Posts Tagged ‘diss’

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You a comedian/ We don’t come to you for bars/ We straight/ On top of that you fake/ You signed to G Unit 10 years too late!

A sleeping giant has awakened. After Uncle Murda threw some shots on wax with his version of the “Rap Up” and then took it further with a disrespectful DM, Skillz has decided to unleash some lethal bars on “Murda Gram.” He breaks down the full origin of the beef while deconstructing Murda’s style and standing amongst the legacy of Brooklyn emcees (and goes on to name a bunch of past and present rappers better than him).

Uncle Murda has an uphill battle (no pun intended) with this one. He doesn’t have the high ground since he shamelessly bit the “Rap Up” concept, and there’s really not any dirt on Skillz out there. And Murda’s not witty enough to put together a diss like this and frankly, empty gun talk threats and adlibs ain’t gonna cut it.

Not even a week into the year and a body has already been caught…

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Cam’Ron Fires Back at Mase on “Dinner Time”

Posted: November 26, 2017 by Ismael AbduSalaam in Music News
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24 hours after Mase set the rap world on fire with “The Oracle,” Cam’Ron returns the favor with his Heatmakerz-produced diss “Dinner Time.”

Cam is known for his disrespect and continues that tradition in the opening bars.

I’m all for the jokes, bundle up, get your coat
But, I only go for the throat, I’ma chimney, I work the smoke
You done opened up a door, I’m petty, ready for war
I ain’t got a sister, only sister I fucked was yours

There are moments on the track where you get flashes of Cam’s vintage flow. However, the subpar mixing robs the lyrics of some of their potency, even when Cam goes in on Mase’s spiritual flip-flopping (Collection plate money in his pocket/ He’s a klepto/ And to get a dollar dollar/ He was sucking Creflo).

So far, most are giving round one to Mase. Listen and see if you agree.

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I let too much pass and I was gonna continue to let it pass but when somebody don’t stop—I had to just spank him one time.

It was really the point when Cam’ron said he had to kill me. I let a lot of things slide, but when you start getting to the body harm aspect of it, I can’t let that slide. That’s really all it’s about. – Mase

Beefing with friends who know where the bodies are buried is always a bad idea. The latest example came with the expected scorched earth diss track from Mase, who went for Cam’Ron’s jugular on “The Oracle.”

Longtime fans know Cam and Mase have been at odds for nearly 20 years, starting with a professional falling out when Mase declined to appear in the video for their “House & Carriage” collaboration. Since then, Cam has had no issues dissing his former friend on wax, starting with “Take Em to Church” and last week’s mixtape track “It’s Killa.” Over Jay Z’s “Blueprint 2,” Mase unleashes four minutes of fury sans a look. The lines come effortlessly and alternate between career and personal jabs at Cam’s alleged shady character.

And everybody seen the footage I got
Every since 10 you was a thirsty nigga
I ain’t gone talk about the time you fucked your sister
In 2002 you lost 50 pounds, ulcers in your liver
And now you tryna sell niggas liquor, NIGGA
You always play the sucker part
Where was all that Rico shit when you left Jim in Rucker Park?

The full breakdown, provided by Mase himself, is provided via Rap Genius. What makes the diss so potent is that instead of a slow build, we get hard-hitting lines out the gate (Imagine 20 years with a bitter bitch and the same drama/Dame told you do this shit and you don’t see Dame karma?) and stays on the level until the final bars (You’ll always be my bitch you got my fucking name tatted on you).

IG Live stories and jokes won’t cut it this time. Cam has to come back with some serious bars. He’s on the clock…

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UPDATE: Cam posted this snippet of his diss produced by The Heatmakerz

 

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You gotta love the irony when it comes to Blac Youngsta. Out on bail for allegedly shooting up Young Dolph’s truck at CIAA, the man starts off the track professing his innocence. Not even five seconds later, he’s threatening to kill Young Dolph with lines about “putting him on a t-shirt” and “shooting him in the face on a church day.” Don’t expect this beef to end anytime soon.

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Foxy Brown is not taking that Remy Ma’s stray shot lying down. The Brooklyn emcee is throwing down her name in the beef gauntlet by releasing a preview of her “Takeover” backed diss “Breaks Over.” After Remy’s brutal “ShEther,” many speculated on if a Nicki Minaj response could muster the same level of disrespect, naming getting personal about Remy’s recent miscarriage. Well, Foxy has no qualms about taking it there.

I’m a motherfuckin’ BK savage

And I heard about that bitch’s miscarriage

For those unaware, Remy and Foxy already have a combative history. We can be most assured that Fox will get a response.

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Talk about beating a dead horse. Instead of waiting to see if Nicki Minaj responds to Shether, Remy is staying on the offensive with the new diss “Another One.” She borrows Drake’s inflections for her flow and makes reference to Nicki shooting a video with Future and potentially ignoring this battle (the artwork itself comes from a recent Nicki IG post). Definitely not in “ShEther’s” realm as this follows the “Back to Back” template way too closely in trying to make a club diss record.

I guess “ShEther” was the KO and this is the victory lap. Are y’all riding with Remy or is this overkill?

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While we spent yesterday speculating if Nicki Minaj was throwing shots on “Make Love,” Remy Ma was in the booth cooking up this massively disrespectful diss entitled “ShEther.” Remy gets personal about alleged Nicki’s sexual history (Meek Mill, Ebro, Drake, Lil Wayne etc.), the ass modifications, and the biggest low blow regarding Nicki’s brother, who’s facing charges for alleged sexual molestation with an underage girl.

Don’t count Nicki out yet, but we know Remy is battle-hardened for long and drawn-out lyrical warfare. And unlike back when “Ether” dropped, we expect diss responses within a few days at most. Nicki, you threw the first clear shots and now you’re back on the clock.