The real gangstas!
Everyone always believes that rappers are the first ones to pop off whenever they feel uneasy about a situation. That’s utterly incorrect. For the past few years, producers have crawled out of their caves, beaming with confidence, to voice their opinion on a slew of topics. With no hesitation, these guys have spoken their minds about whoever with no issue whatsoever. You gotta love it.
Boi1da Vs. Tory Lanez
Just recently, Boi1da took stabs at Toronto artist Tory Lanez for trying to emulate Drake’s dancehall sound on his new single, “Luv.” “If I hear one more terrible dancehall attempt of a song I’m out,” wrote the “No Love” producer on Twitter. He would later post a picture of a Pokemon and compare it Tory because of its ability to copy anything.
DJ Mustard Vs. YG
DJ Mustard and YG forged a formidable lane as a one-two punch in hip hop when “My Hitta” dropped. When YG released My Krazy Life, the streets salivated for more. Sadly, beef came between the childhood friends. In 2014, DJ Mustard called out YG for not paying him for his contributions on his highly-touted album. “I still ain’t got paid [sic] for his album! So I don’t give a f***!!!!” he said. Fortunately, the two squashed everything at Coachella.
J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League Vs. Chance The Rapper
Chance The Rapper found himself embroiled in some producer beef with none other than J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League. According to the production faction, they were never paid by Chance. Then, they proceeded to call him out on Twitter. “Y u think we aint been working with ur favorite rappers lately? I doubt that @chancetherapper even pays producers.” Chance never responded to those accusations.