As noted by thejasminebrand.com, through their streaming battle series entitled Verzuz, fans have watched the two musical icons host battles between T-Pain and Lil Jon, Ne-Yo and Johntá Austin, Rza vs DJ Premier and of course the big one: Teddy Riley and Babyface.
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Swizz Beatz has noted that they started the series as a way to bring people together during the coronavirus quarantine.
“Me and Tim came together and said, ‘You know what? Let’s start Verzuz on Live and give the people some entertainment, give them some hope and also educate them. Because Verzuz is an educational celebration.”
Timbaland has made it clear, however, that he and Swizz Beats don’t plan on selling out to a major network anytime soon.
“Right now we just want to keep it for the culture because it’s so organic. We don’t want to bring [major networks] in right away. We just wanna keep it where people are entertained because we live in a world where 16 million people lost jobs. We don’t wanna get into all the politics of it, we wanna keep it natural.”
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