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Jay-Z vs. Nas feud From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The feud between hip hop artists Nas and Jay-Z received public attention beginning in 2001 and ended in 2005. Due to the influence and success of the artists involved, it is one of the more popular recent feuds in hip hop, especially after what happened after the battle between the East Coast hip-hop and West Coast hip-hop scene. Contents [hide] 1 Foundation of rivalry 2 Direct feuding 2.1 From Blueprint to Stillmatic, "Takeover" to "Ether" 2.2 Other direct diss tracks 3 Aftermath 3.1 Fan response 3.2 Reconciliation 4 List of relevant records 5 References  Foundation of rivalry The feud between these hip hop legends is widely considered the most captivating of recent times. However, the relationship between the two rappers still remained peaceful (Jay-Z even giving a shoutout to Nas in his album liner notes), and the tension did not escalate to full-blown rivalry until after the death of The Notorious B.I.G. The position of most popular rapper in New York (also known as the King of New York) seemed vacant after the death of Biggie, and fans were eager to see who would take over. Jay-Z continued to show his respect to Nas in 1997 by referencing him on his song "Where I'm From" ("Who's the best MCs? Biggie, Jay-Z, and Nas") and by sampling Nas's voice from his song "Represent" on his own track, "Rap Game/Crack Game". That same year, Nas responded to Jay-Z on his track "We Will Survive" (released in 1999, on his album I Am…) in reference to Biggie, with "But, now competition is none, now that you're gone//And these niggas is wrong — usin' your name in vain//And they claim to be New York's king? It ain't about that", dismissing Jay-Z as a serious rival as well as attacking both his claims of superiority and his continual evoking of B.I.G.'s legacy. In this song Nas also raps about the life and memory of The Notorious B.I.G. and Tupac Shakur. Memphis Bleek perceived the reference on "Nastradamus" as a diss, and therefore dissed Nas on the lead single, "My Mind Right", for his album The Understanding, stating "And only a few fit in, your lifestyle's written/So who you supposed to be, play your position". Other tracks released before 2000 that may have been subliminal disses include Nas' "Come Get Me" and Jay-Z's "Imaginary Player".  Direct feuding  From Blueprint to Stillmatic, "Takeover" to "Ether" The tension between the pair surfaced on their next releases, as each included aggressive songs entitled "Come Get Me", and various verbal jabs were thrown during subsequent mixtape appearances. The beef bubbled over into the public eye when Jay-Z mocked Nas's Queensbridge, Queens allies Mobb Deep on stage at the Hot 97 Summer Jam hip hop festival, reciting the opening verse to "Takeover", which ended with the line, Ask Nas, he don't want it with Hov. Almost immediately, Jay-Z responded with the re-written track of "Takeover" for the The Blueprint, on which he added a verse (the song originally only addressed Prodigy of Mobb Deep), which had 32 lines (while the other verses had 16) that attacked Nas for never matching the critical success of his debut Illmatic. He rapped these lines towards Nas: "Use your - BRAAAAAAAIN! You said you been in this ten I've been in it five - smarten up Nas Four albums in ten years nigga? I could divide That's one every let's say two, two of them shits was due One was - Ehh, the other was "Illmatic" That's a one hot album every ten year average And that's so - LAAAAAAAME! Nigga switch up your flow Your shit is garbage- what, you tryna kick knowledge (fuck outa here)" This is the first direct diss track toward Nas and it contains the lyric: "you-know-who/did you-know-what/with you-know-who/But lets keep that between me and you (for now)." Later on, both Jay-Z and Nas stated that this line is in reference to Jay-Z sleeping with Carmen Bryan. The Blueprint also contains an opening track titled "The Ruler's Back". Nas responded with a greatly acclaimed track entitled "Ether" from his album Stillmatic, in which he mocked Jay-Z's early years as an aspiring young rapper (in which he supposedly idolized Nas) and accused him of being a misogynist. He also explained how Jay-Z exploited The Notorious B.I.G.'s legacy by stealing his lyrics and claiming that he is a better artist. "Ether" contains a Screwed vocal sample by Tupac Shakur from "Fuck Friendz" where he says "fuck Jay-Z" and Nas himself mocks Jay-Z's line "I will not lose" from "U Don't Know". He derisively points out that Eminem showed him up on his own album, alluding to the song "Renegade". Nas claims that "The King is back (ill) / where the crown at? (ill will)", claiming that he is the true recipient of the throne after Notorious B.I.G.  