Serving as a celebration of cannabis and a very appropriate distraction, Redman and Method Man's VERZUZ honored their nearly three-decade long bond, their classic hits, and much more.
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Live from NYC, this rappers shut it down with a blend of fan favorites and some of their biggest hits. Instead of following a battle format, the two opted for a concert style run-of-show, full of surprise guests and an outfit change. Redman kicked off the festivities with his 1992 classic, "How To Roll A Blunt," and Meth followed with his hit, "What The Bloodclot," which happens to Redman's favorite song.
The partners-in-rhyme took turns between their collaborations, their solo hits and guest features. The two executed flawless breath control and performed with the same tenacity they've always had, as though aging doesn't exist when it comes to them.
Special guests included Keith Murray who performed his 4/20 friendly hit, "Get Lifted," fellow WuTang members Inspectah Deck and RZA reunited with Meth to perform "Wu-Tang Ain't Nuthing Ta F' Wit." EPMD sent fans into a frenzy with their signature hit, "So Wat Cha Sayin," and RZA even announced that him and DJ Scratch finished a new album during quarantine.
The tag team paid homage to Black Rob, and immediately, Meth honored The Notorious B.I.G. with their collab, "The What" and Redman honored the late Phife Dawg with their collab, "Nutshell Pt 2." They also paid tribute to the iconic DMX on the massive collab led by LL Cool J, "4,3,2,1." Later on, DJ Scratch dubbed Redman's "Soopaman Luva 3" as one of the greatest Hip Hop love songs as Red performed on one knee with a cape. Shoutout to Meth with the assist.
The ladies love them some Meth and while they shamelessly swooned, thankfully, he fully fed into it.
He rapped his verses from Jonell's "Round and Round (Remix)," Teyana Taylor's "Gonna Love Me (Remix)" and of course, the greatest Hip Hop/R&B duet, "I'll Be There For You/You're All I Need to Get By" with Redman hilariously attempting to tackle Mary J. Blige's part. To wrap up a night of comical banter and hardcore rap, Red and Meth performed their 1999 hit, "Da Rockwilder," alongside legendary producer, Rockwilder. Relive the epic VERZUZ below.
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