@Soloman_The_Wise "you too Brutus ?"
Shit was too lopsided Kool Moe Dee was more like an assassin. I do not even view that as a battle Busy B was verbally executed and did not continue from there in any real capacity that was a point of evolution in Hip Hop not a battle at least to me as battle at least requires the other side to swing back. All the battles I listed had both sides going at it even Eminem had pop stars going for his neck in retaliation...
The amount of talent that came from NWA, plus the legendary music that came from the beef is unparalleled.
This album began a legendary war. The song Real Niggaz took shots at Ice Cube, the one time member that quit the group. A decent song, but while they were throwing shots, Cube was preparing a fucking Nuke.
NWA - Real Niggaz:
Ice Cubes masterpiece. A album that defined westcoast music, earning Cube respect nationwide. It also produced what many call the greatest diss of all time, No Vaseline.
Ice Cube - No Vaseline:
Dre smartened up like Cube and left NWA to start Deathrow Records with Suge Knight and create quite possibly the most influential album of the past 30 years in music. Dre and his new prodigy Snoop Doggy Dogg took the first shots at his former employer Eazy-E on a diss song that almost came out of nowhere.
Dr. Dre Ft. Snoop Dogg - Dre Day [ HD Uncut Dirty…:
Eazy-E replied to Dre's disses on The Chronic with a reply still considered one of the Goats. Real Motherfucking G's was a vicious verbal assault on Dr. Dre, Snoop, and Deathrow Records.
Eazy E-Real Mother fucking G's: