Cam’ron & Ma$e Are Disputing The Superiority of 2PAC & DMX As Emcees

By Edem Latsu Nukafu

Rapper Cam’ron and Ma$e both hold the belief that DMX was a superior rapper to 2Pac.

X and ‘Pac were compared during a discussion on Gillie Da Kid and Wallo’s Million Dollaz Worth of Game podcast.

Cam’ron, who partnered and toured with the one-time buddy, offered his view first, uttering: “Me personally? I seen DMX. I didn’t really get to see 2Pac. I’m talking about on tour with DMX, in the studio with DMX. I actually got to see n-ggas lose their mind about DMX.

“I know n-ggas love 2Pac, but I didn’t get to see him on tour or do anything else. So for me, it’s DMX because I actually got to be a part of and see him from the tournament rapping to selling 10, 20 million or however many millions of records he sold.”

Ma$e, who also jumped on a songs with DMX  such as “24 Hrs. to Live” and “Take What’s Yours,” echoed Cam’ron’s sentiments: “I would definitely have to say DMX because when you saw the energy he poured, that DMX gave n-ggas, you could just stop one lyric that he would be saying and the whole arena would say it.

“I think a lot of times, because you learn the flaws of a n-gga, you forget how great n-ggas really were. Like DMX was one of those special, special talents.”

He counted: “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.”

Watch the discussion at the 26:10 mark below:

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