Earlier today I posted a new track from Big Sean ft Kendrick Lamar and Jay Electronica called “Control”, and the Hip-Hop world has been talking non-stop about Kendrick Lamar’s verse, claiming he’s the “King of New York”. Naturally, fans and rappers alike have formed opinions on the line, and Slaughterhouse member Joell Ortiz is the first to issue an official response to Kendrick Lamar. You can listen to Joell Ortiz – Outta Control (Kendrick Lamar Response) on the sound cloud player below.
In a completely unexpected move, here is the audio (with download link) from Canibus for his track “J Clone” which is a diss aimed directly to J.Cole. Below is a quote from Canibus explaining his reasons for the record.
Currently, new artists such as J Cole have continuously mentioned me as their favorite artist, shouted me out in articles, magazine/online interviews, and even gone as far as starting off show sets by playing some of my earlier material to warm up the audience and give off the impression that he is real hip hop and loves real lyricism. Cole might say he does this to pay homage, but in reality, by him playing my older material owned by my former label dating back to 1998, subsequently overlooking my current works and contributions which directly benefit me now, he is treating me less like an artist that has, and continues to contribute, influence, and inspire an even younger generation of MC’s coming up, and more like an artist that has physically passed on already(i.e. Tupac, B.I.G., Big L, Heavy D, Eyeda): you get the point I’m trying to make. I can’t help but to think that he is not nearly as sincere or genuine as he would like real hip hop heads to think he is because he speaks about me like I am dead. What he is doing is underhanded and disingenuous and whether it is his idea or not, I don’t agree with his tactic and I have something to say about it.
Was I so ahead of my time back in 1996 that people are currently unable to comprehend the jewels I continue to offer hip-hop NOW in 2012?
Do some real research folk. I am currently 12 albums deep, and I challenge anyone with a high school education or better to dispute the validity of the cutting edge Hip Hop music I still contribute to the art form on a yearly basis. Whether you ever wanted to collaborate on a track with me or not is your prerogative, I only ask that in your efforts to “pay homage” you don’t overlook my current offerings to this genre I still love very much and defend to the fullest.
Some might look to label me as an older head picking on a younger head who claims to have been influenced by me, but I refuse to let anyone including him stand on what we built, and pompously extract only the parts that suit them and their undermining intentions under the guise of “paying homage”. I’m sick of it. That’s fake, fraudulent, and misrepresents mine and others contributions, and significance to hip-hop music. After watching many many interviews of Clone, I mean Cole “pay homage”, I decided to pay some homage to him myself because I am still alive and well and ready to throw down for Hip Hop.
Captain Cold Crush
More recently Canibus released a video retracting his words. You can download Canibus – J Clone (J Cole diss) on the hulkshare player below, and also watch the Canibus vlog on the player below.
I’ve said this before and I re-iterate to readers my opinion on Canibus. I’ve never understood some of the business decisions he’s made throughout his career, including most recently verbally attacking Slaughterhouse. Not only was this unjustified (in my opinion) going against the world’s most popular supergroup isn’t generally a good idea. Anyway Joe Budden has yesterday leaked a track titled “Spring Training (Shots Fired)” which is aimed at Canibus and Arsonal who’s a battle rapper from Jersey. You can listen to Joe Budden – Spring Training (Shots Fired) on the audio player below.
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This was something I passed initially because I either thought the headlines were misconstrued, or it was media quite simply looking for a headline. I finally decided to listen to the “diss” and was surprised to see Snoop Dogg really go on Lil Wayne in a single called Protocol. Referencing to Lil Wayne’s infamous kiss with Birdman, and comparing him to T-Pain, Snoop Dogg holds nothing back on his aggressive diss towards Lil Wayne. We don’t know the reason why Snoop Dogg is dissing Lil Wayne, but we’ll be sure to find out. You can listen to Snoop Dogg – Protocol on the player below.
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