Some of you spent the Christmas vacation with household, opening presents, consuming too many cookies and avoiding your loud uncle Dirk. But Eminem and the remainder of the Shade45 crew bought collectively on Tuesday (Dec. 25) to rely down the "12 Days of Diss-Mas." Em (aka "Diss" Kringle), sat down with longtime supervisor, Paul Rosenberg and DJ Whoo Kid on Marshall's SiriusXM station for a 40-plus minute run by means of a few of the best rap diss tracks of all time.
The gang began, in fact, with KRS-One's iconic 1987 observe "The Bridge is Over," from Boogie Down Productions, a tough shot aimed toward Marley Marl and MC Shan, earlier than hitting on Roxanne Shante's "Roxanne's Revenge" observe slamming UTFO. Along the way in which, the trio flexed their deep hip-hop data, together with the number of Roxanne's who had been rapping on the time and a deeper breakdown of the Roxanne legend. "May I add that that file was performed with one take," Whoo Kid famous.
They ran by means of MC Lyte "10% Diss," a shot at MC Antoinette for utilizing the identical loop on her single "I Got An Attitude" borrowed from Audio Two's "Top Billin'." The record additionally included LL Cool J's "Jack the Ripper," N.W.A's "Fuck Tha Police," Ice Cube's vicious "No Vaseline," Dr. Dre's "Dre Day" and Tim Dog's first salvo sooner or later East Coast/West Coast battle, "Fuck Compton." Along the way in which, they touched on Eminem's obsession with amassing basic rap singles and albums on cassette and his ongoing fasciation with LL Cool J. "'Jack the Ripper' was a tricky fucking track," Em stated. "One of the best all-timed diss information ever."
The prime 4 included Common's "The Bitch in Yoo," a shot again at Cube's "Westside Slaughterhouse" -- which took jabs at East Coast MCs -- adopted by Eazy-E's "Real Mothaphuckkin' G's" snap at Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg and Death Row and Yz's "Diss Fe Liar," a shot at Poor Righteous Teacher's Wise Intelligent, which Em stated actually tore him up. "The most conflicted I ever was in a beef...I fuck with 'em each," Eminem stated.
The prime canine, in fact, was Tupac Shakur's "Hit 'Em Up," the vicious 1996 haymaker in opposition to former buddy Notorious B.I.G. "This could be the best diss file of all time," Rosenberg stated, with Eminem including that it was essentially the most private he'd ever heard anybody get in a diss observe at that time.