Freddie Gibbs took to Twitter to call out Brooklyn rapper Uncle Murda for lyrics about him in his annual "Rap Up 2022."
In the "Rap Up 2021" drop, the Brooklyn veteran takes an ugly swipe at Lil Nas X, stating that the rapper would catch AIDS and die.
To be clear, Skillz is who originated and took ownership of the yearly rap up. That didn’t stop Uncle Murda from hijacking that concept a handful of years ago, and true to form the Brooklyn rapper’s latest “Rap Up 2019” seeks to offend as much as he does to remind you of the year’s shenanigans.
We are officially in the “back and forth, forth and back” stage of rap beef. Uncle Murda has delivered his response to Skillz’s diss track with “Why You Mad? (Mad Skillz Diss).”
Seems like that Skillz and Uncle Murda beef isn’t going to die down anytime soon. At least not on Skillz part.
They done brought the battle MC out of Skillz again. Specifically, it was Uncle Murda—that’s who catches slanderous bars in “Murda Gram.”
Once again, it’s that time of the year for Uncle Murda to hit y’all with his year-end recap. Taking the yearly duties from Skillz, Uncle Murda spent 9 minutes recollecting some of the year 2017’s stand out moments and controversial scandals such as that whole Bobby Valentine escort thing.
Uncle Murda is now rolling with G-Unit. Also, the East New York, Brooklyn rapper drops his own yearly recap with “Rap Up 2016.”
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What a day for music. From Chance The Rapper’s gospel-inspired Coloring Book to ScHoolboy Q’s new Kanye West-assisted single to Post Malone’s August 26 mixtape, the Internets have been spoiled with new material for their earholes.
Though aesthetically different, Queens, NY collective World’s Fair embody an energy quite similar in principle to Atlanta’s Two-9. It is only natural that the crews, noticing their similarities, would collaborate for our listening pleasure.
At this point in her career, everyone should know that K. Michelle is not to be trifled with. She can take it, dish it, flip it–however you want to go.
A pair of public defenders from the Bronx Defenders organization recently appeared in a cop-killing rap video featuring rappers Uncle Murda and Maino. The defenders have since resigned from their posts after an investigation by the city went public last week.