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B.o.B. Burns Odd Future on 'No Future'

, according to Billboard.

B.o.B. has just dropped his hot new diss track "No Future," in which he's quite adamant about standing his ground as an established rapper.

"Body blow, upper cut, I do more than bruise ya / Keep f*ckin' with me, you ain't gon' have no future," B.o.B. sings about the fast rising L.A. hip-hop crew. Boom, roasted!

Bobby Ray brings up his disgust with Odd Future, the rap scene's newbies, by calling them "beginners." He spends most of the time narcissisticlly rapping about himself, which led Tyler the Creator to not even take the track as a diss. Tyler even called it "tight" via Twitter.

"No Future" is likely to be a response to a line in "Yonkers" by Odd Future's frontman Tyler the Creator. In "Yonkers," Tyler refers to Hayley Williams and B.o.B.'s collaborative hit "Airplanes" during a rant about disses. "I'll crash that f*ckin' airplane that that faggot n**** Bob is in / And stab Bruno Mars in his God damn esophagus / And won't stop until the cops come in."

I'd say it's harsh, but that's the rap world for ya.

If Tyler the Creator was more impressed with B.o.B.'s track "No Future" than he was offended, will we end up hearing a response diss track from Tyler the Creator and Odd Future? Only time will tell, but if we do, you can bet it might be excitingly vicious.

Check out the track "No Future" and soak in the awesomeness.

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Lenni Rosenblum