rap beef

The podcast game continues to unveil some unknown gems regarding some of the biggest moments in Hip-Hop history. This time we get further context on why two Rap titans were at odds.

As much as Hip-Hop fans thrive on beef it is always good to see artists peace it out. Common recently explained how he and Drake manned up after their brief sparring match.

Despite taking a loss, Drake’s newest album continues to perform well. Fans are now pointing to the closing song, “March 14” as his unofficial response to Pusha T.

Another podcast war is heating up and the gloves are off. Joe Budden made it clear he wants all the smoke with Peter Rosenberg.

If there is someone who knows a thing about Rap beef it is Diddy. The mega mogul thinks the 6 God took a loss in the recent back and forth with G.O.O.D. Music.

After Troy Ave crassly mocked the suicide of Pro Era member Capital Steez in a diss record, Joey Bada$$ responded today (March 2) by digging up old tweets. The missives from as far back as 2009 find Troy Ave dissing NYC rap legend Nas, calling God’s Son a weirdo, among other jabs. 

The Internets work at a quick pace. As the smoke clears in the aftermath of Diddy reportedly laying hands on Drake outside of Miami’s LIV nightclub, laughs ensue courtesy of the corresponding memes.

The on-going conflict between Israeli and Palestine has caused unrest to citizens in both countries, but according to Russell Simmons the situation is just like “rap beef.” The Hip-Hop philanthropist traveled to Israel to encourage on cross-faith dialogue between, and says that ending the longstanding feud can be achieved by talking things out.

“You ever heard of the song “Pimp Slap” where I went after Suge Knight?  If I got issues, I go after a n*gga’s mother**kin head.” Perception is everything and is the sole factor as to how people are viewed in life.  Whether in the work place or just out and about, the way a person […]