Top Moments From The ‘How High’ 4:20 Verzuz w/ Method Man & Redman

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Last night (April 20) kicked off the “How High 4:20” Verzuz with Method Man and Redman.

The friendly battle was a breath of fresh air after an intense week dealing with the loss of DMX/Black Rob and Derek Chauvin’s trial for the murder of George Floyd. Method Man and Redman joked and danced around as they performed their classic joints. Our own DJ Scratch was on the ones and twos! 

Take a look at the top moments: 

  • DJ Scratch killed it on the set while the rap vets, Redman and Method Man, played a fun game of hot potato. Redman performed “How to Roll a Blunt,” then Method Man rapped “What the Bloodclot.”
  • The pair took a moment to acknowledge Derek Chauvin‘s guilty verdict. Meth yelled out, “guilty,” and Red said an important message for the ex-cop, “You get what you put out there. He deserved every f–king bit.”
  • This Verzuz was filled with surprises. They brought out Keith Murray, and he performed “Get Lifted.” Then Meth called his Wu-Tang clan to the stage, Deck and RZA performed “Wu-Tang Ain’t Nuthin to F– With.” RZA announced he and DJ Scratch finished a new album during quarantine, and it’s on the way.
  • The night wouldn’t be complete without the legends paying homage to the icons we lost this month, DMX and Black Rob. They also showed love to the late Phife Dawg, and Redman performed their collaboration “Nutshell Pt 2.”

  • The duo showed love to the ladies. Redman performed “Soopaman Loova 3. They shouted out our own Funk Flex. Method man rapped his verses on Jonell’s “Round and Round (Remix)” and Teyana Taylor’s “Gonna Love Me (Remix).” He also performed his 90’s classic banger, “I’ll Be There For You/You’re All I Need to Get By,” with Mary J. Blige.
  • Method Man brought out another surprise guest, DJ Kool joined in to perform “Let Me Clear My Throat” and Redman’s “Let’s Get Dirty.” Then EPMD came out and performed “So Wat Cha Sayin’” and “Head Banger.” Then the duo invited legendary producer Rockwilder for their last song, “Da Rockwilder,” off their 1999 album Blackout!

Let us know which moment was your favorite!