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.