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Title: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside*
Post by: RAIDErs of the lost ark on August 30, 2007, 11:27:14 AM
Tim Dog

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Tim Dog  :scarface:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tim_Dog
Tim Dog :scarface: (real name Timothy Blair, born January 1, 1967) is an American rapper from the Bronx, New York who rose to prominence during the early '90s with his debut LP Penicillin on Wax and the hit record "Fuck Compton". Tim had already appeared on songs with the Ultramagnetic MCs and went on to form a duo, Ultra, with member Kool Keith.

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Fuck Compton
(http://www.thebreaksandbeats.com/tdogi.JPEG)
http://www.youtube.com/v/7P4kz_P3hyU
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AUoGFU7VnMM
Fuck Compton MP3 Prop TeleTomble for the hook up.
http://www.zshare.net/audio/3400874b948f81/
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During the early 1990s, seminal rap group N.W.A and several other West Coast rap artists were becoming popular within the hip hop community and magazines such as Rap Masters, Word Up and The Source provided significant coverage to artists from Los Angeles. The success of N.W.A and their focus on the South Central L.A. suburb of Compton via their platinum album Straight Outta Compton had spawned a number of imitators and other groups who also claimed to represent the suburb. The success of artists such as Compton's Most Wanted and DJ Quik led to a period in hip hop where so-called "gangsta rap" and its trademark dress of black Oakland Raiders and Los Angeles Kings gear were de rigueur.
Some New York hip hop artists resented the exposure and success of their West Coast counterparts, an animosity which
Tim Dog :scarface: would tap into via the release of his groundbreaking first single. Frustrated at the apparent lack of interest in East Coast artists from record companies, Tim :scarface: recorded "Fuck Compton", a scathing diss track from his debut album Penicillin On Wax. "Fuck Compton" attacked the city's style of dress such as wearing red and blue with everything. and musical output and made threatening gestures to several Compton rappers including Eazy-E, DJ Quik, MC Ren, Dr. Dre and Michel'le:
The lyrics also made reference to an infamous incident involving N.W.A's Dr Dre and host of "Pump It Up" Dee Barnes. Barnes had accused Dr Dre (real name Andre Young) of assaulting her after "Pump It Up" had edited an N.W.A interview to include disparaging comments made by Ice Cube, whom was embroiled in a feud with his former group at the time:“   Dre, beating on Dee from Pump It Up? Step to the Dog and get fucked up!   ”
The single was released by Ruffhouse Records, home to other artists such as Cypress Hill and Kriss Kross, and became a worldwide underground hit in the clubs and hip hop circles. Two versions of a music video were released - the original version and a censored edit.

Penicillin On Wax
(http://content.answers.com/main/content/wp/en/thumb/5/51/220px-TimDogPenicillinOnWaxCover.jpeg)
The intro used the same beat as N.W.A's "efil4zaggin" album intro. Tim :scarface: taunted "I stole your beat and made it better, to show the whole world that you aint nothing but a bunch of pussies" before a number of disparaging answering machine messages supported Tim's :scarface: position. Tim :scarface: rapped: "Wearing all that black, driving them cars, but you still look wack!"
A skit called "DJ Quik Beat Down" was a forty second audio snippet of Tim Dog :scarface: physically assaulting DJ Quik.
The track "Step To Me" taunted Compton rappers and included the line "Dj Quik he can suck my dick".
(http://content.answers.com/main/content/wp/en/thumb/5/51/220px-TimDogPenicillinOnWaxCover.jpeg)
http://www.youtube.com/v/OzF_NlXYZFI
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2wH8PwhUAlI
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"Michel'le Conversation" was a skit where a Michel'le sound-a-like called Tim Dog :scarface: to complain about Tim's  :scarface: Compton diss, but then ended up admitting she was "tired of him (Dre) beating down on me" and for Tim to :scarface: "Call me when you're in town".
The track "Goin Wile in the Penile" included an intro whereby Tim :scarface: had recently been released from prison for shooting a "Compton kid".
The track "You Ain't !@#% was a diss track for all the "Happy Rappers", regardless of where they was from. Among those dissed: Kid-n-Play, Kwame, and Young M.C. It contained the sample,"Pick up the Pieces".
The lyrical insults were arguably the opening salvo in what would later become the East Coast versus West Coast hip hop conflict which would ultimately lead to the "beef" between Bad Boy Records and Death Row Records.
Tim Dog :scarface: also despised Eazy E West coast rapper.Tim had said that Eazy E was nothing but a nigger midget who couldn't even rap well.

Interestingly, the album contained a shout-out to Tupac Shakur whom Tim thanked for assisting him when involved in a potentially violent situation when touring in California.

Ironically, Tim Dog :scarface: and Ultra partner now live in L.A and work with Bay Area producer "Kutmasta Kurt". Tim :scarface: acknowledged the effect his track "Fuck Comtpon" had on the hip hop industry and the development of the East Coast / West Coast beef. He explained in a recent interview that he never thought the song "would blow up the way it did".
He states that the record was released in frustration of not being signed by record company A&R executives whom only wanted to sign Compton rappers. The final straw came when one particular exec asked him to grow a Jheri curl.

Tim Dog :scarface: embarked on several tours during 2004 and 2006 including Europe, U.K and Australia to promote his new album "BX Warrior". While he is no longer hostile towards the state of California, the single "Original Dog" does not shy away from controversy, and Tim :scarface: confirms that his beef with Snoop Dogg is far from over:
Tim Dog :scarface: - Bitch With A Perm (Snoop Dogg Diss)
http://www.youtube.com/v/7K6viA-uP6g
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7K6viA-uP6g
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Resume
http://www.discogs.com/artist/Tim+Dog

(http://i5.photobucket.com/albums/y165/OutlawC/l_688b549a13ceee27a6bd967d16f44a39.jpg)
Tim Dog Source Magazine diss (http://www.thesefiles.com/link/ff6ec834/21510)  :laugh: :laugh:

1994_Tim Dog - Bitch With A Perm 12'' Snoop diss
(http://bp3.blogger.com/_C1OTF9wuIwI/R1MvpwYHg9I/AAAAAAAAADI/qdogl9l1egw/s400/1994_Tim+Dog+-+Bitch+With+A+Perm+%5BRemix%5D.jpeg)
http://www.mediafire.com/?dwdzwmmvenf

Tim Dog interview 1 Hip Hop Connection
(http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2112/2096109544_661df6443c_b.jpg)
(http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2082/2095338269_6b0fc3a4a5_b.jpg)
(http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2159/2096134796_a6bd934e13_b.jpg)

Tim Dog interview in The Bomb magazine from San Fransisco,september 93,Issue 22.
some hilarious shit in here,like a boxing match Dr.Dre flaked from.
Tim Dog thinks The Chronic is dope.  :laugh:
Read on and laugh.....

(http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2023/1833289909_8c0598134b_b.jpg)

Tim Dog interview in The Source July 1993,# 46,Cypress Hill cover
(http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2088/1902623141_15b67d4e22_b.jpg)


CMW,Quik and Tweedy Bird dissing Tim Dog;

CMW; Music to Driveby
(http://ec1.images-amazon.com/images/I/51UNq6SkwuL.jpg)
10 Who's Xxxxing Who_.m4a Tim Dog diss
http://www.mediafire.com/?22oxdylem32
http://www.youtube.com/v/6tqQQ89JuyU

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Compton's Most Wanted
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Compton's_Most_Wanted

Compton's Most Wanted are a gangsta rap group still performing today on independent labels. Their first three albums (It's a Compton Thang, Straight Checkn 'Em and Music to Drive-By) were produced by DJ Slip and The Unknown DJ, who produced both electro funk tracks as well as Ice T's classic gangster rap "6 N The Morning". Despite producing many tracks, Unknown DJ was never an official member of Compton's Most Wanted. MC Chill was an original member of C.M.W at the time of their first album It's a Compton Thang, but was sentenced to prison in 1991 (Before Straight Checkn 'Em was released) and released in 1994. During his time in prison he missed C.M.W's two most popular albums, Straight Checkn 'Em and Music To Driveby, which included popular songs Hood Took Me Under, Def Wish and Straight Up Menace. After 3 years behind bars MC Chill didn't have chance to return to C.M.W as the group had broken up following the Music To Driveby album, so Chill started featuring in MC Ren and MC Eiht solo albums. In 2000, the group joined forces again and released "Represent". C.M.W are known especially for their slow, often melancholic raps, using samples from seventies soul and funk records such as "Joy" by Isaac Hayes. Such hit songs as "It Was a Good Day" (Ice Cube), "Warning" (The Notorious B.I.G.), and "Sugar Hill" (AZ) make use of samples first used by C.M.W. Currently, MC Eiht is pursuing his solo career, while DJ Slip is mainly working for the new west coast rap label IV Life Records [1] Additionally, C.M.W. are set for a reunion which will feature on DJ Slip's next album "The Minority Report".






DJ Quik; Way 2 Fonky
(http://image.com.com/mp3/images/cover/200/drd900/d941/d94194jf4r5.jpg)
03 Way 2 Fonky.m4a Tim Dog :scarface: diss
http://www.mediafire.com/?cpyx1y2zbtm


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Way 2 Fonky
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Way_2_Fonky

Way 2 Fonky is the second album of rapper/producer DJ Quik. It was released in 1992 on Profile Records.
The album peaked at number 20 on the Billboard 200 music chart on August 08, 1992.
It was certified gold by the RIAA on October 9, 1992.
The album features 2 singles, the title track of the album and "Jus Lyke Compton".

Chris Rock ranked "Way 2 Fonky" twenty-fourth on a 2005 list for Rolling Stone on the Top 25 Hip-Hop Albums of all time.


Here´s a classic diss track by;Tweedy Bird Loc;
(http://www.artistdirect.com/Images/Sources/AMGCOVERS/music/cover75/drd500/d529/d52912n0h5v.jpg)
01 South Bronx Can't Touch Compton.m4a
http://www.mediafire.com/?4dmyl9m0j2f

Tim Dog  :scarface: got his ass dissed on this track,CLASSIC!

 :cow: :cow: :cow: :cow: :cow: :cow: :cow: :cow: :cow: :cow: :cow: :cow: :cow: :cow: :cow: :cow: :cow: :cow: :cow: :cow: :cow: :cow: :cow: :cow: :cow: :cow:
Title: Re: NWA caught some heat back in the days *Diss Tracks*
Post by: Styles1 on August 30, 2007, 11:45:19 AM
they had a few other low profile acts take shots too... I remember some group named Romeo & Rhyme had an Eazy E diss... and some female rapper took shots at NWA & Too Short...

all weenies looking for attention....
Title: Re: NWA caught some heat back in the days *Diss Tracks*
Post by: dclee on August 30, 2007, 12:00:54 PM
wow, never knew ganksta nip had a track like that. also, about that tweedy bird loc track and the list of people he's dissing, who is chip? thanks in advance.
Title: Re: NWA caught some heat back in the days *Diss Tracks*
Post by: RAIDErs of the lost ark on August 30, 2007, 12:07:15 PM
they had a few other low profile acts take shots too... I remember some group named Romeo & Rhyme had an Eazy E diss... and some female rapper took shots at NWA & Too Short...

all weenies looking for attention....

I don´t remember that Romeo & Rhyme joint. Hook it up!
Choice from Rap-A-Lot records was the female rapper,she even dissed her label mates Geto Boys.
(http://thumbs.ebaystatic.com/pict/1801384194358080_1.jpg)
Remember when Quik did "Just Like Compton"? He dissed San Antonio,There was this rap group called PKO from San Antonio that took offence and did a diss track to Quik and Compton. I have it on tape somewhere,nothing special,,,,


wow, never knew ganksta nip had a track like that. also, about that tweedy bird loc track and the list of people he's dissing,
who is chip? thanks in advance.

Chip;
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Chip,also known as "Chip MC",was a school chum of MC Ren in Compton. Ren invited Chip to work on his protege project C.P.O..
http://www.discogs.com/artist/Chip%2C+The
Title: Re: NWA caught some heat back in the days *Diss Tracks*
Post by: The Predator on August 30, 2007, 01:02:12 PM
The song with 'Face n Willie-D during the Geto Boys era is  :o
Title: Re: NWA caught some heat back in the days *Diss Tracks*
Post by: westkoastanostra on August 30, 2007, 01:12:59 PM
luke from 2 live cru dissed them too
Title: Re: NWA caught some heat back in the days *Diss Tracks*
Post by: papa-smurf on August 30, 2007, 01:22:25 PM
tim dog is wack ass fucc,lol,that shit was horrible,
Title: Re: NWA caught some heat back in the days *Diss Tracks*
Post by: papa-smurf on August 30, 2007, 01:30:13 PM
tweety bird loc was hard ass fuck tho
Title: Re: NWA caught some heat back in the days *Diss Tracks*
Post by: RAIDErs of the lost ark on August 30, 2007, 01:36:39 PM
luke from 2 live cru dissed them too

You´re talking about Cowards in Compton right?

Tweedy Bird Loc - Fucc Miami
http://www.youtube.com/v/kjjnadMiAqA
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kjjnadMiAqA

There´s a couple of more disses and sublimenals like Busta´s rhyme on Scenario and the De La´s Santa Claus is dead.



Tim Dog  :scarface: is WAK ass fuck,lol,
that shit was horrible

 :banana_trippin: :banana_trippin: :banana_trippin: :banana_trippin: :banana_trippin: :banana_trippin: :banana_trippin: :banana_trippin: :banana_trippin: :banana_trippin: :banana_trippin: :banana_trippin: :banana_trippin: :banana_trippin: :banana_trippin: :banana_trippin: :banana_trippin: :banana_trippin: :banana_trippin: :banana_trippin: :banana_trippin: :banana_trippin: :banana_trippin: :banana_trippin: :banana_trippin: :banana_trippin: :banana_trippin: :banana_trippin: :banana_trippin: :banana_trippin: :banana_trippin: :banana_trippin: :banana_trippin: :banana_trippin: :banana_trippin: :banana_trippin:


tweety bird loc was hard ass fuck tho


Here´s a classic diss track by;Tweedy Bird Loc;
(http://www.artistdirect.com/Images/Sources/AMGCOVERS/music/cover75/drd500/d529/d52912n0h5v.jpg)
01 South Bronx Can't Touch Compton.m4a
http://www.mediafire.com/?4dmyl9m0j2f

Tim Dog  :scarface: got his ass dissed on this track,CLASSIC!

 :cow: :cow: :cow: :cow: :cow: :cow: :cow: :cow: :cow: :cow: :cow: :cow: :cow: :cow: :cow: :cow: :cow: :cow: :cow: :cow: :cow: :cow: :cow: :cow: :cow: :cow:
Title: Re: NWA caught some heat back in the days *Diss Tracks*
Post by: The Predator on August 30, 2007, 01:42:19 PM
haha this Tweedy Loc was bit of a troublemaker  :D
Title: Re: NWA caught some heat back in the days *Diss Tracks*
Post by: NotoriousA.O.D. on August 30, 2007, 09:15:48 PM
tim dog is wack ass fucc,lol,that shit was horrible,


lol For real!!! tim dog's faggit ass always suprised me with his weak ass traks. I mean if a diss trak is hard you gotta respect it no matter what but i'm suprised he even put out that bullshit that he did. I'd be embarassed if those were my traks. And it's funny to me to see em say fuk Compton. Dude would get murked without blinking an eye for sayin that shit in Compton. . .
Title: Re: NWA caught some heat back in the days *Diss Tracks*
Post by: Bones01 on August 31, 2007, 01:07:39 AM
propz, alot of interesting stuff i never knew about concerning Tim Dogg. Can anyone hook up an mp3 of Fuck Compton
Title: Re: NWA caught some heat back in the days *Diss Tracks*
Post by: teletomble on August 31, 2007, 01:14:26 AM
http://www.zshare.net/audio/3400874b948f81/
Title: Re: NWA caught some heat back in the days *Diss Tracks*
Post by: Bones01 on August 31, 2007, 02:26:32 AM
propz 8)
Title: Re: NWA caught some heat back in the days *Diss Tracks*
Post by: mr spade on September 05, 2007, 09:32:24 PM
damn havent heard these song in years lol,thanks. ;D
Title: Re: NWA caught some heat back in the days *Diss Tracks*
Post by: Dargine on September 06, 2007, 06:40:44 AM
CJ Mac had some skit where he was talkin' down on Dr. Dre because of his street cred.. imagine if he never did that, he's one of the best from the West.
Title: Re: NWA caught some heat back in the days *Diss Tracks*
Post by: StevenQBosell on September 06, 2007, 07:57:20 AM
Naw man, Fuck Compton, while I don't agree with the lyrics is hard a fuck... I've always thought that shit was fierce.
Title: Re: NWA caught some heat back in the days *Diss Tracks*
Post by: Westcoastfanatic on September 06, 2007, 08:01:33 AM
Naw man, Fuck Compton, while I don't agree with the lyrics is hard a fuck... I've always thought that shit was fierce.

True, and sum funny rhymes too. Especially the part bout Michel'le.
Title: Re: NWA caught some heat back in the days *Diss Tracks*
Post by: RAIDErs of the lost ark on September 06, 2007, 10:33:10 AM
CJ Mac had some skit where he was talkin' down on Dr. Dre because of his street cred.. imagine if he never did that, he's one of the best from the West.

(http://www.artistdirect.com/Images/Sources/AMGCOVERS/music/cover200/dre800/e804/e804148zop0.jpg)
06 fuck dr.dre.m4a
http://www.mediafire.com/?egjgmyyvlen
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CJ Mac
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CJ_Mac
CJ Mac (born in the Slauson Avenue of South Central Los Angeles), is an African American rap artist.

He released his debut album, "True Game", on Rap-A-Lot Records in 1995 as Mad CJ Mac.
He was originally going to release the album through Ruthless Records.
In 1999 CJ Mac released "Platinum Game" on Mack 10's Hoo-Bangin' Records.[1] It featured Mack 10, WC, Too Short, and TQ. He insulted Dr. Dre on one of the album's interludes. He appeared in the movie Thicker Than Water with Mack 10 and Fat Joe, where he played a druglord called Gator.[2]

CJ Mac also directed a documentary On the C-Walk, in which he revealed that he was in the Rollin 60's Neighborhood Crips street gang in his youth. CJ Mac is also known for working with Death Row Records in late 2000 with his song "I Ain't Fuccin Wit' Cha," in which he insulted Dr. Dre for leaving the label and declaring gangsta rap dead, as well as artists Hittman, Eminem, Snoop Dogg, Ice Cube and Aftermath Records. CJ Mac is also known for collaborating with artists C-Bo, Dresta, Poppa LQ, Mack 10, Techniec, Scarface and WC.
Title: Re: NWA caught some heat back in the days *Diss Tracks*
Post by: Styles1 on September 06, 2007, 11:10:12 AM
CJ is a cool dude.... i did a nice interview with him at a cigar shop on Sunset Blvd. last year... his basis for the diss on Dre according to our interview was because when Dre said that Gangsta Rap was dead, the music execs who took his word for gold, further stopped dealing with West Coast artists...

Title: Re: NWA caught some heat back in the days *Diss Tracks*
Post by: Raje on September 06, 2007, 11:43:45 AM
Damn, i didn't know Battlecat was going hard on em like that!  8)
Title: Re: NWA caught some heat back in the days *Diss Tracks*
Post by: $Eg2$ on September 06, 2007, 12:30:54 PM
CJ Mac had some skit where he was talkin' down on Dr. Dre because of his street cred.. imagine if he never did that, he's one of the best from the West.

(http://www.artistdirect.com/Images/Sources/AMGCOVERS/music/cover200/dre800/e804/e804148zop0.jpg)
06 fuck dr.dre.m4a
http://www.mediafire.com/?egjgmyyvlen
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CJ Mac
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CJ_Mac
CJ Mac (born in the Slauson Avenue of South Central Los Angeles), is an African American rap artist.

He released his debut album, "True Game", on Rap-A-Lot Records in 1995 as Mad CJ Mac.
He was originally going to release the album through Ruthless Records.
In 1999 CJ Mac released "Platinum Game" on Mack 10's Hoo-Bangin' Records.[1] It featured Mack 10, WC, Too Short, and TQ. He insulted Dr. Dre on one of the album's interludes. He appeared in the movie Thicker Than Water with Mack 10 and Fat Joe, where he played a druglord called Gator.[2]

CJ Mac also directed a documentary On the C-Walk, in which he revealed that he was in the Rollin 60's Neighborhood Crips street gang in his youth. CJ Mac is also known for working with Death Row Records in late 2000 with his song "I Ain't Fuccin Wit' Cha," in which he insulted Dr. Dre for leaving the label and declaring gangsta rap dead, as well as artists Hittman, Eminem, Snoop Dogg, Ice Cube and Aftermath Records. CJ Mac is also known for collaborating with artists C-Bo, Dresta, Poppa LQ, Mack 10, Techniec, Scarface and WC.






