Timbaland and Swizz Beatz’ Verzuz may have taken a small loss after Ashanti caught COVID-19 and had to cancel her highly anticipated battle with Keyshia Cole.
But their Verzuz series has not lost a step and the super-producers have announced the latest artists to face-off will be two of the biggest artists in All of Hip-Hop.
Timbaland just announced two giants of the Bay Area, Too Short and E-40 will go head-to-head in a Verzuz battle slated for later this month.
Too Short, who launched his career in 1983 with the album Don’t Stop Rapping, while E-40 stormed into the rap game 10 years later with his 1993 debut album Federal.
This Verzuz is battle has the potential to go on for hours.
Both artists are extremely prolific with deep catalogs of music. Between them, they have released over 40 albums. They are even part of a new supergroup together that also features Ice Cube and Snoop Dogg.
Too Short, who hails from Oakland has dropped at least 21 solo albums, while E-40, who represents Vallejo has released 26 solo albums throughout his career.
Both artists have had classic Hip-Hop singles under their belts too.
Too Short has hit singles like “Freaky Tales,” “Shake That Monkey” and his classic “Blow The Whistle,” while E-40 is known for bangers like “Sprinkle Me,” “Function” and his hyphy classic “Tell Me When To Go.”
The pair have also collaborated on several well-known classics like “Rappers Ball,” “B######” and “This My One.”
The Too Short vs. E-40 Verzuz is slated to take place on December 19th.