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Ranking the burns in ‘You’re a Mean One, Mr. Grinch’

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Ranking the burns in ‘You’re a Mean One, Mr. Grinch’
Ranking the burns in ‘You’re a Mean One, Mr. Grinch’

Throughout time, there have been some brutal diss tracks. In 2018, Pusha-T shredded Drake on “The Story of Adidon” (vital line: “You are hiding a child”). Yrs before, in 2001, Nas arrived out swinging at Jay-Z on the playful but properly savage “Ether,” which the rapper recorded in reaction to Jay-Z’s even much more tough-hitting deconstruction of Nas, dubbed “Takeover” and introduced previously that exact same yr. On “Takeover,” Jay-Z briefly turns mathematician, stepping to the chalkboard to split down Nas’ discography just before dismissing him as owning “a 1-scorching-album-every-10-year regular.” 

And that is devoid of finding into Tupac’s intensely particular, *insert gritting enamel emoji* teardown of Biggie, “Hit Em Up,” which surfaced in 1996 and can still bring about acid burns on speak to many years later on.

Even so, it is debatable that none of these music is as unrelentingly vicious as “You’re a Signify One, Mr. Grinch,” in which Dr. Seuss’ narrator directs 6 straight verses of arsenic at the compact-hearted matter of the tune (which, to be fair, is a genuine professional medical problem, most likely existing in the Grinch from delivery). 

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