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Exclusive: Big Shug – Comin’ 4 U (Solar Diss) (Prod. by Reel Drama) CDQ

Here’s an exclusive for y’all from Big Shug. This track is aimed at that one sucka and is not going to be featured on the new album. Listen:

Big Shug – Comin’ 4 U (Solar Diss) (Prod. by Reel Drama)

rip guru!

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8 Responses to “Exclusive: Big Shug – Comin’ 4 U (Solar Diss) (Prod. by Reel Drama) CDQ”

  • Comment from Ama Hussla

    wow, this is really awful..
    like he’s so often off beat on this song, he’s tryin hard to make the words fit the line (and obviously doesn’t succeed), like he has no clue how to write..
    that’s really embarrassing for a rapper that’s been in the game for 20+ years, at this point it’s even hard to believe that he taught guru how to rap..

  • Comment from RC

    Hey Gim, I heard a rumor that Live From HeadQCourterz might be coming back soon. Wanted to see if you heard anything about that? I’d tweet DJ Premier myself but I don’t gotta twitter account.

  • Comment from Who Shot John

    Making Solar diss records just seems cheap to me at this point. I mean if something was to happen to dude then let it be. Fuck the talk.


  • Comment from krudanze

    how old is this song? shug should team up with bumpy and preem and finally remove s****.

  • Comment from Who Shot John

    Does anyone know if the winner of the B.A.P. contest was ever announced? Apologize in advance if im behind on the news…..


  • Comment from Stillwaters r.d.

    That picture was taken May ’98 in Nürberg @ Serenadenhof. Classic.
    That was the first time I met Guru, Big Shug & DJ Premier and did an Interview for my Rap Show PHAT!. U can check it out at and like us on

    R.I.P. Guru

  • Comment from Vandellish

    I agree that this is weak as fk! I’m all for the idea of dissin Solar if he was being foul but whassup with the shitty rhyme style. And that beat seems more suited for a short intro or some background music.
    What the hell has happened to so-called ‘diss’ tracks? They used to be somewhat up-tempo (‘No Vaseline’, ‘Jack Da Ripper’, ‘Hit Em Up’, etc…) but now everything is slow and sounds like an amateur coulda freestyled it. Now I love me some Big Shug but he KNOW we need DJ Premiere and him to come better than this. lol

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