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100 GREATEST DISS SONGS IN HIP HOP HISTORY: RANKED

100 GREATEST DISS SONGS IN HIP HOP HISTORY

Fresh off the conclusion of Hip Hop’s greatest battle, Drake vs. Kendrick Lamar, we proudly present our prized picks of many of Hip Hop’s finest moments in the spirit of competition.

Source: HipHopDX

100. Big Sean feat. Kendrick Lamar & Jay Electronica “Control” (2013)

99. The Game “Buddens” (2004)

98. Lil Kim “Black Friday” (2010)

97. Jaz “Ova” (2002)

96. 50 Cent “Be a Gentleman” (2000)

95. Cam’ron “You Gotta Love It” (2006)

94. Pastor Troy “No Mo Play in GA” (1999)

93. Jeezy “24, 23” (2009)

92. Rick Ross “Mafia Music” (2009)

91. Mobb Deep feat. Lil Kim “Quiet Storm (Remix)” (1999)

90. Drake “Charged Up” (2015)

89. Tragedy Khadafi “Blood Type” (1998)

88. Del The Funky Homosapien “Pissin’ On Your Steps” (1991)

87. Mack 10 feat. Ice Cube & WC “Westside Slaughterhouse” (1995)

86. DJ Pooh feat. Kam “Whoop Whoop” (1997)

85. Capone-N-Noreaga feat. Mobb Deep & Tragedy Khadafi “LA, LA” (1997)

84. 50 Cent feat. Tony Yayo “I Run New York” (2005)

83. Jadakiss & Styles P “Problem Child” (2005)

82. 50 Cent “Not Rich Still Lying” (2006)

81. Capone-N-Noreaga feat. Foxy Brown “Bang Bang” (2000)

80. Roxanne Shanté “Bite This” (1985)

79. Kool Moe Dee “How Ya Like Me Now” (1987)

78. Foolio “When I See You” (2021)

77. Spinabenz “Who I Smoke” (2021)

76. Young Dolph “Play Wit Yo’ Bitch” (2017)

75. Cam’ron “Curtis” (2007)

74. JAY-Z feat. Freeway, Geda K, Young Gunz & Memphis Bleek “I Get High (Freestyle)” (2002)

73. Jeru The Damaja “One Day” (1996)

72. Raekwon feat. Ghostface Killah “Shark N-ggas (Biters)” (1995)

71. Nas “Stillmatic (Freestyle)” (2001)

70. Lil B “T-Shirts & Buddens” (2010)

69. Joe Budden “Big Shot” (2004)

68. Prodigy “When You See Me” aka “Hail Mary (Freestyle)” (2001)

67. Tha Dogg Pound feat. Snoop Dogg & Jewell “What Would You Do” (1996)

66. Eminem feat. Dr. Dre “Say What You Say” (2002)

65. Machine Gun Kelly “Rap Devil” (2018)

64. Cam’ron “Dear Stan” (2004)

63. Beanie Sigel “Average Cat” (2009)

62. 50 Cent “Life’s On the Line” (1999)

61. Rick Ross “Champagne Moments” (2024)

60. Three Six Mafia “Live By Yo Rep” (1995)

59. U.N.L.V. “Drag ‘Em ‘N’ Tha River” (1996)

58. Tim Dog “Fuck Compton” (1991)

57. Kurupt “Callin Out Names” (1999)

56. Eminem feat. 50 Cent & Busta Rhymes “Hail Mary” (2003)

55. Ma$e “The Oracle” (2017)

54. Cam’ron & Jim Jones “Hate Me Now (Freestyle)” (2002)

53. Meek Mill “War Pain” (2016)

52. Pusha T “Infrared” (2018)

51. Drake “Duppy Freestyle” (2018)

50. J. Cole “False Prophets” (2016)

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The Most Disrespectful Hip-Hop Song and Mixtape Cover Art Ever

The Most Disrespectful Hip-Hop Song and Mixtape Cover Art Ever Read More: The Most Disrespectful Hip-Hop Song and Mixtape Cover Art Ever

If a picture is worth 1,000 words then well-constructed diss track cover art has to be worth at least 1 million laughs. With the track comes the opportunity to double-tap an opponent by doubling down with the cover art.

