drop the mic

drop the mic

1. To dramatically drop one's microphone (or, often, to mimic such a motion) after a particularly decisive or impressive performance, action, or statement. Did you see him drop the mic after that rap battle?
2. By extension, to perform a decisive or impressive action. Dude just dropped the mic with that dunk!
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He is also a partner in production company Fulwell 73, which makes The Late Late Show's spin-offs based on its most popular segments Carpool Karaoke and Drop The Mic, as well as a string of documentaries and scripted offerings.
He is also a partner in production company Fulwell 73, who make The Late Late Show's spin-offs based on the most popular segments, Carpool Karaoke and Drop The Mic, as well as a string of documentaries and scripted offerings.
The handler added: "I think I'll have to ask the owners, but I'm pretty sure I can drop the mic and say he's retired.
POP star Jason Derulo has roasted Liam Payne in a brutal rap battle on US show Drop The Mic.
There'll be music from Harry Styles and Kings of Leon, and a Drop the Mic battle rap with Jennifer Hudson.
Cara Delevingne raps on Drop the MIc with Dave Franco and James Cordon, "I've hooked up with hotter girls than both of you combined .
And of Drop the Mic, where Corden and a celebrity guest take it in turns to rip each other pieces, he jokes: "I would destroy him.
And, if everything comes together, one more chance to drop the mic.
The funnyman's new show, Drop The Mic, sees celebs going all Eminem in 8 Mile, as they're pitched against a rival in a showdown of trading insults over beats.