|Rap battle information|
|Appeared in||Gandhi vs Martin Luther King Jr.|
Martin Luther King, Jr.
Indian Independence March Extras
White Preacher in Indian Independence March
Civil Rights March Extras
White Preacher in Civil Rights March
|Release date||February 25, 2013|
Main Street is where Gandhi and Martin Luther King, Jr. rapped during their second verses in Gandhi vs Martin Luther King Jr. It appeared as a different street for both rappers: King rapped his last verse on a street in the United States of America, while Gandhi rapped his last two verses on his street in India.
Information on the location
The street where Gandhi rapped was between the Taj Mahal Hotel and the Gateway of India, while the street where Martin Luther King, Jr. rapped was a suburban street somewhere in America. This part of the battle was likely referencing the rappers going out on the streets to protest, as they are joined by protesters from the Indian Independence March and the Civil Rights March, respectively.
Appearance in the rap battle
This was the location where Gandhi and Martin Luther King, Jr. rapped during their second verses and Gandhi's third verse. At the start of their second verses, both Martin Luther King, Jr. and Gandhi entered their respective streets accompanied by their supporters and rapped against each other. At the end of the battle, King hugged Gandhi in the middle of the both streets and finished his verse, then Gandhi rapped his third verse, thus ending the battle.
- If this location is counted to be one location for both sides, it has the second-most characters in it, after the African Savanna