CMW; Music to Driveby
(http://ec1.images-amazon.com/images/I/51UNq6SkwuL.jpg)
10 Who's Xxxxing Who_.m4a Tim Dog diss
http://www.mediafire.com/?22oxdylem32

Cj mac is dope in my mind
props

Title: Re: NWA caught some heat back in the days *Diss Tracks*
Post by: _That_Cracka_J on September 06, 2007, 03:08:23 PM
Who was Eazy talking about in "Eazyer said than dunn" when he said how you gonna diss me you don't even know me.  He called him a toy too.
Title: Re: NWA caught some heat back in the days *Diss Tracks*
Post by: dclee on September 06, 2007, 11:36:37 PM
CJ Mac is the shit.
Title: Re: NWA caught some heat back in the days *Diss Tracks*
Post by: Tha Psycho Hustla on September 06, 2007, 11:45:18 PM
dope ass thread.
Title: Re: Beef Thread; NWA,WSC,Tim Dog & the East Coast VS West Coast *Diss Tracks ins
Post by: Tha Psycho Hustla on September 18, 2007, 06:27:44 AM
Damn Snoop Gets Killed On This One!
Dope Thread.
Title: Re: Beef Thread; NWA,WSC,Tim Dog & the East Coast VS West Coast *Diss Tracks inside*
Post by: RAIDErs of the lost ark on September 18, 2007, 08:48:45 PM
Westside Slaughterhouse Diss to Common!
http://www.youtube.com/v/aa03GiucFpc

Westside Connection - Hoo-Bangin' (+WSCG PLEDGE!!) Diss to Common!
http://www.youtube.com/v/HZXlLwUREr4

Common - The Bitch In You (Westside Connection Diss)
http://www.youtube.com/v/B5Jn2cMFjqA
Title: Re: Beef Thread; NWA,WSC,Tim Dog & the East Coast VS West Coast *Diss Tracks inside*
Post by: drakeshakenbake on September 19, 2007, 02:53:45 AM
oooooh shit! That Westside Connection - westside slaughterhouse video is hard as fuck, the definition of a beef vid! They took it off youtube :( ?
Title: Re: Beef Thread; NWA,WSC,Tim Dog & the East Coast VS West Coast *Diss Tracks inside*
Post by: ai002h on September 19, 2007, 07:57:14 AM
oooooh shit! That Westside Connection - westside slaughterhouse video is hard as fuck, the definition of a beef vid! They took it off youtube :( ?

The track was raw as hell, and the video kept all the rawness. You just dont see music like that anymore and then people wonder why Gangsta rap is dead?
Title: Re: Beef Thread; NWA,WSC,Tim Dog & the East Coast VS West Coast *Diss Tracks inside*
Post by: ai002h on September 19, 2007, 08:21:28 AM
LMAO...I LOVE Cube but the "Solo!!" shit at the end had me dyin.
Title: Re: Beef Thread; NWA,WSC,Tim Dog & the East Coast VS West Coast *Diss Tracks inside*
Post by: RAIDErs of the lost ark on September 24, 2007, 08:53:54 AM
CMW; Music to Driveby
(http://ec1.images-amazon.com/images/I/51UNq6SkwuL.jpg)
10 Who's Xxxxing Who_.m4a Tim Dog diss
http://www.mediafire.com/?22oxdylem32
http://www.youtube.com/v/6tqQQ89JuyU

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Compton's Most Wanted
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Compton's_Most_Wanted

Compton's Most Wanted are a gangsta rap group still performing today on independent labels. Their first three albums (It's a Compton Thang, Straight Checkn 'Em and Music to Drive-By) were produced by DJ Slip and The Unknown DJ, who produced both electro funk tracks as well as Ice T's classic gangster rap "6 N The Morning". Despite producing many tracks, Unknown DJ was never an official member of Compton's Most Wanted. MC Chill was an original member of C.M.W at the time of their first album It's a Compton Thang, but was sentenced to prison in 1991 (Before Straight Checkn 'Em was released) and released in 1994. During his time in prison he missed C.M.W's two most popular albums, Straight Checkn 'Em and Music To Driveby, which included popular songs Hood Took Me Under, Def Wish and Straight Up Menace. After 3 years behind bars MC Chill didn't have chance to return to C.M.W as the group had broken up following the Music To Driveby album, so Chill started featuring in MC Ren and MC Eiht solo albums. In 2000, the group joined forces again and released "Represent". C.M.W are known especially for their slow, often melancholic raps, using samples from seventies soul and funk records such as "Joy" by Isaac Hayes. Such hit songs as "It Was a Good Day" (Ice Cube), "Warning" (The Notorious B.I.G.), and "Sugar Hill" (AZ) make use of samples first used by C.M.W. Currently, MC Eiht is pursuing his solo career, while DJ Slip is mainly working for the new west coast rap label IV Life Records [1] Additionally, C.M.W. are set for a reunion which will feature on DJ Slip's next album "The Minority Report".






DJ Quik; Way 2 Fonky
(http://image.com.com/mp3/images/cover/200/drd900/d941/d94194jf4r5.jpg)
03 Way 2 Fonky.m4a Tim Dog :scarface: diss
http://www.mediafire.com/?cpyx1y2zbtm


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Way 2 Fonky
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Way_2_Fonky

Way 2 Fonky is the second album of rapper/producer DJ Quik. It was released in 1992 on Profile Records.
The album peaked at number 20 on the Billboard 200 music chart on August 08, 1992.
It was certified gold by the RIAA on October 9, 1992.
The album features 2 singles, the title track of the album and "Jus Lyke Compton".

Chris Rock ranked "Way 2 Fonky" twenty-fourth on a 2005 list for Rolling Stone on the Top 25 Hip-Hop Albums of all time.


Title: Re: Beef Thread; NWA,WSC,Tim Dog & the East Coast VS West Coast *Diss Tracks ins
Post by: Tha Psycho Hustla on September 24, 2007, 09:08:21 AM
Nice.
Title: Re: Beef Thread; NWA,WSC,Tim Dog & the East Coast VS West Coast *Diss Tracks inside*
Post by: RAIDErs of the lost ark on September 25, 2007, 09:13:59 PM
Shorty of da Lench Mob; Short Stories
(http://cdbaby.name/s/h/shorty05_small.jpg)
05 short stories.m4a Ice Cube Diss part 1
http://www.mediafire.com/?0nazmaad72m
06 Oshea_s great adventures.m4a Ice Cube Diss part 2
http://www.mediafire.com/?8ymtgnxncrd
both tracks produced by Polarbear


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Shorty of Da Lench Mob Speaks Out
by Craig Smith~ 9/5/02

http://www.daveyd.com/shortydalenchmobinterview.html

Ice Cube abruptly departed N.W.A in 1989 and embarked one of rap’s most remarkable solo journeys. Although his persona on record and film was frequently that of a politically minded, grizzled L.A. gangbanging vet, just like the hot-tempered character Doughboy he portrayed in 1991’s Boyz N’ The Hood, the menacing individual Cube produced on record was fictional. According to one man who knew him during his 1990’s heyday, O’Shea Jackson was often quiet and reflective away from the microphone and never went through the gangland battles claimed to experience in his recordings.

Contrary to his often rough and tumble guise, Ice Cube had a fairly uneventful suburban upbringing in South Central Los Angeles, was a solid student and short of some minor criminal acts, never joined a gang. This information leads to the question of how Ice Cube maintained his gangster image for legions of frequently rugged fans that accepted his tales of urban violence as first hand accounts. Was it the well-ironed khakis, glistening jheri curls, black baseball cap and ominous scowl? Perhaps, but more importantly it was the people he surrounded himself with.

In the post N.W.A. days, Ice Cube recruited folks who lived the life he portrayed in song. One of these people was Shorty of the gold selling rap trio Da Lench Mob, a one-time gangbanger who began his criminal career as a teen and became a feared presence in L.A.’s notorious Marvin Gangster Crips. Weed smoking, guzzling 40s, skirt chasing and of course, hardcore violence were normal activities in his existence.

After finishing up a robbery bid in California’s Corcoran maximum security state pen--also home to Charles Manson--Shorty got back with an old pal, future Da Lench Mob member J-Dee. J-Dee had just returned from a trip with Ice Cube to New York to record Cube’s solo full-length debut, Amerikkka’s Most Wanted. Soon after in 1991, Shorty finally met with Ice Cube through J-Dee who fraudulently told Cube the two gangbangers were cousins. Not knowing much more than what he saw on Yo! MTV Raps, Shorty assumed Cube was a gangbanger like himself. “The style of dress that they had, you’d think, damn, these niggaz gangbanging,” Shorty said about N.W.A. and Cube from his West Side L.A. home. “We went over to Cube’s momma’s house and I’m sizing him up. I’m looking like, ‘O.K.,’I don’t know. It’s a trip how TV can lie to you. I’m like damn. This dude is square as hell.”

Square or not, Shorty leapt at an opportunity to tour with Cube as a member of his security team on Cube’s first series of solo concerts. The early touring crew was deep—sometimes as many as twenty--and full of Cube’s Street Knowledge posse including Yo Yo, Sir Jinx, J-Dee, T-Bone and Chilly Chill.

As Shorty tells it, a typical tour stop went like this: Shorty and J-Dee would venture into the hoods and hang with local ghetto dwellers representing Ice Cube, thereby validating Cube’s gangster persona in the absence of Cube himself. “This is something I grew up with all my life,” Shorty said. “Hanging around cutthroats and weed smokers and heroin addicts, alcoholics. This is all we knew. So of course, any state we go to, that’s what we comfortable with…but Cube, it was uncomfortable for him.”

Shorty maintains that he and his pals legitimized Cube’s gangster character on tour. “We made it comfortable for Cube to go to these states man. Because, now they seeing tattoos all over my back. They seeing J-Dee’s tattoos. They like damn. Keep in mind, everyone hear about Crips and Bloods, but damn, when you like in Oklahoma or in fucking Nebraska, they up front close talking to a Crip…It’s like damn. These Lench Mob niggaz is real.”

According to Shorty, future thespian Ice Cube kept his rep through what might be described as stellar acting. “Brother was never a street dude man,” he said. “He would never let nobody see him out of character. Hear me? He would always be in character when you see him.”

Despite serving as Cube’s shield from the public, Shorty didn’t have a problem with his methodology. “We wasn’t really trippin’ like ‘Damn homie, you using our image to capitalize on. We didn’t trip because we felt that it was family.”

And of course, it was business. Shorty admits to being cool with the situation because he was promised a record deal (Da Lench Mob released two LPs on East West records) and the allure of seeing all of America was too great to pass up for someone that rarely crossed the California border.

Not only did Ice Cube utilize Shorty and J-Dee’s gangland image, but their battle tales as well. Shorty says during a flight from Dallas after a gig with the Geto Boys, he and J-Dee told Cube about how some of their out of town Crip brethren got into a St. Louis gang brawl. “After landing, we walked through that tunnel thing,” remembered Shorty. “We walking. [Cube’s] like ‘Listen to this.’ This dude’s like busts a whole rhyme. I’m like ‘Damn nigga, you write pretty fast. The story that we told, he just put it on paper.”

That story became Cube’s graphic gang laced track “My Summer Vacation” on his Death Certificate LP. Shorty didn’t have a problem with how Cube got his info at the time, but now reconsiders, “I’m not tripping on that shit. But I wish I would have man [laughs]. You know. I would have cashed in on it…then I started really looking to the other stuff and like damn. We’re hustling, [he’s] taking shit and writing, putting our story on paper and capitalizing on it man. But that’s just how he was. None of the things that he ever kicked as far as in the street, the ghetto stuff, he never did none of that man. None of that.”

Even with the way Cube used Shorty’s background for his benefit, Shorty remains thankful for his experience and the two LPs his group Da Lench Mob put out. “I learned a lot from that dude,” Shorty admitted. “I love him to this day even though we got some unfinished business we have got to deal on. By going on tour with him, it changed my life completely around.”

It was a change that involved becoming a Muslim in 1991 after a lifetime of not even knowing what a Muslim was. The transformation came after he befriended a Public Enemy soundman that toured with Cube who introduced him to the Nation of Islam. This ultimately led to the end of his gangbanging days and taking on the name of Jerome Muhammad.

On the music side, Da Lench Mob enjoyed gold selling success in 1992 with their first album Guerillas In Tha Mist, largely written by Ice Cube. According to Shorty, their money wasn’t properly divided because other Ice Cube protégés Yo Yo and Kam released albums that didn’t fare nearly as well. Additionally, the crew went through heavy turmoil when J-Dee was arrested for attempted murder and eventually landed in prison. Instead of disbanding, Da Lench Mob returned in 1994 with the poorly marketed and disappointingly received Planet of Da Apes featuring a new member, Oakland based rhymer Maulkie. Shorty says someone may have been trying to break up the group and one day his anger over the unforgiving record biz and woes over music friendships gone sour led him to want to “kill everybody at Street Knowledge” with 100 rounds of ammunition at his side. Instead, he was coincidentally called to his mosque and reflected on the situation in tears.

Now in his mid thirties and having often scraped by financially in his post Da Lench Mob days, Shorty is aiming for a comeback. He spent several years in the late 90s learning the music business from people like producer QDIII and Wendy Day of the Rap Coaltion. After a lengthy industry education, he’s releasing a solo album in September called Short Stories on his own imprint, Bow Tie Entertainment. Among the guests slated to appear are Coolio, one time Cube pal (and frequent Cube critic) Kam, Boo Ya Tribe and RBX. His former partner J-Dee continues to be housed in same California state prison that Shorty himself was in and isn’t due to come home until 2004. Shorty has also commissioned L.A. marketing firm The Radio Bums to create a website at http://www.dalenchmob.com and has multiple documentary film projects in the works.

Although Shorty claims Da Lench Mob is owed over 1.5 million dollars by Ice Cube and his former boss turned his back on the group when the chips were down, he still has love for the man who put him in the game. “If none of this had went down and J-Dee never went to jail, we’d probably be some arrogant ass rappers to this day. It really humbled me,” Shorty said thankfully.

Even with years of acrimonious rap game experiences in tow, Shorty remains optimistic. “I’m not bitter because I’m gonna get mine regardless.”

Unfortunately, Cube’s high profile perch has prevented the two from speaking since L.A.’s 1997 hip-hop summit after the death of the Notorious B.I.G. Nonetheless, he’d still like to see Cube dish out some well-earned payback and “do what’s right and take care of those who helped you.”

Shorty of da Lench Mob; Short Stories
(http://cdbaby.name/s/h/shorty05_small.jpg)
http://www.amazon.com/Short-Stories-Shorty/dp/B00005NVYU/ref=pd_bbs_1/104-1374017-3992708?ie=UTF8&s=music&qid=1192490342&sr=1-1
Do you have all of the shorty album?
I have never seen it before.
If you do please spot it up or send me a link  or can you still buy it ?
Shorty of da Lench Mob; Short Stories
(http://cdbaby.name/s/h/shorty05_small.jpg)
http://www.amazon.com/Short-Stories-Shorty/dp/B00005NVYU/ref=pd_bbs_1/104-1374017-3992708?ie=UTF8&s=music&qid=1192490342&sr=1-1




DJ Pooh ft Kam - Whoop Whoop  Ice Cube diss!
http://www.youtube.com/v/OfF3Rwtfwcw

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Kam
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kam_(rapper)


Kam is an American political rapper known primarily among hip hop fans and music critics during the 1990s. Born in Los Angeles, California, he is considered an esteemed West Coast underground rapper. He is known for his Afrocentric lyrics, Nation of Islam membership and affiliation with his cousin fellow West Coast rapper Ice Cube. He is also known for his powerfully commanding baritone voice and knack for using multisyllabic rhymes.[1][2] He has only released two albums since his well-received 1993 debut album Neva Again. That album featured inflammatory anti-government lyrics and hit single "Peace Treaty," a song about the 1992 Los Angeles riots that somewhat justified and played down the actions of Black rioters and looters. "Peace Treaty" reached #2 on the Hot Rap Singles chart in 1993.

His first appearance on record was with the song "Every Single Weekend" from the 1991 Boyz n the Hood soundtrack. Since then, he has collaborated with artists including Ice Cube, Erick Sermon, MC Ren, C-Bo, DJ Quik, DJ Pooh, Tha Eastsidaz, Method Man, KRS-One, Snoop Dogg, Yukmouth and Public Enemy amongst others. He has released music as part of two record labels, East West Records and JCOR Entertainment. He is currently a member of Guerrilla Funk Recordings and plans to release an album named The Self.[3] He is currently a member of the West Coast supergroup Warzone with MC Eiht and Goldie Loc.[4]


Suga Free and Mausberg; Konnectid Project, Vol. 1
(http://ec1.images-amazon.com/images/I/61498BNZ7VL._AA240_.jpg)
09 Shut Up.m4a  Ice Cube Diss!!
http://www.mediafire.com/?5zonmcjtdnp

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Shut Up Lyrics
http://www.lyricsondemand.com/s/sugafreemausberglyrics/shutuplyrics.html

Yo it's a lotta niggas bangin' the realest that ain't worth it
You bein' fake
You're fuckin' with Mausberg the Great
The king of the block
Lickin' hot shots to keep the pesticides off my jock
Well if it's on then it's on
I'm bustin' with the black and the chrome
Black tech gangsta, platinum crowns on my dome
You wanna rumble, chuck em around with the superb
Come up show, chain tokin' all your herb
I'm'a (?) this nigga with (?) in the game
And this bullet goes out to niggas bitin' my name
Thought it was subliminal, but real doggs recognize them thangs
That's why your chronic bout to change the game
Certified bet, before my album even pop
And fuckin' with Quik, that's certified platinum when I drop
And I'm callin' out competitors, lettin' you know
If you fuck with the Berg I gun ya down fo sho

[CHORUS x2]


Shut up, nigga
You're fuckin' with my name 'stead of my game
Fuckin' with my fame
Shut up nigga
And mind your own
Before you can't find your own

Ey yo I keep a full metal jacket
The opposite of a bad habit
Medicatin' niggas who start static
It's on now, jet line suits and war boots
Marine green canteen (?) and lime juice
Mausberg the superior
You never heard of a more (?) nigga comin' out the urban area
Fake, fraud, and fictitious
Like som parsley in a Ziploc bag
I got the crown fool, it ain't for grabs
I run through the biggest packs of niggas
With my fists cocked back, and ready for combat
And hit ya, with six blows to ya cranium
I'm the dime nigga
Fuck this rap hunch niggas, I'm gainin' em
It's the Y2K, but the glitch is in this bitch niggas
Don't want to ride with they own kinda niggas
Me and Quik bout to take it to the limit
Erasin' all coward ass punks and gimmicks
We the realest for real

[Chorus x2]

I'm still sportin' gray jeans with the black and white Polo's
With the chucks cut lo do's
Niggas thought that I was goin' Hollywood
After rhythmalism
But all that taught me was to keep it realism
Give a pound to my real thugs
Use a jimmy when I fuck a bitch
Stay away from unknown drugs
But unlike y'all, bitch made, don't know where you from
Lyin' on your records about niggas you done
Fuck what happened to Cavaricci jeans and backpacks
Where you get them khakis and that dog patch
You ain't no gangsta
You only get in to fit in
Take yo ass to the circus with your family and friends
Cuz i'm too rough, too (?), too rugged for y'all kind
And I gotta keep them cowards from crossin' the red line
Pointe blank, niggas'll do whatcha do
But keep in mind when you come across the Berg you're through

[Chorus x3]

Title: Re: Beef Thread; NWA,WSC,Tim Dog & the East Coast VS West Coast *Diss Tracks inside*
Post by: J$crILLa on September 25, 2007, 09:49:31 PM
mediafire sucks.... give me some more ZSHARE links
Title: Re: Beef Thread; NWA,WSC,Tim Dog & the East Coast VS West Coast *Diss Tracks inside*
Post by: RAIDErs of the lost ark on October 04, 2007, 08:01:48 AM
Kokane; Funk Upon A Rhyme
(http://image.com.com/mp3/images/cover/200/drd800/d895/d89568o93p0.jpg)
15 Don't Bite The Phunk.m4a Diss to Dr.Dre by Cold 187um and Kokane produced by Cold 187um
http://www.mediafire.com/?1d0i1rmzo3l

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Lyrics; Kokane - Don't Bite the Phunk
http://lyrics.astraweb.com/display/611/kokane..funk_upon_a_rhyme..dont_bite_the_phunk.html

(Intro- Cold 187'um)
Yeah what's up Kokane
"what's up player"(cold chillin'in this muthafucka)
yeah we're just go on laid back in the studio, man on this groove
and talk about some muthafuckas, that we don't give a fuck about
(definetly don't give a fuck about, you know what I'm saying)
on some fly fly funk shit, (you know what I'm saying)
some shit that niggas bit, "what's up partner ha ha ha-
I'm talkin to you Dre, don't bite my shit
don't bite the funk that feeds you
cause I sure the hell don't need ya"
ha ha what's up..
yeah.. now while we're in the studio kickin' it off
(you know what I'm saying)- on the ill tip
you know, I wanna do some old school,
you know, I wanna just kick some shit of
and show them muthafuckas I mean buisness -(you know what I'm saying)
So ah when the clock strikes to six
I'ma put them hoes in the mix (hi hi hi hi)
and I'ma do it like this for them ,-( ya know what I'm sayin')

