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Nas’ Unreleased Tupac Diss Surfaces 25 Years Later

Nas’ Unreleased Tupac Diss Surfaces 25 Years Later

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An unreleased joint from Nas called “Real N****s” has surfaced after 25 years and it includes a diss directed at the late Tupac Shakur.

The song, which appeared last month online is almost five minutes long. “From tube socks in Timbs to blue rocks and Benz/ Who got the ends, the type of n***a Tupac pretends/ To all n****s who shine, guess who got revenge/ I won’t showboat, my flow choke you.” He also rapped, “And if it don’t the .44 will smoke you, left ya seed reminiscing on ya/MCs, I’m pissing on ya/Shine because my chips are longer/These gremlins I’m sicking on ya/Shots ya dodging/While Esco could rock the whole f*ckin’ Garden/Real n****s are always gonna play this sh*t.”

“Real N****s” was reportedly featured on a 2002 compilation called ‘2520 Unduplicated Unreleased Classics, Freestyles & Beats. That same project also included a sample of a line from Nas on “The Message,” which served as the fuel to their beef after Pac took the lyrics and switched them up as a diss to him saying,  “Fake thug, no love, you get the slug, CB4 Gusto/Your luck low, I didn’t know ’til I was drunk though.”

Listen to Nas’ “Real N****s” above and let us know what you think.