As fast as 2015 came, it disappeared, but not without giving us a slew of memorable diss songs.
Social media beefing was at an all time high in 2015, but there was a handful of emcee’s that knew when it was time to hit the studio and handle their business.
I break down my personal choices below, and I’m sure some of you won’t agree. I based my choices off direct “shots,” song structure, choice of beat, and much more. Now, I know there were a few indirect disses on tracks this year, but I wanted to focus on the direct disses. Love it or hate it, sound off in the comments and let me know how you feel.
Who do you think had the best diss record in 2015?
Before you cuss me out based off of the title, please hear me out. I am a life-long Philly resident, sports fan & Hip-Hop fan, I also have worked in the music industry professionally for 10+ years.
As most people in Philly know, we have some of the most passionate fans in the country. That goes for sports, music, food and culture. We are a hard-nosed, blue-collar city that takes pride in everything we do Philly related.
California artist Vada has a long history in the music industry, but it was mainly for working with major labels and on the PR side of things. Also an emcee, Vada recently took to the mic to address the state of Hip-Hop via his new single, “Peroxide.”
Vada had some interesting bars in his song regarding Tyga, Chris Brown and Gunplay. I wanted to find out what the intentions were while making the song and what he thinks about the current state of Hip-Hop.
OH, and what he would do for one night with Amber Rose 🙂