Other direct diss tracks The positive response to "Ether" created enormous interest in the rivalry throughout the hip hop community, the music media and even mainstream news outlets. Jay-Z responded to "Ether" in a radio freestyle that became known as "Supa Ugly". The first verse of the song is delivered over a sample of Nas' "Got Ur Self A...," when Jay-Z claims " I got myself a gun". In the song, Jay-Z dismisses the "Ether" track as being filled with falsehoods and questions Nas' street credibility. The beat of the song then switches up to Dr. Dre's "Bad Intentions", which Jay-Z alluded to an ongoing sexual relationship with Carmen Bryant, the mother of Nas' child. The song also alleges that Bryant also had a relationship with Allen Iverson. Jay-Z's mother heard the song on the radio and demanded Jay-Z publicly apologize to Nas and his family, to which Jay-Z obliged. In an interview with Rolling Stone, Jay-Z claimed that mentioning his relationship with Bryant was fair game when Nas implied Jay-Z was gay in "Ether". The feud
continued to simmer, and rumors of a live pay-per-view freestyle battle began to circulate but never came to fruition. After the promoters of Hot 97's Summer Jam festival refused to allow headlining Nas to hang an effigy of Jay-Z during his performance at 2002's show, he appeared on Hot 97's rival Power 105 and attacked both the music industry's control over hip hop and the rappers who he saw as submitting to it, including Jay-Z, Nelly, N.O.R.E. and Jay-Z's label mate Cam'ron: "Y'all brothers gotta start rapping about something that's real.... Rappers are slaves." This brought Cam'ron into the Jay-Z/Nas feud; Cam'ron controversially made disparaging remarks about Nas' mother. Ironically, after Cam'ron established his group Dipset in 2005, he attacked Jay-Z for stealing Notorious B.I.G.'s lyrics just as Nas did. After this incident both continued to go against one another on various tracks, the shots taken including Jay-Z criticizing Nas for his apparent hypocrisy on his The Blueprint²: The Gift & the Curse album's title track. On "Blueprint 2," Jay begins his diss against Nas in the second verse by attacking his street credibility. Jay also says that while he himself is more successful, he is more generous than Nas with his money. Jay goes on to mock Nas's spiritual persona from Stillmatic and after accusing Nas of using both this appearance and convoluted lyrics in an attempt to appear more intelligent than he is: Cause the nigga wear a kufi, it don't mean that he bright Cause you don't understand him it don't mean that he nice It just means you don't understand all the bullshit that he write Is it "Oochie Wally Wally" or is it "One Mic"? In the lines immediately after, he also accuses Nas of hypocrisy for putting out commercial/materialistic-oriented tracks and then denouncing materialism and misogyny on other songs. Jay-Z also says, "My momma can't save you this time / Niggas is history" referencing the public apology his mother made him make after "Supa Ugly" was released. However, Jay-Z raps on a verse saying that he became stronger after "Ether" Meanwhile, Nas compared himself and Jay-Z to the characters Tony Montana and Manolo respectively from the film Scarface, on his track "Last Real Nigga Alive" from his God's Son album. That track detailed how Jay-Z forced Nas into battling him by attacking him while he was caring for his dying mother. However, the feud died down somewhat toward the end of 2002.  Aftermath  Fan response Debate continues in the hip hop community about who came out on top in the feud. On December 14, 2001, "Ether" and "Supa Ugly" were pitted against each on a Hot 97 radio phone-in poll, with fans calling in to vote for the winner. Nas's "Ether" edged out Jay-Z's "Supa Ugly" 58% to 42%, although several insiders have reported that the margin of victory was actually larger. After the release of The Black Album, both Nas and Jay-Z paid tribute to each other in interviews. The rivalry also aided their careers critically and commercially. The battle was significant in that it revived the trend of using ‘beefs’ as a source for publicity and promotion for hip hop artists, which became unpopular following the tragic deaths of Tupac Shakur and Biggie, but now prevalent within the hip hop community.  