Hip hop’s greatest evening out is all the time filled with celeb appearances, groundbreaking performances and headlining speeches. To not point out surprises. And for the sixteenth annual celebration of the style this 12 months, Rap Metropolis ’21, hosted by Massive Tigger himself, made a return.
The one-hour section premiered Tuesday, October 5 at 8 PM ET, an hour earlier than the ceremony, as a celebration of the community’s dedication to the tradition’s previous, current and future with appearances from Jermaine Dupri, Tobe Nwigwe, Fats Joe, Jeezy, Drama and lots of extra.
Making its debut in 1989, Rap Metropolis was the preeminent hip hop sequence devoted to rap music, movies, vital cultural commentary, and interviews with probably the most highlighted stars of the second.
Govt produced and hosted by the legendary Massive Tigger, Rap Metropolis ‘21 did properly in recreating the historic platform, providing by no means earlier than seen sales space appearances, unique interviews and Rap Metropolis recollections.
“I’m excited on the alternative to revive this legendary piece of tradition! All of your favourite stars and their bars on show,” stated Massive Tigger.
With freestyle snippets from Nino Man, Younger Devyn and Younger Pooda offering vibes through the transitions, the present proved Tigger didn’t miss a step.
His first visitor, Terror Squad’s Fats Joe, stopped by to speak abouthis standard Instagram invterview sequence Massive Massive Present, which was conceptualized throughout COVID, in addition to his favourite track of all time: Biz Markie’s “Vapors”.
Follwing up a giant identify with one other massive identify, Tigger introduced in So So Def mogul Jermaine Dupri. Moreover speaking a possible Verzuz battle with P. Diddy, the Atlanta mega-producer spoke on who he thinks the hip hop heavy weights are within the gamde right now in addition to the reality to why he supposedly did not signal Latto.
With DJ Drama on the tables, it solely made sense for Tigger’s third visitor to be the Snowman, Jeezy. The enduring Georgia rapper talked about his comeup within the sport, his concern for the violence in right now’s music and who he enjoys listening to.
Final however not least, Tobe Nwigwe and his household made an apperance on the present. Nwigwe spoke to Tigger about what it is wish to steadiness the household on the highway, his upcoming clothes line and the making of his hit track, “I Want You”.