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The 50 Best Hip-Hop Diss Songs

#20. 2Pac f/ E.D.I. Mean & Young Noble "Bomb First" (1996)

Target: Bad Boy, The Notorious B.I.G., Mobb Deep, Jay-Z, Nas, Xzibit
Producer: Big D & Makaveli
Album: The Don Killuminati: The 7 Day Theory
Label: Death Row/Interscope

FIRST STRIKEBROUGHT THE HOMIES

Best Line: "I'm a Bad Boy killa/Jay-Z die too/Looking out for Mobb Deep/Nigga when I find you." (2Pac)

If you thought Pac had gotten everything off his chest and cleared his head with "Hit Em Up," then you were sadly mistaken. Just weeks before 2Pac was tragically murdered in Las Vegas, he cut "Bomb First," the intro track to his final (living) album and released under the Makaveli moniker. While "Hit Em Up" primarily focused on slandering Biggie, Bad Boy Records, and Junior Mafia, "Bomb First" took aim at the rest of the East Coast, with Nas (the alleged ring leader), Mobb Sleep, and Jay-Z (of Hawaiian Sophie fame) in his crosshairs. Complete with a fake Kevin Powell news clip at the beginning, Pac rode on his enemies for over two minutes before letting his Outlaw comrades, E.D.I Mean and Young Noble, get in some words.

Tags: jay-z, nas
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