Benzino Releases Second Eminem Diss Track "Rap Elvis", Said If He Don't Respond in 48 Hours He's Cancelled | WhatsOnRap

Benzino Releases New Eminem Diss Track "Rap Elvis," Issues 48-Hour Challenge

Rap Elvis" Diss Track Takes Aim at Eminem in Escalating Feud, Latest in Ongoing Rap Battle.
Benzino has unleashed another diss track aimed at Eminem in response to the latter's jabs on "Doomsday Pt. 2." Titled "Rap Elvis," it follows the initial diss track, "Vulturius," which was released just days ago. Despite Benzino claiming he's too old for rap, the beef intensifies with this second installment, accusing Eminem of clout chasing.
In "Rap Elvis," Benzino addresses Eminem's choice to target him, rapping:
I was minding my business, you weren't making any type of noise these days. So a choice was made, clout chase Benzino and Coi Leray.

- Benzino

He continues by critiquing Eminem's associations with artists, asserting that several left his label, including Benny The Butcher, Westside Gunn, Conway The Machine, Royce 5'9", Joe Budden, Ortiz, and others. 

However, some of the facts are inaccurate, as Benny The Butcher was never part of Shady Records, and Westside Gunn and Conway The Machine's contract simply expired.

Okay, you found 50 and you put 5 Detroit niggas / Rest in piece to the best one, the rest of them sound iffy / So let’s go down your stable, Gun left your label / Benny left your label, Con left your label, Royce left your label / Joe Budden left your label, Ortiz left your label (Damn) / Crooked I couldn’t save you, Yelawolf been out her floppin’ (nah) / And where the hell Ca$his been at though? / Only heard from Obie Trice only twice and not a word from Stat Quo / With all them false lines you pitched them / Shady records sound like less of a name and more like a description.

- Benzino

Accusing Eminem of avoiding real lyricists, Benzino points out that Eminem tends to go after pop stars instead. He highlights diss tracks from other artists like Young Zee, Milkbone, and others, claiming that Eminem never responded to real lyricists. 

Benzino also calls out Eminem for targeting various figures, including Elton John, Britney Spears, Lana Del Ray, Moby, and Nick Cannon, among others.

My ni–a Young Zee dissed you, Milkbone dissed / you, [?] dissed you, Pacewon dissed you (Okay) / Real lyricists but you ain’t go back at them did you? (Never) But you would rather battle pop stars just to get your issue / You like to pick the low hanging fruit lets get this clear / You dissed, Elton John, your mum, your ex, Britney Spears / You dissed Lana Del Ray fam, Moby, Iggy / Will Smith, Nick Cannon, Insane Clown Posse / A retired Joe Budden, when I tell a lie stop me (Stop me) / Machine Gun Kelly, that boy damn near whipped you (What) / Come on dog, how Vanilla Ice gon’ diss you?

- Benzino

Benzino Unleashes "Rap Elvis" Eminem Diss Track, Sets 48-Hour Challenge for Response:

Despite the inaccuracies in Benzino's claims, the diss track adds fuel to the ongoing rap feud. The beef between the two artists continues to intensify as they exchange verbal blows in a manner reminiscent of classic rap rivalries.

This latest installment in the Eminem-Benzino saga sheds light on the dynamics of modern rap beef, where artists leverage diss tracks as a means of asserting dominance and settling scores. As the feud unfolds, fans eagerly await Eminem's response and whether it will perpetuate or quell the tensions between the two rappers.

In the world of hip-hop, such rivalries contribute to the culture's rich history, and "Rap Elvis" serves as another chapter in the ongoing saga of rappers engaging in verbal warfare.

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