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

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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.

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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


Chris Brown, “Weakest Link”
Directed at Quavo


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


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


Remy Ma, “Shether”
Directed at Nicki Minaj


Cassidy, “Raid”
Directed at Meek Mill


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Mac Miller’s ‘I Love Life, Thank You’ Mixtape Arrives On Streaming Services

Mac Miller's 'I Love Life, Thank You' Mixtape Arrives On Streaming Services

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Mac Miller’s I Love Life, Thank You mixtape is now available on streaming services for the first time.

The project was reissued on Spotify, Apple Music, TIDAL and co. on Friday (July 22) as the late Pittsburgh rapper’s back catalog continues to make the jump from DatPiff to DSPs. His 2014 mixtape Faces debuted on streaming platforms last October.

Rostrum Records, the label where Mac first enjoyed success, celebrated the rerelease by hosting a listening session/fan Q&A on Reddit’s Hip Hop Heads community, marking the first time the platform has partnered with a record label to stream a record and engage with fans.

Originally released in October 2011, I Love Life, Thank You clocked in at 13 songs and included guest features from Talib Kweli, Bun B and Sir Michael Rocks, plus production from 9th Wonder, Clams Casino and Like from Pac Div.

Prior to the mixtape’s release, Mac Miller launched his Road 2 A Million Fans campaign in April 2011 as he looked to grow his Twitter following from 300,000 to one million. As he reached various checkpoints on the journey, Mac shared songs from the project as a token of gratitude to his growing fanbase.

Mac Miller went on to release his debut album Blue Slide Park less than a month later in November 2011. The Most Dope multi-hyphenate tragically passed away from an accidental drug overdose on September 7, 2018.

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Nick Cannon Releases ‘Raw & B’ Mixtape Featuring Rick Ross, Chris Brown & More

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The self-described Mr. N’Credible is back with a new project.

The 41-year-old San Diego native recruited several big names for Raw & B. The project features Rick Ross, Chris Brown, Brandy, Ty Dolla $ign, K. Michelle, 42 Dugg, Jacquees, Hitman Holla, and more.

“This is the gospel of my broken soul,” says Cannon about Raw & B. “This is as real as it gets.”

Previously, Nick Cannon dropped his self-titled album in 2003. That LP hosted the Top 40 hit “Gigolo” featuring R. Kelly. White People Party Music arrived in 2014.

In addition to being a recording artist, Cannon is also a television star. He hosts the singing competition show The Masked Singer as well as the improv game show Wild ‘n Out.

His TV experience also includes stints on programs like All That and Real Husbands of Hollywood. As an actor, Nick Cannon starred in films such as Drumline, Love Don’t Cost a Thing, Roll Bounce, and Chi-Raq.

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