This week’s Breakdown caught the attention of thousands of rap fans across the country as HipHopDX detailed the whole Drake – Kid Cudi beef. Drake’s new singles continued to get buzz and Eminem popped up on a track for KXNG Crooked that people rushed to check out.
Drake, Kid Cudi & Rap’s Softest Generation
HipHopDX’s Justin Hunte returned with a Breakdown analyzing today’s beef culture compared to the historic feud of Nas vs. Jay Z. As Drake and Kid Cudi go back and forth on social media, concert rants and wax, has rap gone soft?
Drake’s “Two Birds, One Stone” Still Getting Attention
A week after its drop, fans are still flocking to Drake’s “Two Birds, One Stone” diss track, which we now know got some help from Kanye West. We’ve been told Yeezy strictly provided drums for the song, but it’s still intriguing to think of his contribution to the cut that slanders Kid Cudi and his G.O.O.D. Music president Pusha T.
Eminem Fans Rejoice With Verse On KXNG Crooked’s “Welcome To Planet X”
Eminem made a splash with his eight-minute “Campaign Speech” last month and now gives fans another little teaser with a verse on KXNG Crooked’s “Welcome to Planet X.” The song just dropped yesterday (November 4) and was already one of the top hits of the entire week. Stay tuned for KXNG Crooked’s Good vs. Evil album next week.
View the Top 10 for the week ending November 4 below:
- Drake, Kid Cudi & Rap’s Softest Generation (video)
- Drake Calls Pusha T A Studio Drug Dealer & Kicks A Downed Kid Cudi On “Two Birds, One Stone” (single)
- Eminem Graces KXNG Crooked’s “Welcome To Planet X” (single)
- Big Sean Addresses Kid Cudi Drama On “No More Interviews” (single)
- Future & Drake Share “Used To This” Single & Subsequent Video (single)
- Big Sean Is Here To “Bounce Back” (single)
- Kodak Black Spits “Jail House Blues” Freestyle From Behind Bars (single)
- Safaree Aims Straight For The Clubs With “Time” (single)
- Tech N9ne Explains Why Strange Music Won’t Sign Hopsin (video)
- Danny Brown, Kendrick Lamar, Ab-Soul & Earl Sweatshirt Show Up For “Really Doe”