(Cold 187'um)

ahh yeah ahh
1-87 chillin' in my coup dippin'
one thing I can't stand is when fools get the set trippin'
now I was down with the gang truce
until I found out you was gettin' ganked by dr Suit (?)
now you can get Compton, Long Beach,
South Central, Watts, Carson even Pomona
you can even ran to Timbuktu
but I'ma creep to the falls bitch and I'ma smoke you
now I'ma take you trough you history book
uh ah let's take a look
yeah- when I first came to Ruthless I was livin'like hustler
but see you, you was livin' straight like a busta
I used to think you was a true
'til I remembered you was in the muthafuckin' Wreckin Crew
and then I looked at an old album cover
it was you chillin' lookin' gay as a muthafucka
I could have took it any kind of way
but see six months later you were NWA
and now it's gangsta gangsta pimpsta pimpsta
but to me you was still wimpsta wimpsta
yeah you dissed Eazy-E but I'm confused
cause you're scared as fuck to diss Ice Cube
yeah now you're all just smilin'and trucin'
but remember yo Dre stick to producin'
now you say you ain't gettin'gangked no more
but I know who owns Death Row.. really doe
yo I got a little piece of paper for someone
and not one line on it reads Andre Young
you try to diss my record deal, but I'm still quick
I'm on a mission, and I'm going for the fuckin' gift
so next time your in the place
I'm hollering 1-8-7 with my glock in your fuckin' face
cause real niggas don't go out that quick
so it's cool that you bit my shit- bitch
cause I'm a baller by four and plus a Gee
and I like my cronic twist with some VSOP
see broke niggas can't lie cause it costs ants
shut the fuck up, you've just straight broke been
Snoop Dog you better get your paper work right
because if not you'll be all bark with no bite
yo- see we go kinda back see
but see things got fucked up when your flunkie tried to diss me
you need to go and check your puppet gee
because who the fuck is he, to jump up and diss me
cause I'm a nigga with a gang of thugs
and I'ma show the muthafucka to keep my name out his mouth
yo- I never got smoked you muthafucking new jack
you fuckin' around with me you gonna end up on your back
yo try to diss me to get respect
but you sounded like a muthafuckin bad ?man reject
I give props when props are due
and my props to you is muthafucka fuck you
you're just a flunkie for the D-R-E
you punk muthafucka you wanne be Gee
and you know I always drop the shit proper
you can ask your homies or you can ask the doctor
but he don't get no props neither
I'ma say it on wax and I can say it when I see ya (fool)
try to kick it like you got stamina
wip that ass like Luke did in Atlanta
oops did you slip, did you trip, did you run
did he have a gun, did you want some
no I don't think so (wow)
here's a bone you can choke
get your ass with the mafia loke
yeah fool, so what you wanna trow up
cause you're broke as a muthafucka
lookin to a...
but I'm the original 1-87 no one can do it better
so I'm out, and peace to my homie Snoop
yo I hope you get yours before they do you- yeah
and that's realer then a juice of a duce
see some might not like it but yo it's the true

(SweatTalk (aka Kokane) )

oh woopie do- well alright y'all
yes starlet(?) ah some say it!s like a peanut game
I took your house of it Snoopy- well a wrong
say Dre, my name it's Sweat Talk
now do you belive in funk after death
cause I do, so watch this

(Kokane)
it's like dip-dip-a- da we got to make a sack
we can fix your funk when the shits on the flat
pump pump you up, send you on your way
and I don't belive in celebratin' Dre day
it's like hearhi-hearhi common common
kokane is servin suckas at the players ball
if you come ????
you will get blasted
a tisket a tasket we throw your body in the basket
it's a wonderful day in my muthafuckin neighborhood
a wonderful day in my goddam neighborhood
now rollin' tip-toe incognito
ichin' to serve a fool when my pump says so (Puhmp Puhmp)
is another nigga with the biggest glock
and if you're fuckin with this nigga
you'll be spittin' out buck shots
so no pain no gain
bakin soda free and they call me Kokane
now I'ma fuck you up Korrupt
cause I'ma bust trough your hood like ??????
cause you gets no propers
now your throwin' up the Pound
but I'm throwin' up the black mafia
can't stop us what you wanna do
bring it on Snoop
and your whole fuckin'puppet pound crew
it's the nickel slick nigga from Pomona
not fake like laceres
but real like tooners
Snoop Dog you fuckin ?
did most of the work with Dre
and still you get your boots knocked
now I see nigga's rich
but you was in the county watching monsters shoes (?) like a bitch
now who's been sleepin' in my bed
eatin' my funk, takin dope styles by the chunk
cause I'ma funky to the finish
cause your funk got a gang of B-12 in it

Outro (Kokane):

Yeah in case you didn't know
it's Black Mafia Life for life- fool
Above The muthafuckin' Law,
UBU- what you wanna do
Black Hole of Watts
to my homies over there an shit
and to my funkinmuffin' Coconut
we clowns and ....yeah





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The RBX Files
(http://www.ballerlife.com/images_artistes/bio/rbx.jpg)
http://www.ballerlife.com/images_artistes/bio/rbx.jpg

The RBX Files is hip hop artist RBX's debut album. It was released in September 1995 after a long delay caused by disagreements with Death Row Records, RBX's record label at the time of recording. The content of the album reflected the dislike that RBX had at the time of release for Death Row Records and his former label mates.

RBX - A.W.O.L. (Dr. Dre diss) prop Diggfinger for posting the viseo on youtube
http://www.youtube.com/v/OUCnTJDjpEQ

Title: Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside*
Post by: Blood$ on October 15, 2007, 12:43:09 PM
damn I'ma have to post some shit up, propz for this thread
Title: Re: Beef Thread; NWA,WSC,Tim Dog & the East Coast VS West Coast *Diss Tracks inside*
Post by: midwestryder on October 15, 2007, 04:02:25 PM
Shorty of da Lench Mob; Short Stories
(http://cdbaby.name/s/h/shorty05_small.jpg)
05 short stories.m4a Ice Cube Diss part 1
http://www.mediafire.com/?0nazmaad72m
06 Oshea_s great adventures.m4a Ice Cube Diss part 2
http://www.mediafire.com/?8ymtgnxncrd
both tracks produced by Polarbear


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Shorty of Da Lench Mob Speaks Out
by Craig Smith~ 9/5/02

http://www.daveyd.com/shortydalenchmobinterview.html

Ice Cube abruptly departed N.W.A in 1989 and embarked one of rap’s most remarkable solo journeys. Although his persona on record and film was frequently that of a politically minded, grizzled L.A. gangbanging vet, just like the hot-tempered character Doughboy he portrayed in 1991’s Boyz N’ The Hood, the menacing individual Cube produced on record was fictional. According to one man who knew him during his 1990’s heyday, O’Shea Jackson was often quiet and reflective away from the microphone and never went through the gangland battles claimed to experience in his recordings.

Contrary to his often rough and tumble guise, Ice Cube had a fairly uneventful suburban upbringing in South Central Los Angeles, was a solid student and short of some minor criminal acts, never joined a gang. This information leads to the question of how Ice Cube maintained his gangster image for legions of frequently rugged fans that accepted his tales of urban violence as first hand accounts. Was it the well-ironed khakis, glistening jheri curls, black baseball cap and ominous scowl? Perhaps, but more importantly it was the people he surrounded himself with.

In the post N.W.A. days, Ice Cube recruited folks who lived the life he portrayed in song. One of these people was Shorty of the gold selling rap trio Da Lench Mob, a one-time gangbanger who began his criminal career as a teen and became a feared presence in L.A.’s notorious Marvin Gangster Crips. Weed smoking, guzzling 40s, skirt chasing and of course, hardcore violence were normal activities in his existence.

After finishing up a robbery bid in California’s Corcoran maximum security state pen--also home to Charles Manson--Shorty got back with an old pal, future Da Lench Mob member J-Dee. J-Dee had just returned from a trip with Ice Cube to New York to record Cube’s solo full-length debut, Amerikkka’s Most Wanted. Soon after in 1991, Shorty finally met with Ice Cube through J-Dee who fraudulently told Cube the two gangbangers were cousins. Not knowing much more than what he saw on Yo! MTV Raps, Shorty assumed Cube was a gangbanger like himself. “The style of dress that they had, you’d think, damn, these niggaz gangbanging,” Shorty said about N.W.A. and Cube from his West Side L.A. home. “We went over to Cube’s momma’s house and I’m sizing him up. I’m looking like, ‘O.K.,’I don’t know. It’s a trip how TV can lie to you. I’m like damn. This dude is square as hell.”

Square or not, Shorty leapt at an opportunity to tour with Cube as a member of his security team on Cube’s first series of solo concerts. The early touring crew was deep—sometimes as many as twenty--and full of Cube’s Street Knowledge posse including Yo Yo, Sir Jinx, J-Dee, T-Bone and Chilly Chill.

As Shorty tells it, a typical tour stop went like this: Shorty and J-Dee would venture into the hoods and hang with local ghetto dwellers representing Ice Cube, thereby validating Cube’s gangster persona in the absence of Cube himself. “This is something I grew up with all my life,” Shorty said. “Hanging around cutthroats and weed smokers and heroin addicts, alcoholics. This is all we knew. So of course, any state we go to, that’s what we comfortable with…but Cube, it was uncomfortable for him.”

Shorty maintains that he and his pals legitimized Cube’s gangster character on tour. “We made it comfortable for Cube to go to these states man. Because, now they seeing tattoos all over my back. They seeing J-Dee’s tattoos. They like damn. Keep in mind, everyone hear about Crips and Bloods, but damn, when you like in Oklahoma or in fucking Nebraska, they up front close talking to a Crip…It’s like damn. These Lench Mob niggaz is real.”

According to Shorty, future thespian Ice Cube kept his rep through what might be described as stellar acting. “Brother was never a street dude man,” he said. “He would never let nobody see him out of character. Hear me? He would always be in character when you see him.”

Despite serving as Cube’s shield from the public, Shorty didn’t have a problem with his methodology. “We wasn’t really trippin’ like ‘Damn homie, you using our image to capitalize on. We didn’t trip because we felt that it was family.”

And of course, it was business. Shorty admits to being cool with the situation because he was promised a record deal (Da Lench Mob released two LPs on East West records) and the allure of seeing all of America was too great to pass up for someone that rarely crossed the California border.

Not only did Ice Cube utilize Shorty and J-Dee’s gangland image, but their battle tales as well. Shorty says during a flight from Dallas after a gig with the Geto Boys, he and J-Dee told Cube about how some of their out of town Crip brethren got into a St. Louis gang brawl. “After landing, we walked through that tunnel thing,” remembered Shorty. “We walking. [Cube’s] like ‘Listen to this.’ This dude’s like busts a whole rhyme. I’m like ‘Damn nigga, you write pretty fast. The story that we told, he just put it on paper.”

That story became Cube’s graphic gang laced track “My Summer Vacation” on his Death Certificate LP. Shorty didn’t have a problem with how Cube got his info at the time, but now reconsiders, “I’m not tripping on that shit. But I wish I would have man [laughs]. You know. I would have cashed in on it…then I started really looking to the other stuff and like damn. We’re hustling, [he’s] taking shit and writing, putting our story on paper and capitalizing on it man. But that’s just how he was. None of the things that he ever kicked as far as in the street, the ghetto stuff, he never did none of that man. None of that.”

Even with the way Cube used Shorty’s background for his benefit, Shorty remains thankful for his experience and the two LPs his group Da Lench Mob put out. “I learned a lot from that dude,” Shorty admitted. “I love him to this day even though we got some unfinished business we have got to deal on. By going on tour with him, it changed my life completely around.”

It was a change that involved becoming a Muslim in 1991 after a lifetime of not even knowing what a Muslim was. The transformation came after he befriended a Public Enemy soundman that toured with Cube who introduced him to the Nation of Islam. This ultimately led to the end of his gangbanging days and taking on the name of Jerome Muhammad.

On the music side, Da Lench Mob enjoyed gold selling success in 1992 with their first album Guerillas In Tha Mist, largely written by Ice Cube. According to Shorty, their money wasn’t properly divided because other Ice Cube protégés Yo Yo and Kam released albums that didn’t fare nearly as well. Additionally, the crew went through heavy turmoil when J-Dee was arrested for attempted murder and eventually landed in prison. Instead of disbanding, Da Lench Mob returned in 1994 with the poorly marketed and disappointingly received Planet of Da Apes featuring a new member, Oakland based rhymer Maulkie. Shorty says someone may have been trying to break up the group and one day his anger over the unforgiving record biz and woes over music friendships gone sour led him to want to “kill everybody at Street Knowledge” with 100 rounds of ammunition at his side. Instead, he was coincidentally called to his mosque and reflected on the situation in tears.

Now in his mid thirties and having often scraped by financially in his post Da Lench Mob days, Shorty is aiming for a comeback. He spent several years in the late 90s learning the music business from people like producer QDIII and Wendy Day of the Rap Coaltion. After a lengthy industry education, he’s releasing a solo album in September called Short Stories on his own imprint, Bow Tie Entertainment. Among the guests slated to appear are Coolio, one time Cube pal (and frequent Cube critic) Kam, Boo Ya Tribe and RBX. His former partner J-Dee continues to be housed in same California state prison that Shorty himself was in and isn’t due to come home until 2004. Shorty has also commissioned L.A. marketing firm The Radio Bums to create a website at http://www.dalenchmob.com and has multiple documentary film projects in the works.

Although Shorty claims Da Lench Mob is owed over 1.5 million dollars by Ice Cube and his former boss turned his back on the group when the chips were down, he still has love for the man who put him in the game. “If none of this had went down and J-Dee never went to jail, we’d probably be some arrogant ass rappers to this day. It really humbled me,” Shorty said thankfully.

Even with years of acrimonious rap game experiences in tow, Shorty remains optimistic. “I’m not bitter because I’m gonna get mine regardless.”

Unfortunately, Cube’s high profile perch has prevented the two from speaking since L.A.’s 1997 hip-hop summit after the death of the Notorious B.I.G. Nonetheless, he’d still like to see Cube dish out some well-earned payback and “do what’s right and take care of those who helped you.”





DJ Pooh ft Kam - Whoop Whoop  Ice Cube diss!
http://www.youtube.com/v/OfF3Rwtfwcw

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Kam
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kam_(rapper)


Kam is an American political rapper known primarily among hip hop fans and music critics during the 1990s. Born in Los Angeles, California, he is considered an esteemed West Coast underground rapper. He is known for his Afrocentric lyrics, Nation of Islam membership and affiliation with his cousin fellow West Coast rapper Ice Cube. He is also known for his powerfully commanding baritone voice and knack for using multisyllabic rhymes.[1][2] He has only released two albums since his well-received 1993 debut album Neva Again. That album featured inflammatory anti-government lyrics and hit single "Peace Treaty," a song about the 1992 Los Angeles riots that somewhat justified and played down the actions of Black rioters and looters. "Peace Treaty" reached #2 on the Hot Rap Singles chart in 1993.

His first appearance on record was with the song "Every Single Weekend" from the 1991 Boyz n the Hood soundtrack. Since then, he has collaborated with artists including Ice Cube, Erick Sermon, MC Ren, C-Bo, DJ Quik, DJ Pooh, Tha Eastsidaz, Method Man, KRS-One, Snoop Dogg, Yukmouth and Public Enemy amongst others. He has released music as part of two record labels, East West Records and JCOR Entertainment. He is currently a member of Guerrilla Funk Recordings and plans to release an album named The Self.[3] He is currently a member of the West Coast supergroup Warzone with MC Eiht and Goldie Loc.[4]


Suga Free and Mausberg; Konnectid Project, Vol. 1
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09 Shut Up.m4a  Ice Cube Diss!!
http://www.mediafire.com/?5zonmcjtdnp

Quote
Shut Up Lyrics
http://www.lyricsondemand.com/s/sugafreemausberglyrics/shutuplyrics.html

Yo it's a lotta niggas bangin' the realest that ain't worth it
You bein' fake
You're fuckin' with Mausberg the Great
The king of the block
Lickin' hot shots to keep the pesticides off my jock
Well if it's on then it's on
I'm bustin' with the black and the chrome
Black tech gangsta, platinum crowns on my dome
You wanna rumble, chuck em around with the superb
Come up show, chain tokin' all your herb
I'm'a (?) this nigga with (?) in the game
And this bullet goes out to niggas bitin' my name
Thought it was subliminal, but real doggs recognize them thangs
That's why your chronic bout to change the game
Certified bet, before my album even pop
And fuckin' with Quik, that's certified platinum when I drop
And I'm callin' out competitors, lettin' you know
If you fuck with the Berg I gun ya down fo sho

[CHORUS x2]


Shut up, nigga
You're fuckin' with my name 'stead of my game
Fuckin' with my fame
Shut up nigga
And mind your own
Before you can't find your own

Ey yo I keep a full metal jacket
The opposite of a bad habit
Medicatin' niggas who start static
It's on now, jet line suits and war boots
Marine green canteen (?) and lime juice
Mausberg the superior
You never heard of a more (?) nigga comin' out the urban area
Fake, fraud, and fictitious
Like som parsley in a Ziploc bag
I got the crown fool, it ain't for grabs
I run through the biggest packs of niggas
With my fists cocked back, and ready for combat
And hit ya, with six blows to ya cranium
I'm the dime nigga
Fuck this rap hunch niggas, I'm gainin' em
It's the Y2K, but the glitch is in this bitch niggas
Don't want to ride with they own kinda niggas
Me and Quik bout to take it to the limit
Erasin' all coward ass punks and gimmicks
We the realest for real

[Chorus x2]

I'm still sportin' gray jeans with the black and white Polo's
With the chucks cut lo do's
Niggas thought that I was goin' Hollywood
After rhythmalism
But all that taught me was to keep it realism
Give a pound to my real thugs
Use a jimmy when I fuck a bitch
Stay away from unknown drugs
But unlike y'all, bitch made, don't know where you from
Lyin' on your records about niggas you done
Fuck what happened to Cavaricci jeans and backpacks
Where you get them khakis and that dog patch
You ain't no gangsta
You only get in to fit in
Take yo ass to the circus with your family and friends
Cuz i'm too rough, too (?), too rugged for y'all kind
And I gotta keep them cowards from crossin' the red line
Pointe blank, niggas'll do whatcha do
But keep in mind when you come across the Berg you're through

[Chorus x3]


do you have all of the shorty album ? i have never sen it before . if you do please spot it up or send me a link  or can you still buy it ?
Title: Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside*
Post by: RAIDErs of the lost ark on October 16, 2007, 10:00:51 AM
kurupt - no vaseline pt. 2 dissin snoop dogg soopafly.mp3
http://www.mediafire.com/?b9jm0yydstj

Damn,this track he Kurupt even says some shit about Em,not really a diss but he got some words for him.
Daz,Snoop,Soopafly etc. get theirs.
06 - One Thangs Fo Sho'.mp3
http://www.mediafire.com/?ccm0jejj2y2

Riflemen-riflez.mp3 Here Kurupt goes hard on Daz. Jacked from DubCNN´s front page.
http://www.mediafire.com/?8mlhzozwv8j
Title: Re: NWA caught some heat back in the days *Diss Tracks*
Post by: Dre-Day on October 18, 2007, 08:41:32 AM
Tweedy Bird Loc did a diss track back to Ren on his 2nd album
No Holds Barred
(http://ec1.images-amazon.com/images/P/B000001YX8.01._SCMZZZZZZZ_.jpg)
I only have this on tape,the album and track suck so never bothered to get the album.
But for the sake of the thread,I will put up a official request for the diss track to MC Ren

here is it, Tweedy bird loc - Y'all Can't Fucc With Us    (Eazy-E & MC Ren diss):
http://www.zshare.net/audio/4297241162f1ad/

by the way, "Tweedy bird loc" is a nice name for a rapper lol...

Title: Re: NWA caught some heat back in the days *Diss Tracks*
Post by: RAIDErs of the lost ark on October 18, 2007, 10:04:43 AM
MC Ren; Shock of the hour
(http://www.artistdirect.com/Images/Sources/AMGCOVERS/music/cover200/drd900/d945/d94587cg2ua.jpg)
05 One False Move.m4a produced by Tootie  Diss towards Tweedy Bird Loc
http://www.mediafire.com/?bj2nggdkygi

Tweedy Bird Loc did a diss track back to Ren on his 2nd album
No Holds Barred
(http://ec1.images-amazon.com/images/P/B000001YX8.01._SCMZZZZZZZ_.jpg)
I only have this on tape,the album and track suck so never bothered to get the album.
But for the sake of the thread,I will put up a official request for the diss track to MC Ren


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MC Ren Shock Of The Hour review The Source Magazine No.53 Feb.1994
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http://www.flickr.com/photo_zoom.gne?id=1052866654&size=l
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http://www.flickr.com/photo_zoom.gne?id=1053312256&size=l


Tweedy Bird Loc did a diss track back to Ren on his 2nd album
No Holds Barred
(http://ec1.images-amazon.com/images/P/B000001YX8.01._SCMZZZZZZZ_.jpg)
I only have this on tape,the album and track suck so never bothered to get the album.
But for the sake of the thread,I will put up a official request for the diss track to MC Ren

here is it,
No Holds Barred
(http://ec1.images-amazon.com/images/P/B000001YX8.01._SCMZZZZZZZ_.jpg)
Tweedy bird loc - Y'all Can't Fucc With Us (Eazy-E & MC Ren diss):
http://www.zshare.net/audio/4297241162f1ad/

by the way, "Tweedy bird loc" is a nice name for a rapper lol...



