Genre of Dutch hip-hop diss track



What is diss in rap song?

A song, especially a hip hop or rap recording intended to disparage or attack another person or group.

Who started the diss track trend?

Origin and early examples



An early example of a diss track was “You Keep Her” (1962) by Joe Tex. He wrote the song after his wife left him for soul singer James Brown, who then broke up with her and wrote Tex a letter saying he could have her back. Tex refused and ridiculed this offer in his song.

What was the first rap beef?





The rap rivalry’s origin story, however, is just as fascinating as the Twitter storms that you scroll through today. It all dates back to one of the first female rappers, Roxanne Shanté. Her first song inspired an estimated 55 “response” tracks – and a cornerstone of hip-hop history, the Roxanne Wars.

What makes a good diss track?

The first step you need to take is studying your opponent in depth. Pick out their flaws and weaknesses. See what their haters are saying about them. Find some details on them that most people won’t even know about because a diss track listener loves getting some tea.

Are diss tracks hip-hop?

“Disses”, “Battle Raps”, “Pars”; whatever you like call them, they’ve been a key part of the Hip Hop scene since it began. If ever you needed proof that opening your mouth about someone in the hip-hop community will rarely be taken lying down, just hit play on the tracks below.

What is angry rap called?





Hardcore hip hop (also hardcore rap) is a genre of hip hop music that developed through the East Coast hip hop scene in the 1980s. Pioneered by such artists as Run-DMC, Schoolly D, Boogie Down Productions and Public Enemy, it is generally characterized by anger, aggression and confrontation.

Who is the king of diss tracks?

We all know Eminem is the GOAT when it comes to diss tracks in hip hop: The Warning, Killshot, Nail In The Coffin, Doe Rae Me, etc. However, how/when did Eminem got that title?

What is hook in rap?

A hook is a musical idea, often a short riff, passage, or phrase, that is used in popular music to make a song appealing and to “catch the ear of the listener”. The term generally applies to popular music, especially rock, R&B, hip hop, dance, and pop.

Why do rappers diss?

Attempting to gain credibily through smoke and mirrors. ‘Dissing’ other people makes them seem powerful, covering themselves in hilariously OTT ‘bling’ makes them seem wealthy and successful.

Why do rappers diss?



Attempting to gain credibily through smoke and mirrors. ‘Dissing’ other people makes them seem powerful, covering themselves in hilariously OTT ‘bling’ makes them seem wealthy and successful.

What diss means?

C20: originally Black rap slang, short for disrespect.

What is the full meaning of diss?

verb. If someone disses you, they criticize you unfairly or speak to you in a way that does not show respect. [informal]

What is the biggest diss?

1/17The best diss tracks ever

  • Hit ‘Em Up – Tupac. Despite the hilarious video there’s no doubting how angry Tupac was recording this one.
  • No Vaseline – Ice Cube.
  • The Story of Adidon – Pusha T.
  • The Warning – Eminem.
  • Kick In The Door – The Notorious B.I.G.
  • Shether – Remy Ma.
  • F*** Wit’ Dre Day – Dr Dre ft Snoop Dogg.
  • Ether – Nas.

What is the hardest diss?



Here Are 53 of the Most Brutal Diss Lines in Rap History

  • 50 Cent. Song: “Back Down” Year: 2003. Target: Ja Rule, Irv Gotti, Cadillac Tah, Black Child.
  • 50 Cent. Song: “Piggy Bank” Year: 2005. Target: Jadakiss, Ja Rule, Fat Joe, Shyne, Lil’ Kim, Nas.



Who is the king of diss?

Moreover, Eminem is known as someone you do not want to receive a diss track from. No one else in hip-hop has the same ‘bully’ reputation as Eminem, therefore it’s fair to call him the king of diss tracks.