Swizz Beatz & Timbaland discussed the possibility of having 112 and Jagged Edge on "Verzuz," but they're just waiting on Jermaine Dupri to "make that happen."
Are we about to watch quartets from Bad Boy and So So Def go hit-for-hit? These Verzuz battles have certainly been a cornerstone of entertainment during this COVID-19 pandemic. As we've been quarantined at home, Swizz Beatz and Timbaland have managed to craft a formidable business from Instagram Live. The "Stay Home" ordinances have become "Safer At Home" orders as governments worldwide are lifting their quarantine laws, but Verzuz has still managed to be the at-home concerts that hip hop and R&B fans have desperately needed.
In recent weeks we've watched Erykah Badu and Jill Scott heal our souls with a few of their noteworthy tracks yanked from their catalogs, and just this past weekend, Nelly and Ludacris had folks jamming to their award-winning songs. While many R&B fans have been waiting on Brandy and Monica to share a Verzuz session, Brandy recently revealed that Monica turned down the opportunity. So, it's time for Swizz and Timbaland to chat about who's up next, and the conversation has shifted to Bad Boy's 112 versus So So Def's Jagged Edge.
"Get 'em on the phone [Jermaine Dupri], let's make that happen," said Swizz Beatz in a video. Timbaland chimed in, "Come on now, don't play no games." Tyrese and Keyshia Cole didn't hesitate to share their enthusiasm in the comment section, but Swizz came through to update that he's still waiting for Dupri's call. Check out the clip below and swipe through to take a look at the two group's radio hits. Meanwhile, while we know these Verzuz battles are really "celebrations of music," who do you think would take the crown when it comes to Jagged Edge vs. 112?