Ha,ha,thanx been a while since heard that track.
Damn,they might be "gangsters",but they sure as hell can´t rap. Ha,ha
Title: Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside
Post by: Tha Psycho Hustla on October 22, 2007, 10:09:04 AM
kurupt track features danny boy.
mc ren tracks features on don jagwarr.
where you get that bg knocc out + dresta track?
dope ass thread.
Title: Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside*
Post by: Shango on October 22, 2007, 10:14:52 AM
I think there is a diss to Mobb Deep and them in Allfrumtha I - Hoo'ridin:

Artist: AllFrumThaI f/ Boo Kapone, CJ Mac, The Comrads, WC
Album:  AllFrumThaI
Song:   Hoo-Ride'n


Westside!!!!
Ey, nigga
Westside

(Verse 1 -Boo Kapone)
My nigga Bink got my back,
Nigga Squeak got the gat
Whan I'm faded off some 'yak
When I'm peelin niggas cap, nigga
Fools talk about L.A., L.A.
sounding gay
I doubt if these niggas down for gunplay
And if they hard runnin hollow point tips

I'm coming from the land of the Bloods and Crips
So keep my muthafuckin city out yo dental
It's Westside til I die, y'all can't fade South Central
Nigga, I'm bustin wit not discussion
Down wit the Comrads like I was rushin
Bs and Cs on the same team
wit the same dream: tryna regulate the green
Nigga, Boo kapone faded off the 40 bottle
The Westside Connect Gang ain't naythin but my role model
So back the fuck up
Get smacked the fuck up
My whole game is to dissolve this rap
Title: Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside*
Post by: Shango on October 22, 2007, 10:24:25 AM
AllfrumTha I - Hoo Ridin'

http://www.zshare.net/audio/437695437d20b9/
Title: Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside
Post by: Tha Psycho Hustla on October 23, 2007, 05:22:06 AM



kurupt track features danny boy.
mc ren tracks features on don jagwarr.
where you get that bg knocc out + dresta track?
dope ass thread.

What Kurupt track featuring Danny Boy?
MC Ren featuring Don Jagwarr? Can´t remember that one either....
Up them if you got them?
I found and jacked the BG Knocc Out and Dresta track from this board a couple of months ago,can´t remember who hooked it up.
[/quote]

05 One False Move.m4a produced by Tootie  Diss towards Tweedy Bird Loc
http://www.mediafire.com/?bj2nggdkygi

06 - One Thangs Fo Sho'.mp3
http://www.mediafire.com/?ccm0jejj2y2

it was already there lol.not by me.
Title: Re: NWA caught some heat back in the days *Diss Tracks*
Post by: Fiyah on October 23, 2007, 05:30:59 AM
haha this Tweedy Loc was bit of a troublemaker  :D

LOL yeah i think he dissed queen latifah too on "Im Calling You A Bitch"  :D

anyone can hook me up with that RBX album that would be cool
Title: Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside
Post by: Dre-Day on October 25, 2007, 03:27:27 AM
here you go

Tweedy bird loc - I'm Calling You A Bitch:
http://www.zshare.net/audio/4437262cd275cf/
Title: Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside
Post by: Tha Psycho Hustla on October 25, 2007, 09:33:10 AM
^^ damn that was quick.:D
thanks.

"mc lyte i wann fuck you too, you dyke-ass bitchez out there" lol.
the song is mad funny.
poor queen :-[ 8)
Title: Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside*
Post by: RAIDErs of the lost ark on October 30, 2007, 01:35:34 PM
Who was Eazy talking about in "Eazyer said than dunn" when he said how you gonna diss me you don't even know me.
He called him a toy too.

Not sure who he dissed.
(http://www.urban.youvox.fr/IMG/jpg/16.jpg)
Eazy-E - Eazy-er Said Than Dunn
http://www.youtube.com/v/XMSfzdI902g
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XMSfzdI902g
Quote
TOY: Inexperienced or incompetent writer.
http://www.at149st.com/glossary.html

BG Knockout & Dresta; No Respect 93.mp3 Snoop diss! unreleased.
http://www.mediafire.com/?am50dybnetb

Some shit Dre-Day hooked up;
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B.G & Dresta - DPG Killa(DPG/ death row diss):
http://www.zshare.net/audio/4580412ddd1655/
Eazy-E - Wut would u do (Dre/death row diss):
http://www.zshare.net/audio/4580333d581f17/
Eazy-E ft. BG K.O., Dresta & Sylk - Ole school shit(Dre/death row diss):
http://www.zshare.net/audio/4580488576cbe4/

Eazy E - Real Muthaphuckkin "G"s (explicit version) Dr.Dre and Snoop diss.
http://www.youtube.com/v/9m3ipumGA1s

Tha Dogg Pound - What Would You Do Diss to BG Knocc out and Dresta! CLASSIC  :firedevil:
http://www.youtube.com/v/2pvR48FvXy4&rel
Title: Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside
Post by: Dre-Day on October 30, 2007, 02:02:01 PM
that what would you do track is so dope  8)
but in general, most of these ruthless disses by death row weren't that hard imo, because the instrumentals are basically party tunes(besides, what would you do was only a minor diss compared to what BG&Dresta did).
i mean, fuck with dre day would be a much better diss track if the instrumental wasn't a party tune ( don't get me wrong, i love g-funk, it's just that smooth/laid back beats and diss tracks don't fit well imo; besides, death row also has had some dark g-funk tracks).
i mean, DPG killa, Wut would u do, Real, Muthaphuckkin "G"s had darker beats and that's why it worked out better for the disses ( not that the lyrical content was better than the death row disses; ruthless artists dissed death row more than death row did to ruthless though).

the Dre-day video is quite hilarious though, especially the intro; that's one of the reason why i still think it's a good diss track. but dre & snoop would sound more raw over a darker beat ( the deep cover/the day the niggas took over/a nigga with a gun type of beats) ;)
Title: Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside
Post by: RAIDErs of the lost ark on October 30, 2007, 03:28:19 PM
that what would you do track is so dope  8)
but in general, most of these ruthless disses by death row weren't that hard imo, because the instrumentals are basically party tunes(besides, what would you do was only a minor diss compared to what BG&Dresta did).
i mean, fuck with dre day would be a much better diss track if the instrumental wasn't a party tune
(don't get me wrong, i love g-funk, it's just that smooth/laid back beats and diss tracks don't fit well imo; besides, death row also has had some dark g-funk tracks).
i mean, DPG killa, Wut would u do, Real, Muthaphuckkin "G"s had darker beats and that's why it worked out better for the disses
(not that the lyrical content was better than the death row disses; ruthless artists dissed death row more than death row did to ruthless though).

the Dre-day video is quite hilarious though, especially the intro; that's one of the reason why i still think it's a good diss track. but dre & snoop would sound more raw over a darker beat (the deep cover/the day the niggas took over/a nigga with a gun type of beats) ;)



I agree 100%,that´s why those disses wasn´t my first priority.
The DPG killa track is dope,damn I have lost that album need to look for it online.
Upload that track for the sake of the thread and any other diss tracks would be appriciated too.
I will add more beefs,but will try to keep it as West Coast related as possible.
Title: Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside
Post by: Dre-Day on October 31, 2007, 12:14:00 PM
sure,
B.G & Dresta - DPG Killa(DPG/ death row diss): http://www.zshare.net/audio/4580412ddd1655/

Eazy-E - Wut would u do (Dre/death row diss):  http://www.zshare.net/audio/4580333d581f17/

Eazy-E ft. BG K.O., Dresta & Sylk - Ole school shit(Dre/death row diss): http://www.zshare.net/audio/4580488576cbe4/

to add a few  ;) but the whole death row-ruthless beef was obviously bullshit though; it started real serious with dre-day however.
 i'm not picking sides, but there must be some truth in the eazy-e diss ( i mean, ice cube also disses eazy-e because of money, and MC Ren wasn't getting along with Eazy-E for a while, because of similar reasons; even though he didn't leave the label. that's 3 out of 5 NWA members!).
i've read that book by Jerry Heller(R.I.P. Eazy-E), and offcourse Ice cube and Dre have exaggerated a bit, but the way Jerry talks about the D.O.C. , Dre and Ice Cube kinda disappointed me, i thought he would be more mature. that's why i rather believe what Dre, MC Ren, Ice Cube, and the D.O.C. said.
ironically, Eazy-E was the key to a NWA reunion, but that's another story  ;)

Title: Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside
Post by: RAIDErs of the lost ark on October 31, 2007, 01:32:00 PM
B.G & Dresta - DPG Killa(DPG/ death row diss): http://www.zshare.net/audio/4580412ddd1655/
Eazy-E - Wut would u do (Dre/death row diss):  http://www.zshare.net/audio/4580333d581f17/
Eazy-E ft. BG K.O., Dresta & Sylk - Ole school shit(Dre/death row diss): http://www.zshare.net/audio/4580488576cbe4/

Have added your hook up´s to the Death Row VS Ruthless beef post.
I like to have it all organized. All those tracks is fire.  :firedevil:

But the whole Death Row-Ruthless beef was obviously bullshit though; it started real serious with dre-day however.
I'm not picking sides,but there must be some truth in the eazy-e diss
(I mean,Ice Cube also disses eazy-e because of money,and MC Ren wasn't getting along with Eazy-E for a while,
because of similar reasons; even though he didn't leave the label. that's 3 out of 5 NWA members!).

Maybe I´m crazy,but the way I see it is that Cube and Dre got jealous of Eazy.
Hey,he owned Ruthless,was a solo artist,a member of NWA and exucitive producer on all the records.
Why wouldn´t he be compensated for that?
Suge was hanging with The D.O.C (wasn´t he is bodyguard at one point?) and got in his ear,who lead to D.O.C getting in Dre´s ear.
Suge´s divide and conquere plan worked,so what happent?
Dre got in a even worse sitiuation,and Dre still hasn´t learned. He still ain´t his own man.
It´s a shame they didn´t work it out before it got out of hand,
I guess Suge bullshit mouth was more convincing than Eazy´s at the time.
Snoop and them was already around when they recorded Niggaz4Life,so they would naturally become a part of the Ruthless family.
The Ren issue wasn´t because of money,I posted some scans of a Source interview where he talk about this.
All them other cats stayed behind,only Cube,Dre,D.O.C and Michellé left. Above The Law,Kokane,Ren and Yella stayed so.....
But there´s always two sides to a story,and we wasn´t there personally so who are we to say what was going or not?  :laugh:

I've read that book by Jerry Heller(R.I.P. Eazy-E),and offcourse Ice cube and Dre have exaggerated a bit,
but the way Jerry talks about The D.O.C.,Dre and Ice Cube kinda disappointed me,I thought he would be more mature.
That's why i rather believe what Dre, MC Ren, Ice Cube, and the D.O.C. said.
Ironically, Eazy-E was the key to a NWA reunion,but that's another story  ;)

What did Jerry say?
Damn,got to look that book up on Amazon....
Ruthless: A Memoir
(http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/418ENQ5SXNL._AA240_.jpg)
http://www.amazon.com/Ruthless-Memoir-Jerry-Heller/dp/1416917926/ref=pd_bbs_2/104-1374017-3992708?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1193862640&sr=1-2


Thanx again for bringing some words to a thread.
Title: Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside*
Post by: ToOoOoN!!! on October 31, 2007, 01:44:48 PM
fuck i need to buy that book!
Title: Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside
Post by: Dre-Day on October 31, 2007, 02:14:51 PM
Maybe I´m crazy,but the way I see it is that Cube and Dre got jealous of Eazy.
Hey,he owned Ruthless,was a solo artist,a member of NWA and exucitive producer on all the records.
Why wouldn´t he be compensated for that?
Suge was hanging with The D.O.C (wasn´t he is bodyguard at one point?) and got in his ear,who lead to D.O.C getting in Dre´s ear.
Suge´s divide and conquere plan worked,so what happent?
Dre got in a even worse sitiuation,and Dre still hasn´t learned. He still ain´t his own man.
It´s a shame they didn´t work it out before it got out of hand,
I guess Suge bullshit mouth was more convincing than Eazy´s at the time.
Snoop and them was already around when they recorded Niggaz4Life,so they would naturally become a part of the Ruthless family.
The Ren issue wasn´t because of money,I posted some scans of a Source interview where he talk about this.
All them other cats stayed behind,only Cube,Dre,D.O.C and Michellé left. Above The Law,Kokane,Ren and Yella stayed so.....
But there´s always two sides to a story,and we wasn´t there personally so who are we to say what was going or not?  :laugh:
nah it's not so crazy, i guess you're right about the jealousy; Dre wanted to have his "own" label so badly that he forgot to use his brains lol(sometimes i ask myself, does dre like to be a puppet?).
and thanks for correcting me about MC Ren, i just thought that the "Ren issue" was also about money problems.

What did Jerry say?
Damn,got to look that book up on Amazon....
Ruthless: A Memoir
(http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/418ENQ5SXNL._AA240_.jpg)
http://www.amazon.com/Ruthless-Memoir-Jerry-Heller/dp/1416917926/ref=pd_bbs_2/104-1374017-3992708?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1193862640&sr=1-2
well in the book,  he offcourse denied the claims by dre, ice cube, the d.o.c. but he also makes fun of them, and some of those jokes are on the level of the death row diss tracks by ruthless artists. i don't have a problem with jokes in a book, but when you write a book to pay tribute to somebody, i think these cheap shots should not be included. besides, some of these issues are outdated anyway; so there is no need to take any cheap shots. he actually talked about ice cube being beaten up by above the law, i mean why would you include such an incident if you want to pay tribute to Eazy-E?

he even did an attempt to rap, that was quite hilarious; he wrote a verse, which was basically a response to Ice Cube's No Vaseline.

you should buy the book if you really want to get a more inside look on ruthless records, Eazy-E, NWA and the issues with death row. there is also a chapter about Jerry's career before ruthless records however; that one wasn't really interesting imo, but the rest is.
Title: Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside*
Post by: Mygla on October 31, 2007, 02:36:17 PM
IMO it's wrong to say that Dre went from a bad deal to a worse deal... Financially, the deal he had with Death Row seems completely fine to me, probably creativly too... The problem was that Suge was a much more dominant person than Dre, and somehow he choked Dre's freedom during the years he spent at DR.

Oh, and I definately don't think Dre was a puppet at DR.... but he realized he could become one, so he left.

But at Interscope... that's another story...
Title: Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside
Post by: Tha Psycho Hustla on November 01, 2007, 04:16:34 AM
why was he a puppet?
Title: Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside
Post by: Dre-Day on November 01, 2007, 04:27:37 AM
well financially it probably was 50-50 with suge, but suge really was the CEO, and that president title for dre didn't really mean anything. in the beginning of death row dre probably had some control, but he eventually lost it.
Title: Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside
Post by: RAIDErs of the lost ark on November 01, 2007, 05:21:11 AM
What did Jerry say?
Damn,got to look that book up on Amazon....
Ruthless: A Memoir
(http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/418ENQ5SXNL._AA240_.jpg)
http://www.amazon.com/Ruthless-Memoir-Jerry-Heller/dp/1416917926/ref=pd_bbs_2/104-1374017-3992708?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1193862640&sr=1-2

Well in the book, he offcourse denied the claims by Dre,Ice Cube,The D.O.C. but he also makes fun of them,
and some of those jokes are on the level of the Death Row diss tracks by Ruthless artists.
I don't have a problem with jokes in a book, but when you write a book to pay tribute to somebody,
I think these cheap shots should not be included.
Besides,some of these issues are outdated anyway; so there is no need to take any cheap shots.
He actually talked about Ice Cube being beaten up by Above The Law,
I mean why would you include such an incident if you want to pay tribute to Eazy-E?

He even did an attempt to rap,that was quite hilarious; he wrote a verse, which was basically a response to Ice Cube's No Vaseline.


you should buy the book if you really want to get a more inside look on ruthless records, Eazy-E, NWA and the issues with death row. there is also a chapter about Jerry's career before ruthless records however; that one wasn't really interesting imo, but the rest is.

That didn´t sound profesional,that´s more like a subjective gossip book.
All that shit is over years ago,so he should have left all that shit behind him,like the rest of them.
At least if it´s a tribute book to Eazy,if it´s behind the scenes of Ruthless he could still write that stuff but in a objective way.
But I guess he had a grudge over that No Vaseline track after all these years,ha,ha  :laugh:
You should scan that verse for us,that would make our weekend,ha,ha.


IMO it's wrong to say that Dre went from a bad deal to a worse deal...
Financially,the deal he had with Death Row seems completely fine to me, probably creativly too...
The problem was that Suge was a much more dominant person than Dre,
and somehow he choked Dre's freedom during the years he spent at DR.
Oh,and I definately don't think Dre was a puppet at DR.... but he realized he could become one, so he left.
But at Interscope... that's another story...

well financially it probably was 50-50 with Suge, but Suge really was the CEO,
and that President title for Dre didn't really mean anything.
In the beginning of Death Row Dre probably had some control,but he eventually lost it.

I didn´t say that Dre didn´t have a better financial sitiuation over at Death Row.
But other than that I think Dre had it better over at Ruthless,money ain´t everything.
Quote from: tusken RAIDEr - CEO of The Dangerous Crew Movement link=topic=152524.msg1637351#msg1637351
But there´s always two sides to a story,and we wasn´t there personally so who are we to say what was going or not?  :laugh:
Title: Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside
Post by: Dre-Day on November 01, 2007, 06:01:13 AM
didn´t say that Dre didn´t have a better financial sitiuation over at Death Row.
But other than that I think Dre had it better over at Ruthless,money ain´t everything.
Quote from: tusken RAIDEr - CEO of The Dangerous Crew Movement link=topic=152524.msg1637351#msg1637351
But there´s always two sides to a story,and we wasn´t there personally so who are we to say what was going or not?  :laugh:
by the way, my previous post wasn't a reply to yours, because we pretty much agreed with eachother before; i was replying to tha psycho hustla and mygla.






Title: Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside
Post by: Dre-Day on November 02, 2007, 08:09:33 AM
ok i fixed it; you may want to edit my quote as well, since it links to the old thumbnail. i resized the image and reuploaded it:

(http://img140.imageshack.us/img140/1803/jerry2yp5.jpg) (http://imageshack.us)

yeah Jerry is a real gangster  :laugh:
Title: Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside
Post by: Tha Psycho Hustla on November 02, 2007, 10:47:02 AM
^^ lol.
Jerry Heller. ::)
Title: Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside*
Post by: Chad Vader on November 03, 2007, 11:57:44 AM
Jacked this from;
EVERY track by The Riflemen?

http://www.dubcnn.com/connect/index.php?topic=158351.0;topicseen
Prop bloodmoney2007 in there for this track right here;
Riflez (Daz Diss) - Kurupt, Jayo Felony, 40 Glocc
kurupt jayo felony  40 glocc - riflez daz diss.mp3 - 4.96MB (http://www.zshare.net/audio/4646461a783cd0/)
Title: Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside*
Post by: Blood$ on November 03, 2007, 04:17:11 PM
^  ;)  8)
Title: Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside*
Post by: Chad Vader on November 04, 2007, 08:03:52 AM
Beef article in XXL # 3 Dángelo cover.
Interview with KRS,MC Shan,B-Real,Cube,Tim Dog and Luniz

(http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2158/1857395434_8f6659f3bf_b.jpg)
(http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2171/1857406378_e542c04456_b.jpg)
(http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2045/1856592651_6b3d4dbe9f_b.jpg)
(http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2061/1857427362_f02c006184_b.jpg)
Title: Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside*
Post by: Chad Vader on November 11, 2007, 07:41:58 PM
P.K.O. Tha Good, Tha Bad, Tha Mafia © 1996 Youngsta Records
(http://cdbaby.name/p/k/pko.jpg)
13-san antonio ain't shit like compton.mp3 DJ Quik diss!
http://www.mediafire.com/?ex2w45dvtji
Title: Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside*
Post by: Chad Vader on November 11, 2007, 08:24:08 PM
Bobby Jimmy And The Critters - Roaches: The Beginning (Macola Record Co. - 1986)
(http://bp1.blogger.com/_NpsszbnPZMc/RbUUSxvHqEI/AAAAAAAAAIk/iQsAGBdOO84/s400/roaches.jpg)
02 New York Rapper.mp3 thsi track is HILARIOUS!  :laugh: :laugh: :laugh: :laugh: :laugh:
http://www.mediafire.com/?ajmswy1ydml

I cracked down when he made fun of Shante and Kurtis Blow,dude is CRAZY!!!!!
Title: Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside*
Post by: JEWBACCA on November 11, 2007, 08:40:38 PM
The Sixxx District from Long Beach dissing Snoop and some others

G'z Up
http://www.zshare.net/audio/4845562f36e52a/

Their whole album is dope though.
(http://a503.ac-images.myspacecdn.com/images01/37/l_eea32e895fa3cd1a135b882b5fda6346.jpg)
Title: Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside*
Post by: KC-HOODSTA on November 11, 2007, 08:43:51 PM
tweedy bird loc's second album no holds barred is fucking DOPE


he got on eazy and mc ren  BAD especially ren
Title: Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside*
Post by: KC-HOODSTA on November 11, 2007, 08:54:42 PM
tweedy bird loc's second album no holds barred is fucking DOPE
he got on eazy and mc ren  BAD especially ren

You can find that track in a previous post.....

i have the cd

i thin kit's called they wanna be liek me or somethign thas how it gos tho

"why these niggaz wanna be like me i don't know and don't give a fuck"


wonder where tweedy bird loc is at now
Title: Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside*
Post by: KC-HOODSTA on November 12, 2007, 08:04:15 AM
tweedy bird loc's second album no holds barred is fucking DOPE
he got on eazy and mc ren  BAD especially ren

You can find that track in a previous post.....

