Bite Me [Feature From the March 2012 Issue]

“A fuckin’ shame, dude’s a lame, what’s his name?/Dark-skinned Jermaine, see what I mean?” —“You’re Nobody (Til Somebody Kills You)” (1996)

“Might get sparked, might not feel no pain/Might go out like dark-skinned Jermaine” —Beanie Sigel, “Die” (2000)

“Here we go, here we go, but I’m not Domino /I got the funk flow to make your drawers drop slow” —“One More Chance” (1993)

“Here we go and I’m not domino/When it all falls down, I’m like Kanye’s jaw/I might break, but I don’t fold” —Jay-Z, “American Gangster” (2007)

“And we’ll be rapping at your muthafuckin’ eulogy”— “B Side” (1995)

“Thanks to the pastor rapping at your eulogy” —Jay-Z, “Roc Boys (And the Winner Is…)” (2007)

“It’s the N-O-T-O-R-I-O-U-S/You just, lay down, slow” —“Going Back to Cali” (1997)

“Ma, I ain’t gotta tell you, but it’s ya boy Hov/From the U.S., you just lay down slow” —Jay-Z, “Beware” (2003)

“This goes out to my Brooklyn crew, representin’ on the freaky freaky/Fuck ’em all day, fuck ’em all night, we don’t love these hoes” —“Nasty Boy” (1997)

“This goes out to my Brooklyn crew, put ya guns up in the air if you feel me/Fuck ’em all day, fuck ’em all night, we don’t love these hoes” —Jay-Z, “Face Off” (1997)

“Catch me if you can like the Gingerbread Man” —“Everyday Struggle” (1994)

“Catch me if you can, I’m the Gingerbread Man” —Memphis Bleek feat. Jay-Z, “Murda Murda” (2003)

“Kick in the door, waving the four-four/All you heard was, ‘Poppa don’t hit me no more’” —“Kick in the Door” (1997)

“Kick in your doors, waving the four-four/All I heard was, ‘Jigga, I don’t want it no more’” —Memphis Bleek feat. Jay-Z, “Murda Murda” (2003)

“That’s not all, MCs have the gall/To pray and pray for my downfall” —“My Downfall” (1997)

“Niggas pray and pray on my downfall/But every time I hit the ground I bounce up like round ball” —Jay-Z, “Heart of the City” (2001)

“Big said, ‘Damn, niggas wanna stick me for my paper/And pray for my downfall,’ I understand it all” —50 Cent, “I’m Supposed to Die Tonight” (2005)

“You can pray and pray on my downfall/When I rise like the sun I ain’t fuckin’ wit y’all” —Tech N9ne, “Keep on Keepin On” (2002)

“Wild in the club, I just play the wall/My niggas pray and pray for my downfall” —Havoc, Mobb Deep, “Got It Twisted (Remix)” (2004)

“Uhh, I dream filthy/My moms and pops mixed me with Jamaican rum and whiskey/Huh, what a setup/Shoulda pushed ’em dead off, wipe the sweat off/’Cause in this world I’m dead off, squeeze lead off” —“My Downfall” (1997)

“I dream filthy/My moms and pops mixed it with the Trini rum and whiskey/Uhh, proper set-off/Six sped off, gats let off” —Foxy Brown, “Oh Yeah” (2001)

“Y’all know who killed ’em, filled ’em with the Lugers from the Rugers or their Desert” —“My Downfall” (1997)

“Y’all know who killed ’em, filled ’em with them Lugers in the Rugers and the Deserts” —50 Cent, “Who Shot Ya Freestyle” (1996)

“Nigga, you should too, if you knew/What this game’ll do to you/Been in this shit since ’92/Look at all the bullshit I been through/So-called beef with you know who/Fucked a few female stars or two” —“Notorious Thugs” (1997)

“Listen you would too, if you knew/What this game would do to you/Been in this shit two years, boo/Look at all the bullshit I been through/So-called beef with you know who (who?)” —Cam’ron, “What Means the World to You (Remix)” (2000)

“Real sick, brawl nights, I perform like Mike/Anyone: Tyson, Jordan, Jackson, Action, pack guns” —“Victory” (1997)

“Now, niggas’ career over like Mike/Anyone: Tyson, Jordan, Jackson, it’s over” —Cam’ron, Diplomats, “I Love You” (2003)

