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Iggy Azalea vs. Azealia Banks

The battle of the Azarents started in 2012, once Banks dubbed out XXL magazine for placing Iggy on its "Freshman" cover after she spit lyrics choose "runmethod servant master" on one of her tracks.

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In 2014, Banks referred to as out Iggy for being quick to appropriate babsence culture while staying silent went it comes to babsence worries -- choose the police shooting of Mike Brvery own. She also dubbed her "Igloo Australia."

Iggy hit earlier via a Twitter rant, calling Banks "poisonous" and blaming her lack of success on her "piss poor perspective."


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The Roxanne Wars

WBLS D.J. Mr. Magic made U.T.F.O."s "Roxanne, Roxanne" a hit, but When the group bailed on a thank-you appearance on his radio present, the Marley Marl-backed Juice Crew cut a diss track in response, featuring teenager Lolita Gooden under the moniker Roxanne Shanté. 

U.T.F.O. responded to Shanté"s diss, which opened up the flood entrances for any type of Roxanne, Rox and Roxy to gain in on the feud, which they did, with a number of unauthorized responses by acts favor Sparky D, Ralph Rolle and Dr. Freshh.


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Lil" Kim vs. Foxy Brown

Lil" Kim and also Foxy Brown"s careers took off about the exact same time, fueling rumors that there were tensions between the two -- particularly when their deyet albums were scheduled for release a week apart.

Then Kim put out "Notorious K.I.M.," on which she took implicit shots at Foxy, who then fired back with some lines of her very own. The beef eventually took a violent rotate once shots rang out as Kim left Hot 97"s studios following a run-in in between her entourage and Capone from Capone-N-Noreaga. It was believed to have been associated to Foxy"s lyrics in the CNN song "Bang, Bang."


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Jay-Z vs. Nas

With the fatality of Notorious BIG, Nas had actually rose to the optimal of the rap chain. But after a couple of flop albums he made method for Jay-Z to end up being the brand-new King of Rap, nursing a beef that remained mainly subliminal until Hova released an main diss track titled "The Takeover" in 2001. On it, he said Nas "went from Nasty Nas to Esco"s trash"and rapped, "Ask Nas, he do not desire it through Hov."

Then all hell damaged loose because Nas definitely did want it with Jay-Z, releasing "Ether," which assaulted HOVA"s street cred and even more. As the 2 peak rap artists at the moment, Nas and also Jay-Z were basically embroiled in a power battle for hip-hop supremacy, but now the two are besties -- kinda.


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Tupac v. B.I.G.

The feud that characterized the East Coast–West Coast rap rivalry. The two were apparently on good terms until Tupac got shot and robbed in a Manhattan recording studio. Pac assumed Biggie was behind it all, specifically after he released a track titled "Who Shot Ya?" 

The West Coast rapper came earlier with countless diss tracks including "Hit "Em Up," which took shots at B.I.G. Biggie never came back with an "official" retaliation record, yet the tension still ongoing.

Their beef technically finished when Tupac was fatally shot in a drive-by in Vegas. Less than a year later on, Biggie was leaving a Soul Train Music Awards after party once he was additionally fatally shot in a drive-by. Tbelow are multiple theories surrounding the two iconic rappers" deaths, including Biggie"s involvement in Tupac"s murder.


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MC Shan v. KRS-One

But the original East–West rivalry took place between the Bronx and Queens. "The Bridge Wars" broke out when Marley Marl and MC Shan released a track titled "The Bridge," which implied that hip-hop began in Queensbridge.

KRS-One bristled at the idea, so he put out "South Bronx," in which he took shots at MC Shan and pelevated the South Bronx. Though the feud started in 1985, diss tracks continued well into 2001. The beef officially involved an finish as soon as KRS-One and Marley Marl collaborated on the "Hip Hop Lives" album in 2007.

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Feuds have become something of a tradition in the genre, but while some will go dvery own in history others were simply wack


In light of the genre"s most current petty feud in between The Game and also Meek Mill, muzic-ivan.info looks earlier at hip-hop"s finest and worst historic beefs.