I have the cd
I thin kit's called they wanna be liek me or somethign thas how it gos tho
"why these niggaz wanna be like me i don't know and don't give a fuck"
wonder where tweedy bird loc is at now

Go back a couple of posts,Ren´s respond to the diss is also posted in the same post.


lol i got it also
Title: Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside*
Post by: Chad Vader on November 18, 2007, 06:25:59 AM
The Dangerous Crew VS Pooh Man


The Dangerous Crew;
(http://www.thugradio.net/too$hortpic.jpg)
get in where you fit part 2 Pooh man Diss!
http://www.mediafire.com/?f1pgjmmxdst


Pooh-Man Judgement Day
(http://g-ecx.images-amazon.com/images/G/01/ciu/19/ba/9433a2c008a06a7cf8b8b010._AA240_.L.jpg)
07 Ant Banks Dis.m4a Ant Banks Diss!
http://www.mediafire.com/?fjtmyhyn1d4
08 Bring It 2' Em.m4a Ant Banks diss!
http://www.mediafire.com/?1xe2yxngltn
11 Studio Gangster.m4a Spice 1 Diss!
http://www.mediafire.com/?4qnczy1rm0t
Title: Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside
Post by: Tha Psycho Hustla on November 18, 2007, 06:45:54 AM
btw, where iz pooh-man now?
Title: Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside
Post by: Tha Psycho Hustla on November 19, 2007, 10:27:40 AM
lol.
pac gave him props on "reppin 93" and he acted in "menace II society".
can some1 up some dope trizzacks by him?
Title: Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside*
Post by: Chad Vader on December 09, 2007, 05:11:12 PM
I jacked this from;
N.O.T.S Nig*as Off The Street (AUDIO) (Quik, Hi-C, AMG, 2nd II None DISS) 1992
http://www.dubcnn.com/connect/index.php?topic=161006.msg1666583#msg1666583
From the 1992 album TRUE BLUE...

N.O.T.S  Nig*as Off The Street (Quik, Hi-C, AMG, 2nd II None DISS)   http://www.zshare.net/audio/5356077da3fc63/


^^^^^^Prop Moon Knight  ;)




I jacked this from;
OFTB I Ain't From Compton (AUDIO) (NWA Diss) 1992
http://www.dubcnn.com/connect/index.php?topic=161015.msg1666700#msg1666700
From the 1992 album Straight Up Watts...
OFTB   I Ain't From Compton (NWA Diss)   http://www.zshare.net/audio/53576098eb0318/


^^^^prop Moon Knight  ;)




I jacked this from;
DAZ Pistol Whip (KURUPT, JAYO FELONY, PETEY PABLO DISS + MORE) (MP3) Question ?
http://www.dubcnn.com/connect/index.php?topic=161608.0

DAZ   Pistol Whip (KURUPT, JAYO FELONY, PETEY PABLO, ROSCOE, 40 GLOCC, KEITA ROCK, MOBB DEEP, ALCHEMIST DISS)
http://www.zshare.net/audio/54825116f45330/
Why at the end of the song does Daz diss the Alchemist ?
Was this because he had done beats for the Rifleman at the time ?

^^^^^^prop Moon Knight  ;)





I jacked this from;
DRU DOWN Mista Busta (MP3) (TOO SHORT DISS) 1996
http://www.dubcnn.com/connect/index.php?topic=161509.msg1671107#msg1671107
From the '96 album Can You Feel Me.
DRU DOWN   Mista Busta (TOO SHORT DISS)   http://www.zshare.net/audio/54589120123711/

¨¨¨¨¨prop Moon Knight  ;)
Title: Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside*
Post by: HEC on December 12, 2007, 11:28:37 AM
Tim Dog interview Hip Hop Connection February 1992 NO.37
(http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2143/2095232289_edbb79bc25_b.jpg)


thanks for this, good read
Title: Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside
Post by: Tha Psycho Hustla on December 12, 2007, 11:39:16 AM
OFTB dissed NWA right?
so why the bloody hell did suge and dre sign them nicz on tha rizzow?
Title: Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside
Post by: Dre-Day on December 12, 2007, 11:46:46 AM
lol Tim Dog was full of crap  :laugh: desperately looking for attention


Title: Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside*
Post by: Chad Vader on December 13, 2007, 05:21:34 AM
Here´s a little beef most people either don´t know about or don´t talk about; KRS and Cube.

KRS ONE interview 1 Hip Hop Connection March 1992 NO.38
(http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2412/2110790194_720ed36fe0_b.jpg)
(http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2114/2095265193_218d4129e4_b.jpg)
(http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2071/2095278485_31e5a6d41c_b.jpg)

FIXED!
Title: Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside
Post by: Tha Psycho Hustla on December 13, 2007, 10:21:58 AM
did krs and cube have beef?
i know mack 10 kinda dissed him one of his intros or something.
Title: Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside*
Post by: HEC on December 13, 2007, 10:43:34 AM
I thought Krs said something about Snoop and Dre at one point during the early mid 90's something to the effect that what they were doing was not hip hop, KRS is an all time great but no one has a bigger ego LOL
Title: Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside*
Post by: Chad Vader on December 13, 2007, 11:05:36 AM
I thought Krs said something about Snoop and Dre at one point during the early mid 90's something to the effect that what they were doing was not hip hop, KRS is an all time great but no one has a bigger ego LOL

Read the interview,I will re-scan the first page.
He had some kind of beef with Cube,can´t remember what. I have to re-read the interview myself.  ;) ;) :laugh: :laugh: :laugh:
He´s cool with Dre,I saw KRS perform a couple of years ago.
He has this board on stage with all the artists (pictures) HE thinks is real Hip Hop,
the only,I repeat the only two artists from the west coast he gave props too was Dre and Pac.
He went trough a gang of artists,where he pointed on a picture of the artist
and said their name and some bs (good things) about them
and made the audience shout "is real Hip Hop" back at KRS.
As you said he is one of the ALL TIME GREATEST,but fuck his ego.
Then again KRS is right "Gangster Rap" ain´t "Hip Hop",but who cares let it be what it is.
Title: Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside*
Post by: Mygla on December 13, 2007, 12:12:14 PM
didn't know KRS was a moron back then too... thought he developed it after he became irrelevant to the rap game... apparently not.
Title: Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside
Post by: ~Lucien~ on December 13, 2007, 12:39:18 PM
btw, where iz pooh-man now?

Not sure,he has been in and out of jail.
Maybe NonCentz know?
Spice told a funny story in one of his interviews,I think it was with Murder Dog Magazine.
Spice saw Pooh Man drive past his house with police cars chasing him after a bank robbery....  :laugh: :laugh: :laugh:
Dude is crazy...

haha classic
Title: Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside
Post by: cStyle on December 13, 2007, 01:10:14 PM
btw, where iz pooh-man now?

Not sure,he has been in and out of jail.
Maybe NonCentz know?
Spice told a funny story in one of his interviews,I think it was with Murder Dog Magazine.
Spice saw Pooh Man drive past his house with police cars chasing him after a bank robbery....  :laugh: :laugh: :laugh:
Dude is crazy...

haha classic

 ;D
Title: Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside
Post by: The Predator on December 13, 2007, 02:40:52 PM
Props on the Tim Dog interview, Fuck Compton was voted single of the year by the readers back then.

As for Krs he was also mumbling in an interview after 'Bow Down' dropped mumbling about Mack 10 and WSC to call him out coz hes real hip hop not the other rappers blah blah
Title: Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside
Post by: The Predator on December 13, 2007, 04:15:20 PM
^ Yew Read it, i remember also the Tim Dog interview in HHC when he dropped a 'Bitch with A Perm' they had a picture of a poodle doll with Snoops Doggystyle cartoon character on the leash.
Title: Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside
Post by: The Predator on December 13, 2007, 04:34:53 PM
^All good, drop some of the more recent westcoast reviews/interviews from that mag' when ya get time.
Title: Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside*
Post by: TrixR4Kids on December 15, 2007, 07:25:21 AM
Spice 1  - You Done Fucked Up - track15 from Amerikkka’s Nightmare – Pooh Man Diss

Pooh Man – Ain’t No Love – Too Short Diss

Gangsta Dre – Calling out Bustas – Brotha Lynch Hung  and Mr. Doctor Diss

Nonfiction – Gangsta Dre and Young Jayda – Willfully and Unlawfully – Brotha Lynch Hung Diss

X – Raided – Trial By Fury – Mr. Doctor Diss

Mr. Doctor – Only Odyssey – Sicx Diss

Chino XL –  - Dru Down Diss

  Chino XL  - Ghetto Vampire – 2pac Diss

Title: Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside*
Post by: K.Dub on December 24, 2007, 04:18:44 AM
Yukmouth - Somebody Gon' Die 2 Nite feat. Benjilino, Hussein Fatal, Tech N9ne, Tha Realest (Produced by Nan Dogg) Dissing Master P
(http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/thumb/7/7f/Yukmouth-godzilla.jpg/200px-Yukmouth-godzilla.jpg)2003
http://www.zshare.net/audio/58719797e2dff6/

Quote
(Chorus)
[Benjilino]
Somebody gonna die tonight
Get all of my niggaz, time to ride tonight
Disrespect a killa and them bullets gonna fly tonight
A nigga gonna die tonight
Somebody gonna die tonight
Get all of my niggaz, time to ride tonight
Disrespect a killa and them bullets gonna fly tonight
A nigga gonna die tonight

(Verse 1)
[Tech N9ne]
Hey yo I'm sick as a motherfucker, bitch you a motherfucker
You tryin' to diss on a motherfucker like me I'll kill you motherfuckers
Its a motherfuckin' shame how the motherfucker came
And grabbed my motherfuckin' name, And get to blowin' out ya motherfuckin' brains
I fuck hoes like a motherfucker, Even yours you motherfuckers
Tech N9ne is a motherfucker, I'll dispose of you motherfuckers
Pros, They wanna suck us, +Mitch Bade+ niggaz wanna buck us
Get the motherfucker, Hit the motherfucker
Kill'em and dont say shit, Motherfucker
I'm pissed them a motherfucker, Twist that motherfucker
Lift that motherfucker, Hey nigga you my motherfucker
Cause you busted on them motherfuckers, Shot up they motherfuckin crew
Motherfuckers who diss me, Motherfuck you
I'm raw as a motherfucker, Stand tall as a motherfucker
Punks is a motherfucker, Pop trunks on these motherfuckers
Niggaz is wrong as a motherfucker, Wont get a motherfuckin' thing
Trip of this motherfuckin' heat we bring
Motherfucker

(Chorus)
[Benjilino]
Somebody gonna die tonight
Get all of my niggaz, time to ride tonight
Disrespect a killa and them bullets gonna fly tonight
A nigga gonna die tonight
Somebody gonna die tonight
Get all of my niggaz, time to ride tonight
Disrespect a killa and them bullets gonna fly tonight
A nigga gonna die tonight

(Verse 2)
[Fatal Hussien]
I was raised up to blaze bang blicks
Hussien gets pissed if flames spit
Watch how pretty the pain get
Nigga, High til I die, Burry me a G
I'm strapped, A made nigga never worry me, I'm free
This is stricly for my niggaz now
Bless the dead, You know life goes on, We pour out a lil' liquor now
All these niggaz is hoes, And they wanna be Pacs
But I'm puttin' presure up on 'em when they under these glocks
And these pussies are panicked, To get frantic, Cause me and Yuk here
Somebody gonna die, Not me, Nigga I'm stuck here
Rap related, Criminally activated and evil
I wouldn't want to be you behind my fuckin' Desert Eagle
Complete most early on the streets of the east coast
Young guns fire, And niggaz bleed smoke
Addicted to livin' like a fuckin' felon
While beefin with rookie cops, For the cookie rocks niggaz sellin'
I'm an Outlaw

(Chorus)
[Benjilino]
Somebody gonna die tonight
Get all of my niggaz, time to ride tonight
Disrespect a killa and them bullets gonna fly tonight
A nigga gonna die tonight
Somebody gonna die tonight
Get all of my niggaz, time to ride tonight
Disrespect a killa and them bullets gonna fly tonight
A nigga gonna die tonight

(Verse 3)
[The Realest]
You see our adversaries crumble when we rumble with sick catasrophy
Fuck all these niggaz, It's the West in me
Thats why I gotta keep a vest with me, And I'mma ride 'til I rest in peace
[Yukmouth]
Makaveli rest in peace, All these wannabe's like Master P
All these niggaz screamin' blastephemy
You aint Pac nigga, Tatted up in them magazines
Bandanna'ed up in them magazines
You aint Pac, Fuck Percy
I put him in a hearst where the dirt be
I'm blood thristy, 42 shots like James Worthy
These lames in the game aint worthy to touch meals, Ya heard me
I bust 30 in your P. Miller ?? jersey
The Dirty Dirty is better off without you
Double X-L (XXL) doubt you, Wrote a fucked up ad about you
Cause you wack as fuck, You need to let ya kids bust
Quit fuckin' off ya brothers careers and give that shit up
Mini me nigga wanna be somebody else
Rappin' like ya Tupac, Can't be yaself
That'll get you shot, Better be somebody else
Everybody on No Limit sound like somebody else
You got a nigga that sound like Dru (Down), A nigga like Mystikal
A white boy like Eminem, The bitin' is critical
Ya son wanna be Bow Wow, The shit is pitiful
What a bitch nigga would do for a hundred mil' or two
Fuck off his niggaz too, Cali aint feelin' you
I bet C-Murder locked up thinkin' bout killin' you
Nigga, Rap-A-Lot Mafia we get the scrilla too
Roll with a thousand niggaz too, You bitin' ass nigga you

(Chorus)
[Benjilino]
Somebody gonna die tonight
Get all of my niggaz, time to ride tonight
Disrespect a killa and them bullets gonna fly tonight
A nigga gonna die tonight
http://ohhla.com/anonymous/yukmouth/godzilla/somebody.yuk.txt
Title: Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside*
Post by: TrixR4Kids on December 24, 2007, 06:19:17 AM
POOHMAN VS TOO SHORT and SPICE 1I’m not too sure why Too Short and Pooh Man started funking in the first place. Wasn't it over some contracts or some robbery or something?  it was over some street shit and Pooh Man wanted to kill Too Short, and that’s why Too Short moved to Atlanta.???I Know Poohman did some time for a robbery. might have been because Too Short moved To Atlanta and he was still claiming Oakland.  I think on the song "Thats Why" Too Short talks about it (song further down in the Luniz beef)

Spice 1 disses Poohman because Poohman dissed him and other Jive Artists.
spice 1 - you know done fucked up - track15.mp3 - 4.40MB (http://www.zshare.net/audio/587337436fa1fc/)

Pooh Man dissing Too Short
07 aint no love.mp3 - 7.32MB (http://www.zshare.net/audio/587342533e64eb/)
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TOO SHORT VS THE LUNIZ - (YUKMOUTH and KNUMSKULL)





The Too Short Luniz thing was over a misinterpreted lyric according to Wikipedia, but the drama got deep.

Some fan or associate of the Luniz, that was with the Luniz, Yukmouth and Knumskull,  was backstage at Summer Jam in the Bay Area and he pulled a Gun on Too Short. Why he pulled the gun? Its not too clear, but it might have been because of the lyrics in the song “PLAYA HATA”.. that Knumskull says


“It be them broke ass low cash busters tryin’ to quote.  THATs WHY THE TOWN(OAKLAND) GOT RID OF SHORT” –Knumskull  – PLAYA HATA – OPERATION STACKOLA.

I do however remember reading something about the Too Short thing with the Luniz actually started over some drug dealing stuff. Like the guy at CNOTE, had a connection on some dope and Too Short was trying to get the connect and at the same time I think the dude at CNOTE was offering a deal or something, probably distribution for Too Shorts Dangerous Records, but instead the dude signed “The Luniz” and put his money behind them. Then Too Short was pissed because he didn’t have the coke hook up with the CNOTE guy or the deal, and so that really started the tension between the groups. Then either the Luniz ended up getting the Record deal and the Coke connection with the CNOTE dude and thus Too Short got left out of the loop and things weren’t on good terms between him CNOTE and the Luniz. Which could be why Knumb even mentioning something about Too Short

luniz - operation stackola - playa hata.mp3 - 4.16MB (http://www.zshare.net/audio/58735721fd671c/)




Too Short replied back acknowledging that he took the line in the PLAYA HATA song as a diss and
Dissed both 106KMEL, the radio station that held the Summer Jam event, as well as the Luniz on the song

“That’s Why” from his 1996 album “Getting’ It”, where he uses the line that Knumskull said in the song “PLAYA HATA” regarding him leaving Oakland. In the Chorus of the song, Too Short repeats “That’s why the Town got rid of Short”

too_short gettin_it_1996-thr 06_24 - _03-too_short-thats_why-thr.mp3_ yenc-03-too_short-thats_why-thr.mp3 - 9.81MB (http://www.zshare.net/audio/58735481a6a964/)



Too Short and the Luniz later squashed the beef on 106KMEL, a very popular Bay Area Hip Hop and R&B music station that supported both rappers. On the Luniz album “Lunatik Musik”  Too Short and the Luniz Collaborated together and ended their beef publicly on air. Parts of Too Short meeting with the Luniz on the radio station can be heard on the beginning of the song “

03 funkin over nuthin.mp3 - 7.62MB (http://www.zshare.net/audio/58736521fac709/)
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From Wikipedia - ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------


Too $hort

The Luniz had an early rivalry with fellow Oakland rapper Too $hort over a misunderstood lyric in one of The Luniz' songs. The artists later "squashed" their rivalry by appearing on a track together called "Funkin' Over Nothing." Yukmouth appears on the Too Short compilation released in 2007 titled "I Love The Bay."
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YUKMOUTH and CBo(THUGLORDZ)    VS      MASTER P

From - Wikepidia------------------------------
 Yukmouth beef with Master P
Yukmouth's most famous and long lasting rivalry is with veteran rapper Master P. Yukmouth has claimed in numerous songs that he used to know Master P before either man became a famous rapper. According to Yukmouth, Master P had a different rapping style and was constantly laughed at by others. Yukmouth alleges that Master P "stole" or copied Yukmouth's style, along with his nickname "The Ice Cream Man" which later became the name of a Master P CD in 1996. While it is impossible to confirm whether Master P "stole" Yukmouth's style, Yukmouth did appear on a track recorded with fellow bay rapper Dru Down in 1994 called "The Ice Cream Man," and the Luniz released a different track with the same title in 1995 on their debut CD, Operation Stackola. Yukmouth has dissed Master P on every solo CD that he has recorded, along with both of the United Ghettos Of America CDs and all of his mixtapes.
Yukmouth said this about Master P in a Murder Dog interview “With Master P it was never about taking It to the streets. “ He be trying to copy niggas images and trying to make money off that shit., and he be dead serious about it.” So yuk felt he needs to speak up.
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Yukmouth and C-Bo also diss Master P on This song "Spray Yourself". They also diss him on other songs  I believe as well and alot of their anger has to do directly with MASTER P bitting off 2pac. Since both Yuk and Bo were friends with 2pac, they find it extremely disrespective that Master P would bite on 2pac's Image and rap style just to sell records especially after 2pac is dead. For example Master P signed a rapper by the name of

"KRAZY" to No Limit records and featured on the 504 Boyz  and he would rap like 2pac in a fashion similar to former Deathrow Artist
"The Realest"... MASTER P also did some other things that friends of 2pac's might find offensive, like buying a song from 2pac's mother and then having C-Murder peform it on his BOSSILINI album.. The song was 2pac's "When we RIDE ON OUR ENEMIES", which C-Murder never made clear in the album insert or on the song that The Lyrics were 2pac's and that C-Murder was dedicating his own song to him...



c-bo feat yukmouth - master p diss.mp3 - 3.77MB (http://www.zshare.net/audio/587390071b956b/)
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TRE 8 VS MASTER P

Tre 8 was a Down South rapper who Master P signed to No Limit around 1995 when he came out with his album

"GHETTO STORIES". Tre8 was probably better know for having started on THE DOWN SOUTH HUSTLERS COMPILATION, where his song FRIGHT NIGHT, from the GHETTO STORIES album, was made popular and he debuted before his album came out.

