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Notorious B.I.G. "dangerous mc's" tupac diss
« on: October 16, 2011, 02:22:31 PM »
the song Biggie did posthumously wit Snoop Dogg - "dangerous mc's"
Biggie was actually dissin 2pac on that song


heres the original version (leftover from a Busta Rhymes-album)
Buss pulled it off the tracklist, cuz he didnt want to entangle the 2pac-beef

Dangerous MC's (The Notorious BIG) [Prod by J Dilla] --- never finsihed, meant to have Busta Rhymes, Biggie and Nas on it
Bus sold the song to Puff when he was makin that "Born again"-album. Nottz remixed it, and Snoop Dogg and Mark Curry were added


never heard this before. feels like some neo soul/Soulquarian type of shit. dope

« Last Edit: October 16, 2011, 02:52:21 PM by Michael Madsen »


 

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Re: Notorious B.I.G. "dangerous mc's" tupac diss
« Reply #1 on: October 16, 2011, 11:37:57 PM »
can u put up a download link?
 

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Re: Notorious B.I.G. "dangerous mc's" tupac diss
« Reply #2 on: October 17, 2011, 07:47:59 AM »
Quote
the song Biggie did posthumously wit Snoop Dogg - "dangerous mc's"
you want to say that snoop doggy dogg was on "dangerous mcs" and also on the "born again remix"?
and..how tha fuck is it a pac-diss=?
 

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Re: Notorious B.I.G. "dangerous mc's" tupac diss
« Reply #3 on: October 17, 2011, 08:37:14 AM »

you want to say that snoop doggy dogg was on "dangerous mcs" and also on the "born again remix"?

Snoop was on the "born again"-version, not the o.g


and..how tha fuck is it a pac-diss=?
listen to the lyrics


 

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« Reply #4 on: October 17, 2011, 11:27:01 AM »

you want to say that snoop doggy dogg was on "dangerous mcs" and also on the "born again remix"?

Snoop was on the "born again"-version, not the o.g


and..how tha fuck is it a pac-diss=?
listen to the lyrics

got it ;)
 

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Re: Notorious B.I.G. "dangerous mc's" tupac diss
« Reply #5 on: October 18, 2011, 10:05:16 AM »
the quality is horrible and I can't even make out the lyrics... somebody with supersonic hearing type em up  ;)
 

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Re: Notorious B.I.G. "dangerous mc's" tupac diss
« Reply #6 on: October 18, 2011, 10:54:52 PM »
i have this in cdq somewhere, weak diss anyways he wouldnt even dare to say pac's name ;)

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« Reply #7 on: October 19, 2011, 01:38:31 AM »
i have this in cdq somewhere, weak diss anyways he wouldnt even dare to say pac's name ;)

like always..nobody from pacs so called "enemies" say his name on wax .. except chino xl.
 

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Re: Notorious B.I.G. "dangerous mc's" tupac diss
« Reply #8 on: October 20, 2011, 05:22:32 PM »
^ which to me is another reason Biggie can never be considered GOAT. Pac didnt just diss him he basically took that niggas manhood. Dude was shook.
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Re: Notorious B.I.G. "dangerous mc's" tupac diss
« Reply #9 on: October 20, 2011, 05:46:42 PM »
^ which to me is another reason Biggie can never be considered GOAT. Pac didnt just diss him he basically took that niggas manhood. Dude was shook.



dissin rappers without namedrops, n still bein able to ruffle emotional feathers is class



 

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« Reply #10 on: October 21, 2011, 01:15:48 AM »
^ which to me is another reason Biggie can never be considered GOAT. Pac didnt just diss him he basically took that niggas manhood. Dude was shook.
;) "you know who tha realest is...."
 

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Re: Notorious B.I.G. "dangerous mc's" tupac diss
« Reply #11 on: October 21, 2011, 01:36:41 AM »
Biggie would have destroyed 2Pac in a rap battle. No question about it!!!!

The only reason Biggie never really responded to 2Pac or named his name was because he knew fine well that 2Pac knew his history, and that the "Big Poppa" image he and Puffy were promoting would have been tarnished beyond repair, and they knew 2Pac would not hold back on whatever he said so it was probably best that they never realased whatever minor disses they had on him, even in the vault because we all know 2Pac had a lot of material in the vault dissing Bad Boy

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Re: Notorious B.I.G. "dangerous mc's" tupac diss
« Reply #12 on: October 21, 2011, 02:34:20 AM »
^ which to me is another reason Biggie can never be considered GOAT. Pac didnt just diss him he basically took that niggas manhood. Dude was shook.



dissin rappers without namedrops, n still bein able to ruffle emotional feathers is class




exactly . anybody can say "fuck you"  . but say it subliminally and it might really hit its target

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Re: Notorious B.I.G. "dangerous mc's" tupac diss
« Reply #13 on: October 21, 2011, 11:57:34 AM »
Biggie would have destroyed 2Pac in a rap battle. No question about it!!!!

