2Pac's Outlawz Collaborate With Notorious B.I.G.'s Protege Lil Cease On "Bury The Hatchet"
Kayslay brings two parties together to signify an end to one of the most serious and tragic beefs in Hip Hop history.
Legendary New York deejay and radio personality DJ Kayslay has apparently united two parties that share a history within one of Hip Hop's most storied and fatal beefs. On his upcoming Rhyme Or Die compilation album, Kayslay aligned The Outlawz, proteges of 2Pac with Notorious B.I.G.'s Junior M.A.F.I.A. member Lil Cease. The song, rightfully called "Bury The Hatchet" calls an end to a feud spanning over 15 years.
The Outlawz' Noble rhymes, "A few years back, I would've ran into Cease / Bet we both would've threw down, we both would have squeezed / Headline reads / Noble and Lil Cease died over gunfire from the east and west beef." Cease says in his verse that the song is dedicated to the slain rappers' mothers, Afeni Shakur and Voletta Wallace.
Noble, along with The Outlawz, famously appeared on the 2Pac song and subsequent video "Hit 'Em Up," which was directed at Notorious B.I.G., Diddy, Mobb Deep, and Cease's group, Junior M.A.F.I.A.
The Outlawz are expected to release their final album, Perfect Timing, on the 15th anniversary of 2Pac's death this September. Rhyme Or Die is expected to release in the coming weeks.