Source: XXLMag

In years past, several rappers have used mixtape and song covers to additionally besmirch a foe. In 1993, Eazy-E released the EP It’s On (Dr. Dre) 187um Killa. The alternate cover for the offering features a Dr. Dre obituary. In the early 2000s, G-Unit released dozens of mixtapes and used cover art to clown their enemies on multiple occasions. One of the most notable is the artwork for G-Unit Radio Part 21: Hate It or Love It, on which they plastered a pic of The Game wearing a thong on the cover.

Recently, rappers’ diss track artwork game has gotten even more creative. In April of 2024, Rick Ross released his Drake diss song, “Champagne Moments.” On the track, Rozay attacks Drake’s mixed race by continuously calling him a White boy. The Miami rapper doubled down with the artwork for the song, using a photo of a White man who resembles The Boy.

Drake’s “Push Ups” diss song aimed at Kendrick Lamar, Rick Ross, Metro Boomin, Future and The Weeknd was also released in April of 2024. On the track, Drizzy jokes about K-Dot’s shoe size. For the cover art, Drake simply used a tag for a size 7 shoe. Chris Brown and Quavo’s raging beef the same month featured multiple diss tracks. Both artists upped the ante by also dissing each other on their songs’ covers.

Which artwork is the most disrespectful?

Rick Ross Champagne Moments

Rick Ross, “Champagne Moments”
Directed at Drake

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Chris Brown, “Weakest Link”
Directed at Quavo

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Quavo, “Over Hoes and B***hes”
Directed at Chris Brown

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G-Unit, Hate it or Love It
Directed at The Game

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Remy Ma, “Shether”
Directed at Nicki Minaj

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Cassidy, “Raid”
Directed at Meek Mill

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DRAKE, PHARRELL, PUSHA T & THE WEEKND TAPPED FOR OFFICIAL TOPSPIN 2K25 SOUNDTRACK

DRAKE, PHARRELL, PUSHA T & THE WEEKND TAPPED FOR OFFICIAL TOPSPIN 2K25 SOUNDTRACK

Drake, Pharrell, Pusha T and The Weekend are set to be featured on the official TopSpin 2K25 Soundtrack.

Source: HipHopDX

Drake’s 2022 Honestly, Nevermind hit “Massive” will be included, as will Pharrell’s 2022 song with Calvin Harris, Justin Timberlake and Halsey, “Stay With Me.”

Elsewhere, the Chad Hugo remix of Phoenix’s “All Eyes On Me” with BENEE and Pusha T will be featured, as will “Like A Moth To A Flame” from Swedish House Mafia and The Weeknd.

2K Sports also revealed the full game roster that includes tennis legends from a number of different eras, including Roger Federer, Serena Williams, Carlos Alcaraz, Iga Świątek, Francis Tiafoe, Andre Agassi, Steffi Graff and more.

This isn’t Drake’s only foray into digital technology.

Earlier this week, he put more pressure on Kendrick Lamar with a second diss track within the span of a week, and the follow-up included some technological assistance.

Less than a week after “Push Ups” leaked online, the Canadian superstar amped up his feud with K.Dot with a new joint. Whereas the authenticity of his first counterattack was under speculation for a while, “Taylor Made Freestyle” openly embraced artificial intelligence with features from the computer-generated voices of 2Pac and Snoop Dogg to convey perspectives in addition to Drizzy’s — using lyrics that Drake wrote.

Read more at https://hiphopdx.com/news/drake-pharrell-pusha-t-weeknd-topspin-2k25-soundtrack

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Bryson Tiller’s Self-Titled Album Is Finally Here: Stream It Now

Bryson Tiller’s Self-Titled Album Is Finally Here: Stream It Now

His eponymous fourth studio album arrives four years after Anniversary, which marked the fifth anniversary of his debut album Trapsoul.

