New Music: Rah Digga – ‘The Ni**a in Me’ (Tyler, the Creator Diss)

Rah Digga

Rah Digga makes a raging return on “The Ni**a in Me,” a diss record aimed at Tyler, the Creator and Washington, D.C. rapper Fat Trel. The former Flipmode Squad member lashes out at the Odd Future leader after he made some disparaging comments about her and MC Lyte on Twitter.

“Then I’m on Twitter and I found this joker,” raps Digga. “Fuck is you creating accept a whole generation of some hate hoarding, skateboarding, worshipping Satan/ Binging on drugs, somebody give me the gloves/ I don’t think they need deals, man, I think they need hugs.”

Digga explained why she decided to record the track. “I wish ‘em all the best, they just need to understand who is off limits,” she told The FADER. “MC Lyte is off limits. Rah Digga is off limits. Respect those who kept hip-hop raw so that we could still have a culture or get a first-hand lesson in a lyrical ass whoopin’.”

Did Digga go in? Listen below.

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80 Comments

  1. ahahahahaha

    man this shit is NOT good…this shit BANGS lol she came on this one

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    MinajRuling2012 Reply:

    @ahahahahaha, These old rap bitches always trying to capitalize off of rap beef! They old and lame and need publicity. Horrible.

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    AI3 Reply:

    @MinajRuling2012, i got love for nicki here but this lady on this track is a monster please dont bring her to everything she got nothing to do with this and by the way Rah just took this bitch ass creator to the school real talk

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    MinajRuling2012 Reply:

    @ahahahahaha,

    BUT you right.. she went harder than nicki ever did in any other song!

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    hot sauce Reply:

    @MinajRuling2012, Digga always went hard. Nicki calm down her music to make money. I am mad at her.

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    WWHO Reply:

    @hot sauce, LOOOOL SHE WENT IN !!!!!! He deserved it LOOL

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  2. Yeah

    dope

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  3. Al'B

    Digga went in! You don’t have to like me…but you will respect me BITCH!!!

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  4. T

    YES! She went ALLLLLLLLLLLLLLL the way in!

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    Spartenia Reply:

    @T,
    Yep. Always does.

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  5. @HOODKENaughty

    HORRIBLE.

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  6. JD

    You mad?

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  7. BIGTHINGS4LIFE

    Digga went in on him. #Icant ” you probably lost your only black fan” #Flatline K.O. true statement

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  8. josh

    this is so random and i’m so ok with it.

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    BIGTHINGS4LIFE Reply:

    @josh, Cosign

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  9. FYouAndYoMomma

    Lol, i really don’t think these new cats no what their getting their selfs into. believe it or not but she ate BOTH of them up just like Common did Drake, Ludacris did Big Sean and Drake, Ice T did Soulja Boy, and how Lil Kim did Nicki Minaj. It’s all about respect, Thats all.

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    Robert Clark Reply:

    @FYouAndYoMomma, preach!!

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    BIGTHINGS4LIFE Reply:

    @Robert Clark,

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    BIGTHINGS4LIFE Reply:

    @FYouAndYoMomma, AND THE PEOPLE SAY AMEN!!!

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    op Reply:

    @FYouAndYoMomma, lock your @ss up what did kim damage @ss did to nicki minaj,lock you @ss up respect is something you earn,you think they can randomly dis the new bloods and it,s going to slide,common was random as hell,kim was jealous looking for a stepping stone to come back in the game simple as that,yall always be talking about respect,leave them new cats let them do them,the old cats already did there thing,i understand were rah is coming from though tylar dis her first so she is defending i am cool with that.

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    Jerry Reply:

    @op, Lmaoooo YOu MAADDDDDDDDD
    “Ight you Lil Kim Clone clown, all this buffoonery the shit stops NOW, time for you to lay down, im sick of the fraud, I put hands on this bitch like a spa message, we all know your last names what got you your job, yous a put together gimmick something like a collage”. Yes Kim hurt that b*tch Nicki feelings. Common ate the f*ck outta drake too “You aint wetting nobody b*tch you Canada dry”. So again little child lets not start this old vs new rappers. B/C it aint fair. The older generation will always win. Always. More experience, more lyrics, & evolved skills. End of discussion.

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    FYouAndYoMomma Reply:

    @op, Just by you using an @ symbol in the place of a “A” shows how much of a child you are. I didn’t even read your whole comment. shit didn’t make ANY sense. take that ass back to SCHOOL!

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    From Tokyo Reply:

    @FYouAndYoMomma, But your name doesn’t show how much a child you are, right? I’m not here for the rest, but come on. >_>

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  10. TomTom

    WHOA. That. Heffa. Went. INNNNNNNNNNNNNNNN!!!!

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  11. Neutron

    Digga went auf!!!!!!!

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  12. Kyle

    Rah Digga is the truth. I loved her when she first came out and I still love her to this day. She was/still is a true lyricist. No petty bullshit, just good rhymes and respect for hip-hop culture.

