Don’t call it a comeback they’ve been here for years! LL Cool J Squashes LEGENDARY Rap Feud With Canibus. The two reunite on stage after a 17 year dispute. LL Cool J and Canibus were friends In the beginning .In fact, Canibus was a feature on LL Cool J’s song “4,3,2,1.” However, there was a dispute about one of Canibus’s bars, which LL Cool J thought was disrespectful. He told Canibus to take off the verse which he did. Eventually, a leaked version which contained a Canibus diss was circulating and the two carried on their feud in other songs including “Second Round K.O”,“The Ripper Strikes Back” ,“Back Where I Belong,” and “Rip the Jacker.” Check out their performance below
Over the weekend there was an epic battle taking place(or not). Cassidy and Dizaster were set to go bar for bar. Technical diffucluties and other distractions led to the battle being cancelled. Both rappers did agree to do it all over again the next day. Check out both battles below. The Rough Draft The Rematch
Its Bizkit rounds up Long Island’s hottest upcoming artist for this cipher called “Long Island Vs. Everybody. The cipher includes Da the future, Mod, Dro hef, Da don vet, Reek da Villian and Mike Baggz. Watch below.
The battle rap fans were waiting to have a field day with this one. Cassidy finally found himself on foreign turf after months of interviews and preparation he went up against Dizaster. It isn’t hard to see that Cassidy struggle with his first round, and Dizaster claimed that Cassidy’s crew was preventing him from spitting. The battle lasted nearly one round before the lights were shut off in the building and fans were asked to leave. Both battlers have publicly blamed one another for the mishaps, which included fans and entourage members heckling the MCs. You be the judge. Who won? Check out fan reactions and the video footage after the jump!
Battle rapper Daylyt is out here bugging b! Literally buggin’ out. After hearing Boo’s from the crowd he let the audience know, “If I hear two more boos, I’ma boo boo on stage.” Then he actually tried to do the act! Watch below.
With battle rap beaching bigger in Hip-Hop culture by the second, more and more artists are becoming involved. In a recent sit down with JonJohnTV in this short clip, JadaKiss, Sheek Louch & Pinero state they’ll battle anyone, signed or unsigned, as long as it is for the right price. Demading anywhere from $500,000 to $700,000. Watch the interview after the jump.
In an exclusive sit-down with Philly Rapper Cassidy, VLADTv explored why he does not want to battle Daylyt. Cassidy made it very clear that he’s not fond of him and said “I Don’t Want to Battle a Gay Ni**a.” Daylyt has been in the publics eye a lot lately for saying some controversial things. Daylyts most recent stunts included stripping to his boxers at the Total Slaughter rap event where he was beaten by T-Rex, and admitting in a previous VladTV interview that he “would F*CK Diddy..” It is unclear whether or not Daylyt is doing this for attention, but Cassidy is totally unflattered. Catch the whole interview after the jump.
Last night Murda Mook took to Instagram and Twitter to reveal that Drake has challenged him to a battle. He posted a picture face to face with the OVO rapper and captioned the picture “So this is @champagnepapi telling me he wants to battle me. And he is actually serious! Who got the check?,” and now social media is amped and waiting to see how this will play out. Mook also says that Fab also said he would like to get into the ring, but he “would need some conditioning first,” and Mook says he respects that. It is too early to tell when or if this will actually happen, but we can hope.
Snoop Dogg seems to be ready to jump in the Battle Rap business. he took to his instagram to let the battle rappers and world know that he has plans on doing something for the BET Hip Hop Awards. Watch what Snoop had to say below.
Cassidy Vs. Freeway is arguably one of the best moments in Hip Hop. “Some people like Hip Hop for flows. Some people like Hip Hop for beats. I mean, I like that part too, but what overrules all that is lyrics, bars,” said Cass. “That’s what I like more than anything. And I feel as though it ain’t enough of that. When I was younger I used to hear niggas saying shit that I had to rewind or lines that I’m like ‘Damn, that shit crazy.’ That it’ll work your mind and make you think. I don’t hear that like a lot now.” Check out what else Cass had to say about the unforgettable battle and which great MC actually set up Cassidy vs. Freeway after the jump.