Worst Diss Tracks of All TimeWhether you like the artist or not, these diss tracks fail on any basic level.
The Top Ten
This song is literally a diss track towards an Anime series. What is this garbage. - LilliamPumpernickel
This is just embarrassing and insulting. This white Chinese guy cannot steal from the nwa - SoloPotato
It's Everyday Bro without his Disney Channel flow!
Seriously jake paul sucks
This sounds more like a youtube parody, not a professional diss track. its kinda funny though
You might know, I actually like ICP, their horrorcore, their deeper tracks and also their stupid humor. Now, there was a time when Eminem was not as famous as them and advertised one of his release parties with a guest appearance by ICP without even asking them. They were fed up and this stupid feud started. "Slim Anus" is by far the biggest bull in this. They took Eminem's "My Name Is" and rapped over it, turning it into a childish and immature parody. - Martin_Canine
While I don't hate this song like many people do - it's just weird and was clearly made under the influence of drugs, but whatever - it fails as its main purpose which is to be a diss track aimed at Lil Kim. A good diss track is if you can expose something terrible about the other, but here Minaj just denounces an unnamed listener while bragging about her own life. - Martin_Canine
This might be the worst diss track that no one knows about. Not only does the beat sound like it was made through a funnel, but nowhere does Soulja Boy actually diss Hopsin. He just brags about how much money he has and how he's "so fresh, you wanna have swag like me". Hopsin never responded because Soulja pretty much dissed himself with this awful track.
Awful. Just listened to it and it might be Soulja's worst song ever
What no this good how dare you put this here Sub Man is god - Userguy44
More like Atrocious Autotune Abuse - xandermartin98
One of several diss tracks by Fler aimed at Kollegah in one of the stupidest feuds of all time. Fler is a street rapper who has been there since the early 2000s, and who is authentical, yet not a very lyrical or technically advanced.
Kollegah is not authentical, he only portrays a stage persona, yet is probably the most advanced German rapper technically and lyrically. Now, Fler is fed up and frequently disses Kollegah, even though Kollegah is ten times more successful and has also better reviews. This is not what to base a feud on. A feud should be personal.
What makes "Schrei nach Liebe" especially terrible is that it randomly interpolates the chorus of the Die Ärzte song of the same name, which is widely regarded as one of the greatest German songs of all time. The original song is a powerful punk statement against Naziism, and remains an anthem against racism until today. You don't use such a song for a stupid hip hop feud. Also, Fler does not say anything except for ...more - Martin_Canine
This song was cringy as it was short
The artists from the Selfmade Records label (which included Kollegah, Favorite and some others back then) took a few aims at the Aggro Berlin label, which was the biggest German hip hop record label back then (two years later, Kollegah became rap's biggest star and soon Aggro Berlin was shut down), so 4 artists from Aggro Berlin created this diss track as a counter attack - Fler and Kollegah also have a long style vs. substance based feud that still goes on.
While the diss track itself is okay - nothing special and rather superficial, but without many slips - Kitty Kat's verse against Favorite deserves a lot more hate. Not only because all she has to say is that he is secretly gay, but mostly because she ends her verse by making fun of Favorite's dead parents. Not cool. This goes too far. - Martin_Canine
Eminem tackled Benzino after he gave him negative reviews in The Source.
If that wasn't stupid in and of itself - Eminem is acclaimed worldwide, he shouldn't care for those reviews - the final diss sounded silly and childish as can be ("you're just really jealous of me", "you're disgusting", "you're a mean, mean man",...). I get this is a joke song and yes, it's kind of funny on a stupid level, but as a diss track this kind of backfires. - Martin_Canine
Kay One and Bushido have one of the few interesting amd personal feuds in German rap. Bushido, the godfather of German (gangsta) rap, and Kay One, a newcomer with energy and ambition, were friends for some years and frequently collaborated. Kay One was also signed to Bushido's famous hip hop label ersguterjunge. Then Kay One suddenly ran away. Literally. Kay One's side of the story is that Bushido was greedy and exploited his label mates, giving them little money, but forced them to ghostwrite for him by threatening them with his ties to the mafia-like Abou Chaker clan (he is personal friends with Arafat Abou Chaker). Bushido's side is that in the past Kay One has always been friends with one particular rapper, wanted to gain fame and money with the friendship, and then left when he met a more famous rapper. At the time Kay One left Bushido, he just got a contract from a T.V. channel.