Tre 8 – Tru 2 Da Game was the TRU album that Master P along with C Murder and Silkk the Shocker released in 1997. Tre 8 explains in the track that Master P owes him money because he sold a lot of records and didn’t get paid. This was a common complain that rappers on No Limit records had. They would sell hundred of thousands of records or even millions, and many of them didn’t get paid much or any money or didn’t get their royalties checks, as Tre 8 explains in the end of the song “TRU 2 DA GAME”.

He says he still has love for No Limit, but he doesn’t have love for Master P , who he calls a “Bitch”.

05 tru 2 da game.mp3 - 6.59MB (http://www.zshare.net/audio/587400704c0deb/)
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MESSY MARV and GUCE VS G UNIT AND OBIE TRICE/ SHADY AFTERMATH
Messy Marv’s beef with G Unit has to do with the fact that he is on good terms with Irv Gotti, and Irv Gotti helps to promote Messy Marv, and since 50 cent went on BET and “snitched” and claim on national television that Murder Inc. was completely funded by drug money, Messy Marv is calling 50 Cent a snitch on the first track of that album “Disobayish.” Released in 2004. Messy Marv  does a parody  of the gay skit on 50 Cent’s Get Rich or Die Trying CD in which 50 has a Gay Murder Inc fan talk about how he like’s JA RULES MUSIC and how he likes to  “HOLLA” like Ja Rule’s hit “Holla.Holla”..

Messy Marv as well as other rappers, such as C-Bo and Yukmouth who feel 50 Cent is a Snitch as well for talking about Murder Inc.;s business publicly feel 50 Cents words could have helped spark an investigation on the company which lead to Irv Gotti being investigated in relation to possible connection he may have had to Kenneth “Supreme” Mc Griff, who was also under suspension of trying to have 50 Cent killed and who was convicted of Murder amongst other crimes involving drug dealing and money laundering.





01 baby intro 50 cent diss.mp3 - 4.79MB (http://www.zshare.net/audio/5874095955dc19/)


In addition to Messy Marv backing up his counterparts at Murder Inc., Messy Marv actually was angry at Obie Trice, who is also an affiliate of G Units and Shady, because Obie Trice had come to the bay to perform and when he went to the radio station and the Dj was interviewing him, and asked him how he liked San Francisco ,… Obie Trice replied “ I like it. The people are really nice, but I had to walk with my back against the wall the whole time. You know what I mean” – Obie Trice

Obie Trice was implying that because he was in San Francisco, and SF  has a lot of gay people that he had to walk with his back against the wall because the gay people were trying to hit on him.

Messy Marv as well as Guce who is also a promonate rapper in the bay area took offense to Obie Comments and called him out on his words.

15 in front of the buildings obie t.mp3 - 5.43MB (http://www.zshare.net/audio/5874170e42d108/)




TO BE CONTINUED...
Title: Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside*
Post by: Chad Vader on January 03, 2008, 06:57:42 PM
from www.raptalk.net
(http://www.raptalk.net/images/JWELLS_CAR_SHOT1_tn.jpg)

Nobody likes to see it, but it's sometimes a part of the game. With that said, we just received this new track by Producer/Artist J. Wells (Digital Smoke) taking aim at Aftermath's Bishop Lamont called "I Don't Give A Fuck!"
Not sure what the story behind it is, though I am told that we will be hearing it soon.
DOWNLOAD LINK:
http://www.zshare.net/audio/6164178d377363/

^^^^^Prop Styles1 for this one  ;)^^^^^
Title: Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside*
Post by: Chad Vader on January 09, 2008, 01:03:12 PM
Everlast VS DJ Quik;

I jacked this from here:
EVERLAST FEAT. KURUPT - ONE,TWO (PRODUCED BY FREDWRECK)
http://www.dubcnn.com/connect/index.php?topic=164770.0;topicseen
Ok, here is Feel It. It is a subliminal diss around 1:27 of the song the Quik diss kicks in.
The other Everlast diss to Quik is a song on Same As It Ever Was on a song called I'mma Swing It.
Still trying to find that album, might be in storage.
http://www.zshare.net/audio/63305836df3dfb/

^^^^Prop D-Nice for this one  ;) ^^^^
Title: Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside
Post by: Tha Psycho Hustla on January 11, 2008, 12:30:18 AM
´rupt was ona song when some1´s disses dj quik?
Title: Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside
Post by: The "Untouchable" DJR on January 11, 2008, 12:20:11 PM
Yukmouth - Somebody Gon' Die 2 Nite feat. Benjilino, Hussein Fatal, Tech N9ne, Tha Realest (Produced by Nan Dogg) Dissing Master P
(http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/thumb/7/7f/Yukmouth-godzilla.jpg/200px-Yukmouth-godzilla.jpg)2003
http://www.zshare.net/audio/58719797e2dff6/

Quote
(Chorus)
[Benjilino]
Somebody gonna die tonight
Get all of my niggaz, time to ride tonight
Disrespect a killa and them bullets gonna fly tonight
A nigga gonna die tonight
Somebody gonna die tonight
Get all of my niggaz, time to ride tonight
Disrespect a killa and them bullets gonna fly tonight
A nigga gonna die tonight

(Verse 1)
[Tech N9ne]
Hey yo I'm sick as a motherfucker, bitch you a motherfucker
You tryin' to diss on a motherfucker like me I'll kill you motherfuckers
Its a motherfuckin' shame how the motherfucker came
And grabbed my motherfuckin' name, And get to blowin' out ya motherfuckin' brains
I fuck hoes like a motherfucker, Even yours you motherfuckers
Tech N9ne is a motherfucker, I'll dispose of you motherfuckers
Pros, They wanna suck us, +Mitch Bade+ niggaz wanna buck us
Get the motherfucker, Hit the motherfucker
Kill'em and dont say shit, Motherfucker
I'm pissed them a motherfucker, Twist that motherfucker
Lift that motherfucker, Hey nigga you my motherfucker
Cause you busted on them motherfuckers, Shot up they motherfuckin crew
Motherfuckers who diss me, Motherfuck you
I'm raw as a motherfucker, Stand tall as a motherfucker
Punks is a motherfucker, Pop trunks on these motherfuckers
Niggaz is wrong as a motherfucker, Wont get a motherfuckin' thing
Trip of this motherfuckin' heat we bring
Motherfucker

(Chorus)
[Benjilino]
Somebody gonna die tonight
Get all of my niggaz, time to ride tonight
Disrespect a killa and them bullets gonna fly tonight
A nigga gonna die tonight
Somebody gonna die tonight
Get all of my niggaz, time to ride tonight
Disrespect a killa and them bullets gonna fly tonight
A nigga gonna die tonight

(Verse 2)
[Fatal Hussien]
I was raised up to blaze bang blicks
Hussien gets pissed if flames spit
Watch how pretty the pain get
Nigga, High til I die, Burry me a G
I'm strapped, A made nigga never worry me, I'm free
This is stricly for my niggaz now
Bless the dead, You know life goes on, We pour out a lil' liquor now
All these niggaz is hoes, And they wanna be Pacs
But I'm puttin' presure up on 'em when they under these glocks
And these pussies are panicked, To get frantic, Cause me and Yuk here
Somebody gonna die, Not me, Nigga I'm stuck here
Rap related, Criminally activated and evil
I wouldn't want to be you behind my fuckin' Desert Eagle
Complete most early on the streets of the east coast
Young guns fire, And niggaz bleed smoke
Addicted to livin' like a fuckin' felon
While beefin with rookie cops, For the cookie rocks niggaz sellin'
I'm an Outlaw

(Chorus)
[Benjilino]
Somebody gonna die tonight
Get all of my niggaz, time to ride tonight
Disrespect a killa and them bullets gonna fly tonight
A nigga gonna die tonight
Somebody gonna die tonight
Get all of my niggaz, time to ride tonight
Disrespect a killa and them bullets gonna fly tonight
A nigga gonna die tonight

(Verse 3)
[The Realest]
You see our adversaries crumble when we rumble with sick catasrophy
Fuck all these niggaz, It's the West in me
Thats why I gotta keep a vest with me, And I'mma ride 'til I rest in peace
[Yukmouth]
Makaveli rest in peace, All these wannabe's like Master P
All these niggaz screamin' blastephemy
You aint Pac nigga, Tatted up in them magazines
Bandanna'ed up in them magazines
You aint Pac, Fuck Percy
I put him in a hearst where the dirt be
I'm blood thristy, 42 shots like James Worthy
These lames in the game aint worthy to touch meals, Ya heard me
I bust 30 in your P. Miller ?? jersey
The Dirty Dirty is better off without you
Double X-L (XXL) doubt you, Wrote a fucked up ad about you
Cause you wack as fuck, You need to let ya kids bust
Quit fuckin' off ya brothers careers and give that shit up
Mini me nigga wanna be somebody else
Rappin' like ya Tupac, Can't be yaself
That'll get you shot, Better be somebody else
Everybody on No Limit sound like somebody else
You got a nigga that sound like Dru (Down), A nigga like Mystikal
A white boy like Eminem, The bitin' is critical
Ya son wanna be Bow Wow, The shit is pitiful
What a bitch nigga would do for a hundred mil' or two
Fuck off his niggaz too, Cali aint feelin' you
I bet C-Murder locked up thinkin' bout killin' you
Nigga, Rap-A-Lot Mafia we get the scrilla too
Roll with a thousand niggaz too, You bitin' ass nigga you

(Chorus)
[Benjilino]
Somebody gonna die tonight
Get all of my niggaz, time to ride tonight
Disrespect a killa and them bullets gonna fly tonight
A nigga gonna die tonight
http://ohhla.com/anonymous/yukmouth/godzilla/somebody.yuk.txt

I love this track shame Tha Realest's verse was cut.
Title: Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside*
Post by: HEC on January 14, 2008, 09:46:33 AM
I jacked this from;
EAZY-E's Ruthless Radio '93 - DPG, D.O.C, MICHEL'E call in
http://www.dubcnn.com/connect/index.php?topic=165658.0;topicseen
EAZY-E Ruthless Radio 1993  DPG, D.O.C, MICHEL'E call in
http://www.zshare.net/audio/64837354df2d26/

^^^^^Prop Moon Knight for this^^^^^  ;)
Some hilarious shit  :laugh: :laugh: :laugh: :laugh: :laugh:

LOL haven't heard this in a while, classic ;D
Title: Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside
Post by: Tha Psycho Hustla on January 14, 2008, 10:29:37 AM
´rupt was ona song when some1´s disses dj quik?

NO,don´t get it twisted.
The Quik joint appears on the Menace To Society OST.
Will up it later...  ;)

yeah i know you mean "dont fuck wit a nigga" from menace to society soundtrack.
but did everlast ever respond to quik?
Title: Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside*
Post by: HEC on January 14, 2008, 10:36:50 AM
On "What Would U Do?" there was a subtle diss to Everlast at the end of the track by Big Pimpin "can you see urself in a room with Everlast trying to steal a flow I don't think so" something to that effect, I know the track was posted earlier in the thread
Title: Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside
Post by: Tha Psycho Hustla on January 14, 2008, 12:31:45 PM
^^ nah i dont think dpg would diss everlast.
why would they do it?
Title: Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside*
Post by: HEC on January 14, 2008, 02:07:39 PM
On "What Would U Do?" there was a subtle diss to Everlast at the end of the track by Big Pimpin
"can you see urself in a room with Everlast trying to steal a flow I don't think so"
something to that effect, I know the track was posted earlier in the thread

 :laugh: :laugh: :laugh: :laugh: :laugh: :laugh: :laugh: :laugh: :laugh:
Damn,that´s a DOPE subtle diss  :laugh: :laugh: :laugh: :laugh: :laugh:

LOL ;D
^^ nah i dont think dpg would diss everlast.
why would they do it?

Well Quik started being managed by Suge I think around that time or maybe later but I guess the first Death Row/Quik affiliation was in 1994 when 2nd II None had a track on the Above The Rim sdtk and then Quik had "Dollaz & Sense" on Murder Was the Case sdtk so maybe Suge encouraged that diss at the end of "What Would U Do?", not out of the question just a theory
Title: Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside
Post by: bigpimpin20 on January 15, 2008, 03:02:45 AM
Ap.9, C-Bo & Lil' C-Style-What Up (Dr.Dre Diss) ---> http://www.zshare.net/audio/653011433a93c5/
Title: Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside
Post by: Tha Psycho Hustla on January 15, 2008, 05:54:54 AM
^^ dope shit.never heard of it.
but why is bo and ap9 dissin him?i understand lil c style tho.ok maybe because he aint down wit tha west.
but at the otha hand, even lil c style has nothing to say or do with dre.why would he diss him?
and the famous "fuck dre" track, why would reales and swoop g diss him?
and that shit about everlast first dogg pound diss him and then kurupt is on song with him?but i still think that that line was aimed at everlast.
has some1 more info?
Title: Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside*
Post by: Chad Vader on January 27, 2008, 08:05:56 AM
ED Lover and East Coast Dr.Dre making fun of Dr.Dre and Snoop Part.1
http://www.youtube.com/v/YgkBPm_0N0k&rel
ED Lover and East Coast Dr.Dre making fun of Dr.Dre and Snoop Part.2
http://www.youtube.com/v/sIZSesMkwUI&rel

^^^^^^
This was done while Tim Dog was the shit on the East,they even had Tim Dog as guest a couple of times  >:( >:(
Will upload the Tim Dog shit when I come by it.... got it on a tape somewhere in my stash.... ;) ;)
Title: Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside
Post by: Tha Psycho Hustla on January 27, 2008, 08:21:46 AM
^^ chad you are the man on the board man.an OG! 8)
proped.
Title: Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside*
Post by: Chad Vader on March 02, 2008, 10:53:00 AM
WSC VS Common

315 Ice Cube interview in Subculture.jpg
(http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3067/2301440335_0474b03fce_b.jpg)
(http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3208/2301442507_3437c7891f_b.jpg)
(http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3066/2302240488_4082b6d885_b.jpg)
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XXXXX

319 common sense interview in Subculture.jpg
(http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2252/2302248638_f98b4c35b8_b.jpg)
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Title: Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside*
Post by: Mygla on March 02, 2008, 01:17:19 PM
wow, those interviewers really had it in for Cube... and had Common's nuts stuck on their toncils.
Title: Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside*
Post by: Chad Vader on March 03, 2008, 09:40:04 AM
wow, those interviewers really had it in for Cube... and had Common's nuts stuck on their toncils.

...and they made it like it was Cube that started it.
And all this bullshit about gangster is played out,don´t they get that Gangster rap is the way West Coast artists do Hip Hop?
Title: Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside*
Post by: Chad Vader on March 09, 2008, 02:02:43 PM
Who Been There, Who Done That
http://www.dubcnn.com/connect/index.php?topic=172544.0
Enjoy!!
09 J-Flex-Who Been There, Who Done That?.mp3 - 4.11MB (http://www.zshare.net/audio/8664487517c57c/)
8) 8) 8)!!
09 J-Flex-Who Been There, Who Done That?-.mp3 - 10.28MB (http://www.zshare.net/audio/8664760a0a406a/)
8) 8) 8) 8) 8) ;) ;)
The Video
http://www.youtube.com/v/fqSmwd5Clmk
Title: Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside*
Post by: COMPTONRIDA1 on March 29, 2008, 08:50:20 PM
MC EIHT DISS.. THA CHILL AND MAKO CAPONE....
http://myspacetv.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=vids.individual&videoid=31156833 (http://myspacetv.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=vids.individual&videoid=31156833)
Title: Re: Beef Thread; NWA,WSC,Tim Dog & the East Coast VS West Coast *Diss Tracks ins
Post by: Dre-Day on April 12, 2008, 03:36:46 AM
DJ Pooh ft Kam - Whoop Whoop  Ice Cube diss!
http://www.youtube.com/v/OfF3Rwtfwcw

it's funny how contradiction seems to surround cube so often  :P

Kam dissed Cube for the same reason Cube dissed Jerry & Eazy  :laugh:
Title: Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside
Post by: Dre-Day on April 12, 2008, 09:34:53 AM
^^^
and in one of his recent interviews (dubcnn?),he's asked if he had plans to sign more artists.
Where he says something like "if the artist is a success he get's a ego and wants all the credits.
if he flops he bitch and blame me for not doing my job right"

^^^ hmmm,self experienced? ^^^

 :laugh:

he won't admit it though, that's a too big step  ;)

Jerry talks about this too as you probably have read in his book
Title: Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside
Post by: Dre-Day on May 03, 2008, 05:04:02 AM
CJ Mac had some skit where he was talkin' down on Dr. Dre because of his street cred.. imagine if he never did that, he's one of the best from the West.

(http://www.artistdirect.com/Images/Sources/AMGCOVERS/music/cover200/dre800/e804/e804148zop0.jpg)
06 fuck dr.dre.m4a
http://www.mediafire.com/?egjgmyyvlen
Quote
CJ Mac
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CJ_Mac
CJ Mac (born in the Slauson Avenue of South Central Los Angeles), is an African American rap artist.

He released his debut album, "True Game", on Rap-A-Lot Records in 1995 as Mad CJ Mac.
He was originally going to release the album through Ruthless Records.
In 1999 CJ Mac released "Platinum Game" on Mack 10's Hoo-Bangin' Records.[1] It featured Mack 10, WC, Too Short, and TQ. He insulted Dr. Dre on one of the album's interludes. He appeared in the movie Thicker Than Water with Mack 10 and Fat Joe, where he played a druglord called Gator.[2]

CJ Mac also directed a documentary On the C-Walk, in which he revealed that he was in the Rollin 60's Neighborhood Crips street gang in his youth. CJ Mac is also known for working with Death Row Records in late 2000 with his song "I Ain't Fuccin Wit' Cha," in which he insulted Dr. Dre for leaving the label and declaring gangsta rap dead, as well as artists Hittman, Eminem, Snoop Dogg, Ice Cube and Aftermath Records. CJ Mac is also known for collaborating with artists C-Bo, Dresta, Poppa LQ, Mack 10, Techniec, Scarface and WC.



CJ is a cool dude.... i did a nice interview with him at a cigar shop on Sunset Blvd. last year... his basis for the diss on Dre according to our interview was because when Dre said that Gangsta Rap was dead, the music execs who took his word for gold, further stopped dealing with West Coast artists...


hey may be a cool guy in person,
but the personal attacks were straight weak; the situation with michelle is quite fucked up.
Dre and Michelle have a son together, which was mainly being raised by Suge Knight & Michelle after Dre & Michelle broke up  :-X

that CJ Mac hopped on the bandwagon was already an immature move, but the attacks made it even worse  ::)

he should have just kept his mouth shut as he's clearly biased and has no clue of what he's talking about.
Dre has done so much for westcoast music, yet he's still unthankful.
Dre's is not to blame for a change in demand in the rap music market.
besides, Dre is not a sugardaddy of "the west".

if it weren't for NWA, CJ Mac might have never had a deal in the first place.
not to mention that the True Game album imitates a sound that Dre brought to the mainstream  :P

yes it was a stupid move to leave Ruthless to form Death Row, but Dre came back to senses just in time; he did compromise when he let 2pac on California love for Death Row, but it turned out to be a smart move, as it helped keeping Dre's name "relevant" while jumping ship to form aftermath  ;)


Title: Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside*
Post by: Raiders4Life on May 25, 2008, 09:28:27 PM
I've always found it funny that Fatal and Yukmouth diss Master P for bitin' Pac on "Somebody Gonna Die Tonite" yet they have Tha Realest on the track.
Title: Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside*
Post by: Chad Vader on June 06, 2008, 07:16:45 PM
Re: BRAND NEW - MC Eiht - DEF WISH V PART 1& 2 - BANGERS 2008 !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! dissing Chill
http://www.dubcnn.com/connect/index.php?topic=182003.0
mc-eiht - def wish v2.mp3 - 5.77MB (http://www.zshare.net/audio/12834707a004358e/)

prop ichi for the track  ;)

THA CHILL DISSES EIHT..."HOOD COURT"
http://www.dubcnn.com/connect/index.php?topic=182971.msg1869522#msg1869522
HERE IS CHILL'S REPLY TO EIHT....
http://www.myspace.com/thachillcmw (http://www.myspace.com/thachillcmw)


Title: Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside*
Post by: COMPTONRIDA1 on June 06, 2008, 09:44:42 PM
myspace.com/MAKOCAPONE (http://myspace.com/MAKOCAPONE) - THE NEW DISS SONG FROM MAKO

HERES EIHT AND HIS NEWLY FOUND WANTED GANG OR WOMAN GANG

(http://i33.photobucket.com/albums/d82/COMPTONRIDA1/MCEIHTGAYEcopy.jpg)
Title: Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside
Post by: D-Stress on June 07, 2008, 04:48:46 AM
 ;D damn


i hoope the compton cyco smokes your ass somewhere!
Title: Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside
Post by: COMPTONRIDA1 on June 07, 2008, 01:10:49 PM
;D damn


i hoope the compton cyco smokes your ass somewhere!

