Benzino Strikes Back: Unleashes ‘Rap Elvis’ As Second Eminem Diss
Benzino Strikes Back: Unleashes’ Rap Elvis’ as Second Eminem Diss. In the ongoing feud between Benzino and Eminem, the former has launched his second diss track titled ‘Rap Elvis’ as a scathing response to his rival’s earlier disses. The beef between the two rap artists has been simmering for years, each taking turns releasing diss tracks to tarnish the other’s reputation. ‘Rap Elvis’ is Benzino’s latest attempt to strike back at Eminem, and it leaves no stone unturned in its fiery lyrics and relentless attack on the Detroit rapper’s skill and credibility.
Benzino Strikes Back With ‘Rap Elvis’: Second Eminem Diss Track
Benzino Strikes Back: Unleashes’ Rap Elvis’ As Second Eminem Diss.
This is not the first time Benzino and Eminem had beef. These two have been rivals for more than 20 years. According to People, Eminem released his new Doomsday Pt. 2 track, which reignited the feud.
Here is some of the lyrics aimed toward Benzino,
“What is the opposite of Benzino? A giraffe / ‘Go at his neck,’ How the f— is that? / How can I go at somethin’ he doesn’t have / Arm so short he can’t even touch his hands / When they’re above his head doin’ jumpin’ jacks,”
The Detriot rapper then went on to throw shots at Coi Leray (Benzino’s daughter),
“No More Parties.” “Guess that Coi Leray feat’s in the toilet, aye?”
Benzino’s first diss song, ‘Vulturius,’ started with gunshots, and then he went in on Eminem. Benzino has some bars because his beat and rhythmic flow were one for the books.
Who knew Benzino could spit fire like that? But Benzino hit Eminem with a one-two punch. With two diss songs allegedly targeting Eminem.
Benzino – Vulturius (Eminem Diss)
Then Benzino unleashed his second diss track, ‘Rap Elvis,’ which directly responds to Eminem’s earlier disses. The track’s relentless flow and aggressive lyrics indicate that Benzino should not be taken lightly.
Especially since Benzino is an Old ‘G’ in the rap game, needless to say, this beef has escalated into a full-out war.
Benzino – Rap Elvis (Eminem Diss Pt. 2) Jan. 31, 2024
As the feud between these two rap heavyweights escalates, ‘Rap Elvis’ amplifies the intensity and stakes of the conflict.
BenzinoUnleashes His Wrath In Two Songs: Aiming At Eminem
According to XXL Mag, Benzino talked about all alleged rappers who left Eminem’s label.
“So let’s go down your stable, Gun left your label/Benny left your label, Con left your label, Royce left your label,” Benzino continues. “Joe Budden left your label, Ortiz left your label (Damn)/Crooked I couldn’t save you, Yelawolf been out here 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 that you pitched them/Shady records sound like less of a name and more like a description (Stop it).”
As you can see, Benzino did not come to play. He left it all on the tracks, leaving no stones unturned. As we said earlier, ‘Rap Elvis’ is an unapologetic response to Eminem.
In the track, Benzino doesn’t hold back in his criticism, highlighting what he perceives as flaws in Eminem’s artistry.
To top it off, Benzino allegedly questions Eminem’s authenticity as a rapper. With lines like,
“Rock & Roll was a Black thing until Elvis came and made it different/You can’t self sustain, you too selfish wait and listen,” Benzino raps on the new track. “You keep saying my name you put yourself in this position/This what happens when the Celtics play the Pistons (Swish)/I was minding my business, you wasn’t making any type of noise these days/So a choice was made, clout chase Benzino and Coi Leray/You still in your annoying phase (Wow).”
Benzino pulls no punches in his attempt to diminish Eminem’s stature. As the diss tracks continue to fly back and forth, fans and critics eagerly await Eminem’s response to this latest release.
Whether this feud will ever end remains uncertain, but one thing is clear: Benzino is determined to protect his reputation. All while dissing Eminem, proving he still can rap like no other.
And Benzino proves that he is not one to be underestimated in the rap game. The feud between Benzino and Eminem shows no signs of cooling down.
With its relentless attack on Eminem, Benzino’s latest diss track is a testament to the intensity and passion driving this ongoing feud.
As fans analyze and dissect the lyrics, they eagerly await Eminem’s response.
Both rappers are leaving the rap world anticipating the future for these two rap heavyweights.