Cebu City
Mindfields x Rapollo October 19, 2014 C Cuperclub, Cebu City
Zoning 4 November 8, 2014 Club Z/Barbaric Bar, Dr. A. Santos Avenue, Paranaque City
Ahon 5 December 19–20, 2014 San Juan Gym, San Juan City
Grain Assault 6 February 7, 2015 B-Side, Malugay Street, Makati City, Metro Manila
Second Sight 3 March 13, 2015 B-Side, Malugay Street, Makati City, Metro Manila
Bwelta Balentong 2 May 30, 2015 B-Side, Malugay Street, Makati City, Metro Manila
Mindfields Cebu June 3, 2015 Lahug, Cebu City
Gubat 3 July 4, 2015 Cap Center, Osmeña Blvd. Cebu City
Process of Illumination 2 August 22, 2015 B-Side, Malugay Street, Makati City, Metro Manila
Unibersikulo 3 September 12, 2015 B-Side, Malugay Street, Makati City, Metro Manila
Aspakan 3 October 10, 2015 Angeles, Pampanga
Process of Illumination 3 October 23, 2015 Dasmariñas, Cavite
082 Magnitude 3 November 27, 2015 Davao City
Process of Illumination 4 November 28, 2015 Davao City
Ahon 6 December 11–13, 2015 San Juan Gym, San Juan City
Grain Assault 7 February 6, 2016 B-Side, Malugay Street, Makati City, Metro Manila
Kataga 3 February 20, 2016 Rosario, Cavite
Process of Illumination 5 March 11, 2016 Cebu City
Gubat 4 March 12, 2016 Cap Center, Osmeña Blvd. Cebu City
Second Sight 4 May 7, 2016 B-Side, Malugay Street, Makati City, Metro Manila
Aspakan 4 June 11, 2016 Mabalacat, Pampanga
Mindfields 8 July 15, 2016 Davao City
Pakusganay 2 July 16, 2016 Davao City
Bwelta Balentong 3 September 17, 2016 B-Side, Malugay Street, Makati City, Metro Manila
Mindfields x Rapollo 2 September 23, 2016 Bikeyard Cafe, Cebu City
Gubat 5 September 24, 2016 Cap Center, Osmeña Blvd. Cebu City
Mindfields 9 October 24, 2016 Mow’s Matalino St., Quezon City
Unibersikulo 4 October 29, 2016 Quantum Cafe, Makati City
Ahon 7 December 16–17, 2016 San Juan Gym, San Juan City

