On the heels of a Funkmaster Flex rant dissing Jay Z and his website Life + Times, Dipset rappers Cam’ron and Jim Jones released a new freestyle through the deejay that also takes aim at the iconic emcee.

Rapping over Puff Daddy’s “Victory” instrumental, Cam and Jim Jones each drop a verse with subliminal shots for Jay Z. While the track features one half of Dipset, it’s unclear if the song is slated to appear on the group’s planned reunion mixtape.

“Killer 40th / Been there since a shorty,” Cam raps first, “Got the 40 cal, uh huh, my 40-40 / Don’t make an ass out of yourself by assuming / Our music keeps you moving / What is you doing?”

Later on, Cam takes a harder line at Jay and uses a sample of a Beyonce vocal clip to make sure it’s clear who he’s talking about.

“Having money that don’t make you a real one,” he spits, “You stepped on the court you gon’ play my game / Just take shorty’s advice and say my name.”

Shortly after, Cam also makes reference to siding with Dame Dash. “I’m with Dame man / You overdid it homes / You shouldn’t be alone / I’m from the danger-zone.”

Listen to the full track below:

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