Reconciliation In what can be considered a pivotal moment in hip hop history, the feud was formally ended in October 2005 at Jay-Z's I Declare War concert, where Nas made a special guest appearance and performed the hook to "Dead Presidents" and a few of his own tracks such as "NY State of Mind" and "Hate Me Now". In 2005 at another 105.1 concert Jay and Nas reunited on stage and performed a song together. In January 2006, Nas signed with at the time Jay-Z's Def Jam Recordings, further emphasizing the truce and raising expectations for a possible collaboration. Nas and Jay-Z are now business partners and they have toured, recorded and appeared on television and radio together throughout 2006. Jay-Z appeared on Nas' album Hip Hop Is Dead which was released under Nas' new partnership with Def Jam. The track is titled "Black Republican". Nas also appeared on Jay-Z's 2007 album American Gangster on a track titled "Success". Nas is also noticeable in the music video for the song "Roc Boys" from Jay-Z's latest album, American Gangster.  List of relevant records Memphis Bleek - "What You Think of That" Nas - "Nastradamus" Memphis Bleek - "My Mind Right" Nas - "Da Bridge 2001" Jay-Z - "Takeover" Nas - "Stillmatic Freestyle (H To The Omo)" Jay-Z - "The Takeover (New verse)" Nas - "Ether" Jay-Z - "Supa Ugly" Nas - "Last Real Nigga Alive" Jay-Z - "Blueprint 2" Bravehearts - "Quick To Backdown"  References ^ http://www.mtv.com/music/artist/nas/artist.jhtml#/music/artist/nas/bio.jhtml MTV.com ^ Jay-Z | Music Artist | Videos, News, Photos & Ringtones | MTV ^ a b Nas v. Jay-Z: Grade A. Beef ^
http://www.mtv.com/bands/n/nas/news_feature_012102/index3.jhtml ^ village voice > music > Kings of New York by Selwyn Seyfu Hinds ^ The remix of Jim Jones' "We Fly High" ^ http://music.yahoo.com/read/news/12055074 ^ Jay-Z And Nas Put Beef To Sleep In Onstage Show Of Unity [show]v • d • eNas Studio albums Illmatic · It Was Written · I Am… · Nastradamus · Stillmatic · God's Son · Street's Disciple · Hip Hop Is Dead · Untitled Compilations From Illmatic to Stillmatic: The Remixes · The Lost Tapes · Greatest Hits Collaborations The Firm: The Album · QB's Finest Singles "Halftime" · "It Ain't Hard to Tell" · "The World Is Yours" · "Life's a Bitch" · "One Love" · "If I Ruled the World" · "Street Dreams" · "The Message" · "Firm Biz" · "Phone Tap" · "Escobar '97" · "Nas Is Like" · "Hate Me Now" · "In Too Deep" · "Nastradamus" · "Analyze This" · "You Owe Me" · "Da Bridge 2001" · "Oochie Wally" · "Rule" · "Got Ur Self A..." · "One Mic" · "Made You Look" · "I Can" · "Get Down" · "Thief's Theme" · "Bridging the Gap" · "Just a Moment" · "Hip Hop Is Dead" · "Can't Forget About You" · "Classic" · "Less Than an Hour" · "Surviving the Times" · "Be a Nigger Too" · "Hero" · "Make the World Go Round" Other Songs "N.Y. State of Mind" · "Ether" · "Thugz Mansion" · "Where Are They Now" Related articles Discography · Bravehearts · Ill Will Records · Jay-Z vs. Nas feud · Video Anthology Vol. 1 · Olu Dara · Kelis · Belly [show]v • d • eJay-Z Studio albums Reasonable Doubt · In My Lifetime, Vol. 1 · Vol. 2... Hard Knock Life · Vol. 3… Life and Times of S. Carter · The Dynasty: Roc La Familia · The Blueprint · The Blueprint²: The Gift & the Curse · The Black Album · Kingdom Come · American Gangster · The Blueprint 3 Compilations Jay-Z: Unplugged · Chapter One: Greatest Hits · The Blueprint 2.1 · Bring It On: The Best of Jay-Z · Greatest Hits Collaborations The Best of Both Worlds · Unfinished Business · Collision Course Singles "In My Lifetime" · "Dead Presidents" · "Ain't No Nigga" · "Can't Knock the Hustle" · "Feelin' It" · "Who You Wit" · "(Always Be My) Sunshine" · "The City Is Mine" · "Hard Knock Life (Ghetto Anthem)" · "Jigga What, Jigga Who" · "Money, Cash, Hoes" · "Can I Get A..." · "It's Alright" · "Love for Free" · "Money Ain't a Thang" · "Big Pimpin'" · "Do It Again (Put Ya Hands Up)" · "Jigga My Nigga" · "Girl's Best Friend" · "I Just Wanna Love U (Give It 2 Me)" · "Guilty Until Proven Innocent" · "Change the Game" · "Izzo (H.O.V.A.)" · "Girls, Girls, Girls" · "Jigga That Nigga" · "Song Cry" · "People Talking" · "'03 Bonnie & Clyde" · "Excuse Me Miss" · "Change Clothes" · "Dirt Off Your Shoulder" · "Encore" · "What More Can I Say" · "99 Problems" · "Numb/Encore" · "Dirt off Your Shoulder/Lying from You" · "Show Me What You Got" · "Lost One" · "Minority Report"/"Beach Chair" · "Hollywood" · "30 Something" · "Blue Magic" · "Roc Boys (And the Winner Is)..." · "I Know" · "Swagga Like Us" · "Jockin' Jay-Z (Dope Boy Fresh)" Featured singles "I'll Be" · "Money Ain't a Thang" · "Heartbreaker" · "4 Da Fam" · "The Best of Me (Remix)" · "Fiesta (Remix)" · "Get Down With Me" · "Guess Who's Back" · "What We Do" · "Frontin'" · "Crazy in Love" · "Go Crazy[remix]" · "Get Throwed" · "Déjà Vu" · "Upgrade U" · "Umbrella" Related articles Discography · Roc-A-Fella Records · Jay-Z vs. Nas feud · Beyoncé Knowles · Def Jam Recordings · Songs Retrieved from "http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jay-Z_vs._Nas_feud" Categories: Hip hop rivalries | Jay-Z
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