IT AINT HOT ENOUGH FOR THE COMPTON CYCO TO PULL OUT HIS WATER GUN
Title: Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside
Post by: D-Stress on June 08, 2008, 09:19:22 AM
btw: it aint even mc eiht in the pic you posted.
Title: Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside*
Post by: K.Dub on June 08, 2008, 10:59:53 AM
I've always found it funny that Fatal and Yukmouth diss Master P for bitin' Pac on "Somebody Gonna Die Tonite" yet they have Tha Realest on the track.

True, all he did was talking bullshit, so they coulda skipped that.
It's a damn good diss though.
Title: Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside
Post by: grime on June 08, 2008, 11:26:46 AM
some things will neva change... .  cali lov to all the mc..
Title: Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside
Post by: D-Stress on June 28, 2008, 05:48:01 AM
^^ its snoop diss right?
Title: Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside*
Post by: Croatian Pimp on July 09, 2008, 11:12:19 AM
FUCKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK DPG FUCKEN STUDIO GANGSTAS


DRESTA N B.G KNOCC OUT CAME N STEPED UP 2 NATE DOGG N WHACK ASS DPG SO I DK WTF THEY TALKING BOUT FUCK DPG REAL G'S R EAZY-E B.G KNOCC OUT N DRESTA GANGSTA MOTHAFUCKASSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS
Title: Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside*
Post by: Chad Vader on July 23, 2008, 03:21:23 PM

Holly shit  :o,I just noticed that Erotic is taking several shots at D.O.C on this track;
Erotic D; The Game Is Ugly (D.O.C diss) from The Black Bruce Willis album (http://www.myspace.com/eworldentertainmentinc)



Once again Erotic goes at The D.O.C  :P
Payback; (Go back to smoking crack....  :P  you handicapped rapper   :P it's karma you punk  :P)
http://www.dubcnm.com/audio/2008/july/erotic_d-payback-(dubcnn).mp3

You ask why? Check Noncentz Erotic D feature;
http://www.dubcnn.com/interviews/eroticd-part3/
Title: Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside*
Post by: the ghost on July 23, 2008, 03:59:49 PM
Is croatian simp, I mean pimp the old gangsta t?
Title: Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside*
Post by: Chad Vader on August 24, 2008, 01:20:04 PM
(http://westsiderap.com/PictureLinks/K9Feature.jpg)
K9 - Fucc Suge
http://westsiderap.com/Audio/K9-FucSuge.mp3
Title: Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside*
Post by: Chad Vader on August 24, 2008, 02:08:42 PM
new X.O. - Put Em To Bed (Dissin Yayo, Ras Kass, Xzibit) (http://www.zshare.net/audio/1754444167b28e00/)
it was him dissing Xzibit on Our Turn
Title: Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside*
Post by: Chad Vader on August 25, 2008, 04:08:43 AM
YA BOY - iPOD (YUNG BERG DISS) *OFF "THE BAY AREA BULLY" (CDQ)(DJ)
(http://img246.imageshack.us/img246/7589/frontfinahostedtopfq5.jpg)
http://www.zshare.net/audio/17592147fea13849/
YA BOY - iPOD (YUNG BERG DISS) *OFF "THE BAY AREA BULLY" *DROPPING AUG. 26TH
(CDQ)(DJ)
Title: Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside*
Post by: Chad Vader on August 30, 2008, 03:24:26 PM
www.dubcnn.com
http://www.dubcnn.com/connect/index.php?topic=192563.0;topicseen
(http://www.dubcnm.com/artistimages/clintonwayne05.jpg)

We've got some new controversy for ya'll tonight, straight from the King Of The Desert Clinton Wayne. The Barstow rapper took offense to some comments that Hot Dollar made in his recent "I Am Detox" diss track aimed at The Game amongst others, where he states "If I didn't mention your name you made it hard to find it".

He's recorded a new track titled "Tax Write Off", on which he taks shots at Hot Dollar and adresses his issues with the Compton rapper. Of course, dubcnn has the track available for you to check out:

Hot Dollar - Tax Write Off (Hot Dollar Diss) (http://www.dubcnm.com/audio/2008/august/clinton_wayne-tax_write_off_hot_dollar_diss-(dubcnn).mp3)

Be on the look out for Clinton Wayne's next project "Desert Eagle" coming soon.
Title: Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside
Post by: D-Stress on August 30, 2008, 03:44:08 PM
^^ that´s too "new", stick 2 tha real shit.90´s.:)

now hatin on "new west" :rolleyes: artists tho´.
Title: Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside
Post by: Chad Vader on August 30, 2008, 03:55:41 PM
^^ that's too "new", stick 2 tha real shit. 90´s.:)

now hating on "new west"  ::) artists tho´.


I see what you're saying... but if it's only going to be about the usual suspects,this thread will die.
I got more oldies that I will upload in time.... but in mean while why not let some "new" cats get some shine?
Title: Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside
Post by: D-Stress on August 30, 2008, 04:23:24 PM
^^ who are the new cats?

they all sound the same.
back inna days every song had a diferent beat (even the style was the same east coast, west coast,south,etc.) but now?it´s all lil jon shit, no soul in music. :'(
Title: Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside
Post by: Chad Vader on August 30, 2008, 04:33:40 PM
^^ who are the new cats?

they all sound the same.
back inna days every song had a different beat (even the style was the same east coast, west coast,south,etc.) but now? it's all Lil Jon shit, no soul in music. :'(


So just because you don't feel these new cats (I posted a couple above).... I shouldn't include them?
Ain't that censorship and a little biased? (for the record I hardly have clue who they are)  ;)
Title: Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside*
Post by: Chad Vader on September 11, 2008, 09:43:58 AM
best rapper of all time to diss niggaz? (http://www.dubcnn.com/connect/index.php?topic=194039.0) Link
Title: Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside*
Post by: Chad Vader on September 24, 2008, 03:25:59 AM
Quote
Drama In the Bay?
Messy Marv Callin San Quinn A Snitch

http://youngandthefly.blogspot.com/2008/09/drama-in-bay-messy-marv-callin-san.html
(http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_IC_U9tqJOE4/SNdFckxNoSI/AAAAAAAAAFI/EAejKpWT0dU/s400/220px-MessyMarvPh_DouglasAdesko.jpg)

Looks like there maybe some drama between one time friends
Messy Marv and San Quinn,
Check out this new diss called "Talk Baseball" accusing San Quinn being a snitch!
http://www.zshare.net/download/1919568435273e55/

San Quinn´s reply;
"Fence Hopper" dissing Messy Marv and says AP.9 snitched
http://www.zshare.net/audio/1920779655e34486/

here is that first track that San Quinn had on his page but then took down
San Quinn - Messy Marv Is A Turf Hopper
http://www.zshare.net/audio/19236790c5358832/

and here is a new AP.9 interview speaking on the situation
http://www.zshare.net/audio/19243240753f5fbd

DAMN...ANOTHER NEW DISS!
Messy Marv - Killer (San Quinn Diss)
http://www.zshare.net/audio/19243225a64ceb77/

Messy Marv speaks on the situation
http://www.zshare.net/audio/1926168313615eb2/

Thread about this beef;
http://www.dubcnn.com/connect/index.php?topic=195147.msg1985170#msg1985170
Title: Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside*
Post by: Chad Vader on September 26, 2008, 02:35:34 AM
Luke; Cowards In Compton VIDEO Dr.Dre and Snoop diss
http://www.youtube.com/v/Jc9De5_lJDk&hl=en&fs=1
Title: Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside*
Post by: bigpimpin20 on September 28, 2008, 02:39:22 AM
Kill Kill AKA Mr.Keal
(http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/514N21C7W8L._SL500_AA240_.jpg)

http://www.zshare.net/audio/19569046d70358c7/ <--- Nine  One One (Dissin Xzibit & Eminem)

http://www.zshare.net/audio/19569396f9713eaa/ <--- All Up N' Yo Gutz (Dissin Xzibit & Kam)


Title: Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside*
Post by: Chad Vader on September 30, 2008, 02:39:41 PM
Quote
J.J. Fad: Anotha Ho (12") (1987) Roxanne Shanté, Sparky D, Howee Tee and Salt 'N' Pepa. diss
http://fuck-tha-muthaphukkin-police.blogspot.com/2008/09/jj-fad-anotha-ho-12-1987.html

The "average" J.J. Fad fan will probably tell you that there were three females in the group and they got started in 1988.
The "true" J.J. Fad fan (such as myself) will tell you that the two original members were MC J.B. (Juana Michelle Burns) and Baby-D (Dania Maria Birks).
They held auditions in MC J.B.'s den in Rialto, California where she grew up.
They soon had three additional members in the group (Anna Cash, Fatima Shaheed and Juanita A. Lee).
Their group name was, at that time, an acronym of each of their first initials.

They cut a record in 1987 called Anotha Ho which took jabs at east coast artists such as
Roxanne Shanté, Sparky D, Howee Tee and Salt 'N' Pepa.
This 12" also had the radio version on the b-side as well as the original version of Supersonic.

This group arrangement did not work out.
Eventually, the three additional members left the group and it was back down to the two sisters (sisters by blood-).
Somebody (the name escapes me at the moment) introduced them to Michelle Franklin (Sassy C) and they were then a trio.
They also replaced Anna Cash (the former DJ) with DJ Train (later a member of C.P.O.) as their DJ, but was never officially a member.
They remixed the acronym now meaning Just Jammin' Fresh And Def.
This is evident on the remix of Supersonic (not labeled as a remix but it's not the original).
This is the version that most people are familiar with.

I really like this record for several reasons. It is the only single with the original J.J. Fad.
The original version of Supersonic is much harder to come by rather than the remixed version.
If you listen closely, the original has a very slightly different sound which sounds better in my opinion.

Anotha Ho Roxanne Shanté, Sparky D, Howee Tee and Salt 'N' Pepa. diss 
http://www.megaupload.com/?d=QT8N8Z36
Title: Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside*
Post by: Chad Vader on October 12, 2008, 03:19:58 PM
Tweedy Bird Loc

Quote
Tweedy Bird Loc
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tweedy_Bird_Loc
Tweedy Bird Loc is a gangsta rapper from Compton, California.
He may be known for participating in the Bloods and Crips collaboration hip hop albums.
He was also a gang member of Kelly Park Compton Crips along with Eazy-E.[1] Even though, he would later have feuds with him.[2]
Resume
http://www.discogs.com/artist/Tweedy+Bird+Loc

Tweedy Bird Loc - Fucc Miami
http://www.youtube.com/v/kjjnadMiAqA
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kjjnadMiAqA

Here´s a classic diss track by;Tweedy Bird Loc;
(http://www.artistdirect.com/Images/Sources/AMGCOVERS/music/cover75/drd500/d529/d52912n0h5v.jpg)
01 South Bronx Can't Touch Compton.m4a (http://www.mediafire.com/?4dmyl9m0j2f) Tim Dog  :scarface: got his ass dissed on this track,CLASSIC!

MC Ren; Shock of the hour
(http://www.artistdirect.com/Images/Sources/AMGCOVERS/music/cover200/drd900/d945/d94587cg2ua.jpg)
05 One False Move.m4a produced by Tootie  Diss towards Tweedy Bird Loc (http://www.mediafire.com/?bj2nggdkygi) audio link

(http://ec1.images-amazon.com/images/P/B000001YX8.01._SCMZZZZZZZ_.jpg)
 Tweedy bird loc - Y'all Can't Fucc With Us (Eazy-E & MC Ren diss):  (http://www.zshare.net/audio/4297241162f1ad/) audio link

it was tweedy's idea of bangin on wax.. ronnie ron had the know how on tweets idea..it was also tweedy who put REP YO SET on the map...

i was chillen wit tweedy yesterday.. man.. he was tellin me how eazy e had to come get his permission to shoot compton city g's in kelly park..when tweedy was beefin wit nwa.. he had the whole neighborhood behind him.. the homies from kelly park had tweedys back to the fullest.. eazy tried to sneak the video. but when the o/g's of kelly found out they went and got tweedy to see if it was cool.. tweed say fuck naw.. fuck nwa...and real compton city g's wasnt shot in kelly park...

 this was just one of the conversations wit tweed... yesterday was a cool.. and i got to hear some insight on when tweedy dissed nwa..all of em had bowed it down..

  i was gonna record it but he say he wasnt feelin no interview shit..he ws sharing that with me.. i thought i would share it wit yall...

no problem..ill try to get all  my clips together..

when tweedy dissed death row...suge was right there when they played the diss song while tweedy was in the room... he say the guy workin the reel had stopped it when suge came in.. tweedy say what the fuck you doin..press play.. suge was like wus up.. tweedy like press play..they press play and suge heard it and.. suge was like damn tweedy..tweedy like what.. then suge was like ..dem niggas over there in kelly be trippin huh.. suge knew he couldnt fire back on tweedy..cause thing would escalate to more than rappin...

What is really going on? (http://www.zshare.net/audio/1813286690c3ecec/) audio link produced by Battlecat
This track goes after Eazy,Ren,CPO,Chip,Train,Dre,Yella,D.O.C and Michelle´.

Compton Chronicles vol.1(((Tweedy Bird Loc)))
http://mediaservices.myspace.com/services/media/embed.aspx/m=44460711,t=1,mt=video,searchID=,primarycolor=,secondarycolor=


^^^ props for info,feel free to add more  ;) ^^^^


Title: Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside*
Post by: Chad Vader on October 12, 2008, 03:29:56 PM
ganxsta nip the south park psycho
(http://www.killmusick.com/killmusick2/artists/southparkpsycho.jpg)
Action Speaks Louder Than Words Scarface,Ganxsta Nip,Willie D and Seagram (http://www.mediafire.com/?cuxdittnzlw) audio link
Intro on the track; Lil Jay talking to "Dr.Dre" on the phone and is upset that Dr.Dre was a member of World Class Wrecking Cru.

Quote
Ganxta Nip
www.killmusick.com/.../ artists/ganxstanip.php
As you run screaming down the back alleys you can hear the slow methodical steps of a psychopath, there's nowhere to hide. He always finds you. Squeezing yourself behind a dumpster in defeat you hear the footsteps getting closer and closer...his shadow casts a dark gloom over your face and mind...your end has come and The Psycho is back.
A forefather of horror style lyrics and violent imagery, Ganxsta NIP is back to take Horrorcore and Rap by force.
NIP's first release, "The South Park Psycho" album was an instant classic with rap fans worldwide, not quite gangster rap, not quite horrorcore...a sick and bloody middle ground that brought NIP's name to the forefront during the trial of an African American youth who shot and killed a Texas police officer. The music inside the youth's tape deck? Ganxsta NIP's sophomore release on Rap-A-Lot Records entitled, "Psychic Thoughts". NIP was now being hailed by the media as the cause.
In 1994, with controversy, nationwide coverage boosting his sales, and a Gold Record for scribing Bushwick Bill of the Geto Boys smash hit, "Chucky", Ganxsta NIP went on to release a second album under the Rap-A-Lot Records label entitled "Psychotic Genius.". Many hardcore gangsta and horrorcore fans worldwide hail this release as one of this best. It's out sold both of his previous releases. A true classic in verbal homicide.
In 1996, Ganxsta NIP's fourth album and final release under the Rap-A-Lot Records label was entitled, "Interview With a Killa,". As silently as his release faded in...he quickly retreated into the darkness to wait for the right time to return to the land of the living and reveal the new Psycho style so many have longed for. Teaming up with Mars of Mad Insanity Records, NIP has formed an unholy alliance once again will bring horrific gangster flows back to the streets and nationwide for the release of his newest anthem of terror, "The Return Of The Psychopath"...time to stop running, the end is already upon you.
Resume;
www.killmusick.com/.../ artists/ganxstanip.php
Title: Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside*
Post by: Chad Vader on October 12, 2008, 03:48:21 PM
B.G Knock Out & Dresta

Dresta; Fuck NWA (http://www.mediafire.com/?61anhsezz1y)

B.G & Dresta - DPG Killa(DPG/ death row diss):
http://www.zshare.net/audio/4580412ddd1655/
Eazy-E - Wut would u do (Dre/death row diss): 
http://www.zshare.net/audio/4580333d581f17/
Eazy-E ft. BG K.O., Dresta & Sylk - Ole school shit(Dre/death row diss):
http://www.zshare.net/audio/4580488576cbe4/
BG Knockout & Dresta; No Respect 93.mp3 Snoop diss! unreleased.
http://www.mediafire.com/?am50dybnetb

Eazy E - Real Muthaphuckkin "G"s (explicit version) Dr.Dre and Snoop diss.
http://www.youtube.com/v/9m3ipumGA1s

Tha Dogg Pound - What Would You Do Diss to BG Knocc out and Dresta! CLASSIC  :firedevil:
http://www.youtube.com/v/2pvR48FvXy4&rel



Title: Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside*
Post by: Chad Vader on November 04, 2008, 08:26:38 PM
Choice - The Big Payback (1990)
(http://bp1.blogger.com/_24FW_eFJ2no/Rj7QOht_DDI/AAAAAAAACbY/GaLJD4_AKrA/s200/choicebp.jpg)
Payback. NWA,Geto Boys and Too Short diss  :P (http://www.mediafire.com/?zt12jj3kgnt)
Title: Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside*
Post by: Chad Vader on November 29, 2008, 07:50:27 PM

Penthouse Players Clique on wikipedia (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Penthouse_Players_Clique)
(http://www.artistdirect.com/Images/Sources/AMGCOVERS/music/cover200/drc400/c440/c440451p201.jpg)
PS Fuck You (Quik verse is towards Tim Dog) (http://www.mediafire.com/?nznyjmlrzzn)
Title: Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside*
Post by: Chad Vader on December 06, 2008, 05:52:16 AM

Again Dr.Dre is the target  :P :laugh:
(http://g-ecx.images-amazon.com/images/G/01/ciu/f1/60/5753a2c008a0b656f4583010._AA240_.L.jpg)
Ruthless Bitch (she diss Dr.Dre hard on the last verse) (http://www.mediafire.com/?iubmlddimyn)(mediafire)

Related threads;
Eazy-E and Tairrie B (http://www.dubcnn.com/connect/index.php?topic=73570.msg790615#msg790615)
+
EAZY-E 's ownership of COMPTOWN Records? (http://www.dubcnn.com/connect/index.php?topic=162937.msg1684607#msg1684607)
+
The ultimate N.W.A family interview thread *magazine scans,reviews etc.* (http://www.dubcnn.com/connect/index.php?topic=150824.225)
+
Schooly D appreciation thread (Eazy-E and Tairee B audio) (http://www.dubcnn.com/connect/index.php?topic=202459.msg2050829#msg2050829)

Related links;
Tairrie B on Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tairrie_B)
+
Tairrie B on Artist Direct (http://www.artistdirect.com/nad/music/artist/card/0,,1042999,00.html)
Title: Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside*
Post by: Chad Vader on December 18, 2008, 10:25:47 AM
Tim Dog - Penicillin On Wax review in The Source
(http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3292/3116093725_030e8c782a_b.jpg)

Watch this be quoted a million times by Chad Vader, haha

 ;) ;) ;) ;) ;) ;) ;) ;) ;) ;) ;)


JG2: Of course. Not too long ago I saw that special on VH-1 about Tupac Shakur (”Thug Angel”). It was really engrossing. Can you tell us something about Tupac Shakur that you’ve never shared with anyone before?

SG: One time in the early nineties, Bronx rapper Tim Dog did a show in San Francisco and afterwards some Frisco cats had him boxed in and were threatening to hurt him up real bad. Had it not been for Pac, Tim may have gotten murdered that night. This was right after Tim Dog’s West Coast diss album came out, but the album specifically dissed Compton and Southern Cali, and Pac felt like Frisco was ridin’ on Tim Dog unfairly and seized an opportunity to show Oakland’s strength as well as show some loyalty to his birthplace, New York City. I think Pac had also kicked it with Tim Dog once or twice back in New York and felt more camaraderie with Tim than he did [with] anonymous Frisco niggaz, and probably felt a little obligated to help him. It was in between Juice and Poetic Justice; Pac was known, but not yet a superstar or heavyweight in the streets. Anyway, that night Pac told Tim and his people to wait inside and drove across the bay to Oakland and came back with an arsenal and escorted Tim safely out of the club and back to his hotel. They straight rescued that cat. Pac became a true heavyweight in the street that night.

http://jgtwo.wordpress.com/2008/11/12/the-cornuzine-interviews-shock-g/
Title: Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside*
Post by: Chad Vader on December 28, 2008, 04:59:54 PM
http://www.imeem.com/people/7AvJXmx/music/C1GOEwlL/seven_tre_the_fuck_out/
Diss To Too Short, Ant Banks, Dangerous Crew, Askari X, Clee Dogg, Jet, Pooh Man And Righteous Records

ever heard of these guys (or 1 guy) seven tre from oakland?

http://trunkmuzik.blogspot.com/search/label/CD
p.s. the blog is off tha hook, too bad you cant DL shit from there.


