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Chad Vader

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YA BOY - iPOD (YUNG BERG DISS) *OFF "THE BAY AREA BULLY" (CDQ)(DJ)

http://www.zshare.net/audio/17592147fea13849/
YA BOY - iPOD (YUNG BERG DISS) *OFF "THE BAY AREA BULLY" *DROPPING AUG. 26TH
(CDQ)(DJ)
 

Chad Vader

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www.dubcnn.com
http://www.dubcnn.com/connect/index.php?topic=192563.0;topicseen


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)

Be on the look out for Clinton Wayne's next project "Desert Eagle" coming soon.
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D-Stress

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Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside
« Reply #127 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´.
 

Chad Vader

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Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside
« Reply #128 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?
 

D-Stress

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Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside
« Reply #129 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. :'(
 

Chad Vader

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Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside
« Reply #130 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)  ;)
 

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Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside*
« Reply #132 on: September 24, 2008, 03:25:59 AM »
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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


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
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Chad Vader

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Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside*
« Reply #133 on: September 26, 2008, 02:35:34 AM »
Luke; Cowards In Compton VIDEO Dr.Dre and Snoop diss
<a href="http://www.youtube.com/v/Jc9De5_lJDk&amp;hl=en&amp;fs=1" target="_blank" class="new_win">http://www.youtube.com/v/Jc9De5_lJDk&amp;hl=en&amp;fs=1</a>
 

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Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside*
« Reply #134 on: September 28, 2008, 02:39:22 AM »
Kill Kill AKA Mr.Keal


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)


 

Chad Vader

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Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside*
« Reply #135 on: September 30, 2008, 02:39:41 PM »
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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
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Chad Vader

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Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside*
« Reply #136 on: October 12, 2008, 03:19:58 PM »
Tweedy Bird Loc

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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
<a href="http://www.youtube.com/v/kjjnadMiAqA" target="_blank" class="new_win">http://www.youtube.com/v/kjjnadMiAqA</a>


Here´s a classic diss track by;Tweedy Bird Loc;

01 South Bronx Can't Touch Compton.m4a Tim Dog  :scarface: got his ass dissed on this track,CLASSIC!

MC Ren; Shock of the hour

05 One False Move.m4a produced by Tootie  Diss towards Tweedy Bird Loc audio link


Tweedy bird loc - Y'all Can't Fucc With Us (Eazy-E & MC Ren diss): 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? 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)))
<a href="http://mediaservices.myspace.com/services/media/embed.aspx/m=44460711,t=1,mt=video,searchID=,primarycolor=,secondarycolor=" target="_blank" class="new_win">http://mediaservices.myspace.com/services/media/embed.aspx/m=44460711,t=1,mt=video,searchID=,primarycolor=,secondarycolor=</a>


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


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Chad Vader

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Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside*
« Reply #137 on: October 12, 2008, 03:29:56 PM »
ganxsta nip the south park psycho

Action Speaks Louder Than Words Scarface,Ganxsta Nip,Willie D and Seagram 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.

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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
 

Chad Vader

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Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside*
« Reply #138 on: October 12, 2008, 03:48:21 PM »
B.G Knock Out & Dresta

Dresta; Fuck NWA

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.
<a href="http://www.youtube.com/v/9m3ipumGA1s" target="_blank" class="new_win">http://www.youtube.com/v/9m3ipumGA1s</a>

Tha Dogg Pound - What Would You Do Diss to BG Knocc out and Dresta! CLASSIC  :firedevil:
<a href="http://www.youtube.com/v/2pvR48FvXy4&amp;rel" target="_blank" class="new_win">http://www.youtube.com/v/2pvR48FvXy4&amp;rel</a>



 

Chad Vader

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Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside*
« Reply #139 on: November 04, 2008, 08:26:38 PM »
Choice - The Big Payback (1990)

Payback. NWA,Geto Boys and Too Short diss  :P
 



Chad Vader

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Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside*
« Reply #142 on: December 18, 2008, 10:25:47 AM »
Tim Dog - Penicillin On Wax review in The Source


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/
 

Chad Vader

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Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside*
« Reply #143 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.


 


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Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside
« Reply #145 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/
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2euce 7even

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Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside*
« Reply #146 on: January 22, 2009, 12:31:46 PM »
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Hot Dollar - Tax Write Off (Hot Dollar Diss)
wtf? hot dollar is dissin himself?
 

Chad Vader

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Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside*
« Reply #147 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/
 

Chad Vader

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Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside*
« Reply #148 on: February 13, 2009, 12:11:49 PM »

Tim Dog interview in The Source Magazine september 1991 #24




Tim Dog; Fuck Compton review in The Source magazine August 1991 #23



Download The Source magazine August 1991 #23 (PDF)



Tim Dog; Penicillin On Wax review in The Source Magazine Januray 1992 #28





Tim Dog VS Ruthless in The Source Magazine June 1992 #33



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2euce 7even

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Re: The ultimate beef thread; NWA,WSC,DPG,Tim Dog and more *Diss Tracks inside*
« Reply #149 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