Thursday, May 5, 2011


Canibus Goes At Joe Budden, Royce Da 5'9" On Diss Track

The poet laureate rips into the Slaughterhouse members on the scathing "Lyrical Law vs. Joey Cupcakes."
Joe Budden recently hinted that he’s got a diss track up his sleeve aimed at Canibus, tweeting “I promise y’all that if I got high, I would smoke Canibus.” The Queens, New York rapper isn’t taking it lightly, teaming up with Born Sun and releasing a harsh response titled “Lyrical Law vs. Joey Cupcakes.”
On the cut, Bus brands Jumpoff Joey as the weakest link in Slaughterhouse. “First things first, man, you fuckin’ with the worst / You betta bring an ice pack when I see you in person / And I’ma bring an arsenal, ask Joe who the fuck he talkin’ to / He the softest nigga in the group!” he raps.
His lyrical assault continues by digging into Budden’s personal life. “Internet snitcher, like a little bitch / Joey low life, living off rice and goat tripe / He boasts on the mic, then he posts on the site / Then exposed his whole life for the dope, for a price / Don’t rep the culture right / Sold his soul for the hype / Got known overnight for niggas fuckin’ his wife / Got bust in the eyesight and still wouldn’t fight!”
While his potshots at Royce Da 5’9” were thinly veiled, he brings his venom to light at the end of his verse. “You a disgrace to Jersey, you suck on the mic / You and 5’9” are like two moist buttwipes / Walkin’ around all uptight,” he continues.
Canibus is currently gearing up for the release of his collaboration LP The Underdogs with Keith Murray, and will later release an album as part of the HRSMN super group featuring Kurupt, Ras Kass and Killah Priest. The group collaborated with Slaughterhouse on a track titled "House of Horses."

B.o.B Fires Back At Odd Future On Tech N9ne's "All 6's and 7's"

Bobby Ray logs another diss track to the 10-person crew out of Cali.
The war of words rages on between B.o.B and Odd Future. Bobby Ray, who released his Tyler, The Creator diss on “No Future,” revives the beef on a track included on Tech N9ne’s “Am I a Pyscho?” off his upcoming album All 6’s and 7’s.
The track, produced by B.o.B and also featuring Hopsin, touts the Atlanta, Georgia native on the chorus. His verse at the end of the tune is packed with subliminals directed towards the West Coast crew, using a similar flow that Eminem used in diss tracks to Benzino. previewed the album, which also features a skit titled “Call From Richie” that makes mention of an old HHDX interview. The LP, which features guest appearances from Snoop Dogg, Lil Wayne, Busta Rymes, T-Pain, Yelawolf and more, is slated to hit stores on June 7th.

Lil B Addresses Comments He Made On Twitter Regarding Osama Bin Laden's Death

In an interview with MTV rapper Lil B clarifies his Tweets made about Bin Laden, says he doesn't condone violence.
California rapper and self-proclaimed based God, Lil B turned to MTV’s Rap Fix to clarify comments he made earlier this week regarding the death of Osama bin Laden.
Unlike many Lil B seemed to take a more sympathetic approach when addressing the death of Bin Laden. This of course led to a firestorm of comments both online and off.
"[Just] because they say osama is dead [doesn’t] mean that’s a good thing osama has family to that probably loves him alot as well - Lil B," said the rapper on Twitter following news of Bin Laden’s death.
In his interview with Rap Fix, Lil B explained that he wasn’t too aware of the situation with Bin Laden and that he tries to never be too judgmental.
“Thank you for bringing that up because I think this is a topic I really wanted to address on the broad scale. Really with that it’s because first thing I haven’t been too informed on the Osama bin Laden situation,” Lil B explained to MTV. “When I like to get information I like to have a hundred percent truth. Before I even say something I like to really know what I’m talking about. First, I wasn’t looking. I haven’t really been paying attention to it…I wanted to know what drove Osama bin Laden to feel this way. Say for instance someone does something wrong to you there’s a reason behind stuff. Hate crimes, there’s a reason a behind that. Just the person that I am I like to sometimes take a deep breath and assess before I judge.”
Lil B went on to share that he’s quite the pacifist and does not support violence or war.
“I don’t support violence at all. I don’t support war,” said Lil B. “I don’t support anything that’s negative like that where people are against people with killing…No one deserves to die.”