Source: Billboard

The wait is over — Bryson Tiller released his self-titled album on Friday (April 5) via RCA Records.

“My main goal with this album is for the masses to hear everything I’m capable of doing,” Tiller told Billboard in a recent interview. “So they give me a chance and stick around as fans. My main goal is that everybody hears it and my guarantee is that you’ll love at least one song from this album. I can guarantee that.”

The 19-track project includes collaborations with Victoria Monét on “Persuasion” and Clara La San on “Random Access Memory [RAM]” as well as previous singles “Outside,” “Calypso” and “Whatever She Wants.” The lattermost single scored Tiller his first Billboard Hot 100 top 20 single as a lead artist since his 2015 breakthrough debut single “Don’t,” and “Whatever She Wants” also reached No. 8 on Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs.

But he said “Calypso” is the “most story-driven song” out of his three previously released singles. “It is just a movie, top-to-bottom. It’s about a guy going to the club and looking at the guest list and realizing his name is on there next to a girl he used to date. He never forgot her name because she wore her name on her necklace,” Tiller explains. “They get inside the club and it’s empty. Maybe it’s not empty and it’s a vibe, but it reminds them of a time in the club when it was packed. That song comes on, ‘Just like magic they playing our song.’ It’s just like, ‘We gotta get one last dance in.’ The guy’s hoping he can go home with her that night, but it doesn’t end up that way.”

His eponymous fourth studio album arrives four years after Anniversary, which marked the fifth anniversary of his debut album Trapsoul. Anniversary included the Drake-assisted “Outta Time” and “Still Yours,” featuring Big Sean, on the deluxe edition. The 10-song set peaked at No. 5 on the Billboard 200 and No. 4 on Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums.

Listen to Bryson Tiller below.

Source: https://www.billboard.com/music/rb-hip-hop/bryson-tiller-self-titled-album-listen-1235649282/

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Beyoncé’s ‘Cowboy Carter’: All 27 Tracks Ranked – Remixes Coming Soon!

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If you haven’t already, it’s officially time to trade in your silver and chrome outfits for chaps, lassos and rustic cowboy hats. On Friday (March 29), Beyoncé finally shared her highly anticipated Cowboy Carter album with the world.

Source: Billboard

Born out of “an experience that [she] had years ago where [she] did not feel welcomed,” Beyoncé’s latest record is a jaw-dropping ode to the breadth of regional and musical subcultures of the American South. From a fierce reimagining of Dolly Parton‘s classic “Jolene” to mind-blowing hybrids of country and house (“Riiverdance”), somehow, Cowboy Carter finds Beyoncé more experimental and more fearless than ever before.

Although the road to Cowboy Carter began with Queen Bey’s upbringing in Houston, TX and reached an inflection point during the 2016 CMA Awards, the Grammy winner formally kicked off the album campaign during the 2024 Super Bowl with the dual release of “16 Carriages” and “Texas Hold ‘Em.” The former provided a gorgeous preview of the LP’s slower, more introspective moments, while the latter etched its name in the Billboard history books almost immediately. With “Texas Hold ‘Em,” Beyoncé became both the first Black woman to top Hot Country Songs and the first Black woman to send a country song to the top of the Billboard Hot 100. Moreover, other Black women in country — including Reyna Roberts, Linda Martell and Tanner Adell — experienced streaming boosts thanks to “Texas.”

Both Martell and Adell appear on Cowboy Carter, alongside a star-studded list of collaborators that includes Miley Cyrus. Parton, Willie Nelson, Post Malone, Shaboozey, Willie Jones, The-Dream, Raphael Saadiq, Pharrell Williams and more. Presented as both the official follow-up to and “a continuation of” her Grammy-winning Billboard 200-topping Renaissance album, Cowboy Carter is just the latest in a decade-long string of projects that prove that Beyoncé is one of the all-time greats.

