On December 27, 1999, a then 19-year-old Shyne saw his life altered and subsequently, ruined when he was the catalyst behind a New York club shooting that left a woman shot in the face and him serving a full eight years in Clinton Correctional Facility.
Shyne aka “The Real Larry Hoover” (his words) drops a video for “King Of NYS.” It’s not technically a response to Kendrick Lamar’s “Control” verse since it was part of the former Bad Boy rapper’s Gangland mixtape, which dropped last September.
Shyne is a vocal critic of President Obama and judging by his Twitter page, he has no plans of backing down. Earlier today, the Belizean rapper tweeted the commander in chief demanding that he help to stop the violence in Chicago. With a home and headquarters in the Midwest city, the president calls Chicago home, […]
Meek Mill is the latest rapper to engage in Twitter beef with Shyne. The discrepancy jump started on Sunday,= (January 6) when Shyne Po praised Cassidy’s 10 minute diss track “R.A.I.D.” via Twitter. Meek wasn’t very appreciative of the former Bad Boy rapper’s words, immediately deeming him a hater due to similar situations with Kendrick Lamar […]
A few weeks back, Shyne dropped a diss record aimed at Game called “Bury Judas.”
With Jesus Piece freshly on shelves, The Game let’s the world (at least those with Internet service) feast their ears on the album’s Best Buy bonus track, “Blood of Christ.” The Compton MC is noticeably aggressive here, coming out the gate with a chorus that proclaims “Compton’s my city. That muh’f**ka ain’t never pretty. Gave Pac life, […]
Seems like the tit for tat madness between Shyne and The Game is far from over, as the former releases a diss track titled “Bury Judas.” Shyne Po, who originally spit a portion of his slander bars a cappella in Paris, elongates the verse in an attempt to further defame Jayceon’s character.