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Hitman Holla
Real Name Gerald Fulton, Jr.
Origin University City, MO
Rap Group none
Leagues SMACK/URL, Battle America, Fight Klub
Motto "Ball Game," "Yett Yett" "Fuck it ima remix it"

Hitman Holla (born Gerald Fulton, Jr. on March 29, 1988) is a battle rapper and Bloods gang member out of St.Louis. His family is heavily involved in his battle rap career. His father "Big Gerald" attends many of his battles and even talks trash to his opponents. It has been confirmed that Big Gerald was actually the one that yelled "Yes sir!" in response to Aye Verb in his 3rd round against Hitman, and it went down as one of battle rap's greatest moments in history. His little brother "Showout" can be seen in Hitman's corner in almost all of his battles. Showout gained attention when he knocked out another battle rapper that went by the name of Bill Collector. The aftermath went viral on WorldStarHipHop. He made his debut as a prop for Hitman in his battle against Conceited. After Hitman stated that his firearm's recoil force would be ever so overwhelming, he fell backwards unexpectedly only to fall in the arms of Showout. As nobody expected him to do such a thing, the whole crowd loved it and demanded more. Ever since then, Showout has been involved in every one of Hitman's remix bars and even spit a line himself against Charlie Clips and Tsu Surf.

On July 28, 2013, Hitman tweeted that he has been banned from URL. He claimed that it was "kuz I wanted my battle to drop sooner" referring to his Conceited battle, but it was probably because he threatened to knock Norbes (a URL staff member) the fuck out. Currently, he has squashed it and is now cool with SMACK/URL once again. As of October, 2015; Hitman is in 5 of the 10 most viewed battles on the URL youtube channel (& 4 of the top 6). Follow on IG @ata_chop

Following in Conceited's footsteps, Hitman was cast as a performer in season 6 of "Wild n' Out."


Lights Out Battle Rapper 'Hitman Holla' TKO's Man Who Was Threatening To Hurt Him

Holla knocks a bouncer tfo


Many, including himself, consider Hitman a "street" rapper, His bars usually comprise of guns, gangs, and violence in general. Since he was simultaneously a basketball player and a blood in college, he constantly makes analogies of basketball to street violence. His signature move is the "remix" (debuted against Aye Verb) in which he repeats some bars in a chopped and screwed type fashion. His remix is always in his 1st round, and so far the only remix that aint hit like that was the one against Charlie Clips.


Opponent Date League Notes
Bill collector Dec 13 2019 RBE 3-0 Hitman
Tay Roc Aug 11, 2018 URL:SM7 3-0 Hitman
K-SHINE Sep 10, 2017 URL:SM6 3-0 Hitman
SHOTGUN SUGE Jan 22, 2017 Udubb: HS2 2-1 Hitman
Bonkaz Dec 2015 BOTB UK 1-0 Hitman
DNA/K-Shine Jun 23,2015 Don't Flop Teamed up with Aye Verb
Shotty Horroh Feb, 2015 KOTD: Black Out 5 Debatable Holla favor
Tsu Surf Sep 28, 2014 URL:SM4   2-1 Hitman
Calicoe Snoop Dogg's Gladiator School Hitman
Charlie Clips Apr 21, 2014 Go-Rilla Warfare  2-1 Charlie Clips
O-Red Jan 26,2014 UW BATTLE LEAGUE 3-0 W


T-Rex Dec, 2013 St Louis 2-1 Hitman
Conceited June 23, 2013 URL:NOME3 2-1 Hitman
Math Hoffa Feb 24, 2013


2-1 Hitman
John John Da Don Aug 19, 2012 SMACK/URL 2-1 Hitman
Aye Verb Mar 21, 2012 SMACK/URL 2-1 Aye Verb
Goodz Dec 18, 2011 Battle America Hitman
Hollow Da Don Aug 26, 2011 SMACK/URL 1-2 Hollow
Arsonal Dec 10, 2010 SMACK/URL 2-1 Hitman
Calicoe Aug 13,2021 RBE 2-1 Calicoe

Hitman Holla Rollerblading

his brother aint have to hold him up


Ball Game (2012)

balllll-gameeee-1.5 (2011)