During the NFL’s halftime show, rapper Dre Day was mentioned several times. The reference was meant to be a nod to the legacy that Dre has left in hip hop. Tweets about the half-time show mentioned his Death Row Records label and his NWA affiliation. However, the rapper’s legacy is so much bigger than that.

Diss record

It is diss record day! Diss records are songs that make fun of a specific artist. Ice Cube is one of the most famous diss artists. His “No Vaseline” track is considered one of the best diss tracks of all time. The diss track is a low-key song that is usually aimed at a particular rapper, but may name drop or allude to that artist.


Diss record with Eazy-E

Eazy-E is a well-known hip-hop artist. He disses many different rappers and has his own record label. In the early 1990s, Eazy-E and Ice Cube had a beef, but they later reconciled. Eazy-E has yet to release a diss track against Ice Cube. But a portion of a track that Eazy-E recorded but never released was leaked recently. It does not contain any diss messages against Ice Cube, but it still contains a reference to the rap star.

The “Dre Day” single was released in 1993. It was a diss track against Eazy-E, who was a member of Dre’s former group. Eazy-E was the head of the label Ruthless Records, and also owned the rap group N.W.A. The video for “Dre Day” accused Eazy of cheating the artists on his label.


The title track of Eazy-E’s debut album, “Eazy-Duz-It”, was released in 1988. The album was a huge hit, and Eazy-E ended up benefiting from the success. Dre’s label, Interscope, reportedly paid Eazy-E 25 to 50 cents for each copy sold.

Eazy recruited fellow hip-hop artists BG Knocc Out and Dresta. Their beef further divided rap fans. It even divided the two tribes. But despite their differences, both artists were able to release a diss record of some sort.

Eazy-E was a rapper from Compton, California. He was active from the mid-to-late 1980s until his death in 1995 from AIDS. He had released solo albums and EPs and collaborated with the hip-hop group N.W.A., but the group broke up in 1991.

Diss record with Luke Campbell

Dre has recently released a new diss record called “Fuck wit Dre Day.” The track is directed at fellow N.W.A members Ice Cube and Dre. He also rapped about Tim Dog. The song was originally a hidden track, but was later added to the tracklist.

“Fuck wit Dre Day” features an obscene amount of insults aimed at Eazy-E. It also features jabs at Tim Dog and Luther Campbell from the 2 Live Crew. The single reached number eight on the Billboard Hot 100.

Dre Day was released as a single in 1993. The song features an appearance from Snoop Doggy Dogg and was released on the eponymous album The Chronic. Despite its controversial nature, the song is a popular one among hip hop fans. It has become a classic and is one of the best-selling diss records in history.

Diss record with Ice Cube

Ice Cube has been making records since 1991 and dropped his latest diss record, “No Vaseline.” His first verse disses the N.W.A. group as a whole, but he also takes jabs at Dr. Dre, Yella, and the late Eazy-E. The song also takes on the infamous Jerry Heller and the late Eazy-E.

“No Vaseline” is the most vicious diss record in Ice Cube’s discography. The track was written and produced by Ice Cube, but it was not included in the UK release of Death Certificate. The song is full of vicious lyrics about Cube’s former group, the N.W.A., and specifically takes shots at his former bandmate and Ruthless Records’ former CEO, Jerry Heller. The song is one of Cube’s best.

Ice Cube’s rap career has been marred by controversies. While he may be the most successful rapper of the 1990s, he has always been a hypocrite. In 1991, Cube claimed R&B was “wack and soft,” but he made a video for WHITE R&B group in 1993. And his recent diss of West Coast radio for not supporting his newer work shows that he lacks leadership skills.

Common called Ice Cube a hypocrite in a song that diss the rapper’s “fake” image. The song breaks down Ice Cube’s “Muslim posturing” and “St Ides” lyrics and reveals his fakeness. This new generation does not want an older man in a Dickie, nor do his past fans want to hear his “pretending” lyrics.

Despite this controversy, Ice Cube and Dr. Dre were reportedly on better terms by the time of the album’s release. In fact, Ice Cube even appeared in the album’s second single, “Let Me Ride,” a song Dre later released, and his animosity towards Dre was downplayed.

Diss record with Snoop Dogg

Diss record day is an opportunity for rappers to put their hats on another rapper. This time, it’s Snoop Dogg. The Grammy-nominated MC has a long list of friends in the music industry. He has a new album coming out called Bacc on Death Row, and he’s collaborating with DJ Whoo Kid. Snoop also talked about his upcoming performance at the Pepsi Super Bowl LVI halftime show.

Last month, Snoop Dogg purchased Death Row Records, which is owned by his label Snoop Dogg. Snoop Dogg said he was “transforming” the label into “an NFT label.” The label has since removed key albums from its catalog, including ‘The Chronic’ by Dr. Dre, and ‘Bitch N-Ggaz’, “Fuck You” and ‘The Next Episode” by Eminem and Snoop. Both rappers have worked together before and have appeared on stage at SuperBowl halftime shows.

Snoop Dogg and Eminem have released two new music videos. “From the D 2 The LBC” is the top-trending music video on YouTube. The video alternates between live performances and their Bored Ape avatars. The video pays homage to Snoop’s hometown of Long Beach, California (area code 213) and Eminem’s hometown of Detroit.

In recent weeks, Eminem and Snoop Dogg have been in conflict over music. Their dispute over Eminem’s “Zeus” remix was widely reported, with both rappers saying they are “good” and “will have our differences in private.” However, it’s not likely that Snoop Dogg will take Snoop’s boasting very seriously. The two rappers are no strangers to feuds and have shown their willingness to shoot if the need arises.