What Diss Tracks ?? Drake Brings Eminem On Stage In His Hometown Of Detroit posted by on August 17, 2016

How they feel about you where ya from? #SHADY

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Honors, Honors and More Hip-Hop Honors…

Over recent weeks there’s been numerous rumors that Drake and Eminem were going to go at it on respective Diss Tracks… A beef understood to have sparked from this Joe Budden stuff.

Well all that has been laid to rest as Drake brought Eminem out on his Summer Sixteen Tour stop in Detroit… to spit his verse for the song “Forever”.

Yes, the crowd went wild.  2 Juggernauts in this game… showing that the Love for Hip-Hop is the ultimate respect


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Lil’ Wayne Calls Out Pusha T’s Exodus 23:1 posted by on May 24, 2012

It's On

Lil Wayne gave Pusha T a piece of his mind on twitter just moments ago, in response to Pusha T’s Exodus 23:1 Track.

Wayne took to his twitter with the words : “Fuk Pusha T and anybody that love em”

Terrence “Pusha T” Thornton, best known for his half of the brother duo “The Clipse”, had a track which came out last year called “Don’t Fu@k With Me”, which he denied also targeted Drake and Lil Wayne, along with J. Cole.

Twitter Beefin in Hip-Hop is the New Diss Track.  Let’s See What Happens With This BOA Sized Beef.

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Biggie Biggie Biggie, Can’t You See… We Didn’t Want This To Be An Anniversary posted by on March 9, 2012

Celebrate The Life... Regret And Mourn The Loss

Today Marks the 15 Year Anniversary of when Christopher Wallace, A.K.A. The Notorious B.I.G. A.K.A. Biggie Smalls was gunned down in front of the Petersen Automotive Museum off Fairfax and Wilshire in Los Angeles.

Wallace was attending the Vibe Magazine Soul Train Music Awards After-Party on Saturday Night, March 9th, 1997 when he was gunned down by an unknown assailant, who drove off into the night…. putting an end to the East Coast / West Coast Beef that culminated in the most tragic losses in Hip-Hop History… including Tupac’s Murder in Las Vegas after a Mike Tyson fight at the MGM Grand on September 7th, 1996.

And just as Dexter Isaac wrote a letter from jail admitting his responsibility for shooting Tupac at the Times Square Studios in 1994 on the 15 year anniversary of his death… Today, Retired Los Angeles Police Detective, Greg Kading announced that he knows who pulled the trigger in Biggie’s murder… The man in question is also deceased, dying from gunshot wounds.

For the sake of my safety, considering everybody knows my whereabouts at all times… I will not go any further into these claims and allegations.. you can search them all out yourself as many other sites have posted this information.

In the end, no amount of murder or case solving, or evidence or finger pointing will ever bring back our 2 Greatest Hip-Hop Artists of All Time, Tupac Shakur and Christopher Wallace.

In the end, our lesson to take from this is the fact that life is precious… and each individual and unique life happens only once, and once it is gone, it is gone for good.

R.I.P. B.I.G.

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Hip-Hop Takes Their Post Grammy Beef To The BH Streets posted by on February 13, 2012