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DMX and Snoop Dogg’s Live Verzuz Battle On Instagram

DMX and Snoop Dogg’s Live Verzuz Battle On Instagram
DMX and Snoop Dogg’s Live Verzuz Battle On Instagram

The hip hop artists, DMX and Snoop Dogg went head-to-head in the latest Verzuz battle tonight (July 22). During the match, both men ran through their hits, praising each other and jumping on each other’s songs the entire time.

DMX said he was inspired by Snoop to write “Get at Me Dog,” and later, sang along to Nate Dogg’s hook on “Ain’t No Fun.” See a play-by-play of each round, and listen to the playlist on Tidal below.

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The Verzuz beat battle series was launched by Swizz Beatz and Timbaland. Each contestant in the battle plays a snippet of their music, and the Instagram Live audience scores each song (this continues for 20 rounds).

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The ultimate goal is to determine whose back catalog reigns supreme. Other Verzuz battles have included Boi-1da vs. Hit-Boy, Fabolous vs. Jadakiss, 8. Ludacris vs. Nelly, T-Pain vs. Lil Jon, and more.

Earlier this year, Snoop Dogg launched his wine brand (Snoop Cali Red) in collaboration with Australian brand 19 Crimes. Read Pitchfork’s Sunday Review of DMX’s It’s Dark and Hell Is Hot, and read up on “The Best and Worst of Rap This Week” on the Pitch.

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Round 1:

Dr. Dre: Deep Cover [ft. Snoop Dogg] (1992)
DMX: Intro (1998)

Round 2:

Snoop Dogg: Who Am I (What’s My Name?) (1993)
DMX: What’s My Name? (1999)

Round 3:

Snoop Dogg: Gin and Juice (1993)
DMX: Get at Me Dog (1998)

Round 4:

Dr. Dre: Nuthin’ But a G Thang [ft. Snoop Dogg] (1992)
DMX: Some X Shit (1999)

Round 5:

2Pac: 2 of Americaz Most Wanted [ft. Snoop Dogg] (1996)
DMX: Stop Being Greedy (1998)

Round 6:

C-Murder: Down for My N’s [ft. Snoop Dogg & Magic] (1999)
DMX: My Niggas (1998)

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Round 7:

Snoop Dogg: Ain’t No Fun (If the Homies Can’t Have None) [ft. Nate Dogg, Warren G, Kurupt] (1993)
Aaliyah: Come Back in One Piece [ft. DMX] (2000)

Round 8:

Snoop Dogg: Bitch Please [ft. Xzibit, Nate Dogg] (1999)
DMX: X Gon’ Give It to Ya (2003)

Round 9:

Snoop Dogg: Gz and Hustlas (1993)
DMX: Who We Be (2001)

Round 10:

Snoop Dogg: Tha Shiznit (1993)
DMX: Get It on the Floor [ft. Swizz Beatz] (2003)

Round 11:

DMX: Fuckin’ Wit’ D (1998)
Snoop Dogg: Lay Low [ft. Butch Cassidy, Tha Eastsidaz, Nate Dogg, Master P] (2000)

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Round 12:

DMX: What These Bitches Want [ft. Sisqó] (2000)
Snoop Dogg: Beautiful [ft. Pharrell, Charlie Wilson) (2002)

Round 13:

DMX: How’s It Goin’ Down? (1998)
Snoop Dogg: Pump Pump [ft. Mr. Malik] (1993)

Round 14:

DMX: It’s All Good (1998)
Dr. Dre: Bitches Ain’t Shit [ft. Snoop Dogg] (1992)

Round 15:

DMX: Slippin’ (1998)
Snoop Dogg: Murder Was the Case (1993)

Round 16:

DMX: Niggaz Done Started Something (1998)
Snoop Dogg: Doggy Dogg World [ft. Tha Dogg Pound, the Dramatics] (1993)

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Round 17:

LL Cool J: 4,3,2,1 [ft. Redman, Method Man, Canibus, DMX] (1997)
Tha Eastsidaz: I Luv It (2001)

Round 18:

The Lox: Money, Power & Respect [ft. DMX & Lil’ Kim] (1998)
50 Cent: P.I.M.P. (Remix) [ft. Snoop Dogg, Lloyd Banks, Young Buck] (2003)

Round 19:

DMX: Ruff Ryder’s Anthem (1998)
Dr Dre: Nuthin’ But a ‘G’ Thang [ft. Snoop Dogg] (1992)

Round 20:

DMX: Party Up (1999)
Snoop Dogg: Drop It Like It’s Hot [ft. Pharrell] (2004)

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Round 21:

DMX: Where the Hood At? (2003)