Former Remy Boyz rapper P-Dice didn’t waste much time before going at his previous click, releasing a derisive diss record only weeks after returning to the streets from jail. “No Vaseline 2” is the first track off of P-Dice’s coming mixtape, “From Remy Boyz to Wonder Boy,” slated for release through Wonder Boy Records. As is made apparent by its title, the record is a 90’s West Coast production inspired by Ice Cube’s classic attack on N.W.A.; a scenario P-Dice has likened his falling out with Fetty Wap and RGF to.
“N****s better lay low/ n****s touring, they ain’t even on the payroll/ You know what it’s called when you work for free? It’s called slavery/ tell ya men they work for me, now,” P begins, as he goes about venting on the various grievances he’s gone public to allege since being cut from the group back in January. “I ain’t smelling you n****s, the hell with you n****s/ the way that Lyor Cohen Jerry Hellered you n****s/ I’ll [sic] you n****s/ walk up and poke Fetty’s good eye, Hellen Keller the n***a,” he eventually finishes, before popping off over flashes of his boys repping in a low-rider.
Fans of the Remy Boyz may have thought they saw the last of P-Dice, if not due to his exclusion from the music, because of his arrest on attempted murder charges stemming from the accidental shooting of a 7-year old by a stray bullet. But both his life and his career looks to have taken on a second wind thanks to NASCAR mogul, Ralo Wonder, whom in wanting a piece of the Hip Hop industry, posted $250,000 to bail, then sign the rapper. Now P-Dice, who claims to have formed RGF, and credits himself with the majority of their writing, is going after Fetty, not only on wax but in the courts, with Ralo Wonder backing him in his pursuit to recoup what he says he is owed in publishing.