There is a great deal of nuance and skill required to write good rap music. Those you consistently find success at it are accomplishing an impressive feat. Eminem is an artist who falls into this category and he recently released a new album entitled Kamikaze. One of the things that Eminem has certainly gained a reputation for over his long career in the hip-hop music industry is his use of disses against other celebrities. Eminem’s new album is no exception and this time he has directed one of his disses directly at tv and radio personality and host of the massively popular program the Breakfast Club, none other than the outspoken Charlamagne Tha God.
The root of Eminem’s decision to diss Charlamagne Tha God in his music comes from the rapper taking issue with the hosts critical commentary on the fact that Eminem makes the use of an offensive slur in his new material. The problem is compounded by the fact that the slur is homophobic. This homophobic slur is directed at a fellow rapper as well. Charlamagne put out commentary against this lyric from Eminem and ended up on the new album as the topic of a diss.
For his part, Charlamagne Tha God doesn’t seem to legitimately be doing anything other than taking this diss in stride. The fact is that it is a pretty good sign that you yourself have made it if the notorious and famous Eminem is annoyed with you enough to take up the issue with you in the form of a diss in a hip-hop song. Generally speaking, you have to be someone of some notoriety to garner a notice from the hip-hop legend and so Charlamagne Tha God is taking his publicity anyway that he can get it. Charlamagne Tha God has never been shy about voicing his opinion publically on social issues and he isn’t about to start apologizing either. Visit This Page for additional information.
Charlamagne Tha God whose real name is Lenard Larry Mc Kelvey is an American actor, radio presenter, social media influence, television personality, and producer. In radio, he is a cohost of toe iHeartRadio program, which features hip-hop music and the breakfast club while in television he is featured in Viacom.