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  13. Donn

    I agree. These kids showing no respect for the ppl who came before them. You got kids dying, world hunger and u wanna rap about all this dumb bullshit. But how are u helping our generation? These kids need to realize HipHop was more than just swag rap, it was a voice for the ghetto and what they have done to it is fucking awful

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    BIGTHINGS4LIFE Reply:

    @Donn, so true, they need a history listen on what real rap was used for. None of this bullshit they call music today.

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    Miles Reply:

    @Donn, they show respect to legends that they looked up to such as Jay-Z, Nas, Kanye ect.

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    JD Reply:

    @Miles, So true, they act like Rah Digga is a legend. Name me a album thats consider dope from her. NONE!

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    FYouAndYoMomma Reply:

    @JD, Harriet Thugman. Her 1st album! Digga rocked with Busta Rhymes. One of the best male rappers to date. shows you no nothing you speak of. __/

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  14. Mentamir

    Tyler, the Creator doesn’t seem to be the type to give a shit about this diss.

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    ......Because Reply:

    @Mentamir, Agreed

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  15. _iamjones

    its cool and all but what did fat trel say bout her

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  16. Miles

    Anybody who listens to Odd Future would know that none of them worship Satan. Tyler talks about drugs, but he doesn’t do any, not even weed(the rest are pot heads. including Frank). They actually have alot of songs with positive messages(listen to Radicals, Hell, Inglorious, We All Try, and Tyler’s last verse on Oldie). And they show a lot of respect to artist that came before them. the only ones they disrespect is the ones who’s music they don’t like. Tyler shows great respect to Jay Z, Kanye, Game, Missy Elliot, Pusha T, Nas ext.

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    Rap*LovesJesus Reply:

    @Miles,

    They might not worshipp but actions speak louder than words.

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    Rap*LovesJesus Reply:

    @Miles,

    Their lyrics promote bad things. U think, saying triple 6s or i have evil voices or j-e-s-u-s is gay is good positive music?

    WAKE UP

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    Rap*LovesJesus Reply:

    @Miles,

    Their lyrics promote bad things. U think, saying triple 6s or i have evil voices or j-e-s-u-s is g-a-y is good positive music?

    WAKE UP

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    Rap*LovesJesus Reply:

    @Rap*LovesJesus,

    U need to pay attention to what your favs. are saying and not blindly support everything.

    There are a lot of weak-minded people out there that go out and do that.

    Pay attention to the lyrics bc not all is art

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    Miles Reply:

    @Rap*LovesJesus, Radicals by Tyler the Creator is about kids living their dreams and not giving a f*** about what anybody tells you to do, and to do what you want with your life

    Iglorious by Tyler the Creator is about children who grow up without a father but still finding a way to succeed in life with out them

    We All Try by Frank Ocean is about not being afraid to to stand up against thing they we find wrong(for example Gay Marriage)

    Oldie(tyler’s last verse) he speaks on how he makes his music for all the kids that were made fun of growing up all because they were different. and says that being different make them special

    and “666″ is also a sybol of rebelion with is why they use it. if you want i can explain the history of why it is used as a sybol of rebelion and how it connects to their music

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    Miles Reply:

    @Rap*LovesJesus,
    Radicals by Tyler the Creator is about kids living their dreams and not giving a f*** about what anybody tells you to do, and to do what you want with your life

    Iglorious by Tyler the Creator is about children who grow up without a father but still finding a way to succeed in life with out them

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    Miles Reply:

    @Rap*LovesJesus,

    We All Try by Frank Ocean is about not being afraid to to stand up against thing they we find wrong(for example Gay Marriage)

    Oldie(tyler’s last verse) he speaks on how he makes his music for all the kids that were made fun of growing up all because they were different. and says that being different make them special

    And they use “666″ as a sign of rebelion, not for devil worshipping. If you’d like i can explain its history of why it used for rebelion and how it connects to their music

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    Miles Reply:

    @Rap*LovesJesus,
    Radicals by Tyler the Creator is about kids living their dreams and not giving a f*** about what anybody tells you to do, and to do what you want with your life

    Iglorious by Tyler the Creator is about children who grow up without a father but still finding a way to succeed in life with out them

    We All Try by Frank Ocean is about not being afraid to to stand up against thing they we find wrong(for example Gay Marriage)

    Oldie(tyler’s last verse) he speaks on how he makes his music for all the kids that were made fun of growing up all because they were different. and says that being different make them special

    the reason they say “666″ is based on the Renaissance. Before the Renaissance every artist and musicians piece of work had to do with God or Jesus or else the church wuld shun them. So people started to rebel against the churches in anyway they can and that is how art evolved. If you listen to all the songs where they say “666″ the songs are all about rebelion and not subjecting to what society wants them to be(as young black males and musicians)

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    ......Because Reply:

    @Miles, *Claps*

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    Miles Reply:

    @……Because, I kept copying and pasting because it wasn’t showing up when I hit submit… so i kept hitting submit and this is what happened

    Rap*LovesJesus Reply:

    @Miles,

    Thanks for the info.

