After fans revived the beef between Tory Lanez and Eric Bellinger, it sparked curiosity about beef between artists that fans probably are not aware of. Here is a list of the top five feuds in the hip-hop industry that fans probably don’t know existed.
1. Tory Lanez And Eric Bellinger
Tory Lanez is notoriously known for the amount of beef he has in the industry.
In 2018, the Canadian artist took R&B singer Eric Bellinger’s popular tag “It’s gon be your favorite song.”
In response, Bellinger confronted Lanez. However, the beef took a turn when Lanez decided to diss Eric Bellinger, to which he responded.
2. K Camp And Prairie View A&M University
In 2019, Atlanta rapper K. Camp was set to perform at Texas HBCU Prairie View A&M University’s Homecoming.
However, some students were not excited about his performance and took to Twitter to express frustration causing him to back out.
After the dispute, Camp released a diss track about the University titled, “Homecoming.”
Camp explicitly said, “I fuck with Texas, give no fucks ’bout PV”
3. Keri Hilson And Beyoncè
Keri Hilson suffered a public meltdown in 2013 after dissing Beyoncè and Ciara on the “Turning Me On” Remix.
The Atlanta artist later went on a music hiatus.
4. XXXTentacion And Drake
In 2018, the late XXXTentacion trolled Canadian rapper Drake by influencing his fans to chant “F*ck Drake” during a live performance.
The Florida rapper accused Drake of stealing his flow in “KMT” from his breakout song “Look At Me.” They were unable to squash beef before the Florida rapper’s death.
5. Drake And Kanye
The beef between Drake and Kanye West is always hard to keep up with.
The two have had an on-again-off-again feud since 2018 after Ye accused Drake of acting like a bully. The two called a truce in 2021 with the help of comedian Dave Chappelle.
The Game’s New Diss Track, “The Black Slim Shady” Sparks Mixed Fan Reactions
If two artists have beef, it’s only fitting that they make diss tracks about each other.
Last month The Game released his much-anticipated album, Drillmatic, and it had social media buzzing.
What stood out to fans is the track titled “The Black Slim Shady,” where he takes shots at Eminem.