Title: Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside*
Post by: Chad Vader on January 22, 2009, 11:03:28 AM

(http://cover6.cduniverse.com/CDUCoverArt/Music/17/superd_7485617.jpg)
Eastwood, Spider Loc & Ganxsta Ridd; Tha Row (Ya´ll hoes) DPG diss (http://www.mediafire.com/?zzmjzzizzwn)
Title: Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside
Post by: LOWKEYLOCO on January 22, 2009, 12:04:14 PM
BANGADOSHISH vol. 1-3 hands down a collection of the most ruthless, direct, ( yet clever ) and fire disses ever spider loco!!!!!!!!! 8) ENJOY!!!!!!!!


http://www.zshare.net/audio/54513010cbdfb200/

http://www.zshare.net/audio/545129606059388e/
Title: Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside*
Post by: 2euce 7even on January 22, 2009, 12:31:46 PM
Quote
Hot Dollar - Tax Write Off (Hot Dollar Diss)
wtf? hot dollar is dissin himself?
Title: Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside*
Post by: Chad Vader on January 31, 2009, 05:50:49 AM

50 Cent VS Rick Ross


Rick Ross Is Not Impressed With 50 Cent's Dis Track, 'Officer Ricky'
Ross gives 50 '48 hours' to 'come up with another one!'

By Jayson Rodriguez

Rick Ross has heard "Officer Ricky (Go 'Head, Try Me)," 50 Cent's response to his "Mafia Music," and he said he's not impressed.

"We all gonna act like we didn't hear that," Ross told Shade45 morning host Angela Yee on Friday morning (January 30). "We gonna give him 48 hours. Time to come up with another one!"

On 50's track, which hit the Net Thursday night, the G-Unit star taunts Ross for his history as a correction officer.

"Officer Ricky radio for backup/ See your a-- anyway, you know I'm gonna act up," 50 raps. "You wanna play with me when I don't wanna play?/ Have my n---as whip the skin off your a-- in broad day/ Screaming, 'Boss,' n---a , you ain't a boss/ Pu--- n---a, you're lost/ Listen, Officer Ross."

"Officer Ricky" is a response to Ross' own dis track, in which the Miami rapper dived into 50's legal troubles with the mother of his child.

Ross wouldn't reveal the reason for the rift between the two rappers, saying "it's not important." 50, however, has been embroiled in a war of words with Ross allies Fat Joe and DJ Khaled for some time now. 50's Web site, Thisis50.com, also posted pictures in the past of Ross in various police uniforms.

The Miami rapper explained to Yee that he wanted to talk to 50 Cent during the most recent BET Awards. He said 50's facial expression, however, left him "disappointed" when he spotted him. Ross compared the expression to the look DJ Vlad wore when he was involved in a physical altercation with associates of Ross.

After that response from 50, Ross said he decided not to approach the G-Unit head.

"When I finally got the opportunity to bump into him, I planned to have words, but he disappointed me, so I kept it moving," Ross said.

Ross reiterated at the end of the interview again how shocked he was by 50's response, which he characterized as poor.

"I was positive that couldn't be the response," Ross said.


EDIT: FULL SONG
Here's the FULL FULL song: http://sharebee.com/ca25cbcb
This is 5:17, the other is 4:07

got this from another board
Well it's on
http://www.zshare.net/audio/54848703fcfc6c9f/
EDIT: FULL SONG
http://www.zshare.net/audio/5485134378d47ca7/
Title: Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside*
Post by: Chad Vader on February 13, 2009, 12:11:49 PM

Tim Dog interview in The Source Magazine september 1991 #24
(http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3312/3276435115_0274bc36ac_o.jpg)



Tim Dog; Fuck Compton review in The Source magazine August 1991 #23
(http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3408/3275074224_ceca4bb62c_b.jpg)
(http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3484/3275076032_dd185c9cf9_b.jpg)

Download The Source magazine August 1991 #23 (PDF) (http://www.megaupload.com/?d=S9RU4SA3)



Tim Dog; Penicillin On Wax review in The Source Magazine Januray 1992 #28
(http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3385/3277573654_23297809a5_o.jpg)
(http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3489/3277573766_97be8b9b15_o.jpg)



Tim Dog VS Ruthless in The Source Magazine June 1992 #33
(http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3391/3277573262_27e9064e97_o.jpg)


Title: Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside*
Post by: 2euce 7even on February 14, 2009, 08:11:27 AM
classic tim dog interviews chad!

yall know ima huge west coast fan but i gotta agree in some points with tim dog about nwa. :-X
Title: Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside*
Post by: Dre-Day on February 14, 2009, 08:14:22 AM
classic tim dog interviews chad!

yall know ima huge west coast fan but i gotta agree in some points with tim dog about nwa. :-X

you don't know shit about music crack head
Title: Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside*
Post by: Chad Vader on February 14, 2009, 08:42:26 AM
classic tim dog interviews chad!

yall know ima huge west coast fan but i gotta agree in some points with tim dog about nwa. :-X


what points?
Title: Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside*
Post by: Chad Vader on March 11, 2009, 11:09:50 AM
This was just handed to me by Dj Nik Bean
Off his "Streets of L.A 7".

Dont know if the actual track has been posted up here yet. If so, my bad.

Quik / Kurupt - Fuck Yall (Hi-C, AMG, 2nd ll None Diss)
http://limelinx.com/files/454f57ca537345c1348f99a5cd517029
Title: Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside*
Post by: 2euce 7even on March 11, 2009, 11:44:02 AM
classic tim dog interviews chad!

yall know ima huge west coast fan but i gotta agree in some points with tim dog about nwa. :-X

you don't know shit about music crack head
::)
Quote
what points?
studio gangsta attitude. ;)
Title: Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside*
Post by: Dre-Day on March 11, 2009, 11:45:18 AM
classic tim dog interviews chad!

yall know ima huge west coast fan but i gotta agree in some points with tim dog about nwa. :-X

you don't know shit about music crack head
::)
Quote
what points?
studio gangsta attitude. ;)


^^^^my point exactly! :D
Title: Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside*
Post by: BG Rapsodie on March 12, 2009, 12:08:23 PM

Tim Dog; Fuck Compton review in The Source magazine August 1991 #23
(http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3408/3275074224_ceca4bb62c_b.jpg)

Download The Source magazine August 1991 #23 (PDF) (http://www.megaupload.com/?d=S9RU4SA3)


Tim Dog wanna talk about whack lyrics, what about rhyming stompin with compton after Ice Cube did it a million times? At least be original.
Title: Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside*
Post by: Chad Vader on April 08, 2009, 02:45:05 PM
Looks like Bishop is going at Snoop  :P
Bishop "Hesballa" Lamont (as Kim Jung Scrill) - Missile Testing (Death To Infidels) (http://) LINK
When asked about the track, Bishop said, "Get ready bitches!"


Bishop VS Game;
Bishop Lamont interview November 2008 (explains the backstory) (http://www.hoodhype.com/blog/?p=1998)
oooh well  :P :P :P :P




Game going at Bishop Lamont and Glasses Malone  :P
http://www.youtube.com/v/ne8P7PgeMN4
Title: Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside*
Post by: Chad Vader on April 14, 2009, 07:49:27 AM

Snoop Dogg; Welcome To The Chuuch mixtape. Vol.1
(http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/414AEG3AH5L._SL500_AA240_.jpg)
Snoop Dogg; The Hater In You (http://www.mediafire.com/?jxiyzjjzzao) (Suge Knight diss)
+
Daz; Don´t Give A Fuck (http://www.mediafire.com/?mt5wzwmmjim) (Suge Knight and Kurupt diss)
Title: Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside*
Post by: DJ SUGAFREE QUIK on April 28, 2009, 05:24:37 AM
He dissed Kid n Play also?  Never knew about that, Luke & Vanilla Ice knows dissing them ain't smart.  After hearing the song next question.
Title: Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside*
Post by: Chad Vader on May 06, 2009, 03:58:56 AM

Steady Mobbin; Crime Buddies
(http://prod-assets.mog.com/amg/pop/cov200/drf000/f027/f02759tq2ri.jpg)
Sounds Like A Busta (Master P diss) (http://www.mediafire.com/?w1dzez2bamu)
Title: Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside*
Post by: Chad Vader on October 02, 2009, 03:46:24 PM
Quote
http://beantothebay.blogspot.com/2009/10/san-quinn-i-dont-want-beef-no-more.html
(http://www.ftcsf.com/news/sf/DSC07218-thumb-400x533.jpg)
San Quinn - I don't want beef no more (Messy Marv Dis) (http://www.megaupload.com/?d=SZCR20GL)
Title: Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside*
Post by: fabtoxicp on December 12, 2009, 12:03:15 PM
does anybody have the disses Daz throwed at 40 glocc? there was one over a bass-type beat, n one over the T.I./"U dont know me"-instrumental.. one of em was called "Fuck 40 glocc".. i think both were premiered on dubcnn like back in 04/05
Title: Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside*
Post by: teletomble on December 12, 2009, 12:06:37 PM
does anybody have the disses Daz throwed at 40 glocc? there was one over a bass-type beat, n one over the T.I./"U dont know me"-instrumental.. one of em was called "Fuck 40 glocc".. i think both were premiered on dubcnn like back in 04/05

"U Ain't An O.G"
http://www.zshare.net/audio/66878674263bf86c/
Title: Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside*
Post by: fabtoxicp on December 12, 2009, 12:08:30 PM
yeaaaaaah, i had this back n the day.
big thnx to u mister..  8) 8) 8) 8) :laugh:

anybody have dat other 1 - "fucc 40 glocc"?
im compiling my Dogg Pound/beef-compilation..
Title: Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside*
Post by: thug child on December 29, 2009, 03:11:16 PM

Tim Dog interview in The Source Magazine september 1991 #24
(http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3312/3276435115_0274bc36ac_o.jpg)



Tim Dog; Fuck Compton review in The Source magazine August 1991 #23
(http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3408/3275074224_ceca4bb62c_b.jpg)
(http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3484/3275076032_dd185c9cf9_b.jpg)

Download The Source magazine August 1991 #23 (PDF) (http://www.megaupload.com/?d=S9RU4SA3)



Tim Dog; Penicillin On Wax review in The Source Magazine Januray 1992 #28
(http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3385/3277573654_23297809a5_o.jpg)
(http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3489/3277573766_97be8b9b15_o.jpg)



Tim Dog VS Ruthless in The Source Magazine June 1992 #33
(http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3391/3277573262_27e9064e97_o.jpg)




Tim dog hoe ass was a hater. I wonder if nipsey, jay rock, glasses, 211 and the other new west niggaz i'll get hated on by the east if they blow.
Title: Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside*
Post by: MOON KNIGHT on December 29, 2009, 03:43:35 PM

Trae - How We Do (50 Cent Diss)
http://www.zshare.net/download/705119156ba4a1ba


LOL From that to this...https://www.youtube.com/v/n497SwUYixs (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n497SwUYixs) 
Title: Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside*
Post by: Chad Vader on December 29, 2009, 04:06:36 PM

EDIT;
JJ Fad; Going Down (http://www.dubcnn.com/connect/index.php?topic=159030.msg2429555#msg2429555) (feat. Ice Cube) (produced by Dr.Dre,Cube & Yella)
Dissing Roxane Shante     ^^^^^^download link ^^^^
(http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2535/4178647667_779d16c222_b.jpg)
http://www.youtube.com/v/-XVKshdCCHk&hl=en_US&fs=1
Title: Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside*
Post by: Chad Vader on January 04, 2010, 11:28:01 PM

Young Buck; Happy New Year AKA Fuck G-Unit (http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?ajlgokqguvx)



..and one more  :P
Young Buck; Steroids (G-Unit Diss) (http://usershare.net/2DopeBoyz/glxi53azv9as)



Third one this week  :P :P :P :P :P
Young Buck; Do It For Ya (G-Unit diss part 3) (http://usershare.net/2DopeBoyz/qq1iysswtkqn)
Title: Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside*
Post by: MistaNova on January 06, 2010, 12:12:53 AM
I don't know if these have been posted before, but a here's few interviews Quik & Eiht did after their beef ended.

Quik interview from Worldwide West Side Magazine

Quote
You’ve been beefing with MC Eiht from 1991-1997. How did the tension start and is the beef squashed yet?
Yeah, that’s over, that’s really actually old, as a matter of fact, I just saw MC Eiht with a new record on the charts and I’ve been looking for it and I’m like “he put out another record” so I’m out looking for it and evidently it’s either hard to find or selling somewhere else because I tried to buy it to support him. That’s how I feel about it. We had our beef but technically we’re still brothers from Compton. We walked the same turf.

Would you ever work with DJ Slip from Comptons Most Wanted even though you had problems in the past with MC Eiht who was also a member of the group?
I don’t know, because I don’t know how Slip feels about me. I don’t want to force anything. I can easily slip and say yeah sure I’d work with him, but what if he (DJ Slip) put out a interview and said man fuck DJ Quik, we ain’t never fucking with him. Then I would look stupid, so, I’m willing to work with anybody who shares the common goal of making a hit record that inspires people, that keeps Hip-Hop fresh, not just to put out a record because it’s trendy. I’m not trying to go to Lil Jon, please give me a hit so I can sell some records and so I can pop my collar and drink Champaign and you know wear some platinum. I’m not trying to do that.

A interview Eiht did for Murder Dog Magazine
Quote
Will you and DJ Quik ever make any songs together?
I have been in the studio with Quik. We did a song about two years ago. Quik was working on a sound track for this independent movie called"100 Kilos". It was the Freeway Rick story. We did a song together for that. He did the production and I was on the song rapping. Mausberg was on the song too, so was I think Hi-C. Deals were still going on. They probably fucked Quik over and didn’t pay him his money, so he kept all the tracks.

So the beef is over with you and Quik?
Yeah, we cool. I seen Quik and we have shook hands. We have done interviews together and everything. It hasn’t got to the place to where the consumers or the fans would like to see it as far as us making a record or being on tour together. We handled the beef how it is done on the streets. It’s not on records or none of that shit anymore. It’s cool now.

I remember when you two were beefing, how did it all start?
We used to go at it back then. I don’t know how it started for him but on my end it started when I had my second album out. I had a song called "Def Wish". On the song I had the phrase that say "Biting me quick, will only mean you get my dick sucked quick". I never knew nothing about no DJ Quik, but there was an actual DJ Quik. He was a Blood affiliate and I was a Crip affiliate and we were both from Compton. People hyped it to say that he was dissing you. Quik had already been dissing me. I was already an established artist. I had two albums and videos. I considered myself in the game. He was trying to get in the game. He had been putting out underground tapes. Since his Blood affiliation it was natural to go after the Crip niggaz. He made a street tape dissing Eazy because Eazy was affiliated with the Crips. He also made songs dissing Compton’s Most Wanted. That was a way for him to symbolize with his Blood homies. It was a way for him to say fuck them Crip niggaz. That’s how the beef started on his end.

If you hadn’t heard of Quik, how did you know about the underground diss records?
I have never heard of this. My DJ Mike-T who was a Blood got a copy of the tape. He played it for me. This was after the Def Wish song was already out. Naturally people were going to take that tape and my song and combine the two. People were like" Oh he dissed you on a street tape and you turned around and dissed him on the record". It all got blown way out. Then he made a comment on his next record and I made a comment on my next record. It went crazy for awhile. I did a video about him.

How did you come up with the idea for the card board cut out of Quik in your video?
Profile was marketing his next album "Way 2 Fonky" and they had those posters out. They had the card board cut outs. I got ready to do the Def Wish 2 video and I said" we got to get one of those". We had Sony order one. My love for gangsta rap was just in me. You got to have a passion. If have to realize that you might not get paid for some of this shit. You got to have love for it. Sometimes this shit might be charity. Sometimes I might have to give this shit away. I might not make a dollar off of it. Now everybody that touches it is going to make money off of it. I have never heard a record company say that they have not made a profit off of me.
Title: Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside*
Post by: Chad Vader on January 06, 2010, 12:24:37 AM
I don't know if these have been posted before, but a here's few interviews Quik & Eiht did after their beef ended.


Don´t think so.... +1  ;)
Title: Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside*
Post by: Aaron on January 11, 2010, 05:17:26 AM
I don't know if these have been posted before, but a here's few interviews Quik & Eiht did after their beef ended.

Quik interview from Worldwide West Side Magazine

Quote
You’ve been beefing with MC Eiht from 1991-1997. How did the tension start and is the beef squashed yet?
Yeah, that’s over, that’s really actually old, as a matter of fact, I just saw MC Eiht with a new record on the charts and I’ve been looking for it and I’m like “he put out another record” so I’m out looking for it and evidently it’s either hard to find or selling somewhere else because I tried to buy it to support him. That’s how I feel about it. We had our beef but technically we’re still brothers from Compton. We walked the same turf.

Would you ever work with DJ Slip from Comptons Most Wanted even though you had problems in the past with MC Eiht who was also a member of the group?
I don’t know, because I don’t know how Slip feels about me. I don’t want to force anything. I can easily slip and say yeah sure I’d work with him, but what if he (DJ Slip) put out a interview and said man fuck DJ Quik, we ain’t never fucking with him. Then I would look stupid, so, I’m willing to work with anybody who shares the common goal of making a hit record that inspires people, that keeps Hip-Hop fresh, not just to put out a record because it’s trendy. I’m not trying to go to Lil Jon, please give me a hit so I can sell some records and so I can pop my collar and drink Champaign and you know wear some platinum. I’m not trying to do that.

A interview Eiht did for Murder Dog Magazine
Quote
Will you and DJ Quik ever make any songs together?
I have been in the studio with Quik. We did a song about two years ago. Quik was working on a sound track for this independent movie called"100 Kilos". It was the Freeway Rick story. We did a song together for that. He did the production and I was on the song rapping. Mausberg was on the song too, so was I think Hi-C. Deals were still going on. They probably fucked Quik over and didn’t pay him his money, so he kept all the tracks.

So the beef is over with you and Quik?
Yeah, we cool. I seen Quik and we have shook hands. We have done interviews together and everything. It hasn’t got to the place to where the consumers or the fans would like to see it as far as us making a record or being on tour together. We handled the beef how it is done on the streets. It’s not on records or none of that shit anymore. It’s cool now.

I remember when you two were beefing, how did it all start?
We used to go at it back then. I don’t know how it started for him but on my end it started when I had my second album out. I had a song called "Def Wish". On the song I had the phrase that say "Biting me quick, will only mean you get my dick sucked quick". I never knew nothing about no DJ Quik, but there was an actual DJ Quik. He was a Blood affiliate and I was a Crip affiliate and we were both from Compton. People hyped it to say that he was dissing you. Quik had already been dissing me. I was already an established artist. I had two albums and videos. I considered myself in the game. He was trying to get in the game. He had been putting out underground tapes. Since his Blood affiliation it was natural to go after the Crip niggaz. He made a street tape dissing Eazy because Eazy was affiliated with the Crips. He also made songs dissing Compton’s Most Wanted. That was a way for him to symbolize with his Blood homies. It was a way for him to say fuck them Crip niggaz. That’s how the beef started on his end.

If you hadn’t heard of Quik, how did you know about the underground diss records?
I have never heard of this. My DJ Mike-T who was a Blood got a copy of the tape. He played it for me. This was after the Def Wish song was already out. Naturally people were going to take that tape and my song and combine the two. People were like" Oh he dissed you on a street tape and you turned around and dissed him on the record". It all got blown way out. Then he made a comment on his next record and I made a comment on my next record. It went crazy for awhile. I did a video about him.

How did you come up with the idea for the card board cut out of Quik in your video?
Profile was marketing his next album "Way 2 Fonky" and they had those posters out. They had the card board cut outs. I got ready to do the Def Wish 2 video and I said" we got to get one of those". We had Sony order one. My love for gangsta rap was just in me. You got to have a passion. If have to realize that you might not get paid for some of this shit. You got to have love for it. Sometimes this shit might be charity. Sometimes I might have to give this shit away. I might not make a dollar off of it. Now everybody that touches it is going to make money off of it. I have never heard a record company say that they have not made a profit off of me.

cool post heres the def wish 2 video https://www.youtube.com/v/6bHfJHjbU1A (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6bHfJHjbU1A)
Title: Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside*
Post by: Chad Vader on January 24, 2010, 03:43:15 PM
Mako Capone; 1200 Rounds (MC Ren Diss) (http://www.zshare.net/audio/7164357394d0996b/)

Mako Capone's myspace (http://www.myspace.com/makocapone)


Tired of subliminal disses  :P :P :P :P
So Ren has dissed Mako on the low?  :P