The Bronx Crew (DJFFNYTT)
|Appears in||Def Jam: Fight For NY |
Def Jam Fight for NY: The Takeover
|Venue Hangout||Syn Energy Power Plant|
|Fighting Style||Kickboxing |
|Strengths||Upper Strength |
|Blazin' Move (s)||The Show|
- "Your times up little man."
- —Slick Rick
Slick Rick is a featured fighter in Def Jam series and is a playable character in Def Jam: Fight For NY and Def Jam Fight for NY: The Takeover.
Slick Rick's legend as a modern rap genius precedes him. Originally known as Doug E. Fresh's vocal partner in the Get Fresh Crew, the unforgettable performances of MC Ricky D (as he was then known) on 1985's double-sided single, "The Show" backed with "La Di Da Di," brought a new kind of hip hop hero to light. He was suave, debonair, and capable of both great poignancy and bawdy humor, but Rick's charisma wouldn't flourish fully until the commencement of his own solo career. Highlighted by classics like "Children's Story," "Mona Lisa," and "Hey Young World," the platinum-selling The Great Adventures of Slick Rick found the British expatriate and Bronx resident displaying a remarkable talent for wit-filled narratives. A generation of rappers still feels his influence.
Def Jam Fight For NYEdit
This battle veteran from the Bronx will snap you in two. Slick Rick fights for Crow's Crew and hangs out in at the Syn Energy Power Plant as a club boss.
- "Mercy? Sorry I'm fresh out. - Victory Outro
- "Here's looking at you." - Environmental Grapple
- "Brother, please."
- "RULER!!!!" - Blazin' Taunt
- "Almost over now." - During "The Show"
- "I suggest you stay down."
- "Time to let go."
- Slick Rick's blazin move is named after Doug E. Fresh and the Get Fresh Crew's single "The Show". Back then, he was known as MC Ricky D as was a member of Doug E. Fresh's Get Fresh Crew.