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Notable emcees

Name Personal Name Hometown Affiliations Signature Style
2khelle Olongapo City Alpha Taktikah, G.R.S 047, G-Town, Singko Brothers, A-Syan Recordz Freestyle
Abra Raymond Abracosa Pasig City Lyrically Deranged Poets, FlipMusic, Team Sunday, Artifice Speed Rapping and Multi
Aklas Philip Ching Quezon City Batch1, True Death, AKLAS Ltd., LUMA Comedy, Intergalactic Bars, Alien Bars
Andy G Andy Jamolin Parañaque DC Clan, Double Cross, The Real South Pride Production Comedy
Apekz Mark Anthony Cadiente Valenzuela City Rhym Minister, Deepflowmahgik, Hustlin Records Comedy, Freestyle
Apoc Ralph Dela Fuente Pasig City Raw, Dukes, Bilog Writer’s Block, Sabertooth Academy Bars and Wordplay
Asero Olongapo City True Pinoy Playaz, G.R.S., A-Syan Recordz
Asser Asser Ace Dilao Cebu City NevaNevaNevaLand, 3GS, Outbox, Rapollo Multi and Personals
Badang Darwin Ferianeza Marikina Tuesday Troop, Hahay Entertainment Comedy, Freestyle
Bassilyo Lordivino Ignacio Marikina CrazyAsPinoy, Crazy Family, Badboys Comedy
Batang Rebelde Marvin Arias Tanza, Cavite Baredibu, Ulikbangon, Zone 457, Exodus, AKZ Serious bars
Batas Mark Rodriguez Tahanan, Paranaque Wild Ones Tatttoo, Illustrado, Upsiring, Barangay Tibay, Sultan of Snap, Tha TVC Black Serious Bars, Unorthodox Rhythm, Wordplay, Hardcore, Aggressive
BLKD Allen Enriquez Naic, Cavite The Pharm, Batch 1, 3LC Heavy and Deep Bars, Wordplay, Poetic
Cameltoe Paranaque AMPON Sexual Humour, Comedy
Cool Kidd Davao City K-Records, Karabineros
CrazyMix Romarico Superable Quezon City Crazy Familym Blind Rhyme Productions Speed Rapping, Part comedy
Daddy Joe D San Pedro, Laguna Elegante / P3TRecords, RS Production, Bigkasang San Pedro Comedy
Damsa Raymond Abrenica San Pedro, Laguna Via Records, MusicPharm, Black Cat Pro, Inked Hustlaz, S.N.S Speed Rapping, Flow
Datu Freestyle, Battle Veteran, Rebuttals, Part Comedy.
Dello Wendell de Jesus Gatmaitan Tondo, Manila Skwaterhaws, Mongol Unit Rebuttals, Part comedy, Freestyle
Dopee Raymond Escurzon Davao City Speech, Kalawakan Crew Comedy
Elbiz John Elvis Narisma Quezon City The Green House Comedy
EJ Power Ejay Florentino Balanga, Bataan Danger Zone, Outbox, Troop A Poetic, Comedy, Freestyle
Flict-G Raymond Rivera Mandaluyong, Manila Repablikan Syndicate, Shockra Wordplay, Comedy
Fongger Cebu City 7Kings Production, Crazy Family, Shongkoi, 504 Records, Team Porkchop Comedy
Frooz Federico Hidalgo Binangonan, Rizal Crazy Family Badboys, BlindRhyme Productions, Alyansa ng Tugmang Bulag, Puyat Records Comedy
Fuego Paco, Manila Mack-Town, Taft-Love, Vito Crew Bars
Gap Vito Cruz Vito Crew, TL, LD, People’s Future, Yo Momma
Ghandi Quezon City Kalayaan, Moment Squad
G-Clown Kevin Dela Cruz Tanay, Rizal Lego Music, BTR Pro, KOK Clothing Serious bars
Harlem Harlem Ty Pasig City Team Watawat, Schizophrenia, Street Team Freestyle
Hearty Tha Bomb Irene Ciriaco Baesa, Quezon City Martial Camp Records, Tuesday Troop, Konektado, X-Deal Vigilantes, Rap Divas
Icaruz Michael Cania Noveleta, Cavite Themsent, El Grande Records
J-King Julius Cenon Cabanatuan City, Nueva Ecija Word War, 3GS, Nueva Ecija TV48, CMPRO, Devil Rhyme Freestyle, Poetic, and Rebuttals
J-Skeelz Jason Rodriguez Tondo, Manila 187 Mobstaz Comedy, Freestyle
Japormz Olongapo, Zambales Kosa Familia Offensive Bars, Comedy
Josh G. Joshua Gurango Quezon City SNL Crew, Edub Comedy
