Once again, Freddy vs. Jason. Fabolous and Jadakiss are the latest stop in the Verzuz series of films by Swizz Beatz and Timbaland. The New York veteran duo competed for thousands of Instagram live audiences on Monday night (June 29).
Since the announcement of the highly anticipated duel last week, the music between the two rap Titans has been for over 40 years, the fans’ calendars have been marked, and Timberlands has been tied up. There is no bad blood here, because the prolific MC is still a close friend, and it also releases what is underestimated Friday at Elm Street Jointly released the album in 2017.
Fab and Jada did not see it as a heavyweight game, but saw the opportunity to show the depth of their decorative record catalogs, which ranged from underground freestyle records to mainstream radio records. “This is the real purpose of Verzuz, just to celebrate your catalog,”
After the studio was delayed for nearly an hour and a half, more than 200,000 IG turnstiles participated in the fiercely competitive 20 rounds of battle, which was full of nostalgia along the way. See how billboard A Monday night matchup was made between Fab and Jada below.
Round 1: DMX expertise. LOX and Jay-Z “Blackout” A feat with Lil Wayne. Fabolous and Juelz Santana’s “You’re not angry”
Kiss stood out with Hov and DMX in his arsenal The LOX, setting a precedent for the game. Fab continues this trend by hitting back in Weezy F. Baby’s seminal film Tower Carter III, Which made him find himself trying to set the tone with the terrifying alchemist rhythm.
Round 2: LOX’s “recognition” and Cassidy’s feat. “6 minutes” by Lil Wayne & Fabolous
Jadakiss’ LOX deep cuts echoed, and Yonkers’ aborigines practiced in the fierce Preemo rhythm, something people have been waiting for. Fab’s response is not good enough, because he has been staying in the function package in cooperation with Cassidy.
Round three: Nose fight. The feat of “Made You Look (Remix)” by Jadakiss and Ludacris and Lloyd Banks. “Start It Up” by Fabolous, Kanye West, Swizz Beatz and Ryan Leslie
“Write this verse in the bathroom without a shirt,” Kiss quipped before playing. The underrated “Made You Look” mix sounds familiar, because Ludacris was also brought out in the battle against Nelly a few weeks ago. The Brooklyn native kept the development of the best game, he fought side by side with Kanye West, and in Lloyd Banks (Lloyd Banks) full of energy “let’s start” ( Start It Up).
Round 4: Jadakiss’ “By Your Side” duel. P. Diddy & Jagged Edge’s “All Deals 2 Points”
Kiss started a story in his next move, telling how he bought the “By Your Side” tempo for $7,500, but eventually charged Interscope some extra interest. Fab brought it back to 2003 Street dream Working with his Diddy and Jagged Edge, but Jada still holds his head high after the fourth round. Fab also made sure to toast the late Kobe Bryant, the first person he met in the “trade” video shoot.
Round 5: LOX’s “All For the Love” showdown. Kobe’s Imma Do It
Fabolous is a member of Jada, he will continue to go on the microphone and listen to his songs. Here, he strikes with the shocking “Imma Do It”, but this is not enough to disappoint Kiss, who chose to fire Money, power and respect Inspiring “All For the Love”.
Round 6: LOX’s “Two Chest Freestyle” vs. Fabolous’ “Keepin It Gangsta”
The 45-year-old started excavating the crates and returned with a dirty “Chest 2 Chest Freestyle” from the DJ Clue mix. Fabo knew he had few chances in this round, so he took Slum cut.
Round 7: Ruff Ryders’ World War II vs. Junior Reid’s “Don’t Play Gangsta”
“You don’t have to play every song. This is not Dance with the stars,” By then, Jia Da laughed, and Fab sang every song of him. Despite this, Kiss brought firepower to Ruff Ryders, as well as a pair of legends in Snoop Dogg and Scarface.
Round eight: Norega’s feat. The big pun, nature, Cam’Ron, Jadakiss and Styles P’s “Banning TV” and Fabolous feat. “Brooklyn” by Jay-Z and Uncle Murda
Urgently needed to respond, Fab brought a punch that he knew would be linked to the national anthem of “Brooklyn” along with the spirit of the borough. Initially, Kiss used the classic Noreaga (cut from TV) to set the tone, which led to a crowded situation.
Round 9: LOX’s “blood pressure” and Fabolous’ “young OG”
“When I recorded it, I burned my ears with headphones.” Kiss started the game with a friendly joke. It is best to remember “blood pressure” because it gives the author Karrine Steffans the Superhead nickname, but it does not reach the fluency of Fab Soul Tape 3 cut.
Round 10: Black feat. LOX’s “I Can Live” feat against Jeezy. “OJ” by Fabolous and Jadakiss
The first cross-pollination of the night was when Fab brought back songs sung with legendary legend Young Jeezy, and Jada brought back Jada. Fab tricked Kiss into arguing that whose song “Can I Live” was to calm his buzz, because Jada defended that it used to be a LOX record before participating in the business.
Round 11: Magical feat. “Ball Drop” in Montana, France against Puff Daddy. The infamous “Victory” of B.I.G. & Busta Rhymes
Turning to the second half of the game-he now appears in the first game, and Jadakis responded-Fab did not participate in any game, because the jacket took off, he directly entered the T-shirt and became the center stage. Jada completed his first late-night elbow by immersing him in the deadly pen game for the inspirational “Victory” national anthem of Puff and BIG, while he actually did it for Diddy written.