The only reason Biggie never really responded to 2Pac or named his name was because he knew fine well that 2Pac knew his history, and that the "Big Poppa" image he and Puffy were promoting would have been tarnished beyond repair, and they knew 2Pac would not hold back on whatever he said so it was probably best that they never realased whatever minor disses they had on him, even in the vault because we all know 2Pac had a lot of material in the vault dissing Bad Boy



if he could destroy him he would do it.in other words: pac exposed his fake-playa fat-punk-ass and puffys gay-ass persona.
 

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Re: Notorious B.I.G. "dangerous mc's" tupac diss
« Reply #14 on: October 21, 2011, 12:54:59 PM »
Biggie and Puffy were in it to make music, have fun and make money. 2Pac was in it for those reasons too, but he had another agenda, and for the people. He was certainly a more powerful rapper than Biggie, more iconic and charismatic, but as far as MC skills go, Biggie gets it hands down. If it were a traditional Hip Hop battle, Biggie would win.

If it were to go on raw emotion then 2Pac would have that edge. People tend to let their favour get in the way of recognizing the truth
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Re: Notorious B.I.G. "dangerous mc's" tupac diss
« Reply #15 on: October 21, 2011, 02:04:16 PM »
Biggie and Puffy were in it to make music, have fun and make money. 2Pac was in it for those reasons too, but he had another agenda, and for the people. He was certainly a more powerful rapper than Biggie, more iconic and charismatic, but as far as MC skills go, Biggie gets it hands down. If it were a traditional Hip Hop battle, Biggie would win.

If it were to go on raw emotion then 2Pac would have that edge. People tend to let their favour get in the way of recognizing the truth
 

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Re: Notorious B.I.G. "dangerous mc's" tupac diss
« Reply #16 on: October 21, 2011, 04:00:37 PM »
Hit Em Up is a classic diss because of its shock value, but there isn't one "oh shit" line on that whole song. It's just a song of Pac saying fuck you and fuck your whole label. Yes its hardcore but not exactly a lyrical beatdown. I'm pretty surprised no one really went in that hard on Pac considering all the material they could've used against his credibility.
 

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Re: Notorious B.I.G. "dangerous mc's" tupac diss
« Reply #17 on: October 21, 2011, 04:07:49 PM »
Hit Em Up is a classic diss because of its shock value, but there isn't one "oh shit" line on that whole song. It's just a song of Pac saying fuck you and fuck your whole label. Yes its hardcore but not exactly a lyrical beatdown. I'm pretty surprised no one really went in that hard on Pac considering all the material they could've used against his credibility.


Jay-Z did one song, airing out 2pac,,
he recorded it right before Pac died, and he trashed teh masters outta respect for Afeni


 

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Re: Notorious B.I.G. "dangerous mc's" tupac diss
« Reply #18 on: October 21, 2011, 04:51:01 PM »
Then again he died only 3 months after Hit Em Up was released.
 

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Re: Notorious B.I.G. "dangerous mc's" tupac diss
« Reply #19 on: October 21, 2011, 04:52:38 PM »
Hit Em Up is a classic diss because of its shock value, but there isn't one "oh shit" line on that whole song. It's just a song of Pac saying fuck you and fuck your whole label. Yes its hardcore but not exactly a lyrical beatdown. I'm pretty surprised no one really went in that hard on Pac considering all the material they could've used against his credibility.


Jay-Z did one song, airing out 2pac,,
he recorded it right before Pac died, and he trashed teh masters outta respect for Afeni

source?

I've heard the original version of Mobb Deep's "Drop A Gem On Em" had 2Pac's name actually dropped in it but they edit it out after his death too, and that Nas had some song on a mixtape back then saying something along the lines of "dropping Makaveli in his tombstone"
 

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Re: Notorious B.I.G. "dangerous mc's" tupac diss
« Reply #20 on: October 21, 2011, 04:55:06 PM »
Hit Em Up is a classic diss because of its shock value, but there isn't one "oh shit" line on that whole song. It's just a song of Pac saying fuck you and fuck your whole label. Yes its hardcore but not exactly a lyrical beatdown. I'm pretty surprised no one really went in that hard on Pac considering all the material they could've used against his credibility.