Jonas Jonas Dichoso Bulihan, Cavite Breezy Music, Beats by Foe, Anak ng Madre, 3GS Wordplay, Poetic, Comedy
Juan Lazy Christian Quiapon Paranaque/Makati City Southern Villains/ Meks Familia Comedy, Freestyle
K-Jah Camarin, Caloocan Uprising Poetic
Kahir Quezon City Them Sent, Batch-1, 3LC Poetic, Comedy
Kamandag Olongapo City Bloodline Productions, Suwail na Anak ng Gapo, A.Y.A.D
Kial Marco Alkadama Tondo / Bulacan 187 Mobstaz, Blind Rhyme Productions Poetic
LilJohn Johnross Delos Santos Parañaque City Parañaque Rebels, All-Star Pro, 3GS Rebuttals, Multi, Comedy
Lil Sisa Jhayann Parreño Antipolo City Crazy Family
Loonie Marlon Peroramas Cebu City Stick Figgas, Konektado, Barangay Tibay, Watawat Poetic, Multi, Comedy
M Zhayt Christian Paolo Gabriola Rosario, Pasig City 3GS, All Star, Rapskallion, Poema, Cursebox, 13 Kabalyero Rebuttals, Freestyle
Nikki Jonathan Vibas Digos City Supreme Blood, Heneral Luna, Digos Rap Project, PSB Records, Slickboats Prodz Comedy
Nico Nico Nachor Olongapo City Arma Letra, The Firing Squad, Bara Suwail, Rep The Hood Ent., Take Eat Out Misdirecting bars Bano Bars
Notorious Billy Lizano Anonas, Quezon City Kampo Teroritmo, Proyekto Dos Tres, P2 Hood, King G Serious Bars
Pricetagg Jomari Espiritu San Fernando, La Union/Sta. Mesa, Manila Rep The Hood Ent., Shots Fired, Black Rose Tattoo Serious Bars, Part Comedy, Heavy and Deep Bars
Pistolero Christian Carlo Cañares Tondo, Manila Hush Musik, Jmekwar, Delubyong Anghel, 3GS, AllStar Production Rebuttals, Freestyle
Plazma Paulo Calangan Quezon City MDK, TCMF, Writer’s Block, Sabretooth Academy Wordplay, Horrorcore, Hardcore, Aggressive
Rapido Rafael Guerrero Rosario, Cavite Elements Speed Rapping, Offensive Bars
Romano Romano Trinidad Cabanatuan City, Nueva Ecija Rappscab Music, 3GS, Cursebox Production, Mark Beats Freestyle, Rebuttals, Aggressive
Rudic Joshua Lingating Quezon City DC Clan, Mindanao’s Illest, Simbagsik
Sak Maestro Hansel Cabo Davao City Cot Crew, The Takeover, K-Records Serious Bars, Multilingual, Poetic, Wordplays
Sayadd Ralph Lizano Anonas, Quezon City Illustrado, Oyog International Bars
Sev Pasig City SMC
Shehyee Christopher John Ongkiko Mandaluyong BMG, Flipmusic, Flee Entertainment, Watawat Part Comedy, Medium Bars
Shernan Shernan Roy Gaite Muntilupa City Muntilupas Most Wanted, 3GS, Senyor Mafias, AllStar Production Comedy, Rebuttals, Gimmick
Silencer Ric Laurino Parañaque City Familia De Calibre, DC Clan Music, The Real South Pride Production Comedy, Flow
Sinio Joseph Martin Cagasan Mabalacat, Pampanga Pampanga’s Finest, 45 Battalion, Real Jokes, Copy Right Comedy, Rebuttals
Skarm Philip Pacheco Pasig City Ampon, Talksic Ways
Smugglaz Bryan Lao Tondo 187 Mobstaz, Blind Rhyme Productions, Shockra Speed Rapping, Part Comedy, Flow
Spade Quezon City Illustrado, Uprising
Righteous One Joshua Berenguer Meycauayan, Bulacan Brown Radio, FMCC, Souljahs Serious Bars, Freestyle
Target Renie Boy Palma Las Pinas City Double Cross, DC Clan Music, The Real South Pride Production Poetic, Deep Bars, Freestyle
Tipsy D Mark Kevin Andrade Balanga,Bataan Bataan Hiphop Movement, Abakadaz Wordplays, Part Comedy, Deep and heavy bars.
Tweng Bohol / Cagayan De Oro Six3Hundred Crew, Palma Doggz, Bohol Bee Farm, Leadership Frienship Service Zeta Beta Chapter Gimmick, Comedy
Zaito Predo Canon Jr. Las Pinas City / Cavite Vigilante Family, South Radical Production, Uprising Comedy, Freestyle

