The 50 Greatest Dipset Songs

#43. Cam'ron f/ Jim Jones "Hate Me Now"

Year: 2002
Produced By: D-Moet, Pretty Boy, and Trackmasters
Album: Diplomats Volume 2
Label: N/A

As an outspoken and easily offended crew, Dipset has never lacked for rivals. Their run-in with the Bravehearts—the result of Nas dissing Cam's album during the Jigga/Esco drama—provided plenty of comedic moments: Jim Jones' cleanliness was called into question, and here, over the "Hate Me Now" instrumental, Cam threatened to "R. Kelly" Nas' daughter, while One-Eyed Willie introduced the brilliant concept of kufi-smacking. In the rap world, it was the equivalent of the "eureka moment" when some thirsty fuck realized we could drink cow's milk: "Wait, kufis can be...smacked?!?"

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