The set was laid out perfectly on Saturday night (April 17) for the debut of the Mount Rushmore supergroup at Triller's Jake Paul versus Ben Askren fight.
Snoop Dogg then takes the stage with songs such as the 1993 classic Gin & Juice and 2004s Drop It Like Its Hot. As Snoop wraps up his solo set, the lights goes down and when they come back up, Ice Cube, Too $hort, E-40 and Snoop Dogg are found lounging in four regal-looking chairs. Armed with a bass-heavy Kato On The Track beat, Mount Rushmore immediately reminds their audience what makes them OGs. E-40 takes the mic first as Snoop Dogg provides some well placed ad-libs before he bursts into his verse. Short Dog comes in with an unsurprisingly raunchy 16 before shouting, Bitch! as Cube brings it home with lines such as, Its a new day/Still got the AK, a clear reference to Today Was A Good Day. HipHopDX broke the news Snoop Dogg, Too $hort, Ice Cube and E-40 had formed the supergroup last December after obtaining an exclusive clip from MC Serch featuring an interview with Short. During the quarantine, I got a call from Ice Cube and E-40, Short told Serch during a conversation for his Serch Says podcast. Over the years, probably more than the past five years, weve been doing kind of these old school concerts. It will be either Snoop Dogg or Ice Cube headlining, or it will be me, E-40, sometimes its Bone Thugs, DJ Quik. They usually call it like How The West Was Won, West Coast Kings or some shit like that and its always a big show and it always sells out. Its like 20, 30,000 people whatever the size of the arena is its sold out.