Heat Melts Cube (lost unreleased Eazy-E diss track; existence unconfirmed; 1993)

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The album's cover art.

Status: Existence Unconfirmed

Eazy-E was an American rapper based in Compton, California, and was most active from the mid to late 1980s until his untimely death from AIDS in 1995. During this time, he recorded a number of albums/EPs, both solo and with his fellow bandmates N.W.A., who broke up in 1991.

Perhaps Eazy's most notorious track he ever recorded was the track "Real Muthaphukkin G's" (Clean version known as "Real Compton City G's"), which dissed Dr. Dre, Suge Knight, and the entire Death Row record label. What's surprising is that Eazy-E never recorded an entire diss track against Ice Cube, who dissed Eazy (and the rest of N.W.A.) on "No Vaseline". It's possible this album was never released due to a reported reconciliation.

This article covers the history of the "lost diss track".


In 1991, N.W.A had finally broken up after rumors of infighting due to payment issues and creative differences. In this year, Ice Cube released his diss track, No Vaseline, on his album Death Certificate.

In 1993, after being dissed on Dr. Dre's album The Chronic, Eazy-E released his own diss track, entitled "Real Muthaphukkin G's". The entire EP it was released on, It's On Dr. Dre. The diss is considered one of the strongest in the history of hip-hop music.

What's strange is that there are no released tracks in which Eazy-E directly disses Ice Cube, which is strange given that Ice Cube during the early 1990s was quite critical of Eazy-E. It's been purported that Eazy-E decided not to release what has been reported to be an entire Ice Cube bashing EP because the two reconciled before Eazy's untimely death.

Post Eazy-E Death

In 2006, a user on the Eazy-E CPT forums said that there was supposed to be an entire EP dedicated to dissing Ice Cube, but it never was released, likely due to their reconciliation. It was said that after Eazy-E's death, Ice Cube had listened to it and left the studio in tears and that DJ Yella is still in possession of this track. It's been purported that the EP was titled Temporary Insanity, and the lead track would have been titled "Heat Melts Cube", and would've been even stronger compared to "Real Muthaphuckkin G's".[1]

In 2011, a Youtube User named Andy Phill released what was purported to be the first part of the lost song, titled "When the Ice Crumbles". It's said the second part would have had the strong diss messages towards Ice Cube, though that part wasn't part of the supposed leak.

In 2014, in an interview with HipHopDX, DJ Yella vaguely talked about the diss track, neither confirming nor denying its existence. He simply said he was in possession of an unreleased Eazy-E diss track and that he did not include it in Eazy-E's last album Str8 off tha Streetz of Muthaphukkin Compton or in Eazy-E's last EP Impact of a Legend due to its content and out of respect. But otherwise, he did not elaborate further on its contents. He did confirm that the supposed leak was fake, saying it was parts of an interview put over a homebrew beat.[2]

In 2021, in an interview with Cam Capone News, DJ Yella was asked about the diss track. This time, he delved a bit further into it. He said that they had a reggae guy make the music, that he himself contributed to the song, and that its the only unreleased Eazy-E music left. Yella said that the music and vocals had been recorded separately on different tapes (which he says he still has), but that they hadn't been mixed together for a final product since he opted not to finish it out of respect. When ask if the diss track was on Ice Cube, he neither confirmed nor denied it by simply saying that he wasn't going to say who the diss track was directed towards.[3]

Current Status

It's unlikely that the lost Eazy-E diss track will be released, likely out of respect. It's unknown whether the track might have leaked outside of DJ Yella, and where the track may exist.