Verzuz is a series of cards that we have been enjoying for a long time at this point. However, next week’s event will present some exciting changes. Over the past few days, there’s been speculation that the next R&B Verzuz match will feature Omarion and Mario. However, on (June 17), Verzuz confirmed the rumor. The Verzuz stage has welcomed many artists from all fields of culture that have performed at the festival. Moreover, the B2K frontman, who faces off against his veteran counterpart, will be part of “A Night of R&B” next Thursday (June 23).
This will take place live in Los Angeles, but Omarion and Mario are not the only artists who will participate.
Verzuz surprised fans by revealing that this Verzuz will include openers in addition to its main event. Watching as DJs have packed the space with the hottest classic tracks, hitmaking artists will present all of our favorite classic songs from the past with their own spins. It does appear, however, that this R&B event might have a few differences from the usual R&B parties.
Who Else Will Perform At The R&B “Verzuz”
Furthermore, the flyer says there will be a gathering of musical groups who will open for the main event. As far as it appears, Ray J and Bobby V will face Pleasure P and Sammie in their showdown. However, there is a good chance that this will be a night that will feature some of the most popular hits from the 2000s. The lineup is incredible, and many people anticipate a fantastic show.
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Fans will witness a range of talented artists perform their popular throwback hits at The R&B Verzuz, which will be a memorable event. I believe the essence of real music must be reawakened in people and should be heard.
Check out some comments below from fans regarding the Verzuz.
Can we just get to the Verzuz? I like both. Ain’t no point in debating who is winning. These two were my teen heartthrobs. Idc what they sing. They’re both fine and have good music, lol.
— Debbie 🇬🇭 (@debbi_cakes) June 18, 2022
Omarion gonna dust Mario in the #VERZUZ after the first quarter?
— Chris Williamson (@CWilliamson44) June 18, 2022
Written by Nikiya Biggs