Is Wu-Tang's U-GOD Dissing 6ix9ine With New Single Art?
(AllHipHop News) Does U-GOD have an issue with New York rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine?
One could easily draw that conclusion based on the artwork for the Wu-Tang Clan group member's new single "Bit The Dust" which takes aim at today's "disposable" rappers.
The cover art features a silhouetted figured clutching a chain that resembles 6ix9ine's customized necklace and spinning diamond logo.
In the background, a rainbow-haired figure can be seen cowering on his knees in the background.
"The image portrayed on the cover artwork is no one in particular," U-God told AllHipHop.com. "It is merely a play on the song which clearly gives good advice. If you don't play by the rules you get stuck for your jewels" U-GO stated.
U-GOD also had some unflattering words for Wu-Tang Clan founder, in excerpts released from his new book "RAW: My Journey into the Wu-Tang.""Bit Da Dust" is taken from U-GOD's new solo album Venom, which will be released on March 30th.
Take a listen:https://soundcloud.com/babygrande/u-god-bit-da-dust
Tracklisting For U-GOD’s Venom:
- Exordium (Produced by ILL TAL)
- Unstoppable (Produced by Powers Pleasant)
- Epicenter f/ Raekwon, Inspectah Deck & Scotty Wotty (Produced by Green Lantern) 4. Bit Da Dust (Produced by DJ Homicide & Jose Reynoso)
- Elegance f/ Nomdiq (Produced by Green Lantern)
- Climate (Produced by Jose Reynoso)
- Venom (Produced by DJ Homicide & Jose Reynoso)
- Felon (Produced by Large Professor)
- Legacy (Produced by DJ Homicide & Jose Reynoso)
- Whole World Watchin’ (Produced by Lord Finesse, The Bossmen, K Ford & Davel McKenzie)
- XXX f/ Method Man (Produced by DJ Homicide)
- Jackpot f/ Scotty Wotty (Produced by DJ Homicide & Jose Reynoso)
- Wisdom (Produced by Jose Reynoso)