Round twelve: Mick Mill’s feat. Fabolous and Anuel AA’s “Uptown Vibes” and Sheek Louch feat. Jadakiss, “Mighty D-Block” by Styles P & J-Hood
After Jada released the song, the entire Yankee echoed, “This is block D, mighty, and powerful block D.” Fab brought more latest news from Meek’s fashionable “Uptown Vibes”, but LOX’s flagship product was too difficult for opponents to deal with in the third quarter.
Round 13: Great feat. Nate Dogg’s “Undeniable” and LOX’s “F–k You”
After consecutive losses, Fab knew he had to win here. Loso chose Tupac, represented by the late Nate Dogg, to sample “Can’t Deny It”. His impressive record was linked to more than 200,000 people in the IG audience, making him easy to win in the 13th round.
Round fourteen: feat. The-Dream’s “Thick It in bag” (remix) and Jadakiss’s “Knock Yourself Out”
After Fab’s other flatterer, Jada specifically countered Virginia. On the surface, the connection between Jadakiss and Pharrell sounds like a style contrast, but this pair of hip hop legends can easily mesh with the heavy Kiss lever on the exotic Skateboard P work.
Round 15: The fascinating feat of’Young’n’ against Ghostface Killah. Jadakis’s “Run”
Because Fab might be in the bathroom, the buzzing Jadakiss effortlessly blasted the microphone. He continued to “outrun” the score with another tenacious performance, this time with Wu-Tang solo star and New Yorker Ghostface Killah.
Round 16: The famous “You Be Killin Em” feat against Puff Daddy. The infamous B.I.G., Lil’ Kim and The Lox “It’s all about Benjamin” (remix)
When Fabolous tries to increase popularity through some of the hot topics in the record, Jadakiss will definitely answer “this is all about Benjamin” with another hay maker during the Bad Boy reunion. In IG’s comment, CharlamagneThaGod wanted to give Kiss 2 points because they both participated in the game and then jumped into this magnificent tune.
Round seventeen: feat. Ne-Yo’s “Make Me Better” feat with DJ Clue. “Back 2 Life 2001” by Jadakiss and Mary J. Blige
As D’usse continued to flow in the direction of Jada, Fab tried to fill the gap on the scoreboard with encouraging R&B dangers to improve “Make Me Better”. This single recruited a deadly combination, Ne-Yo sliding on the hook, which is unbeatable, and Timbaland was responsible for the production work.
Round 18: Fabulous feat. Mike Shorey and Lil Mo’s “Can’t Let Go” and LOX expertise. Timbaland & Eve’s “Ryder or Die, B — h”
Fab’s performance continued, and the track “Ca n’t Let You Go” which he shot with the assistance of Lil’Mo was perfect again. LOX’s “Ryde or Die, B —h” is a good choice, but it will not be cut in the 18th round. Point to Fab and make things interesting in the remaining two rounds.
Round 19: feat. Tamia’s “Into You” is a feat for Jaheim. “Dave Diamond Diamond” (Remix) by Jadakiss
At this point, the intoxicating Kiss drunken comments will only make things more interesting. When he admitted that if he did get married, he did earnestly express great praise to Fab, “Into You” will be his first dance song with his wife’s wedding song. There is no higher respect than this, because Loso got a devastating uppercut with the signature “Into You”.
Round 20: Fabulous’s “breath” and Jadakiss’ feat. “We have to do” in style P
The celebrations of both artists ended in high-profile, and won the fans’ favorite in the long-lasting “We Want to Success” and “Breathing” by Just Blaze. At this point, they may need to take Kiss home, because he will follow DJ for the final choice of the night.
The overtime round did show that there were a few bullets left in Fabolous’s room, and DJ Boof’s revolving mix included some excellent features, such as his role in Trey Songz’s playful “Say Ahh”. Fab fans raised their hands and wondered what happened in the comments.
A wider catalog: Fabulous
Fab traveled through the streets and bedrooms all night. In addition to fighting with giants like Jay-Z, Fabolous also used his R&B leaning album to cover more moderate fares. In fact, both artists put down various collaborations with Mariah Carey and Jennifer Lopez on the table.
The biggest upset: feat. T-Pain and Jermaine Dupri’s “Baby don’t go” (point to Jadakiss)
As mentioned earlier, when DJ Boof stands out in the bonus round, Fab still has a lot to do. Since the deficit in the fourth quarter was too large, fans called for From NothingJeremy (Jeremih) starred in “Don’t Go Baby”, “Baby” and “My Time”.
Best Actor: Jadakis
Jadakiss won this category. As the beverage continues to flow, Kiss of death The rapper became more interesting all night. Whether Jada cut off the middle track of DJ, stood up in his matching yellow costume, or told Fab this is not the case Dance with the stars When performing, Kiss may provide the best solo performance we have seen in Verzuz.
The biggest KO: Jadakiss
Jada surprised the audience when he broke Puffy’s “victory” in response to Fab’s “Ball Drop”. It is said that the last song is B.I.G. Since the beginning of history, the rhythm of the BK legend still sounds as daunting as twenty years later. Fab eliminated himself with “Into You”, and Jada admitted that he was a favorite on all Fabolous records and hoped to perform at the wedding.
People’s Championship: Jadakis
This is the D block, powerful and powerful D block. According to the vast majority of fans present, it was a kiss night. Some people give Jada an overwhelming advantage, but our scorecard makes the game a little tighter than you expected. Overall, this is another victory for the culture, providing sunshine in a difficult year.
Final score: Jadakiss 15-9-2