Jay-Z did one song, airing out 2pac,,
he recorded it right before Pac died, and he trashed teh masters outta respect for Afeni

source?

I've heard the original version of Mobb Deep's "Drop A Gem On Em" had 2Pac's name actually dropped in it but they edit it out after his death too, and that Nas had some song on a mixtape back then saying something along the lines of "dropping Makaveli in his tombstone"

heard it somewhere
one of Jays producers at the time - some interview, mightve been Clark Kent


 

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Re: Notorious B.I.G. "dangerous mc's" tupac diss
« Reply #21 on: October 21, 2011, 05:02:25 PM »
Hit Em Up is a classic diss because of its shock value, but there isn't one "oh shit" line on that whole song. It's just a song of Pac saying fuck you and fuck your whole label. Yes its hardcore but not exactly a lyrical beatdown. I'm pretty surprised no one really went in that hard on Pac considering all the material they could've used against his credibility.


Jay-Z did one song, airing out 2pac,,
he recorded it right before Pac died, and he trashed teh masters outta respect for Afeni

source?

I've heard the original version of Mobb Deep's "Drop A Gem On Em" had 2Pac's name actually dropped in it but they edit it out after his death too, and that Nas had some song on a mixtape back then saying something along the lines of "dropping Makaveli in his tombstone"

heard it somewhere
one of Jays producers at the time - some interview, mightve been Clark Kent

good info, never heard that before

the Mobb Deep shit has been pretty known as far as I'm concerned and I read that Nas bit in RollingStone years ago
 

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Re: Notorious B.I.G. "dangerous mc's" tupac diss
« Reply #22 on: October 22, 2011, 02:25:43 PM »
Hit Em Up is a classic diss because of its shock value, but there isn't one "oh shit" line on that whole song. It's just a song of Pac saying fuck you and fuck your whole label. Yes its hardcore but not exactly a lyrical beatdown. I'm pretty surprised no one really went in that hard on Pac considering all the material they could've used against his credibility.


Jay-Z did one song, airing out 2pac,,
he recorded it right before Pac died, and he trashed teh masters outta respect for Afeni

source?

I've heard the original version of Mobb Deep's "Drop A Gem On Em" had 2Pac's name actually dropped in it but they edit it out after his death too, and that Nas had some song on a mixtape back then saying something along the lines of "dropping Makaveli in his tombstone"

actually the original version of "drop a gem on em" had a skit that played before the song started. mobb deep had ra the rugged man (aka crustified dibbs) make this skit and supposedly it was pretty fucked up. they ended up removing the skit when the album was released since 2pac had passed away.
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Re: Notorious B.I.G. "dangerous mc's" tupac diss
« Reply #23 on: October 22, 2011, 09:24:10 PM »
Hit Em Up is a classic diss because of its shock value, but there isn't one "oh shit" line on that whole song. It's just a song of Pac saying fuck you and fuck your whole label. Yes its hardcore but not exactly a lyrical beatdown. I'm pretty surprised no one really went in that hard on Pac considering all the material they could've used against his credibility.
agree whatchu said about HEU but what u mean with this?
 

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Re: Notorious B.I.G. "dangerous mc's" tupac diss
« Reply #24 on: October 22, 2011, 09:26:08 PM »
Hit Em Up is a classic diss because of its shock value, but there isn't one "oh shit" line on that whole song. It's just a song of Pac saying fuck you and fuck your whole label. Yes its hardcore but not exactly a lyrical beatdown. I'm pretty surprised no one really went in that hard on Pac considering all the material they could've used against his credibility.


Jay-Z did one song, airing out 2pac,,
he recorded it right before Pac died, and he trashed teh masters outta respect for Afeni



source?

I've heard the original version of Mobb Deep's "Drop A Gem On Em" had 2Pac's name actually dropped in it but they edit it out after his death too, and that Nas had some song on a mixtape back then saying something along the lines of "dropping Makaveli in his tombstone"

actually the original version of "drop a gem on em" had a skit that played before the song started. mobb deep had ra the rugged man (aka crustified dibbs) make this skit and supposedly it was pretty fucked up. they ended up removing the skit when the album was released since 2pac had passed away.

ra the rugged man?damn would like 2 hear it.