Ball Greezy & Ice Billion Berg Go Hit-For-Hit During Rare Concert

Ball Greezy and Ice Billion Berg

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Ball Greezy and Ice Billion Berg have been behind some of the hottest records to come out of the 305. For the first time ever, the veteran artists put their classics to the test in front of all their fans.

On Thursday night, March 16, the Miami natives went hit-for-hit at their joint concert in front a slew of celebrities and fans alike. Greezy and Berg took over the stage at Club Vault in Hollywood and had everyone in the audience reciting the lines to their popular songs word-for-word. Despite being promoted as a battle between both artists, the concert turned out to a celebration of their respective legacies.

During their "Miami Verses" show, Greezy kicked things off strong by performing his 2007 banger "Shone," which immediately got the crowd extremely hype. Berg followed up with "I'm Da Sh*t," but Greezy countered with his verse on the song's remix. From there, Berg unleashed fan favorites from "F**k The Other Side" to his beloved "Closer" and "On & On" freestyles. Greezy served up equally amazing radio hits and B-side bangers like Lil Duval's "Smile" and his 2022 smash "Comin Thru." After going back and forth for 10 tracks each, they closed out the show with their collaborative track "Dangerous" featuring the late Bizzle.

Trick Daddy was one of several iconic artists who were in the building to witness the epic show. While some of the best DJ's in Dade County held down the turntables, other artists like JT Money, Brisco, Grind Mode, Zoey and more also pulled up to watch the two legends take the stage.

The rare showcase occurred following the release of Ice Billion Berg's latest album Forever Live with DJ Killa K. The album features contributions from Bushy B, Lil Dred, Gank Gaank, Mirror Monk and others. Meanwhile, Ball Greezy just dropped the fourth installment of his Bae Day album series, which features Plies and Shonte. See more action from Ball Greezy and Ice Billion Berg's once-in-a-lifetime match-up below.

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