First-generation rapper Jubit Lane knocked on the door of'Show Me the Money'.
In Mnet's'Show Me the Money 9', which aired on the 23rd, Jubit Lane was drawn in the second qualifying round.
Jubit Lane debuted in 2001 as a member of the 3-member hip-hop group Buga Kings. Buga Kings was the largest movement crew that led Korean hip-hop and was active in the early 2000s.
In the appearance of Jubit Lane, dynamic duo Gaeko introduced, "If you love hip-hop music for a long time, you can't know this person. Even when we did a group activity called'CB MASS'," he introduced. Palo Alto said, "I really never thought that this person would participate in Show Me." Dynamic Duo Choija expressed his honest feelings, saying, "While wondering, I'm glad, and on the other hand, I'm worried about it. It seems to be a complicated examination."
Palo Alto said, "Jubit Lane hyung was in a restaurant, and he sent me a gomtang pack as a gift." In response, Choija laughed, saying, "You must send food to me."
"I've been in the restaurant business since 2015 and have been self-employed for 5 years. Now, I'll burn my passion once and for all so that I can be a bit of strength for my 40s old man who loves hip-hop, and his friends and family who have been slightly forgotten. "He burned his extraordinary will.
Jubit Lane, who went on stage wearing a military uniform and a hip-hop hat, showed off a cool rap that contained the situation of a new coronavirus infection (Corona 19). The result is all pass. Jubit Lane joined the Copal team, saying, "It was the first time I got goosebumps among all the stages I have been on."
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