Top 10 Greatest Classic Rap Diss Tracks in Hip Hop HistoryDiss tracks are a large part of rap culture and here's a list that'll take you down Hip-Hop memory lane.
Possibly the biggest and hardest diss track to ever shock the Hip-Hop world but even more so shocked N.W.A. This was Ice Cube's 1991 diss track towards the group after he was the first to leave a couple years prior. "I never have dinner with the president!"
One of the biggest diss tracks in history, Nas gave unleashed all his energy into his diss towards Jay-Z. This was the response to Jay's 'Takeover' towards Nas, (and Mobb Deep).
He and Jay may have collabed five or so times together but the beef will always part of their history. This is known as one of the hardest hitting disses in Hip-Hop history.
Can-I-Bus's beastly iconic diss that officially kicked off his beef with LL Cool J. The song was so hard that even Mike Tyson made a cameo!
Hov's unforgettable raw 2001 attack on Nas and Mobb Deep. The diss that started the one of, if not the biggest and most relevant beef in the genre's history.
From Hill's legendary first and only solo album, 'The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill', comes her unorthodox diss towards her former partner and 'Fugees' group mate, Wyclef Jean.
Tupac Shakur with his group, Outlawz, hit Biggie in the beef we are know and have heard so much about.
The West Coast giants, N.W.A.'s hit to their recently departed member, Ice Cube, who left the group to experiment with his solo career. The song is amazing and contains one of MC Ren's most impressive performances in terms of flow and delivery. The song had two verses by Ren and both of the remaining rappers, Dr. Dre and Eazy-E, each had two verses and also killed it. Cube responded the following year with 'No Vaseline'.
Em's 2002 purposely corny but catchy diss towards Canibus.
Snoop's cruisy diss to the infamous, Suge Knight and his record label, Death Row Records, after disagreements while Snoop was signed to them.