Rap-A-Lot Records CEO J. Prince has recently released a “Courtesy Call” diss track toward Diddy, Suge Knight, Birdman and Lil Wayne in the defense of Canadian rapper Drake. The legendary Houston label manages the YMCMB artist ever since the beginning of his career. Diddy was called out on the diss track over a dispute between Drake and Diddy. Both individuals were fighting over the rights to Drake’s song “0 To 100/The Catchup. It was reported that the two were supposed to record the track together but Diddy sat on the song for months. Drake was tired of waiting on Diddy to record his vocals so he recorded the song without him. The two met up at LIV nightclub in Miami Beach and Diddy punched Drake in the shoulder. Birdman and Lil Wayne were targets on the track as well. The story behind the issue was that J. Prince’s son filed a lawsuit against Birdman and Lil Wayne over royalties that were owed to him. Suge Knight, who was referred to as “Suga Bear”, was also a target on the diss track. It was reported that Knight had made threats toward Drake last year. J. Prince is known as one of the most feared men of the industry. No one from Cash Money, Bad Boy or Suge Knight’s camp has responded yet.
Here is J. Prince’s Courtesy Call track