Hip Hop Week In Review: The Game, Funkmaster Flex & Tyler, The Creator

The Game condemns Billboard’s “Top 10” rappers list while Funkmaster Flex disses Drake. More News On HipHopDX

This week, The Game took aim at Billboard over their recently published list of “The 10 Greatest Rappers of All Time.” The Compton, California native showed particular dislike over the publication’s failure to include Tupac, Ice Cube and Snoop Dogg among their selections. Elsewhere, Funkmaster Flex dissed Drake during a recent release party for Jadakiss’ new album and lastly, Tyler, The Creator criticized 50 Cent’s ability to progress musically following Get Rich or Die Tryin’.

The Game Blasts Billboard’s “Greatest Rappers Of All Time” List

Late last week, The Game took to Instagram to criticize Billboard for failing to include Tupac on their list of “The 10 Greatest Rappers of All Time.”

“y'all trippin on the order of this bullshit & bitch where the fuck 2Pac & Ice Cube ??? & I guess Lauren Hill can out rap@SnoopDogg right ?” The Game wrote under an image of Billboard’s list.

At the end of his post, The Game reeled off his own picks for the Top 10 greatest rappers of all time, which included Tupac, Ice Cube, Snoop Dogg and Jadakiss.

“#Billboard smokin crack wit that bullshit ass list !!!,” The Game wrote in a later Instagram post. “I had to correct y'all careless mistakes & service hip hop right... & understand this shit right here: DON'T YOU EVER AS LONG AS YOU WALK GOD'S GREEN EARTH MAKE A HIP HOP LIST WITHOUT 2PAC,@SNOOPDOGG OR @ICECUBE IN IT !!!!!! Fuck wrong wit you fuck ass people ?!?!?!?!? #FuckBillboardsList”

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Funkmaster Flex Disses Drake

Funkmaster Flex took a shot at Drake during the release party for Jadakiss’ new album, Top 5 Dead Or Alive last week.

While playing Meek Mill's “Dreams and Nightmares” at the event in New York, Flex cut the beat off and yelled “Fuck that Canadian nigga” to those in attendance.

The moment was caught on camera.

To read the full story, click here.

Tyler, The Creator: “50 Cent Got Stuck Trying To Make Same Album Three Times”

While responding to criticism regarding his Cherry Bomb album, Tyler, The Creator criticized 50 Cent’s ability to move forward musically following the success of his debut album, Get Rich or Die Tryin’.

“We get stuck in nostalgia,” the 24-year-old said during a recently published interview with Rolling Stone. “I wish Pharrell could make In My Mind a million times, but it makes me appreciate him so much that he's not stuck. 50 Cent was stuck, trying to make the same album three times and now look.”

To read the full story, where Tyler also offers an update regarding the current status of Odd Future, click here.

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