Cam'ron And Ma$e Debated Over DMX And 2Pac

Ma$e And Cam’ron Debated Over The Greatness Of DMX And 2Pac

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Ma$e and Cam’ron debated as they expressed their shared belief that DMX, the late rap icon, outshined the legendary 2Pac in terms of rap skills.

However, this occured in a lively discussion on Gillie Da Kid and Wallo’s Million Dollaz Worth of Game podcast.

More to this, while Ma$e and Cam’ron debated. Cam’ron who had the opportunity to collaborate and tour with DMX. Emphasized his personal experience, stating…

“Me personally? I seen DMX. I didn’t really get to see 2Pac”.

Drawing from his time on tour and in the studio with DMX. Cam’ron vividly described witnessing the impact of DMX’s music on audiences.

Furthermore, he highlighted the tangible connection he had with DMX’s journey, from the underground rap scene to becoming a multi-million-selling artist.

Although, Ma$e who also collaborated with DMX on notable tracks.

Which includes…

“24 Hrs. to Live” and “Take What’s Yours”.

Echoed Cam’ron’s sentiments.

Also, he emphasized the unparalleled energy that DMX brought to his performances, recalling how the entire arena would echo his lyrics.

In addition, Ma$e reflected on the tendency to overlook a rapper’s greatness due to personal flaws.

He also asserted that DMX possessed a unique and exceptional talent. Stating that…

“When I first heard DMX in the studio, I was like, ‘This n-gga is just different’. ‘Pac was phenomenal too, I can’t take nothing away from ‘Pac.

But DMX had more than Pac. I’ma go on the record and say he had more than ‘Pac”.

The debate sheds light on the subjective nature of evaluating musical greatness and the impact that personal experiences with artists can have on one’s perspective.

Cam’ron and Ma$e’s shared sentiment emphasizes the extraordinary influence DMX had on them personally and in the broader music landscape.

In a related note. Fellow New Yorker Memphis Bleek shared an intriguing DMX and Ma$e story from the ’90s.

He did this by highlighting the authenticity and intensity that surrounded DMX in his early days.

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