From the rousing “II Hands II Heaven” to the shape-shifting “Sweet ★ Honey ★ Buckiin,” here are all 27 tracks on Cowboy Carter ranked.

Click here for the full Ranking: https://www.billboard.com/lists/beyonce-cowboy-carter-all-27-tracks-ranked-texas-hold-em

Cowboy Carter track list:

  1. “Ameriican Requiem”
  2. “Blackbiird,” featuring Tanner Adell, Brittney Spencer, Tiera Kennedy and Reyna Roberts
  3. “16 Carriages”
  4. “Protector,” featuring Rumi Carter
  5. “My Rose”
  6. “Smoke Hour,” interlude featuring Willie Nelson
  7. “Texas Hold ‘Em”
  8. “Bodyguard”
  9. “Dolly P,” interlude featuring Dolly Parton
  10. “Jolene”
  11. “Daughter”
  12. “Spaghettii,” featuring Shaboozey and Linda Martell
  13. “Alliigator Tears”
  14. “Smoke Hour II,” interlude featuring Willie Nelson
  15. “Just for Fun,” featuring Willie Jones
  16. “II Most Wanted,” featuring Miley Cyrus
  17. “Levii’s Jeans,” featuring Post Malone
  18. “Flamenco”
  19. “The Linda Martell Show,” interlude featuring Linda Martell
  20. “Ya Ya”
  21. “Oh Louisiana”
  22. “Desert Eagle”
  23. “Riiverdance”
  24. “II Hands II Heaven”
  25. “Tyrant”
  26. “Sweet Honey Buckin’,” featuring Shaboozey
  27. “Amen”
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Kanye West Brings His Old Manager Back On Board & Scores First No. 1 Hit In Years

Kanye West and Ty Dolla $ign’s “Carnival,” which appeared on their “Vultures 1” album, reached No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100.

Kanye West and Ty Dolla $ign’s “Carnival,” which appeared on their “Vultures 1” album, reached No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100.

Source: AllHipHop

Kanye West looked to the past as he plotted a tour for his Vultures album trilogy. According to Billboard, Ye rehired his former manager John Monopoly.

Monopoly returned to the managerial role more than a decade after parting ways with Ye. The move gave Kanye a manager for the first time since 2018.

Kanye reunited with Monopoly amid efforts to arrange a world tour. Live Nation and AEG reportedly will not be involved in Kanye’s tour despite the success of his Vultures album listening parties. Ye remained a toxic figure in the music industry due to his antisemitism and other offensive remarks, which led to multiple brands cutting ties with him.

Controversy did not stop Kanye’s loyal fans from supporting him. Ye and Ty Dolla $ign’s single “Carnival” made it to No. 1 on the latest Hot 100 chart. The track became Kanye’s first No. 1 song in more than 12 years.

Ye last reached the top of the Hot 100 with his Katy Perry collaboration “E.T.” in 2011. “Carnival” marked the fifth No. 1 song of his career. His other No. 1 hits were “Stronger,” “Gold Digger” and Twista’s “Slow Jamz.”

Read more at https://allhiphop.com/news/kanye-west-brings-his-old-manager-back-on-board-scores-first-no-1-hit-in-years/

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Top 10 Remix Chart for September 2023

EnjoyTheBEATZ.com Remix Club Top 10 List

Top 10 Remix Chart for September 2023

EnjoyTheBEATZ.com Top 10 Remix Chart (based on sales)
September 2023

Excludes free remixes.

10. Lionel Richie – You Are remix
9. The Doobie Brothers – What A Fool Believes remix
8. Slick Rick – Children’s Story remix
7. King Harvest – Dancing In The Moonlight remix
6. Sniff N The Tears – Driver’s Seat remix
5. Toto – Hold The Line remix
4. Doja Cat – Paint The Town Red remix
3. The Beatles – I Saw Her Standing There remix
2. Paul Russell vs The Emotions – Lil Boo Thang remix

1. Saweetie, YG & Tyga – Birthday remix

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Jack Harlow Playlist – The Remixes

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