"I feel like it's a performance-based thing now," shared Dupri. "You can't have nobody do Big's verses."
The St. Louis rapper showed love to his city and team, especially collaborator and producer, City Spud.
Young Thug, Gunna, BIA, Lil Jon, Tobe Nwige, Baby Keem and more will also perform at the annual event.
Rapper T.I. also chimed in on the exchange, questioning New York artists' unwillingness to battle against Atlanta artists.
The singer linked up with the men behind some of your favorite R&B albums and we predict a diamond from this pressure.
"I had my pants backward, cut a hole in my baseball cap, stuck my ponytail through it—I wanted to be the third member of Kris Kross," she shared in a new interview.
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The Grammy-winning producer teamed with PETA to giveaway meatless meals.