Mount Rushmore is where Frederick Douglass and Winston Churchill briefly rapped in Frederick Douglass vs Thomas Jefferson and Theodore Roosevelt vs Winston Churchill, respectively. It is also where Thomas Jefferson made an appearance.
Information on the location
Mount Rushmore National Memorial is a sculpture carved into the granite surface of Mount Rushmore, a granite batholith formation in the Black Hills in Keystone, South Dakota. It includes the faces of the U.S. presidents George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Theodore Roosevelt, and Abraham Lincoln. Mount Rushmore has become an iconic symbol of the United States and is visited by two million people annually.
Appearance in the rap battle
This is where Frederick Douglass rapped the line, "Your stone face on Rushmore ain't nothing!", while he can be seen on top of Jefferson's carved head in the surface of the memorial. Thomas Jefferson also made an appearance here.
Mount Rushmore gives way to feature the hypothetical rock band Rushmore on a stage, with George Washington on lead guitar, Thomas Jefferson on drums, Theodore Roosevelt on bass, and Abe Lincoln as the lead singer, during Winston Churchill's lines, "They put your fat head on a mountain to save face, but if Rushmore was a band, then you'd play bass!"
- Every President carved on the mountain has rapped in an episode of Epic Rap Battles of History.
- It was referenced by Abe Lincoln in Abe Lincoln vs Chuck Norris, George Washington in George Washington vs William Wallace, Frederick Douglass in Frederick Douglass vs Thomas Jefferson, and Winston Churchill in Theodore Roosevelt vs Winston Churchill.
- Thomas Jefferson and Theodore Roosevelt are the only faces who don't reference the mountain themselves, instead it is referenced by their opponents, Douglass and Churchill, respectively.
- This is the eleventh location to be shared by all rappers during the battle.