Saturday, January 21, 2006

Will someone tell The Game no one cares?



As predicted The Game is still recording 50 Cent diss tracks.

The newest one is over the beat to Ja Rule's 'New York', no doubt picked because of Ja and Fiddy's love affair and the fact that it was the track that caused the beef between 50, Jada and Fat Joe.

As usual Game says nothing much except name drop multiple MC's and make weak disses at 50.

Not an all out battle track but still... Game give it a rest already, no one cares.

The Game - New York (Remix)

A slightly more interesting diss track that's come out this week is Cam'ron's attack on Jay-Z.

It's only more interesting because it's a straight up battle track. That's about it.

The punchlines aren't that good, some of the things said show signs of potentially good disses but come on Cam if you're going to go after someone like Jay-Z put a bit more effort into it. When the best part of your battle track is calling someone out for not being 'an 80's baby'... well you've got to consider if it's worth your time and effort.

Nastack has the audio and a slightly more favourable opinion of the track.

UndergroundHipHop.com has reported that Prince Paul 'is trying to holla at the Metal Faced Villain to possibly collabo on a new album together.' How true this is I'm not sure, probably nothing more than wishful thinking but you never know it might come true.

Obviously they've worked together in the past so it's not that bizarre to see it happening but with the Ghostface album, Madvillain 2 and his new role as a cartoon character, does DOOM really have the time?

They're also reporting that Jay-Z's comeback album will be produced by none other than Dr Dre. Quoting 'source close to UGHH.com who works for Dr. Dre's production team out in L.A.' they say at least 2 tracks have already been finished... Again, they've worked together in the past so it's not that insane to think it could be true. If Dre and his team really focus on it then it's pretty certain to be the biggest selling Hip-Hop album of the year and put both of them back at the top of the Hip-Hop food chain.

The Coup are releasing a DVD this spring. SOHH.com are stating it's a 'controversial' DVD but reading the article it's only a 'Greatest Hits' type DVD and the closest it gets to controversy is the fact that the Coup don't follow Democrat or Republican rhetoric. Has America really got so bland that that is considered controversial?

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