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The 50 Best Hip-Hop Diss Songs

#45. Tragedy "Blood Type" (2001)

Target: Noreaga
Producer: Clue & Duro
Album: Against All Odds
Label: Gee Street/V2/BMG Records

SQUASHED

Best Line: "Taught you how to spit/Taught you how to breathe on beats/If it wasn't for me, you'd probably be on the street."

After Noreaga accused Tragedy Khadafi of stealing money CNN earned from their debut album, The War Report, Trag clapped back with "Blood Type", a "never outshine the master" record that explained if it wasn't for Trag, there would've never been a War Report, or a Noreaga for that matter. Trag went on to break down how he taught Nore how to write and record songs; not to mention lending him jewels and clothes for video and photoshoots. The truth hurts.

Tags: jay-z, nas
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