The Madd Rapper apologizes to Hip Hop for all the blasphemy that has went on over the last few years.
Also known as D-Dot, The Madd Rapper made his debut on the 1997 mega classic Life After Death. Since that time he has been involved in a whole slew of projects including producing classic tracks like Jay Z’s Where I’m From and 50 Cent’s How To Rob.
He has featured with Eminem, Method Man, Jim Jones, Juelz Santana, Maino, Joel Ortiz, Busta Rhymes, P Diddy, to name a few.
That gives this old school hip hop veteran a good amount of credibility in a song where he takes clear shots at the current state of hip hop and more importantly at artists like Young Jeezy.
He also goes at notorious beefer Joe Budden with a comment on the beef with Method Man, insinuating that Budden was scared. He tells Budden to leave Jay Z alone as well.
Then to finish it off, The Madd Rapper makes sure that all the ladies in hip hop know that they suck and takes a few swipes at online DJ’s that release mixtapes on the net.