Cultural impact and criticism

In its early days, FlipTop initially gained criticism for its use of strong language, mockery and bullying, prompting the city government of Makati to ban rap battles in the area.[7] As time passed, the events gained acceptance, with the official FlipTop YouTube channel[8] gaining more than one million subscribers which they received Golden Play Button Award, and two million likes on its Facebook fanpage.[9][10] After it gained success and reputation via social media,[11] many amateur and other rap battles arose such as Sunugan, Word War, Bolero Rap Battles, Versus Verses, Bahay Katay, Flipshop, Flipcap etc. Due to its freestyle and rhymed content, some academics considered it as modern-day “balagtasan” although some rap artists discourage the idea.[12][13][14] It caught media attention in that some emcees involved in FlipTop have gained commercial success like Abra,[15] Loonie, Smugglaz, Shehyee, and others.[1][16]

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Sureños 13

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Sureños, Sur 13, or Sureños X3 are groups of loosely affiliated gangs[10] that pay tribute to the Mexican Mafia while in U.S. state and federal correctional facilities.

Many Sureño gangs have rivalries with one another and the only time this rivalry is set aside is when they enter the prison system.[4][6][11] Thus, fighting is common among different Sureño gangs even though they share the same common identity. Sureños have emerged as a national gang in the United States.

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Mexican Mafia

The Mexican Mafia (Spanish: Mafia Mexicana), also known as La eMe (Spanish for “the M”), is a highly organized Mexican American criminal organization in the United States.[1][4] Despite its name, the Mexican Mafia did not originate in Mexico and is entirely a U.S. criminal prison organization. Sureños, including MS-13 and Florencia 13,[15] use the number 13 to show allegiance to the Mexican Mafia.

M is the 13th letter of the alphabet. Law enforcement officials report that La eMe is the most powerful gang within the California prison system.[16] Government officials state that there are currently 155–300 official members of the Mexican Mafia with around 990 associates who assist La eMe in carrying out its illegal activities in the hopes of becoming full members.

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Mara Salvatrucha (MS-13)

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Mara Salvatrucha (MS-13) is an international criminal gang that originated in Los Angeles, California. It has spread to other parts of the United States, Canada, Mexico, and Central America. The majority of the gang is ethnically composed of Central Americans (mostly Salvadorans) and active in urban and suburban areas.

In the U.S., the MS-13 has an especially heavy presence in Los Angeles County and the San Francisco Bay Area in Northern California; the Washington, D.C. metropolitan areas of Fairfax County, Virginia, Montgomery County, Maryland, and Prince George’s County, Maryland; Queens, New York; Long Island, New York; Newark, New Jersey, Plainfield, New Jersey; Jersey City, New Jersey; Elizabeth, New Jersey; the Boston, Massachusetts area; Charlotte, North Carolina; and Houston, Texas. There is also a presence of MS-13 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

Members of MS distinguish themselves by tattoos covering the body and also often the face, as well as the use of their own sign language. They are notorious for their use of violence and a subcultural moral code that predominantly consists of merciless revenge and cruel retributions. This cruelty of the distinguished members of the “Maras” or “Mareros” earned them a path to be recruited by the Sinaloa Cartel battling against Los Zetas in an ongoing drug war south of the United States border.[5][6][7] Their wide-ranging activities have drawn the attention of the FBI and Immigration and Customs Enforcement, who have initiated wide-scale raids against known and suspected gang members – netting hundreds of arrests across the country.

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Sinaloa Cartel

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The Sinaloa Cartel (Spanish: Cártel de Sinaloa or CDS)[9] is an international drug trafficking, money laundering, and organized crime syndicate.[10] Established during the mid-1980s,[11] the Sinaloa Cartel is based primarily in the city of Culiacán, Sinaloa,[12] with operations in the Mexican states of Baja California, Durango, Sonora, and Chihuahua.[13][14] The cartel is also known as the Guzmán-Loera Organization and the Pacific Cartel, the latter due to the coast of Mexico from which it originated. The cartel has also been called the Federation and the Blood Alliance.[13][15][16][17] The ‘Federation’ was partially splintered when the Beltrán-Leyva brothers broke apart from the Sinaloa Cartel.[18]

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The United States Intelligence Community considers the Sinaloa Cartel “the most powerful drug trafficking organization in the world”[19] and in 2011, the Los Angeles Times called it “Mexico’s most powerful organized crime group.”[20] The Sinaloa Cartel is associated with the label “Golden Triangle”, which refers to the states of Sinaloa, Durango, and Chihuahua. The region is a major producer of Mexican opium and marijuana.[18] According to the U.S. Attorney General, the Sinaloa Cartel is responsible for importing into the United States and distributing nearly 200 tons of cocaine and large amounts of heroin between 1990 and 2008.[21] According to the National Drug Intelligence Center, within the U.S. the Sinaloa Cartel is primarily involved in the distribution of cocaine, heroin, methamphetamine, marijuana and MDMA.[22]

As of 2015, the Sinaloa Cartel is the most active drug cartel involved in smuggling illicit drugs into the United States and trafficking them throughout the United States.

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