Unreleased Tupac Song Disses, Nas, Jay-Z and Dr. Dre
Deceased rapper Tupac Shakur is proving that you don’t have to be alive to have beef. A previously unreleased song by the late rapper finds Shakur dissing rappers Nas, Jay-Z, Dr. Dre and Mobb Deep. The song titled ‘War Gamez,’ leaked to the Internet and features Shakur’s former group The Outlawz. On the track Shakur spits an a cappella flow, wasting no time addressing his enemies.
“How many broke down rappers got some s— to say?/ I sit and strategize in due time make them bitches pay; plus all day I puff weed til’ my eyes be red. Undercover tactics leave my enemies dead/I bust on Bad Boy, Mobb Deep and murder The Firm/When you scream ‘fake thugs’ who the fu– you mean?/Get more C.R.E.A.M. than all of y’all n—a/ f— your team.”
Shakur goes on to take a shots at rappers Jay, Nas and former friend/collaborator Dre. “Now Dre wanna’ switch sides/Tricks hide in war/Last year I shed tears but I don’t cry no more/Plus Jay-Z tried to play me/He won’t last long/Go ask King Sun how it feel to have you’re a– gone…Got shot five times, got outta’ jail on bail and sold five million/ Sold more records than all you trick motherf—ers put together. More than The Firm, more than Bad Boy, murdered Mobb Deep, more than all you bitch made n—as.”
Although he has been deceased for 10 years, Shakur remains one of the industries top-selling artists. In 2008 Forbes Magazine estimated the net worth of his estate at $15 million.