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Breaking Down the Most Scathing Diss Tracks of All Time | Billboard Unfiltered

In the fourth episode of ‘Billboard Unfiltered,’ Billboard staffers Damien Scott & Carl Lamarre break down the top 15 most scathing diss tracks in the history of rap battles. They go in-depth about J. Cole’s “Grippy” feature, Sexyy Red’s newest album and her career projection, and more!

Carl Lamarre:

“Ether” was scathing, more scathing to me because that’s what it took for Hov to get to that point. Clearly Hov has self-esteem issues. I love you, Uncle Hov, by the way.

Damien Scott: 

So I think people hold him to a different standard. If Drake would rap about “Grippy,” no one would care.

Carl Lamarre:

What I appreciate about Sexyy is her authenticity. She’s out here twerking at a Zach Bryan concert. You don’t see that every day, you know what I’m saying? We are back from Memorial Day weekend.

Damien Scott:

It’s just the two of us. 

Carl Lamarre:

Just the two of us. Trevor Anderson is in Paris. He went to go see Nadal who caught an L unfortunately, pretty sus. But we’re gonna hold it down in Trevor’s memory and Nadal’s. We caused a little ruckus last week on the internet. We put out our Top 15 Most Scathing Dis Tracks of all time. 

Damien Scott:

Yeah.

Carl Lamarre:

I think before we dive into, you know, 15 to 1, we should break down, because there was a lot of confusion, like as the greatest, you know, disses of all time.

Damien Scott:

Not the greatest. 

Carl Lamarre:

The most scathing.

Damien Scott: 

Not the best, not the greatest. We saw everyone do their greatest and their best list. And we’ve been kicking around how to tackle it for awhile, like, oh, we should do something in this world.

Keep watching the video to find out more!

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