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While Simmons has written some pretty intimidating songs in his day – “God of Thunder,” “War Machine,” “Unholy” – he should take note before tweeting back at the legendary rapper: Ice Cube has recorded some pretty harsh diss tracks. (Please note, they are all NSFW.) “F— Tha Police” (1988) The Target: The L.

There are few greater feelings than walking up to the batters box to the beat of your favorite song.

Staring into the opposing pitchers soul as you prepare to put on a laser show.

Here are ten songs that Eminem fans should go back and understand are in the great tradition of his best.“Puke,” (2004)You know Eminem’s a veteran rock star because he loves including lighter-waving power ballads on each album since “Hailie’s Song.” This one’s his strongest melody since “Mockingbird,” if more groaningly yelped than ever.

His voice cracking at the end of each refrain is a wink that he knows he’s out of his depth. Don’t leave him out of your timelines while crediting Drake and Kanye with popularizing sing-rap.

His stunning performance over several games is so outstanding and fresh it seems to augur a new era in the history of this Miami franchise, and forces aging coach Tony D'Amato to reevaluate his time-tested values and strategies and begin to confront the fact that the game, as well as post-modern life may be passing him by.

Adding to the pressure on D'Amato to win at any cost is the aggressive young President/Co-owner of the team, Christina Pagniacci, now coming into her own after her father's death.Christina's driving desire to prove herself in a male dominated world is intensified by her focus on the...Early in the movie when a close-up of the Shark's schedule is shown, among the teams listed are the San Francisco Knights and the Texas Rattlesnakes.Over the past few days, a twitter feud broke out between two unlikely opponents: KISS bassist/vocalist Gene Simmons, and Ice Cube, the legendary MC and lyricist of N. Both are multi-media personalities, multimillionaires and now, they’re both Rock and Roll Hall of Famers. “F— the police comin’ straight from the underground/A young n—- got it bad ’cause I’m brown/And not the other color so police think/They have the authority to kill a minority/F— that s—, ’cause I ain’t the one/For a punk motherf—– with a badge and a gun/To be beatin’ on, and thrown in jail/We can go toe to toe in the middle of a cell!