Pitbull – Welcome To Dade County (Lil Wayne Diss)

It’s safe to say Lil Wayne made some enemies when he made his remarks about Miami over All Star Weekend. The latest Miami native to take offense to what he said is Mr. 305 himself, Pitbull. In the song, over Bauuer’s “Harlem Shake” beat (really?), Pitbull emphasizes the fact that…


Azealia Banks – No Problems

Long story short: rappers Azealia Banks and newcomer Angel Haze have been going at it on Twitter recently. Haze let loose her diss track “On The Edge” yesterday (listen here), so it’s only right that Ms. Banks comes back with her today. You can stream “No Problems” below. At least…


Meek Mill — Repo (Cassidy Diss)

Meek Mill finally returns Cassidy’s recent jabs with the Jahlil Beats-produced “Repo”. Let’s be honest. This probably isn’t as good as it should be, but to be fair, it probably shouldn’t exist at all considering both Meek and Cassidy’s respective places in the rap game.


Cassidy — Me, Myself & iPhone (Meek Mill Diss)

So this nonsense is still happening. Last night Cassidy let DJ Scram Jones debut a new Meek Mill diss entitled “Me, Myself, and iPhone”, in which Cass has some choice words for the MMG spitter. The song includes the lines, “I raised son, I was around when that clown couldn’t even…


Shyne – Bury Judas (The Game Diss)

I hope people realize Shyne and The Game were on a song together not even six months ago. It appeared on Game’s California Republic mixtape that featured a bunch of songs that didn’t make his R.E.D. Album. It was on a Neptunes beat, and on it, Game did the Shyne voice. He did…


Gucci Mane – Truth (Young Jeezy Diss) (Video)

In what appears to be a rather quick turnaround, Gucci Mane delivers a video for the Young Jeezy diss track “Truth” he just released late last night. To add a little context to the situation, earlier this week, Gucci appeared on The Breakfast Club and talked about the issues with…

Diggy Simmons Feat. Victoria Monet – Fall Down (J. Cole Diss)

Oh my, the beef is back on. The J. Cole and Diggy Simmons beef, that is. Last week, J. Cole made a surprise appearance at the North Carolina stop of BET’s Music Matters tour with Kendrick Lamar. During that time, Cole spit a verse acapella that included the lines “The…