Eminem nearly broke streaming records with his latest diss to his hip hop off sprng Machine Gun Kelly. However, as many times as it was played many agree that it doesn’t live up to the hype.
When you call yourself Rap God people expect nothing less than that & when you name your record killshot the target shouldn’t be in a position to respond, however nothing was exposed about MGK, he spent the song basically saying what we already knew. yes Marshall we know you have more money then Colson, yes we know you hav a bigger catalog, sold way more albums, so whats the kill shot, what makes us say yeah, its over for this guy? Fans chime in ill wait. It took the self proclaimed Rap God 1 entire week to release a record to tell us what Mgk has a man bun, that Kell dresses better, & wondering what type of cereal he eats. People are waiting on Mgk’s response, he has announced the release of a new album, hes trending & people think its debatable on who has the better diss. Mgk is no Goat, he is no legend, hes you proclaimed off spring, & you say you the rap god if you say they dead they better be dead in this case you missed, he’s as relavent as ever, and your Rap God status is being questioned.
Who do you think had a better round 1 Eminem or Mgk hit me on Instagram or tweet me @Whobeta & let me know for a follow back. Check out both diss records below.
J.Prince, Founder of legendary record label Rap A Lot records & 1 of the most feared men in hip hop was on Trl with Sway to discuss his new book The Art & Science of Respect, & deading the recent beef between Drake & Pusha T.
Sway brings up a not so funny prank phone call from 2006 with the daily shows Roy Wood Jr, that made him feel he was banned from Houston. Watch the clip below.
Young Dolph reminds us why Yo Gotti might want him dead, & tells the CMG boss he loss, referring to the shooting that left Dolph hospitalized for a few weeks in LA, on the new record “Drippy” audio below from the new album “Thinking Out Loud” released today 10/20 featuring Ty Dolla $ign, Gucci Mane, & more. Click here to stream the entire album. Gucci Mane, & more. Click here to stream the entire album.
Meek Mill who has just dropped his latest release “Wins & Losses” has added another enemy in Miami native & hip hop artist Stitches, who recently dropped the diss record “A Rapper Got Murdered” directed towards the Dream Chaser artist. The track, not as catchy a Back to Back, but no where near trash as Meek Mills response “I wanna Know.” Stitches made a few points, called Meek boss out, & brought up some of his own losses in the 4 minute audio. Check it out below, courtesy of WSHH.
By the way Stitches & other Miami artist are calling Meek Mill out after comments he made suggesting that hes the reason rappers in Miami wear Rolex watches, & take photos on boats.
Nobody ever did it bigger for the Ville then Buck/But I’m realer and I really don’t even give a fuck,” Starlito pays homage before things get disrespectful on new record “You Should Be Proud” as he touches several subjects from Young Buck smashing his bm, getting his Corvette repossessed, & accusing Young Buck of being homosexual. Check out the track below.
Young Dolph released the official video for the Yo Gotti diss record “Play With Yo Bitch,” which features a Yo Gotti look alike. In the diss record Dolph speaks on Gotti wanting to sign him, being sneak dissed by the self proclaimed “King Of Memphis,” & making claims that Yo Gotti was beefing with a female, calls Yo Gotti “Big Head,” plus more. The diss record released with mixed reviews Feb. 1st. Check out the video below.