DMX took us through his trials and tribulations on tracks such as”Who We Be,””Slippin’,” and The Lox classic,”Money, Power, Respect,” and much more.
Last night was just another epic Verzuz battle for the books.
Snoop kept us entertained through the night dancing between tracks such as “Who Am I (What’s My Name), “Gin and Juice,” and”2 of Amerikaz Most Wanted” featuring Tupac.
DMX kicked off the conflict with a unique prayer after Snoop offered to discuss his Raising Cane’s chicken over Kool-aid.
“Please walk with us through the bad times in addition to the good, will we be noticed and known from the suburbs to the hood,” DMX said.
“I said to myself, that is some slick [stuff] right there, and I made it my own,” DMX said.
DMX remembered running to Snoop during a visit to New York, where Snoop greeted him saying,”Yo, get at me dog.”
But things got real when DMX clarified how Snoop inspired his 1998 hit,”Get at Me Dog,” from his It’s Dark, and Hell Is Hot introduction. Itpeaked at No. 10 on Billboard’s R&B/Hip Hop airplay recurrent chart in 1998.
Rap legends Snoop Dogg and DMX had over 500,000 viewers on Instagram Live jamming to hits out of their decades-long profession, which saw them become notable fixtures in rap and hip-hop.