Behind The Lyrics: Did Pusha T Diss Drake Once Again On “HGTV”?

Pusha T and Drake’s rivalry goes back a bit, stemming originally from Pusha’s beef with Lil Wayne that started a decade ago during the “Mr. Me Too” era. Push has never been shy about letting Drizzy know he’s got bars for him, but Drake has been careful to never reply. Push isn’t stopping, though, and fired off a few more subs on last week’s “HGTV.”

(Video) Meek Mill/Beanie Sigel/Omelly Studio Session Leaks Of Making Game Diss Track

Video footage has now surfaced of Meek Mill’s “OOUUU” remix studio session to diss the Game.

(Video) Boxing: Adrien Broner Releases Floyd Mayweather TMT Diss Track & Panda Remix “Slammer”

Aside from boxing, Adrien Broner loves to rap and released a new ummm interesting track.  He released a new song called “Slammer”; it’s a remix of Desiigner’s hit song “Panda” and is a diss track for TMT and Broner’s former big brother Floyd Mayweather.

(Audio) Neil deGrasse Tyson’s Nephew Fires Back At B.o.B In A Diss Track Over “Back To Back”

This whole situation is just getting out of hand. B.o.B has officially made his flat earth conspiracy theory a rap beef. In case you missed it, B.o.B was on Twitter trying to convince his followers that the earth was flat. After being corrected by respected astrophysicist and author Neil DeGrasse Tyson, the rapper dropped a diss track aimed at Tyson titled, “Flatline.” Everything would have been cool if that was the end of it, however Tyson’s nephew came to his uncle’s aide and dropped a diss record of his own. While he’s definitely not the greatest rapper, he gets his point across as he spits over Drake’s ‘Back to Back’ for the record he calls ‘Flat to Fact.’ Take a listen below.

C-Murder Apologizes For 2 Chainz Diss Track; Calls It A “Misunderstanding”

Last week, the incarcerated C-Murder put out a diss track toward 2 Chainz titled “2 Stainz,” as he was upset that 2 Chainz was running with the word “TRU,” which Murder says he started. 2 Chainz immediately reacted to the diss, but instead of being mad or even creating a record back, he was actually excited that a rapper he was once a huge fan of cared enough to acknowledge him. (Obviously he was being a bit trolly, but it was still a mature response nonetheless.) Perhaps seeing that his diss did nothing but make him look crazy, C-Murder has now changed his mind, and he’s calling the whole thing “a misunderstanding.” In a text sent to 2 Chainz via one of Murder’s associates, the beef was called off, and 2 Chainz is cool with it. “For y’all in my comments it’s all Good, communication is key,” 2 Chainz wrote with a screen shot of the text message on Instagram. “Most ppl don’t listen to understand they listen to reply …let’s Build that’s what it’s all about. Much Luv to C Murder.” Check out the text in the gallery.

(Video) Ja Rule Details His Top Diss Tracks Of All Time

In a recent interview with VladTV, Ja Rule broke down his favorite diss records of all time. He quickly rattled off some of hip-hops most well respected diss tracks like, Boogie Down Productions’ “The Bridge is Over,” Nas’ “Ether,” Tupac’s “Hit Em Up,” Biggie’s “Who Shot Ya” — and Jay Z’s “Takeover.” However the conversation got a little more interesting when Ja Rule named Drake’s “Back to Back” his “sixth man off the bench.” Check out what he had to say below.

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