In the world of hip hop "beef" isn't unusual, in fact it's customary. Some of the greatest and most historical moments in the culture and genre have been produced because of contention. Most disagreements are between two or more artists and/or producers, but from time to time artists have been in dispute with their record labels. And when rappers take to social media, or in some cases to wax, to air out label executives and record labels as a whole, things can get pretty interesting. 

Reasoning behind this kind of controversy usually stems from a lack of promotion, shelved albums, the postponing of album releases, questionable contracts and outright shady practices. From Snoop to Dogg to Young Jeezy to Angel Haze to Azealia Banks, HNHH highlights 10 rappers who've had beef with their record labels.