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Eminem, Shade 45 Presents 12 Days Of Diss-Mas

Eminem has been a part of many Hip Hop beefs which resulted in various diss songs. Songs aimed at him, and songs by Slim Shady himself.

Most recent, is the feud between Nick Cannon and Eminem taking on new life, after ‘Em dissed Cannon on “Lord Above”. The song which appeared on Fat Joe‘s “Family Ties” album, features Mary J. Blige.

This is where Eminem would not hesitate to create another moment, “I know me and Mariah didn’t end on a high note / But that other dude’s whipped-that p—y got him neutered,” Eminem on ‘Lord Above’ song. “Tried to tell him this chick’s a nut job before he got his jewels clipped / Almost got my caboose kicked / Fool, quit / You not gonna do s–t / I let her chop my balls off too before I lose to you, Nick.”


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Eminem, Shade 45 Presents 12 Days Of Diss-Mas

Nick Cannon would respond to Eminem with not one, but two diss songs. Aside from dropping “The Invitation” and “Pray For Him“, Nick Cannon also invited Eminem to battle on “Wild ‘N Out“. An invitation and diss songs that ‘Em did not respond to.

Celebreating the holiday season and some of Hip Hop’s best diss songs of all time, Eminem brings to us the “12 Days of Diss-mas”. Eminem’s top 12 diss songs of all time.

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The special episode aired on last year Christmas day. Joining ‘Em on the debate was Def Jam exec Paul Rosenberg and the “Haitian Elf” DJ Whoo Kid, counting down the Diss-Mas list.

Tupac’s Hit Em Up tops the list for Eminem

“That, I feel like, was the first time I ever heard anybody get that personal on a diss. Most of it was personal, below-the-belt jabs, but it was done so well and the record was just so crazy,” said Eminem. “The Tupac – Biggie thing was tough because you liked them both. You were stuck in this weird thing where you were bumpin’ a Tupac diss record, then you were bumpin’ something from Biggie that might be dissing Tupac in it.”

Here are the songs that made the list:

  1. “Hit ‘Em Up” Tupac, Outlawz
  2. “Diss Fe Liar” Yz
  3. “Real Motherfuckin’ G’s” Eazy-E
  4. “The Bitch In You” Common
  5. “Fuck Compton” Tim Dog
  6. “Dre Day” Dr. Dre
  7. “No Vaseline” Ice Cube
  8. “Fuck The Police” N.W.A
  9. “Jack The Ripper” LL Cool J
  10. “10 Percent Dis” MC Lyte
  11. “Roxanne’s Revenge” Roxanne Shante
  12. “The Bridge Is Over” Boogie Down Productions


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