A History Of The Game’s Most Ferocious Diss Songs

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Does beef sell records? Ask The Game. For over a decade, the Compton rapper has been earned a reputation as one of Hip-Hop’s most outspoken rappers and continues gaining publicity by throwing shots at foes, whether they truly deserve his fury or not. However, the difference between many other rappers and Game is that he actually disses people on wax. Without hesitation, actually.

To highlight Game’s penchant for flexing verbally, we’ve collected the key diss records from his catalog. Grab some popcorn, because this guy’s got quite a track record.

“Bleek Is”

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Target: Memphis Bleek

Back when Game rapped like Shyne and hung with JT The Bigga Figga, he went at Memphis Bleek on wax over beef that stemmed from them both having the same label name – Get Low Records. Game eventually ending up forming Black Wallstreet records, so we can safely assume he lost the battle, but still won the war.

“I Got A Mill On It”

Target: Yukmouth

As Game settled in on G-Unit, the fiery energy from their various feuds must have put a battery in his back, because he was ready and willing to go at anyone to prove he could buck. One of his first victims was Yukmouth, a member of The Luniz and veteran Bay Area boss, who Jayceon proceeded to verbally assault over his foe’s famous “I Got Five On It” beat.

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