All That You Be is the name of a song performed by Sam Marin and Childish Gambino, featuring MC Lyte, William Salyers, J.G. Quintel, and Tyler, The Creator. It is featured in the television show, Regular Show as a rap battle between Pops, The Demil-Ishun, Rigby, Blitz Comet, Mordecai, and Alpha-Dog, as a rap battle between them.
Sam Marin: Let's do this.
Beauty's in the center of all that you see. Simple, yet complex and fully textured. And beauty be in the center all that you be, for you are the best rhymers that I've ever heard.
MC Lyte: Why you talking 'bout beauty, man? Don't understand what that got to do with you, fool. You guys are like small hams in a can, super-bland, expiration date's overdue!
William Salyers: The canning of meat is quite a sweet treat, so thanks for comparing us so. Your words are inspiring, ideas so concrete, you really put on quite a show!.
Tyler, The Creator: Okay hold up, you wanna talk words and verbs, but your face is distracting, so ugly it bugs me. Take care of that mess and sweep it under the rug, please. So trust me, you're only taking matters from bad to worse, only solution is to turn around in reverse!.
J.G. Quintel: You give to us new perspective on things. Life looking different from where you stand true? So much to discover, so spread your wings, and take flight for a bird's eye view!.
Childish Gambino: Alright, this be getting serious, you guys are delirious, are you hearing this? Talking 'bout positive things, but you ain't got no game, and it's plain to see you're strange to me, 'cause we be shining like diamonds, ya'll be penny cash. Nice mustache, think he adores in wanting it back. In fact, what are you, a rat, a squirrel, some kinda fat meerkat who thinks he's rad? And look at that, your bird friend's barfing words absurd again, useless bits of rhyme that expose the nerd in him. And you think Alpha-Dog is gonna lie down and let you win? Your head be all inflated, I guess just like a giant blimp.
Sam Marin: It's been awhile since I felt this way, challenged by such worthy oponents, but you're missing a few components. You may say things that hurt, or some that will sting, but for you it's all but postering. So why don't you open up, and be true to some feelings. And there is nothing else you can say, so really, I've already won.
- When Sam Marin says that it's "been awhile since I felt this way, challenged by such worthy oponents" is a reference to the episode Really Real Wrestling of Regular Show, in which that is the last time his character, Pops, had been challenged.