MMG’s grind never stops as they unleash the first cut off of their upcoming mixtape “MMG 2013 Takeover” and sees the bawse Rick Ross team up with Gunplay as they re-work T.I’s track “Ball”
After retaliating with the dis track “Repo” on Wednesday night, Meek Mill is stepping backfrom his feud with Cassidy. The MMG rapper announced on Twitter that he doesn’t plan to release any more records directed at the Philly rapper. ”No more attention on broke n—- sh–….. I’m done…. Time 2 get this money! Nothing else #mmg #dcr,” he wrote on Twitter, then retweeting a fan who seemed to have just caught his track. “U missed the service it was nice! lol RT @JHarden13: WOW @MeekMill.”
As far as the public could tell, the contention between the two rappers begin in July when Cassidy began to retweet fans who wondered why he and Meek had not recorded since his career began to skyrocket with MMG. Meek, immediately offended by the implication, tossed some words at Cassidy. “U on some clown sh– right now,” he wrote. “Just say it 2 my face… I’m always home… Y’all b getting beside y’all self with this send button don’t confuse this twitter wit real life… #hating.” via:mtvnews
Even though there’s no video recording of it, Jay-Z and DMX‘s infamous ’90s rap battle is the stuff of legends in Hip Hop. Now, in a recent interview with VladTV via Nah Right, producer Swizz Beatz speaks on the mythical battle between two of his most frequent collaborators. Although Swizz explained that he missed the actual battle itself, he remembers seeing peoples’ excitement immediately after the battle took place. The Bronx-born super-producer also explained that it was these early connections with the Ruff Ryders that helped introduce him to Hova in the early part of both artists’ career.
“Nah, [I wasn't there for Jay-Z and DMX's battle]. I just missed it,” he recalled. “I don’t know [who won]. My uncles [Waah and Dee Dean, Ruff Ryder CEOs] made everybody turn their cameras off; that’s like the worst shit. You’ve just seen the end of it when the cameras come on and the dude’s rapping some shit…it was real. You could’ve made a movie around that moment. I just remember the energy from everybody coming from that to see [DMX] and to see Hov; [it was] like Meek [Mill] and Cassidy at that time. I’m just happy to be able to witness these moments because I was super young, so I was able to get all that from [a] young [age], and still be young and do what I’m doing.”
“I was just speaking to Jay yesterday…and it was like, ‘We’ve working [together] for 14 years, dog; that shit is crazy.’ I remember walking into his office with a cassette with 40 beats and he bought the whole joint right off the spot. That’s how we met…this was like, ’96-97 ‘cus the shit started coming out in ’98…I think it was right after Reasonable Doubt, because he definitely had that Reasonable Doubt swag in that office.” via:hiphopdx
Meek Mill has poked fun at Cassidy over his latest song release “Condom Style.” Taking to Instagram, the Maybach Music Group rapper called the track “the worst song in the history of rapping” and said that there’s no way he intended it seriously. “Go 2 rapradar.com this is the worst song in the history of rapping….this gotta b a joke! Google #condomstyle,” he wrote on Instagram, racking up 15,700 likes on the pic. The Philadelphia, Pennsylvania natives have sparred over the past few months, trading barbs on Twitter and entertaining the idea of a Rap battle. Check the Instagram pic below.