Grammy-winning rapper Ludacris‘ new 1.21 Gigawatts mixtape is not only allegedly taking aim at Drake and Big Sean, but former Disturbin’ Tha Peace member Shawn J is taking offense to one of the records.
According to the Field Mob rapper, Luda’s airing him out on his “Say It to My Face” record.
“I’m pretty sure for a fact he’s talking about me on ‘Say It to My Face.’ That bullsh*t. It’s crazy because I did that. This sh*t don’t hold no weight — Gotta look at it like, when you’re an artist and doing TV or whatever, I’ve been sitting at home before watching BET and seen ‘So What’ ringtone come up on Jamster commercials. And then we weren’t getting them checks,” Shawn said about Field Mob’s 2006 hit. “So it left a sour taste in my mouth. And then it had a whole thing transpire with us anyways…One minute, we were cool as f*ck. I pretty much understood that that’s how DTP rocks. They use you for whatever. When Luda ain’t got no hit songs, they godd*mn milk you for your sh*t and then move onto the next project. That’s exactly what they did. I feel like he a f*ck n*gga. That’s how I feel. I know they whole system, I’ve been around. I’ve seen how other artists got treated just like that. Some real f*ck n*gga sh*t. So I called him a b*tch, a b*tch a** n*gga.” (HHN24/7)
Shawn has also hit up Twitter to dish out his feelings on Luda and DTP.
“DTP stand fa Diss That Poocy…,” Shawn tweeted November 17th.
“@PretEProfWoman No we not. [Luda] stole from me BUT he rich?I said he was a biish fa dat.he made a song bout me cuz he need sum pub.my turn. #FAQ” (Shawn J’s Twitter)
Field Mob’s “So What” record dropped in 2006.
“So What” is the first single from Field Mob’s third album, Light Poles and Pine Trees, featuringmulti-platinum recording artist, Ciara. The entire song is rapped by Field Mob, except for the chorus and one verse, which is sung by Ciara, just like in another song in which she is a featured artist, “Like You”. The single peaked at #10 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart making it Field Mob’s first Top 10 single and Ciara’s sixth. (Wikipedia)
Luda’s “Bada Boom” record also reportedly takes aim at rappers Drake and Big Sean.
Although Luda doesn’t mention names, it is quite obvious he is addressing Drake and Big Sean. When asked about the song this morning on Shade 45’s “Sway In The Morning” radio program, Luda didn’t reveal who he was going at on the song, but did want all the listeners to know he was only defending himself. “I don’t start these things, I finish them,” Cris told Sway. Luda also addresses the controversy on “History Lesson,” another joint off his 1.21 Gigawatts: Back To the First Time mixtape. On the track, Cris plays snippets of songs from throughout the years, where MCs such as Notorious B.I.G., Method Man, Cam’ron and Q-Tip used the infamous “pause, stop” flow. (XXL Mag)
Check out Shawn J’s interview below: