“This Ain’t No Lil’ Kid Rap” – Rah Digga
And who said females couldn’t RAP? They’re female emcees out here in the game who’s lyrical mouthpiece flow harder than a lot of dudes whom “thinking” they be rhyming. And the first lady of Busta Rhymes former ‘Flipmode Squad’ crew, Rah Digga is one of them who keeps bringing it. And if you funk with her, she’ll get at ya. Ask Tyler, The Creator. MC Lyte probably won’t push her integrity to the side to go after the Odd Future’s frontman. But with Digga, if she has to push her integrity to the side to show a few artists that they need to get some integrity and have some respect for the god MC’s or MC’stress, then she’ll drop the bomb on ya. Isn’t that right Tyler.
Check out Rah Digga going H.A.M. on her latest track, The ‘N-word In Me’.
Well danggggggg. He went WFF on son. Dude isn’t a real eMcee. Within the context of a freestyle battle, anything goes as far as what your opponent might verbally throw at you. Sure, it’ll make you want to throw some blows; however, that’s what the microphone is for. If you can take the heat in a battle, then almost nothing in the world could phase you. Guess everybody isn’t ready for that.
Check out the battle and the PUNCH.
Seems like things are heating up over Common’s controversial ‘Sweet’ joint, to which he seems to be taking shots at several emCEEs, particularly Drake. Yet over several interviews, such as Sway In The Morning and 106 & Park, the Chicago bred hip hop rapper says he’s not going in at the Toronto Canada Young Money artist. Yet in one interview, he did say that the lyrics in Sweet implies to whichever rapper feels he is talking about them. DANG!
At a concert in Los Angeles, before exiting off stage, Drizzy spreaded love to the crowd before saying “just because he sings, he ain’t no b****.” Was that a shot to Common, or was that a shot at Ludacris, whom seem to had taken shots at both Drake and Big Sean on his Bada Boom joint? If it’s about Common indeed, just know that though Common does conscious hip hop, he ain’t no b**** either. Remember, he went in on Ice Cube (N.W.A., Westside Connection) on The B**** In You. In all seriousness, not many rappers don’t want to go in on Common, especially if they don’t want their egos to be crushed. Cube is a beast, but he felt it. But lets hope that’s not any battles to occur between the Young Money and Good M.U.S.I.C. affiliated artists. Especially for Common being on his grown man. Yet sometimes, uncle gotta teach their nephews the lesson of why not to put their hand on the stove.
Common – The B**** in You (Ice Cube diss)