    Ok, i understand but i as a christian cant support that and find it extremly wrong.
    U can have your opinion about god, religion etc. but dont piss on my religion and offend me.

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    From Tokyo Reply:

    @Rap*LovesJesus, YES!!!!!! Absolutely this!!!!

    righteous Reply:

    @Miles, tyler is a little RIP-OFF artist…. THE COOL KIDS FOR ONE .RAH can’t be accused of ripping OFF ANYONE.

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  17. BEDSTUYFLY

    side eye to nicki… the girls are coming back this year!

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    op Reply:

    @BEDSTUYFLY,pff so what if they are coming back,they coming back so they come back no one is stopping them.

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  18. stunna

    BOOOOOOOOOOOOOOODIED

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  19. Ice

    Damnn Digga.

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  20. Songstress

    WHOOAAAA So Digga disappeared and came back and go HARD as fuck !I’m sticking behind Digga on this one! Just goes to show you can’t go around runnin ya shit about everybody little boy! LOL

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  21. Rap*LovesJesus

    shes right

    god first

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  22. Mel

    ahaha she went innnnn

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  23. LE

    these OGs aint having that disrespect. I’m fine with that. current hip hop is wack af….

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  24. MinajRuling2012

    This is wack!! Give it up. You old rap chicks are done!

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  25. Aaron

    Love it :D

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  26. NickiStayWinnin'N

    Oh She Tryna Make A Comeback Too ? LMFAO #NEXT

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    FYouAndYoMomma Reply:

    @NickiStayWinnin’N, Shouldn’t you be promoing Nicki’s new album or some shit? -.-

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  27. hot sauce

    I always been a Rah Digga fan. I respect her even more for riding hard for a Hip-Hop’s Legend, MC LYTE.

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  28. MmmHmm

    LYRICALLY ITS GOOD, BUT I THINK IT WOLD SOUND MUCH BETTER IF IT WAS MASTERED! ITS ALL ABOUT RESPECT!

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  29. Sharp Tongue

    I’ve always rocked with Rah Digga.

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  30. jj

    tyler really wont give a rat shyt about this diss i don’t think he really even cares about hip hop as a culture but that’s cool for her and whatever

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  31. Dope

    She did kinda go in tho!

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  32. jj

    and im not the biggest fan of OF music nor do i care that much about this beef but clearly if you take their music literal your an idiot
    their entire movement is a satire of random shyt they think is funny
    they aren’t all that deep (aside from frank) just kids saying things they think are funny on a record..they don’t do coke,kill or worship the devil
    yall uptight so called hip hop heads just take everything so damn serious
    but they might still wanna watch who toes they step on…at the same time i think they like pissin folks off *shrugs

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  33. phucku

    Days like this remind me of why I fell in love with hip hop in the first place. BRAVO DIGGA!

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  34. mel

    rah digga…….. rah diggga… got damn rah digga… if anybody dont know about rah digga… seriously you dont know about RAP/HIPHOP! her and mc lyte are legends in hip hop! lyrical battle is apart of OUR culture….. and Respect is a part of our culture…. rah digga took it easy on these punks.. she didnt FULLY unleash the dragon.. and tyler and that other bama lucky she didnt. nuff said.

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  35. I

    so in a nut-shell, she called tyler a bitch…HA

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  36. Isac

    -__-

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  37. MmmHmm

    RESPECT!

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  38. Love_lost

    Yo, Digga went in on the tract. I bet Tyler and his devil worshiping self is going to learn to pick his battles. Rah Digga oviously wasn’t the one. ” See most of these rap dudes claim they so street. I don’t think I’m that rough; I think niggas too sweet.”

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  39. Love_lost

    @mel. I totally agree. I bet Tyler and his friends are going to learn to pick their battles now. They definightly picked the wrong “DUNGEON DRAGON”. “See most of these rap dudes claim they so street..I don’t think I’m that rough; I think niggas too sweet.”

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  40. righteous

    LOVE RAH DIGGA!!!

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  41. From Tokyo

    You don’t try to build your career on disrespecting other people. That foundation is, in fact, not a foundation. School is in ever in session, but some people are hard learners.

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    righteous Reply:

    @From Tokyo, Actually disrespect is healthy-HOWEVER-you’ve really got to pick the right target for the right reasons and if you don’t -IT’S ON YOU IF YOU GET SQUASHED!

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    From Tokyo Reply:

    @righteous, You lost me at “disrespect is healthy” but I’ll respect your right to have an opinion differing from mine.

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    righteous Reply:

    @From Tokyo,If you’d finished the comment you’d know fully whether you can respect it or not rather than bothering to answer a comment you say you haven’t read-JEEZ!!

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    From Tokyo Reply:

    @righteous, I read it fully, make no mistake. That which I singled out is that which I took issue with, as per my prerogative.

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  42. cletis

    these young rappers think just because they have a couple youtube views and downloads that they run shit…try to get a record deal when they with no computers and we’ll see how far they can really get

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