About a week ago, Cole Bennett and Lyrical Lemonade dropped a compilation album called “All Is Yellow” which includes a song “Doomsday Part 2” by Eminem. In the song Eminem throws jabs and jokes at Benzino and namedrops his daughter Coi Leray.
In response, Benzino dropped two diss tracks. “Vulturius” and “Rap Elvis.” While the first diss track didn’t have any impact, the second one turns out to be a solid one. Even though hip-hop community thinks that “Rap Elvis” was not written by Benzino, they still think Eminem should respond.
Rapper Mickey Factz said on X: “Benzino went off on Rap Elvis…I did not have this on my bingo card. Even the comments are saying he wilden. They also saying he has a ghostwriter. Its the best I’ve ever heard Zino. I don’t know B. Lol.”
Jersey City rapper Ransom said: “Ummmm.. Benzino created an effective diss record in my opinion.” Battle rapper Real Sikh commented: “Man.…which one of y’all battle rappers ghostwrote that Benzino diss. Benzino ain’t rhyme multi’s in 20 years, and now all of a sudden he usin’ them? This is hilarious.”
Detroit rapper Lazarus said: “Benzino done got himself a ghostwriter.” and Rah Digga also weighted in: “Benzino out here RAPPIN rappin. 2024 is ill.” Battle rapper John John Da Don said: “Eminem losing to Benzino and y’all said he would dominate the battle rap world.”
Somebody on X told King Crooked that Benzino name dropped him in an Eminem diss record, on which Crook replied: “If I say something I don’t want to hear nothing because I was minding my own black business.”
Detroit rapper Icewear Vezzo, who was also namedropped in the diss song, recorded a video to respond Benzino and said: “I don’t think it makes sense that you brought me up in your diss song for the few reasons. Number one being I don’t second anything you said. And number two being, I’m never going to go against ni–a from my city for a ni–a for another city. I don’t move like that. I think you got the wrong impression of Detroit, Michigan and of who I am. I don’t work like that. Plus, I don’t disrespect or discredit who Eminem is. I’m real ni–a. What he did might never be done again. He’s top 5 lyricist dead or alive. Flat out. That s–t is not even arguable or debatable.”
Many people think that it was Cassidy who wrote the disstrack of Eminem based on the flow Benzino uses. It’s very similar to Cassidy’s. And Cass has previously expressed on many occasions that he wants to battle Eminem and maybe using Benzino for it was his best chance. Watch the video below and don’t forget to tell us your opinion in the comment sections of our social media accounts.