Kool Moe Dee made it clear he wasn't going to let his feud with LL Cool J fade away. Moe Dee took this rhyme battle to the next level with "Let's Go". According to Moe Dee, LL had taken the bait when he responded to his first salvo - "How Ya Like Me Now". With "Let's Go" Moe Dee had basically set the standard for which future diss songs would be judged. LL then seemed content on taking the high road for a while, but finally returned in the summer of 1990 with "To Da Break Of Dawn". Around this time L.A.-based rapper Ice T, and the energetic MC Hammer were making lots of noise in the industry. LL took notice and set aside sharp verses for them in "To Da Break Of Dawn". Another track that would go on to become a huge hit for LL - "Mama Said Knock You Out" was also released during this time. Again, LL took aim at Kool Moe Dee and possibly everyone else on his list without directly referencing them. Kool Moe Dee would follow this all up and fire the last shot with "Death Blow".