Both released gripping epic storytelling diss tracks that are excelent in every aspect, and as far ...more - Martin_Canine
There's an official remix of "Flawless" by Beyoncé featuring Nicki Minaj. Now, Lil Kim made yet another inofficial remix where her verse is added at the end of Nicki's. It is supposed to be a diss against Nicki, but actually she has absolutely nothing to say to her except for saying that Minaj is not the Queen of Rap. Then raps a rather bad and repetitive verse, randomly mentions she had a baby in the meantime and ends the song by saying she gives good oral sex. Ummm, okay? - Martin_Canine
There has been a stupid feud between the labels Selfmade Records and Aggro Berlin (see "Früher wart ihr Fans" and "Schrei nach Liebe"). While Farid Bang is not signed to Selfmade Records, he is best friends with Kollegah, and so he has a bad stance towards the former most famous Aggro Berlin member Sido. On this song, Farid "sings" about how he had sex with Sido's then-girlfriend in the back of the Comet Award show.
You know, Farid Bang could be in the same league as Kollegah and SpongeBozz if he wasn't so darn immature. - Martin_Canine
A new diss track from late May 2017 aimed at PA Sports.
I have no clue what exactly is the origin of the feud, but underground rapper PA Sports violentky mauled the car of JuliensBlog and threatened him. JuliensBlog is a German YouTuber who founded the very popular video battle tournament JuliensBlogBattle that SpongeBozz won in 2013 and since then became famous. After that, Julien and Sponge became friends. As a response to the threats, SpongeBozz recorded this track. You might know that SpongeBozz is my second favorite German rapper after Kollegah, but here I have to say this is underwhelming. As a song it works: the beat is good and his rhyming structure and flow top notch, but he doesn't really say anything. 90% of the song center around the fact that PA Sports is small. From a rapper who rightfully holds the honorific title "God of Battle" I expect much better. - Martin_Canine
Tim Dog was just jealous...
Nick Canon admitted he sucked at rapping. Need I say more
Started the song by dissing his look. Cheap bars too. 1/5
Eminem won. - AlphaQ
German vlogger and beauty YouTuber BibisBeautyPalace aka Bibi H. tried to establish her as a pop singer with the song "How It Is (Wap Bap)", but it soon became one of the ten most disliked videos worldwide. German trap rapper Hustensaft Jüngling decided to record a diss track against her but only spends half a verse talking about her (sometimes he criticizes her singing and pronounciation, sometimes he simply cusses at her). He even says at the beginning of the second verse that she is only worth one verse and continues to brag about his own life. - Martin_Canine
This is not a diss track, this is a stupid mix of some of the most unlikely conspiracy theories out there. - Martin_Canine
Nothing but screaming homophobic slurs at the top Of his lungs and making gay jokes, plus dissing a 6 year old
Ja Rule the fool was asking for his career to end
There are some Ja Rule fans who actually defend this garbage saying he bodied Eminem. Truth is he bodied himself. All Rule does is scream homophobic slurs at his competition, and make gay jokes and thinks it’s funny. He even misspelled his own company’s name lol. To top all off he decided to diss Eminem’s 6 year old daughter, smh, wack.
I don't really think this is a diss track... it's more like he raps in-character as Triumph the Insult Comic Dog. - Martin_Canine
It just doesn't fit nothing she says actually justifies her hating the subject of the song and it just comes of as whiny. Besides that the sound is just annoying I actually like a lot of Taylor Swifts songs but this was a big disappointment. - Powell
The thing is, when I first heard this, I didn't even know it was a diss track. The topic of having been backstabbed is just so universal and unspecific it might as well have been a fictional story. As a pop song, this is lovely, but as a diss track, yeah, it doesn't work. - Martin_Canine
Used to like it before I realized it was basically a whine fest about Katy Perry. Damn it Taylor.
So stupid and cringey! The kid sounds like he's getting tortured while singing!
My ears bleed while listening to him! What is he, eight?
PewDiePie has gone too far with this song (even though I prefer him over T-Series). I may not like T-Series but everything PewDiePie says makes me appreciate him less.
This diss track is elite. - BlueTelegraph
Brilliant because not only is it a proper song on a platinum album, but you're don't even know it's a dis against Eminem until the last line. - Xean45
It's more of a protest song than a diss song, but it's still horrible.
K.S.I SUPERSTOMPS QUADECA IS DEAD! - toshdeluxe
Not only is it just 30 seconds long, but 75% of the lyrics are just "F**k J. Cole" and when they're not that, they're "You a b**ch ass n***a or "you ugly" or just uncreative stuff that anyone can write in about a minute. Oh, and J. Cole roasted him not long after that.
This diss was so bad sounding, with terrible lyrics AND terrible production, that Soulja Boy basically just dissed himself by releasing it.