There are two things that are going to go down here. I want to post two of the other best diss tracks that there are. A little history. Its funny that two of the best are against Jay.
There is no order here and they are really just my opinion.
Nas - Ether
2 Pac - Hit Em Up
Cam - You Got To Love It Beyonce
Nas killed Jay so bad that "Ether" has become a word for a diss.
2 Pac really goes at Biggie so fucking serious. Like wow. Its shocking to hear this, no one raps like this. The beat is way up tempo but Pac is talking about cuttin up Big and shit.
As for Cam, there is nothing to really say that hasn't been said already.
I will have to give today to Cam yet again. He beat Jay again for a second day. Jay is flatlined. Seriously, if he is going to do something it needs to happen real soon. Cam was on Hot 97 again this morning. He set the record straight again. Cam has been all over the radio the last two days and Jay has been in hiding. And to kick it even more to Jay, the Nets lost today to Boston. Jay is havin a bad week.
Here is a racap of the radio show this mornin' via allhiphop.com
Rapper Cam'ron has further clarified his position against Island Def Jam president/rapper Shawn "Jay-Z" Carter, after the Harlem native recently released the dis track called "Gotta Love It."
Cam'ron alleged that Jay-Z's declaration of peace with Nas in October 2005, was initially meant to destroy the credibility of his own Diplomats crew.
Cam'ron told Miss Jones and the Hot 97 morning show team the culmination of his grievance in the weeks leading up to Jay-Z's "I Declare War" concert, which was hosted by rival station Power 105.
"The last straw was that station down the dial [Power 105 and] he supposed to ["declare war"], where he is supposed to be dissing everybody he had a problem with," he explained to Miss Jones, DJ Envy and others. "So you know leading up to the concert, I got Dame calling me like, 'He's trying to get old footage of you of when you and Jim got jumped and he's trying to find Jim's Catholic school pictures.' So leading up to this concert, we had to get on point, you dig? I don't know whatever he was looking for, you ain't gonna find it."
Jay-Z and Nas' peace treaty was applauded by the Hip-Hop community, however beef with Cam'ron and his crew has quietly festered for many years.
Prior to the "I Declare War" concert, Jim Jones publicly dissed Jay-Z to Mad Linx when he was the host of BET's "Rap City."
"When [Jay-Z] became the President, that was our way out [of Def Jam]. We not with it at all, ya dig, and if you wanna go statistically, not even on just the fire part, just statistically, we sold more records than everybody up at Roc-A-Fella every time we came out with an album," Jim Jones said on air. "Why would we be with somebody that sell no records statistically? The Roc is over. It's more like a cubic zirconium. The diamond is crumbled."
Cam'ron also said problems arose when Jay-Z discovered plans to appoint him President of Roc-A-Fella, a position he turned down due to a disagreement over his proposed yearly compensation.
Cam'ron also denied that he slept with Jay-Z's girlfriend Beyonce, although he insinuated an act took place in his freestyle dis.
"This ain't noting personal toward her, but I know what hurts his heart," he said.
Still Cam'ron admitted that this was a war of words, not one he hoped would end in violence.
"At the end of the day, I don't want any violence. I'm trying to avoid it. It don't even make sense to do violence, we just trying to do music," Cam admitted.
Jay-Z wasn't available for comment at press time.
Jay-Z come out come out wherever you are. Now this is starting to remind me of when Yokozuna put Undertaker in a coffin and then Undertaker went into hiding for about a year or so.
Cam interview with Kay on Hot 97 Drama Hour 1/19**NEW**(last segment only 10 minutes long)
Cam - You Gotta Love It Beyonce (new intro)
Cam - You Got To Love It Beyonce (Old Intro)
Cam interview with Kay 1/18
Cam - Swagger Jackin'
Cam - Oh What a Night
Cam with Fat Joe, T.I. Bub B - No Problems Remix