“Psycho, I’m liable to go Michael/Take your pick: Jackson, Tyson, Jordan, Game 6” —Jay-Z, “Niggas in Paris” (2011)

“Today’s agenda, got the suitcase up in the Sentra/Go to Room 112, tell them Blanco sent ya” —“Niggas Bleed” (1997)

“Today’s a new day, got the boo-lay up in the suitcase/Go uptown to Harlem, tell ’em that I sent ya” —Juelz Santana, “Dipset Anthem” (2003)

“Man, she spilt a drink on my cream Wallows” —“Nasty Boy” (1997)

“I’m tryna bag this bimbo/Mad she spilled her drink on the tan Timbos” —Jim Jones, “Baby Girl” (2005)

“Caesar drop you off when he see his P.O. /Back of my mind I hope she swallow” —“Nasty Boy” (1997)

“Yeah, and then she follows/In the back of my mind, I’m hoping she swallows” —Lil Wayne, “Suck It or Not” (2006)

“Is Brooklyn in the house? Without a doubt/I’m the rapper with clout everybody yap about” —“Gettin Money (Get Money Remix)” (1996)

“Is Compton in the house? Without a doubt/I’m the rapper with clout other niggas yap about” —The Game, “Put You on the Game” (2005)

  • stereokiller

    JAY-Z owes Ms. Wallace and Tionna and Chris some publishing.. made a career off using big lines even to start your verses??!! damn shame.

  • francis nasim

    im the truest eastside since big c-style”yaw dont got no love for doctor dre and snoop dogg?” well let it be known them we know where we at.yaw aint got no love for the west? im from philly man hang up the phone don’t be tellin nobody im here.—okay!

  • L

    I guess nas was right, how many biggies rhymes is gonna come out his fat lips

  • a

    2pac never bite a biggie verse

    • RAKIMTHEGREAT

      completely agree ‘pac never took any of biggie rhymes.and some of the rhymes posted here are not biggie’s verses case in point “slicker than your average” is not like biggie invented the dictionary.yall need stop riding on biggie dick and realise that the most bited emcee is rakim(who influenced biggie).BIGGIE IS NOTHING BUT AN OVERWEIGHT OVERRATED KOOL G RAP IMITATOR.and just because pple copy your rhymes doesn’t make u great.i mean many people copied soulja boys style does that make him great??

  • blair lowther

    has jay-z ever written his own stuff. I wonder how original any of his stuff is now. If they break his songs down and see who he took everything from I bet he ends up 5% original.

  • Watz

    real talk possibly the most bitten rapper in hip hop history, but a couple that were missed, …’ its the N-O-T-O-R-I-O-U-S u just lay down slow’ – going back to cali & its the N-O-T-O-R-I-O-U-S u just lay down slow’ – ja rule – things gone change …. then theres ….’All those rings and things you speak about Bring ‘em out, Its hard to yell when the barrels in ya mouth’ – bring em out bring em out, its hard to yell when the bar-els in your mouth – jay z – bring em out , biggie was ahead of his time and still relevant today!

  • SmokeyRebelz

    I have dreams of fuckin’ that R n’ B bitch, but I wake early and bounce with all her shit – 50 cent ‘How to rob’…?

  • BaddBro

    Biggie and Pac both Legendary and now Gone… There was and still so much more to the demise then some east coast west cost fight… SMH… Trust me, it went far beyond that and is still being covered up!

  • tumi

    Damn Jigga

  • Yogunna

    Yea Like Half Of Jay Z lyrics Are Biggie’s How much of Biggie’s rhymes is gonna come out your fat lips **Nas Voice**

  • Mr. West

    Are you kidding me? Game catches SHIT ALL DAY cuz of his clever and sometimes not so clever name drooping/shout outs, but Jay is able to call himself “The Greatest” off of biting Biggies rhymes.

    Dont get me wrong I Be bumping Jay’s shit too but C’mon Maan that just aint right.

    Also people bite BIG cuz its possible to roll with that energy, witch is money and excess.
    2Pac on the other hand is beyond the status of G.O.A.T. and meant “RIDE OR DIE” when he was yelling that shit, regardless of what people say about him being a ACTOR playing the role.

    Pac is the real blueprint to what all these current rappers want to be good movie actor, skilled rapper, thug, gangster,DON,ex-convict, victim, violence, charismatic,honest, popular, poet.