11. Young Buck f/ Ludacris & T.I. "Stomp" (2004)
Album: Straight Outta Cashville
Label: G-Unit, Interscope
Producer: DJ Paul, Juicy J
We love beef. We love subliminal disses. The only problem with beefs, and diss songs specifically, is the waiting game. One artist releases a song, then a few days or weeks later we get a response from the other one. How inefficient. Young Buck inadvertently fixed all that with "Stomp" by getting two rappers who were beefing with each other on the same song. Progress! T.I. happened to include a not-so-subtle homophone rhyme diss using Ludacris' name in his verse.
Young Buck subsequently let Ludacris hear the verse to which Ludacris recorded his own not-so-subtle homophone rhyme diss using T.I.'s name. Two rappers, two disses, one song. Historic! The Game would later replace T.I. at the request of the label for the album version, but the earlier version will forever be immortalized and remembered.
This Song Also Makes Us Want To: Stomp Out All the Haters in Our General Vicinity