THE two rappers Eminem and Jay-Z are both Grammy Award winning artists.
Eminem, 49, and Jay-Z, 52, have been trending as of late when Jay-Z said that "no one" could compete against him in a Verzuz battle.
Why are Eminem and Jay-Z trending?
The long-time rappers have collaborated a total of four times.
The two began to trend on Twitter on December 22, 2021 just one day after Jay-Z made comments about "no one" being able to compete against him in a Verzuz battle.
XXL Magazine took to Twitter to ask followers "Who would win in a Verzuz: Jay-Z or Eminem?"
One follower replied to the question saying, "Bro Eminem would lose even in DETROIT."
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Another user tweeted, "Saucy Santana could beat Eminem in a freestyle."
The tweet has generated over 6,000 likes thus far.
Another fan claimed that both artists are still releasing good music.
"Jay-Z, Dr. Dre, Nas, Eminem, and more legendary 90s MCs are 48+ and STILL dropping heat. F**k the ageism!"
What songs have Eminem and Jay-Z done together?
The rappers have performed together a few times and have even worked on four songs together.
Their work together began in 2001 and their latest work together was in 2010.
Below are the songs Eminem and Jay-Z have worked on together:
- Renegade featuring Eminem (produced by Eminem) 2001
- 8 Miles and Runnin' by Jay-Z (produced by Eminem) 2002
- Moment of Clarity by Jay-Z (produced by Eminem) 2003
- Syllables with Jay Z, Dr. Dre, 50 Cent, Stat Quo and Ca$his (produced by Eminem) 2010
Eminem famously rapped on DJ Kay Slay’s 2003 freestyle, Eminem raps: “I’ve made beats for Jay-Z for free.”
What did Jay-Z say about a Verzuz battle?
On December 21, 2021 Jay-Z sparked conversations after speaking on Twitter Spaces saying that "no one" could compete against him.
The 52-year-old rapper, also known as Hov, sat down to discuss Alicia Keys latest album with Keys and Rob Markman.
"No one can stand on that stage with me. It’s not a chance in hell that anyone can stand on that stage with me," Hov said.
His response came after Markman asked if he ever would go against someone in the live hit battle show.
"You got to stand in front of the ‘Grammy Family Freestyle’ live? No one has ever even seen me perform that, you got to stand in front of that? That ain’t never going to happen."
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