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?
Funk Volume is one of Hip Hop’s inspiring stories. The Los Angeles, California-based imprint has over 200 million YouTube views, over 2.6 million Facebook likes, and consistent top 10 chart placements on Billboard. The independent label has been making big moves over the last few years. Their roster is considered to be a collective of Hip Hop road warriors that consists of Hopsin, Dizzy Wright, SwizZz, DJ Hoppa and Jarren Benton.
The Funk Volume crew is consistently putting in work on the road and in the studio. In September of 2013, Funk Volume signed Kato of SMKA as an in-house producer. The Kato’s Revenge-crafter has produced for noteworthy artists like label-mates Dizzy Wright & Jarren Benton, Chamillionaire, Roscoe Dash, Kalenna (Diddy Dirty Money), Lil’ Scrappy, Dumbfoundead, Jedi Mind Tricksand Sy Ari Da Kid, among others.
The Atlanta, Georgia-based producer recently got to chop it up with MikeTrampeTV.com.