Who is Tupac dissing in hit em up?
On June 4, 1996, the rapper released his fiery anthem aimed at Biggie, Diddy, Lil Kim, and East Coast rap as a whole.
What song does Eminem mention Tupac and Biggie?
MTV News reports that Tupac and Biggie swap verses on the Eminem-produced song ”Running (Dying to Live),” which will be the first single from the soundtrack of ”Tupac: Resurrection,” a documentary about Shakur that’s coming out in November.
Do Tupac and Biggie have a song together?
Shakur reportedly took Smalls under his wing, showing him the ropes and sharing his knowledge with Biggie. In fact, the two even recorded a song together. In 1994, Shakur and Smalls recorded “Runnin’ From Tha Police” with rappers Stretch, Buju Banton, and Dramacydal for Shakur’s Thug Life album.
Who sing hit em up?
Tupac ShakurHit Em Up / Artist
What did Eminem think of Biggie?
Only a few rappers can enjoy similar universal acclaim of Biggie Smalls, who remains the absolute pinnacle of hip hop.
What song did Eminem produce for 2Pac?
Runnin’ (Dying to Live)
Eminem and Shakur’s posthumous partnership began with “Runnin’ (Dying to Live),” a track Eminem produced for last year’s Tupac: Resurrection film. Eminem won over Tupac’s mother, Afeni Shakur, who initially opposed the idea of him working on the track.
How many songs did Tupac and Biggie make together?
This is just what very many people know and frequently talk about but those close to the two have time and again been quoted stating that the two recorded 4 songs together and the forth one is if you count the “Party and Bullshit*t” freestyle.
Who Shot Ya or hit em?
The man behind the beat is Nashiem Myrick, one half of the Hitmen, Bad Boy Records’ inhouse production squad. Former managing editor of the source, Combat Jack, summed up the extraordinary beat: “Nashiem was such an ill producer for how he came up with the beat.