"N----s is biting the whole f---in' movement," explained a ticked off Fredro Starr. "The 'Black Rock' s---, we been rocking with that. Now I'm hearing other n----s coming out with it...I ain't sayin' no f---in' names. You know what it is man, holla at me n----, 100 mad n----s with guns n----, stop playing games with me!"
While Dash's 'Blak Roc' project was only recently announced, Onyx have been talking about their forthcoming studio album, 'Black Rock' since 2008. "Black Rock is a hybrid album -- rock influenced with hip-hop underneath it," Fredro said at the time. "It's us repping for the rebels of the world, the rebels of the street who Onyx represents. It's a where hip-hop meets the mosh pit."
Dame's collaboration with the Black Keys is scheduled for a Nov. 27 release, unless Sticky Fingaz has something to say about it. "Onyx is putting out a 'Black Rock' project, and that's it! And anybody else, tryna put putting out a black rock project, you biting!" blustered Sticky, who then proceeded to threaten to put "trademarks around your f-----' eyes" and "do to y'all n----s like the f---in' candyman, come find y'all n-----s one at a f---in' time!"
As for approaching Dame about the similarity of their projects, Onyx isn't interested in such acts of diplomacy. "It ain't about who put it out first, it's about who getting punched in they f---in' eye first," Sticky Fingaz concluded.
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