"Diss Song" is a much-needed left turn. Musically, there's a pretty incredible acoustic guitar and vocal loop, a break from the album's relentless synthesizer-led production. On the mic, Tyga finally shows a deeper side, breaking down a rap beef with a former friend from an extremely personal perspective.
There's even some sick DJ cuts at the end and a spacey beat switch at the end. Only the cheesy singing under the hook ("I ain't trying to diss you") brings this song down from sky-high heights.