We'd like to see these artists take their beef to the studio.
In 2015, what is beef anyways? Usually, it's a series of tweets or Instagram posts where artist A is talking smack to artist B. Occasionally, if we're really lucky, we'll hear some quality bars, like the ones Drake unleashed on Meek Mill not too long ago ("Make sure you hit 'em with the prenup!").
Back in the day, beef used to be taken a little more seriously; maybe even too seriously. If rap is a sport, then competition is a part of the game, but when bloodshed is a part of the equation, things have undoubtably gone too far. Let us make things clear, we don't want to see anyone get hurt, but we would love to see some more music pop up out of all these little feuds we hear about.
From The Game and Young Thug to Ghostface Killah and Action Bronson, there's speculated (and legitimate) beef all over the blogosphere, but rarely does it yield good music. Here are the ten diss tracks we want to hear.